Poem: Faded Friends

I ran into a friend from years gone by, reminding me of time’s fissures ever so wide and deep. Memories of two children who once clung together in giggles and make believe, that now seem less visible like giant panther paws of fog.

Time alters more than shells that carry . . . → Read More: Poem: Faded Friends

Poem for Dusk: Heralding in the Night

Cool spring breezes whisper softly, gently bending pedals and leaves.

Lids of daylight slowly lower, evoking shades of dusky gray and ancient rose

Tiny silver sparks emerge in subtle formation announcing night’s arrival

Fat little birds nestle into their nests after day’s soaring journeys

Clouds reaching beyond their form, dissipating in thin shades of . . . → Read More: Poem for Dusk: Heralding in the Night

Dawn Moon: Poetry


One Glorious morning, I awoke to behold dawn’s waking threshold. Hannah and I readied ourselves for our ritual walk. To my astoundment, Moon stood high on his throne in all his opulence!

Proud of his countenance, Moon softly glistened. A Rotund – plump face – . . . → Read More: Dawn Moon: Poetry

Walk in the Park – Expectations of Fall

They say Fall is around the corner; well don’t tell Hannah who saunters very slowly from the pounding heat! Those weather people, sitting in cubicles claiming they know what nature is up to. Maybe Nature hasn’t made up her mind yet?

Humidity has returned, clutching the air in fisted dominance. A . . . → Read More: Walk in the Park – Expectations of Fall


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