Sterling November

Sterling November short poem

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Sterling November and I can feel the winds of change
Now in the shadow of the moons’ bright light
Well we may not have it all together but together we
Have it all, somehow that gives me hope
Wagon half empty, wagon half full well it’s all in how
You look at it and this season of giving nothing is taken
For granted, feast or famine it’s all good although this
Year the barn is a lost cause I must say God has been
Benevolent today
I close my eyes and bow my head in prayer arms full
Of firewood in the cold frozen air and that gives me
Faith over fear tonight my heart is aware
In the shadow of the moons’ bright, bright light now we
May not have it all together but together we have it all
Somehow and gives me the hope to cope as I gather
The last little bit of The Autumn Harvest…

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Bo Lanier is from Chattanooga, Tennessee and has become an established poet with five books to his credit that were published in Canada. He received several achievement awards in creative writing through and has recently published two eBooks and one paperback book through After a nine year hiatus, Bo returned to publishing his poems with a new outlook and fresh ideas. His other talents include singing and songwriting.
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