The ice and snow are all around The wind above all the sound A new year upon us Oh, this is great! Dinner with friends will start at eight More fun poems to describe the season A visit to the city A train ride, I’m giddy Views are spectacular to the horizon As I get…… Continue reading 2020
A sad reflection of knowing the end is near.
The Canyon, wide and deep, overwhelms me Standing on the edge I stare Rust colored land lives on
The dust unnatural Floats in the sky then sinks down Covering your dreams
Thunder claps over me My slumber interrupted Instincts alerted
We gather in the wooded place Familiar faces from long ago Family We are reverent, but not solemn This is a joyful time Celebrate the life of the matriarch Remember the traditions she created Surrounded by a cathedral of trees Lowered into the Earth by volunteers Wrapped in only a shroud Nature will embrace her…… Continue reading Returning to Nature
This is one of my early poems that I thought I would share before the book comes out. 🙂 Wind in the Trees An invisible force that blows through the trees The branches embrace this powerful breeze, Swaying and dancing and waiting to say “Hello, don’t you see? It’s a beautiful day!” The trees wave…… Continue reading Wind in the Trees