Pamela A. MacBean
An Interlude So Brief
Sunset brings a day to a close
folding it's petals like a red rose.
Starlight gauzy drapes nightfall
softly in a silvery shawl.
Life's cares can be trimmed in goldleaf
if you breathe in
an interlude so brief.
Pam is currently battling metastatic breast cancer and is doing remarkably well. Some of her poetry is shared on Poetry For Thought and AllPoetry.com. She has been published in many online and print journals, and has had two chapbooks published, Postscripts in Time and A Dalton View. In the Great Northwoods, a collection of poetry was published by Publish America. She lives in New Hampshire.