Sweetwater Creek State Park, Douglasville, GA View nature's wonders. They will add joy to your life. Give thanks to our God! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #333: Life and View.
I can say with much relief That I am glad to be free Of the thoughts that hindered My ability to appreciate and love me. I was tormented by thoughts That I had no value and worth. I couldn't find peace anywhere, And my life was bereft of mirth. But, after I went through the... Continue Reading →
I had to truly marvel at the paradox of you, Thinking you are the best man I could find, When, in reality, your hubris on your value To women has rendered you stupid and blind. You don't hold a candle to a true gentleman, One who with my love is so happy and pleased. Because... Continue Reading →
Image from Jordan_Singh at Pixabay.com Janey walked down the sandy path, ahead of the parents, Clinging to the planet-like balloons that are lighting her way. What a great day it had been of sand, mountains, and sea, And her paints in her suitcase had made it a very special day! She had tried to paint... Continue Reading →
Photo from NASA With eyes closed, she played an exuberant tune on her saxophone, Using the Qi in her body, to escape the dark of which she was prone. Nothing ostentatious, just the sweet music that originated in her heart Flowed out of her instrument as she practiced her wondrous art. Up in the sky,... Continue Reading →
I learned early in life that alcohol isn't good for coping. It simply leads to further problems and lots of mistakes. Instead, I grab a cup of tea and a good murder mystery, To soothe my nerves and give my restless soul a break. I sit still and look at the problems from every conceivable... Continue Reading →
I am the one who made a vow To, by the sweat of my brow, Put my hand to the plough And ensure that the bough Never breaks under thou! My efforts have earned a wow! Written for the Saturday Mix-Rhyme Time from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. The rhyming prompts are thou, plough, bough, vow, brow, and... Continue Reading →
Granny had nothing to bequeath us In terms of material goods and cash. But, she left a legacy of being honest That is much better than an art stash. She taught us by her examples To always treat people with decency. Even with women who talked about her, She cared for them with much frequency.... Continue Reading →
It is cold outside! We snuggle in a blanket! We fall more in love! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #330: Cold and Fall.
Photo from Goodfreephotos.com Dark is defeated! A new light glows in the sky! My fears are reduced. Written very late for Heeding Haiku with Chevrefeuille from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie: A new star is born. I always feel protected and safe when I see the stars. The thought of a new one means even greater light in... Continue Reading →