Tag: Poets United

But a Man

“As if you were on fire from within. The moon lives in the lining of your skin.” ― Pablo Neruda He is but a man, an ordinary man, yet~he dares to alight near my moon-glow flesh, and I cannot speak his name, for I have been…

When the Heavens Explode

“We all shine on…like the moon and the stars and the sun…we all shine on…come on and on and on…” ― john lennon I heard the stars singing last night, an ancient lullaby sharing their mystical wisdom from high in the nightwind sky They sang to…

The Butterfly, The Bee and The Tree

“We have forgotten how to be good guests, how to walk lightly on the earth as its other creatures do.”—Barbara Ward The Painted Lady does not dream of fleeting fame when flitting from flower to flower, instead she savors every delicious sip as she…

‘Whatever’

I have written poetry and stories most of my life, but it wasn’t until I left my 35+ years career that it became my passion. When I decided to start my blog, I told no one what I was going to do. I’ll never…

Live and In Color

Every day the bleeding away Of the nation we once were, Compromised and pulverizedAnalyzed and televised in full color for all the world to see. What happened to human kindness?What happened to love another?What happened to common decency?What happened to the right for all…

Poets United: Poems of the week by Kim R, Linda, and Colleen

Hello Everyone– So honored that my poem Bluebonnet Sky was chosen to be featured on Poets United today! Be sure to stop by and check out the featured poems by Kim and Colleen as well.

The Inevitability of Death

I’ve been thinking of death a lot, and I am amazed by its inevitability, frightened, as we all are, of the totally unknown, and yet feel a long sleep is somehow earned by those of us who live on the edge.- Jackson Pollock I’ve…

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