Tag Archives: poetry
Among golden leaves Puddles of late autumn light Slip into cold shade
Prayer of the Desperate She had crawled here on her knees Over the sharp broken bones of her life. She had come to bargain with every god she had ever heard named. Bruised clouds closed around the moon Golden … Continue reading
Late sunbeam harvest Drinking up the golden light Each seed holds a dream Taken as the sun sank into the Cairngorms in the middle of the Scottish highlands.
Summer falls from us Sipping rose tea heedlessly As the dark creeps in
Walk to the piers end Where infinity calls out Dive in and let go Summer will wash you Free and sunkissed freckles rise On hot apple cheeks
Snow fell snow on snow Its hush shrank the world softly Back to slow pleasures
Ahead lies shrouded Wrapped in winters freezing cloak Glints of futures hopes This is everything Senses brimming with beauty Future forgotten All certainty rests Forms swirl coming and going Mysterious mist Along these mist shrouded tidal waters people have fought … Continue reading
Mananans soft storm Clouds, mist and ocean swirl in Neither here nor there Edges blurred and gone Timeless cloak folds formlessly Hide and reveal light For all my fact lovers, these shots were captured from the shore in front of … Continue reading
Luscious luminous Pink, fresh light fills petal husks Dried by winters wind Pulling back the curtains of the bay window, the light of another new day splashed across the wooden floor. It was tinged pink, which made her look again … Continue reading
Blushing hot Maple Yearly menopausal flush In winters cold face.