by Melinda Hoehn

queen anne's lace
by elizabeth perdomo

a wild queen of dirt roads & deserted places

with blossoms which crown the summer
& dust kitchen tablecloths with pollen bouquets

queen anne's lace tats the roadsides creamy white

looking delicate as a lineaged lady

it grows deep rooted
strong as a woman

Poem "Queen Anne's Lace" 1976 Elizabeth Perdomo. Used with Permission.
Concept, graphics and html authoring 2000 Melinda Hoehn.

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