Waves of Insight: Poems of Downeast Maine (as I see it!)
Twenty years in Downeast Maine has inspired Jann to write poems about the beautiful scenery, animals, sights, and sounds in local towns. Nature provided her with the inspirations to see places through the eyes of a poet.
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Amid Autumn beauty beneath birch bird feeder birds blanket blooms blossoms Blue Hill bowed branches breeze bright bring Bucksport catch chill chipmunk climb coast cold colors cool air couldn’t covered bridge crisp Dandelion dark dawn day’s deep door earth eyes fading Fall fill flowers garden gently Gladiolus glows God’s gold gone granite grass green ground grow gulls haze he’s heart height Jann Mattson land lawn leaves ledges light limbs look looms o’er man’s mill mind morning mountains moving neath night overhead Penobscot Bay pine quiet rain Red Squirrel ride rocks scene season seaweed seems shore sight silent skies sleep snow songs sounds space squirrel stand stars stay steeple Summer’s sweet tall There’s thought tide tomorrow toss town trees walk warm warmth watch water’s Waves of Insight Weeping Willow wind Winter’s woods you’re You’ve