Day 3 of National Poetry Month, and another poem. This one has an artistic touch. Brush Strokes Pristine as snow waiting… The Canvas For your inspiration Bring the colour, shocks of crimson bleeding into blue Or lemon summer sun above the… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 3: Brush Strokes”
It is day two of National Poetry Month, and here’s a poem from the dark side… The Sound of Their Breathing I watch the world inhale, exhale each fragile breath so slight; simple to asphyxiate, faces turning pale I watch the world… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 2: The Sound of Their Breathing”
Okay, here’s one more poem for this first day of April, and National Poetry Month. This one comes from a prompt from the Poetry Tag group on Facebook. Only The Words I Know I can only offer you the words I know The words… Continue Reading “Another Poem For #NationalPoetryMonth”
Today starts another National Poetry Month, and as always I shall be writing and posting a poem a day. My first poem comes from NaPoWriMo and its prompt to write a lune, a type of English language haiku. You can check out that poetry form here.… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month Begins!”
Dawning Flaxen gold and amber grain Sunrise greets the morning rain Lift your eyes and laughter high extol the splendour in the sky Amber light, and golden sheave casting joy; a soft reprieve Pause a breath, enjoy the air Amid the sun discard your… Continue Reading “Happy Easter”
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