Poetry, Short Prose and Walking
When death comes to ask forgiveness
May I be ready with a kiss.
Take these trinkets. Take that treasure.
I need nothing more than this. 36 more words
4 days, 19 hours ago
The urban may be wonderful
With scarcely any tree,
But give me just a tree or two.
There’s something that a tree can do
That sets my daydreams free. 38 more words
1 week, 4 days ago
Greetings Everyone from the beautiful city of Orlando, Florida!
Home to Disney World, palm trees, and Jilly, your host for this week’s edition of Poetics. 294 more words
This holy place to stand and help me rise
Where I may pause and let my eyes go free,
Where I may wonder how this Earth and skies… 72 more words
2 weeks, 4 days ago
Swinging from the family tree
Learning that the mystery
Isn’t what we have to know
But the joy when we let go.
Text: Linked to… 63 more words
3 weeks, 4 days ago
Some use their souls to say there is no soul. Some use their freedom claiming we’re machines denying what we know of mystery. It’s hard to tell which hell builds bigger walls to bar eternity. 82 more words
1 month ago
Ramblings of a Writer
#dVerse – Poetry
Guest host Toni (Kanzen Sakura) at dVersepoets asked us to write a halibut about what/who inspired us to write poetry. 84 more words