Green eyes witness bountiful beauties—
Untrimmed blades of grass that glow
yellow in morning sunlight, shimmering
cool dewdrops in the colder morning air,
which cradles the baby-blue horizon,
wavering with each gust of gentle wind
blowing a breath of freshness to behold.
Poem by Aubree Tillett
Aubree Tillett is a librarian, an art historian, and a writer from Wisconsin. She earned a MLIS from UW-Milwaukee, a MA in Art History from the University of Arizona, and a BA in Creative Writing and Art History from Valparaiso University.