Poems on Making a Difference

Poet Kellie Elmore

Funeral for Revelations Sun

Gray mist rains on the mourning,
smothering earths ember
as she is laid to rest.
Trumpets sound,
a lonesome hymn
across rolling hills
and swallowed valleys.
In the darkest hour,
clarity rains
an immortal dew,
settling ash
atop a new harvest.

Kellie Elmore lives in East Tennessee. She’s been writing since she was very young, and says she can’t imagine life without her pen and music.
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