Heat and Harvest: Poetry by Jennifer Mills Kerr

sunlight burns these hills
colored and scented
like straw--
like the wheat fields
of Provence, the land of
Van Gogh

inside his paintings,
chiseled wind and sky-- 
and below, 
earth-soaked yellows
tarnished as your
mother’s wedding ring
heat and harvest in a
band of gold

open your hands
Jennifer Mills Kerr

Jennifer Mills Kerr's short fiction, memoir, and poetry have been published in The Dickens Literary Review, Flashquake, and First Leaves Journal, among others. An East Coast native, she is a lover of mild winters, anything Jane Austen, and the raucous coastline of Northern California. You can read more of her creative work at www.JenniferMillsKerr.us.

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