Tag Archives: poetry
Autumn light glitters A new day fresh from rose folds Gathered by shadows. The stillness of the morning caught my breath, and had me dashing back inside for my camera. These were taken last week in the garden, where the … Continue reading
I walked down to the river In the glinting low light And it shimmered and slipped Silk like over its bed of rocks. The sunlight spun into threads By the long wet fingers of the river Woven into loose lace … Continue reading
Deep in the woods, the air is still and hung with mist. The light travels through shadows, leaning in long slow lines, and blushing through the folding ferns. Spirits hover almost unseen, at the very edges of vision, gone as … Continue reading
Mind knots and jangles Untangled softly in a Windswept wave washed spell This was inspired by the following beautiful post….. Walking barefoot on the sand–a haibun http://artifactsandfictions.com/2014/09/28/walking-barefoot-on-the-sanda-haibun/”>artifactsandfictions.com/2014/09/28/walking-barefoot-on-the-sanda-haibun/
It takes but one stone To break the tranquility Of peaceful slumber. Nothing is ever the same, as the ripples of change spill like liquid silver across the water. They roll in mercurial hoops, out towards the edges, And yet, … Continue reading
Summers frothing wave. Always the earth spins faster With its little feet.
Sometimes the world is so crowded with beauty that it’s hard to breath. The heat and the light Burn until we crave shade to Sup rose water dew.
Honey Bell Towers, Cool rooms, crisp white cotton sheets. Bumble bee heaven.
Glowing petal cups Gathering light and pleasure Filling gaps in time Endless childhood play Between hay and buttercups Before dreams shatter Soft breeze stirred fields sway Golden butter loving chins Laugh while poison grows
Mist and mountains merge, Softly blurring earth and loch. High rock razors loom.