Bear Seasons

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Bear by Susan Seddon Boulet

Posted for Poets United Poetry Pantry
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Bear Seasons

Bear sleeps through winter
dreaming of questions
only summer may answer.
All those answers
she feeds on in full
summer light:

fresh berries in brambles;
moist slugs under
overturned stones;
sweet honey hanging in combs

will nurture the questions
of next winter’s night.

Elizabeth Crawford

*The bear is a symbol for Introspection

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11 Responses to Bear Seasons

  1. wyndolynne says:

    Love this! It was like a dance rendered in words.

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  2. I love way she lives for the summer preparing for winter… such a great existence (and my name means bear so it’s perfect)

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  3. How i love that she is dreaming of questions only summer may answer. Wonderful!

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  4. sanaarizvi says:

    This is absolutely lovely! ❤️ I love the idea of “questions only summer may answer.” 🙂

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  5. Mary says:

    I love the way this poem goes full circle with its questions!

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  6. i wonder what bears dream about all winter…bkm

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  7. oldegg says:

    Can you imagine how hungry they are when they awake? Best not to say Hi! at that time.

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  8. thotpurge says:

    questions only summer may answer… I like that!

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  9. J Cosmo Newbery says:

    Really enjoyed this; especially dreaming of questions only summer may answer.

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  10. annell4 says:

    I love your bear dreams!!

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  11. Beautiful image and beautiful poem.

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