woodedrecordedin the rings of the trees wolfsong
autumnal collectionIpeach sunlight on migratory wingsend of summerIIblinding gloryautumn's first sunrisecrowns the pinesIIItiptoeing atop autumn rosesa butterflyIVadorationbeneath the daystarsunflowers
sweptwinter windthe only oak tree's leaveshuddle on the porch
ut26in the breathfrom a dragonfly's wing a leaf slowly turns
blindingsparkle of frosta million sunrisesfrom each leaf and blade
writingstrokes of the quilldance to clock's rhythmpoetry in motion
senselessfar too oftenour flag droops at half-mastsoaked with blood and tears
rosyblossoms on the fencetransforming spring raininto rosewater~~~~~~~~~drizzle of honeyon blueberry pancakesroses in the vase
missinulong stretches the daylight sneaking in through closed blindsmarks time on the flooreven more drawn-out is nightcounting heartbeats you can’t hear
savoringtaste of her lip glossstill lingers from their last kisstea is left to cool
onesuch a surprisea single star in the skyafter predawn rain
midnight bluebeneath the shimmering seais another worldsoaked in midnight blue
pre-storm an April gustchasing important paperstwo strangers meet
ut27the threat of rainmore like a promisesummer drought
firefliesflickeringthese brilliant faerie heartsmidsummer night
stormysmell of the skyher face wet with rain and tears
dredgingpast is behind usyet with one look backwe are overcome
craniumyou comb the glass out of my hair with your fingers.sharing silent & shaky smiles; we are sunset-strong kids.well, yes honey, the storm’s over. but damn it all if we ever stop being afraid.
CursedI am cursed to wanderWithout a homeGuided by the starsAnd the footprintsOf who I will become
Reunited"I miss him... terribly.""Turn around."
sweet and tearswe collided like poetry, i dip fingersinto memories like honey gold tinged andsmelling of thyme - time passes and i rollyour kisses around in my mouth, you tastedlike cough drops and summer-sweat days
Seaside Sorrow - PoemSummer rain and sulfur scentA passing thought flows through conscienceThe warmth of sun, the cool sea airYour hand in mine without a careI stand with footprints set in shadowAnd alone I bemoan the pathway narrowedMy tears touch tide as they fall to tempestsAlas twas selfishness that separated usI as a superfluous sailor sought the breezeTasting darkened skyChasing empty dreams...Yet when at last I finally set to shoreI found my paradise was now no moreFor with my thoughtlessness I'd lost my treasureThe flower of my heart whom I'd hoped to hold onto foreverIn my long absence your light had faded and dwindledNo one had come when you criedAll fast forgot; slow rememberedSo you rose like a white birdYour form most pale and fragileAnd fought through terrible windsIn an ever tireless struggleWhen faced with our reunion your only recollectionWas not of sun, nor of warmth, nor of mutual affection...Days so bitterly painful; you were unable to breatheSolitude, emptiness
out from the iceyour coldest snow on the tips of my fingers.years gone and passed, and youstill find a way to make me shiver.
the ghost womanShe was a shadowblue eyes blinded by sunriselight lost long ago
a scaron my mindyou're a scarlike in the night skyshining brighta star
Alone in an Old Church [25/30]Silence.Prickling,tickling silence.Heaving,breathing silence.The shadows humThe rafters whisperThe hymnbooks sing to themselvesAnd the dust hangs on their words.
UntitledThe more devastating tragedy Was closing our eyes.
a musereflectionsfrom one glass to another stir the dust