Blue, I think in cobalt.
Cerulean smiles. Prussian, well, takes charge.
But cobalt colors waves’ sink, glass pretending darkness
will save it from break, the near-night sky, 81 more words
3 days, 6 hours
Today’s task is to feel the love in 55 words. It’s a poem for both d’Verse Poets and G-Man’s Friday Flash 55.
dancing in the dark, 52 more words
3 days, 21 hours
Early Morning Poem For Pearl
Sun winks gold pink
at the freeze’s peaked rim, every edge below
a ledge for white, all
I hold the old dog, whitish, 114 more words
1 week, 3 days
November 22, 1963 (if Alive then and Over Five, You Remember)
Ushered from pine
desks to blacktop,
the big girls–third-graders–
roamed red-eyed arm-in-arm,
while we, who always spent recess as horses, 97 more words
2 weeks, 3 days
The task today for d’Verse Poets is to write a modern ode, a lyrical poem in praise of someone or something. It should be no surprise that I’ve written about nature, more specifically my pasture. 69 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
My dog, Stella, is truly a freak. If she were a human, she’d be labeled and be in special classes. I’m glad she’s a dog, and not a human. 112 more words
3 weeks, 4 days
my heart's love songs
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i hear you whimpering in the shadows
whatcha gonna do?
bridges all burned
no one trust you… 85 more words