Once in the mirror I saw a sepia inked versionpleading to me for change like a beggar on the street. So I picked up my pen and papercomposed a poem to the real me.Now, I live and breath… in vivid technicolor.
Amid the roar of my pounding heartbeats Comes a whispering voice ~Take a breath, calm your heart for in this moment you have a choice. You can surrender, give in to fear fade to midnight black or fight and ultimately win, Never looking back.… Continue Reading “Fade to Midnight Black”
Gazing into the washed rose pink sky mottled with wispy clouds drifting by there on the wavering horizon a majestic steeple arisingabove purple fog crawling an omen beckoning and callingCome, rest within hallowed peaceful hallsyour prayers answered within these sacred walls.
A cold shaft of pearl moonlight Breaking through the barren trees A glowing orb bouncing, weaving Come! Sweet fairies dance in winter leaves Sway with your lover dragonflies With wings raised high Waltz the starry night away As jeweled butterflies in your hair shine… Continue Reading “A Glowing Orb”
“Death twitches my ear; ‘Live,’ he says… ‘I’m coming.” ― Virgil And should spirit move within me, decide to take my soul my fervent hope for what I find in the unknownare those I’ve lost who will greet and welcome me homeThe people I’ve loved,… Continue Reading “My Fervent Hope”
Miss Pink Petunia found a place to grow tender rootsnestled safe in a pebbled crumbling sidewalk crack ever persevering, she avoided heavy boots. Though no one reassured or even believed,Petunia bathed in refreshing rains of springand blossomed all through summer’s eve. dVerse Poets Pub:… Continue Reading “Miss Pink Petunia”
And I pray comforting autumn’s light will keep the smoke grey winter away brilliant colors dance as swallows take flighton this brisk cool cornucopia colored day. But I know too soon winter will come callingleaving frost on pumpkins, as snow begins falling. dVerse Poets… Continue Reading “Cornucopia Colored Day”