Poem: Lights in the Night

The day is light, warm, bright, friendly, welcoming. Bees gather and swarm. ~ Butterflies flutter through the dappled sunlight. Flowers bloom, fresh and new. ~ It is when the night comes when the joy disappears, and cold seeps in, chills, numbs. ~ The animals scurry away. Fear grips them all, at the disappearance of day. … Continue reading Poem: Lights in the Night

Poetry: Two Winter Haikus

Glittering: From moonlight up high a snowy landscape is seen that is glittering Snow Blanket: A small twig pokes out its brown strange against the white of a snow blanket Well, if we had a post of Autumn haikus, we needed a Winter one! This was kind of a spur of the moment thing, but … Continue reading Poetry: Two Winter Haikus