Tag: chant

National Poetry Month – Day 28: Scream in the Wind

Today the prompt is, scream in the wind, and for the form I return to the chant. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay  Scream in the Wind Shall the gods comedown from the mountainwith the cold winter snowtheir fury unabatedand scream within the wind Shall the gods… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 28: Scream in the Wind”

National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared

Today’s prompt was, bears make me scared, and for the form, I went with a chant poem. Original Image by Bruno /Germany from Pixabay  Bears Make Me Scared Mommy says I need a friendto take away the shiversand make the shadows not go booOne to end all… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 20: Bears Make Me Scared”

National Poetry Month: Now You Tell Me

Now You Tell Me After the roses After the smiles Now you tell me After the kisses After the promises Now you tell me After the late nights After our dreams Now you tell me After the ebb and flow After the tears Now… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Now You Tell Me”

National Poetry Month: Still Waiting

Still Waiting   Another sunset at her window tracing hearts on the glass She sits, and she remembers when the church bells ring   The wedding dress fades sallow, on a hanger in her wardrobe She inhales cedar and mothballs when the church bells… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Still Waiting”

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 27: Blind to the Bridge

My poem for Day 27 of National Poetry Month.   Blind to the Bridge   Bask in the dawn in her warm, bountiful kiss, as the sirens ever beckon you Come blind to the bridge where you fall   Savour the splendid beauty of… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 27: Blind to the Bridge”