Tag: poem

Remembrance Day: The Path Forgotten

Here is my annual poem for Remembrance Day. The Path Forgotten After the gentle rainalong the petrichor earthyou wanderAgainst the beaten sunrising past the mountain,on the winding trailyou find your wayFootsteps ringin time with the windNature’s chimesthat sing in your heartYou wishedfor one last… Continue Reading “Remembrance Day: The Path Forgotten”

National Poetry Month – Day 30: Strong Tea

Here we are, on the last day of April and the last poem for this year’s National Poetry Month. I hope you enjoyed the poems. Today’s prompt was, a nice strong cup of tea, and I went with free verse today. So pull up… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 30: Strong Tea”

National Poetry Month – Day 29: Two Poems

Today you get two poems, because I cannot count how many days there are in April and ended up with 31 prompts. So, the two prompts are steely gaze and dearth of toilet paper. The poems forms are septolet and haiku. Steely Gaze Staringin… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 29: Two Poems”

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 27: Giddy Up Hitch

So today’s prompt was, that’ll put a giddy up in your hitch, and I used a variation on a cascade form for the poem. It’s also a bit dark, so be warned. Giddy Up Hitch That’ll put a giddy up in your hitch,my old… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 27: Giddy Up Hitch”