She walks across the world In a dress of silver-blue Her train, you’ll find will drag behind One thousand miles, and two.
My mind brushed by dreams, Like willow branches floating, On the ponds surface.
A ray of sun. Light strikes the wall. Flowers bloom and glow. Worms wriggle in the rain. Boughs bend nesting an egg. Plants crisscrossed in an array beneath the sunlight where a former wallflower blooms beneath the glowworms smiling at rainbows as she chops eggplants to feed her young son. To feed her son … Continue reading
Yellow Sunflowers. Others call them weeds, and yet, They brighten my day.
A Glorious Sky! Orange-shouldered Orion throws the Boomerang moon.
Little drops of dew Landing on my exposed skin like tiny pinpricks
When you look beyond The chasms that lie ahead You see the full moon
Evening Approaches Pecan shadows are creeping across the roadway
Grey sky at night Moon round and bright Gives out it’s light Steadily Stars hid away Soon to be day Birds sing their fey Medley Conditioners hum Crickets add some To the night’s rum Symphony Sky fades to blue Venus plays too Sharp like a new Timpani