#PoemADay – Day 13
Piedmont Park Sunday afternoon
at the Arts Festival
wandering wondering in curiosity
tall people with long hair in ponytails
throw Frisbees – I want to too
sitting in Her lap seeing plays
dozing into daydreams
standing on sawdust
looking at big boards above my head
He points at some pictures
and says they are his
I know; I saw him paint them
She carries Diane
and we go to the children’s section
and climb upon huge horses
that go up and down
and around and around
but not in time with the music
walking watching puppet shows
finger-paintings held to strings
by clothespins, but I can’t wear them
Juliet L. Easton
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