Dandelion










Dandelion

 

I stumble upon the enormous

In the tiny, tiny, tiny

A tender seed flowing in the breezy winds

Planted aptly as it settles

Like unto a humble kind deed of faith

A candle of light shedding

Pointing to the glory of it all

A dandelion has taken root

Between the cracks

Of the abandoned concrete sidewalk

A reminder in the dead oblivion
 
Of the vitality of life



John Kaniecki




John Kaniecki is a poet and author residing in Montclair, New Jersey with Sylvia his wife of over twelve years. He presently has nine books out five of which are poetry. His poems have appeared in over ninety outlets including Struggle Magazine, Black Magnolias, Dissident Voice, Shalla Magazine, and others.

 

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