“Troubled summer sky- cloud peaks rumbling with the heat of monsoon season.”- Linda Lee Lyberg
“Cool morning breeze whispering through the palms as a grackle feeds its young” Author’s Note: Yesterday in my garden, I watched a grackle feeding three fledglings. They were all gathered on the ground in a circle and putting up quite a fuss as to… Continue Reading “#American Sentence Sunday: Grackles”
“Earth awashed in cleansing tears, yet spring arrives and fragrant roses bloom” – Linda Lee Lyberg
“Red stemmed beauty dressed in frilly petals reaching for the warm spring sun.” –Linda Lee Lyberg Author’s Note: Clarkia unguiculata is a species of wildflower known by the common name elegant clarkia or mountain garland. This plant is endemic to California, where it is… Continue Reading “#American Sentence Sunday: Frilly Petals”
Be the swimming fish, feeling water’s silk caress as you glide through life.
Dark clouds move on revealing a crisp dawn as birds sing to hopeful skies. Author’s Note: The rules of an American Sentence are very simple. The poem is one sentence, 17 syllables long. It was invented by Allen Ginsberg because he felt that haiku didn’t work as well… Continue Reading “#American Sentence Sunday: Hope in Blue Skies”