Thimbleberries

Late July, given heavy rain and sun,

I’ll follow the path to view Gull’s Rock.

With sun directly overhead I venture on,

thimbleberries tempt me off the trail.

The flavor of summer—

tart, yet sweet they are fireworks,

popsicles, picnics, parades

and remind me that

this season ends too quickly.

I savor each tiny fullness.

Published by dh-johnston.com

I am a former educator, writing in central Wisconsin. When not writing or encouraging students to write, I enjoy lighthouses on the Great Lakes, family campouts, and walking our dog. I am a member of SCBWI. I have a masters degree in education and have been published in The Mailbox MagazineThe Education Center®, The Mailbox®,The Idea Magazine for Teachers®.

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