I looked through the glass in the window, Watching the beautiful robin alight. The leaf swayed under its weight, And everything in life just felt right! Nature was doing its wondrous thing, And we all must do our part. Let's help the birds remain, By taking climate change to heart. Written for the Three Things... Continue Reading →
Travel dreams await! Want to march down unknown paths. Please, Lord, let it be! Written for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge: dream and march.
Jackie couldn't be said to have any hubris, She was too timid to take up for herself. Her big sister, Janie, tended to fight for her, So she would give Janie most of her wealth. One day, Janie decided it was past the time That Jackie learned to face her troubles. So, with a nudge... Continue Reading →
Hope came from above. He's the bright and morning star. Be not discouraged! Written for RonovanWries Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge for December 23, 2019: star and hope.
We all must deal with the vicissitudes of life, As triumphs intermingle with our troubles. Thinking that suffering will never touch us Isn't smart, as all men and women have foibles. Everyone needs help at some time or another, So, let us extend a benignity to those bereft Of hope that they can retrieve their... Continue Reading →
You know me so well! Almost like I live in you. We have become one! Written for the Sunday Writing Prompt from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie. The prompt is Intimacy.
When the women go a-walking, All they want is safety and peace. They want to savor the moments Of joy and beauty as stress release. But, men trained to act as wolves, Ravenous and lacking in any respect, Think women should smile and blush, Appreciating when they try to connect. Some men can't see women's... Continue Reading →
The Bonus Wordle from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie request us to use the twelve words given as prompts, or just six of them, in a shape poem. I decided to try it for a Christmas poem. TheUniversal Christmas Tree It breathed once in unison with the birds, With the small animals that scurried across the ground. Each... Continue Reading →