Ice Storm — A Short Poem By Elaine Wilburt

Ice covered branch in sunlight from pixabay.

Photo By Stux



after the ice storm
broken limbs dam the roads —
the weight of silence



Wife of 26 years, mother of five, Elaine Wilburt’s poems have appeared in The Cresset, Little Patuxent Review, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, and The Avenue, among others; photo haiku and haiga, in Wales Haiku Journal, Akitsu Quarterly, and Failed Haiku; devotionals, in The Word in Season. She received a 2019 Creatrix Haiku Award. Forthcoming poetry and fiction will appear in Heart of Flesh and Edify Fiction. 

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