A million deaths have not stopped us loving fiercely from the start, Yet still we part in sorrow as our soul writhes in our hearts Each time we play a different art and take the leap of faith That we shall bear our suffering and love will give us grace
Twirling like Sufis the snowflakes flew like Olympian Messengers Hailing Centaur’s fiery confusion to reign a fortnight and a half Mercury stands still within the archers field tonight
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 A Poem : "RARE RED RULES OCTOBER LONGWOOD" Dahlia rules October blooms Red heads show off fancy cloaks Fingers of fluffy petals point wildly Mexican Bush Sage explodes purple spikes Violet velvet villifies challenging growth Surrendering, Coleus surrounds With growths of ruffled leaves Labyrinths of color intertwine Chartreuse mingling with plum … Continue reading RARE RED RULES OCTOBER LONGWOOD
Listen ! Can you hear nothing? The gift of stormy snow While I listen others must go The low-pressure will take some stellar bound While I listen to a wold without sound Hark! My heart cries for this My body eases into slow My breath abates as some souls go The earth is frozen silent … Continue reading A Poem: "Listen"
Making a Wish on the Rainbow Some loved ones are no longer below Shedding skin their Spirit glows They sit at the same table tonight Wondering at the Ides of March plight Listening to their children's music with delight A new painting and a song is made tonight Play compose paint and be … Continue reading A Poem: The Rainbow