The stress of this season can quickly creep in to December, hoping for a perfect day. The presents and decorating makes the head spin, But this is unimportant, if I may convey. ~ There are many layers to Christmas, just like a present. Snow, music, lights, and eggnog are just a few. Though fun to … Continue reading Poem: Christmas Layers
Morning, with fresh air and damp grass soft turf under my feet, as I stand, still and at peace bumble bees putting around flowers, treacherously lifting their great mass a soft breeze ruffling my hair and cooling my face, a moment I never wish to release ~ My nose catches the clear smell of the … Continue reading Rare Moment: a description poem
Snow falls to the muddy ground. Icicles gather under the gutter. A squirrel stops without a sound, To hear the wind howl and mutter. ~ The clouds are gray, the earth is white. Snowflakes swim through the air, the squirrel dodges one and ducks out of sight. The sun peeks out with a white glare. … Continue reading Snow Day: A Winter Sonnet
Rising Sun: Light pours through the land that was once veiled in shadow from the bright warm sun Sand and Sea: Soft sand under foot sun blazing in the clear sky water gleams ahead First there was the Fall Haikus. Then the Winter Haikus. Then the Spring Haikus! How could I stop there? Of course … Continue reading Poetry: Two Summer Haikus
Hello, everybody! I've been tagged by the awesome Mary, to do the Ten Things That Make Me Happy Tag! Thank you, Mary! The Rules: 1. List 10 things that make you happy. (Linking to them, sharing pictures, writing poems about them, telling jokes, etc. are all encouraged but not required.) 2. Tag 10 people who … Continue reading 10 Things That Make Me Happy Tag!