Geralidine Quietlake Remington

Bad Road Kill Day; However

Sandhill Crane

Dead commas on the yellow line
Of the short drive home

I try unsuccessfully
Not to look

Entering through the patio
I am greeted by the morning glories

Profound Star of Yelta
Shining Heavenly Blue
And a lusus naturae
Glowing white trumpet
Purple flames within
Down to the throat



Geraldine Quietlake Remington has always considered herself a religious poet – attempting to capture the moments that have the most profound impact on the human soul.  She is “an ecstatic,” one who stands outside the common experience of life.  Her work has been published in several literary journals. Geralidine lives in Florida in the U.S.