The Cardinals



During that winter,
we watched the cardinals
dart through the woods
and ice-laden
We spread sun-flower seeds
over the snow
on the terrace,
and then watched
from the kitchen window.

In the spring you died.

Long years have passed,
And still today —
I would give all beauty
back to nature
if I could see,
once more,
your red coat
in the distance,
bending over
the first crocuses
of spring.

Author: Virginia Wagner Galfo

These are scary times. Prepare yourself to take a stand for what is right. God damn it, just be kind!

3 thoughts on “The Cardinals”

    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Steve. The poem is about my grandmother. Even after 32 years, her passing cuts me to the heart.

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