Tag: #poem

And the Rains Came…

“If people were seasons, she’d be monsoon. After every downpour, the garden laughed like her, wild and free.”  ― Meeta Ahluwalia Summer monsoons come rolling in every nightoffering a respite from harsh intense heatAs lightning and thunder light up desert skiesfat drops of hot rain… Continue Reading “And the Rains Came…”

Time to Fly

“Never love a wild thing…If you let yourself love a wild thing, you’ll end up looking at the sky.”  ― Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Three Stories Days of youth when nights never end a wild haired gypsy child-woman Silver earrings dangling gaudy… Continue Reading “Time to Fly”

After a Dog is Gone

It is easy to forget that in the main we die only seven times more slowly than our dogs.- Jim Harrison- The Road Home After…Some days drag on forever and night never comesLeaving me yearning for darkness where dreams live onWhile others slip away… Continue Reading “After a Dog is Gone”

Spring Sunrise

New sunrise-Paints pale horizon with wildflower colorsAnd eastern sky glowsin a meadow of tissue paper clouds Fragrant zephyr stirs waxy emerald leavesWhile spent blossoms slip from thorny lemon treeGrey mockingbird sings from high in the mesquite-As spring arrives dVerse Poets Pub: Quadrille #148 Papered… Continue Reading “Spring Sunrise”

Raven and Moon

“Yours is the light by which my spirit’s born: – you are my sun, my moon, and all my stars.”  ― E.E. Cummings Black raven whispered to waning moon I miss your face when you’re goneI spend darkest nights longing for you to paint blue cobalt nightwith… Continue Reading “Raven and Moon”

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