Another trip today for Day 24. Image by Yanko Peyankov from Pixabay An Evening in Amsterdam A warm orange glow, reflected in blue, the canal smooth and still as glass Beauty sublime, bid the day adieu A warm orange glow, reflected in… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 24: An Evening in Amsterdam”
The poem for Day Four. Image by Pexels from Pixabay Life A sturdy bicycle, waiting Against the wrought-iron fence, the early morning abating A sturdy bicycle, waiting Over coffee and croissants, debating inconsequential offence A sturdy bicycle, waiting Against the wrought-iron fence… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 4: Life”
Angel Wings Infinity touching shadows, grace walks among the broken and hope whispers over woes Infinity touching shadows with mercy as the thorn’s rose humanity come in kind words spoken Infinity touching shadows, grace walks among the broken © A. F. Stewart… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Angel Wings”
We ponder on this Day 13 of National Poetry Month… Deposits and Withdrawals Life’s deposits and withdrawals written down within the universe’s ledger, red and black Little columns filling, filling, like to drown Life’s deposits and withdrawals written down Register of conduct, of… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 13: Deposits and Withdrawals”
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”
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