People Who Come Alive
Your envelope of sweet release
is opened up along the crease
when seal breaks, there comes a scent
of myrrh and pure abandonment.
At last, a gift like ambergrease… 43 more words
3 days, 23 hours
They howl as wolves, a tundra call
Across the frozen blinded land
That can’t be seen, or see at all,
By hooded face or glov-ed hand. 113 more words
It’s good to be home,” she said,
Her dog on the bed at her feet.
“Antarctica’s nice for a thrill,
“but the southernmost chill is extreme.” 79 more words
Thank you so much photographywithwords for nominating our very new blog! We were nominated then challenged to answer these 11 questions.
1.) Why did you decide to start to blog? 364 more words
6 days, 22 hours
Warning: this poem has some crude subject matter and features some “undesirable” words. Do not read it if you plan on getting offended.
A snickering set of certain kisses… 166 more words
seen from far below,
camouflaged by moss and fern,
where do you suppose they go?
In whispers cold and feared, 46 more words
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