The paint chip words and phrases you have to work with are wheat fields, raven, moonstone, foggy harbor, and brown-paper package. In celebration of my 35th wedding anniversary, I would like you to use three of these five paint chips in your poem. They can be part of a slant rhyme or used elsewhere in the poem.Linda Kruschke
From summer to autumn
It’s September – the wheat fields
Are stubble as the farmer counts the yield.
Nearby the early-morning foggy harbour Lies on the route to work for the carpenter.
A raven has a favourite haunt. It can fly, but I know I can’t!
Post updated with edits to the second verse. 5 September 2021