Poem: Uncertain Air

Uncertain Air

You walk.
You look up.
Sky. Wires. On a good day, a few birds.
Wind in your hair,
the uncertain27 air of late September,
cold, warm, cold again, always on the edge
of something else.

About this poem

I think of this time of year as the uncertain time. A day ago there was a hard frost. They are predicting 80F (27C for those of you in the rest of the world.). Constant change.

Constant change. It is wearying sometimes. And exciting. And both.


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