Misspent youthgirl with cornsilk hairseeking loveflower childher old guitar still weepingin indigo blue Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge #221 Synonyms only: Search & Lost
Stark antique white blossom against delicatepapery bougainvillea paintingan azure washed sky
Morning dewsprinkling wildflowersemblazonedwith colorgoldenrod, chartreuse, hot pinkliving confetti Author’s Note: Day 7 of National Poetry Writing Month.
“The earth laughs in flowers.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Majesticgrape petuniasblossomingamong brightred geranium flowersriot of color
Priceless giftAn abundant lifeTable filledBountifulSplendor on an autumn dayGratitude prayer Author’s Note: Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
Plant each seedEnvision and dreamBe thankfulFor all lifeBrings with each gentle risingOf bright morning sun Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge #202
“It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars.” ― Richard Evans Tiny dotsmarking my pale skinpointing tothe right placebright constellation of hopea path to healing Shining throughlike stars on waterwhen it rainsglisteningin the longest blackest nightbefore gilded dawn Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge:… Continue Reading “The Healing Map”