Autumn on Pender The blueberry bushes have turned a deep red, The maples, a golden hue, And rays from the sun cast their warm, mellow light, On the sparkle of morning dew. The roadside resembles a rich fall bouquet, A feast for the travelling eye, And my heart vibrates to the thrill of the morn, As I go meandering by.
Like a well loved song, the cadence of words in rhyme find their way into the heart, invoking feelings and emotions. Whether the poem is about nature, about joy or despair, about relationships or personal revelations, Heartdates II provides a link that connects us all.
Author Ina Timmer, continues to captivate us with verses that contain the essence of our feelings. She lays bare her own weaknesses and strengths, making it easy to identify with the stories told within her poetry.