POETS' CORNER: FEELA'S SPIN ON VALENTINE'S DAY

Editor’s Note: David Feela is a Colorado poet who resides in Arriola, Colorado, a small rural community north of Cortez. Recently retired from a 27-year teaching gig, David was a former “Colorado Voice” for the Denver Post. He worked for over a decade as a contributing editor and columnist at Inside/Outside Southwest magazine and now contributes occasional pieces to High Country News and writes a monthly piece for the Four Corners Free Press. David’s words have appeared in hundreds of regional and national publications. His first full-length book of poetry, The Home Atlas, is now available.

Sweet William’s Garden

I’m a Gladiola
she’s a Begonia
Aster to Forget-me-not
and Marigold me,
make a Baby’s Breath
and be a Poppy
for all me Daisies.

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