Category: Poetry

  • kickin rocks

    a nostalgic poem of youth and loss

  • Sonder


    Other people, Tiny lights, In a windowsill at night, Heartbeats In the silence.  I am one of you, I think, And you are just like me, A little world of privacy Moments in time, In place, as I pass by. I think Goodbye Is the hardest thing to say Besides “I love you” And to…

  • The Coast

    Saltily breathes the sea breeze, and I sigh, Whitecaps crashing on craggy stone with gentle roars, As I dip my toes in the teeming tide pool here, Pink anemone, glorious blue crabs, gulls above soar, Weightless they seem as they sing to themselves, calling And dipping with a splash in the grotto loved bay, Away…

  • Autumn Ago

    Softly cries the whispered western wind Like gentle strings plucked in final allegro, Rising up through rustled leaves ascending And cascading in mournful peace as snow Yet to come, but better amber Autumn offers For the air is cool, comforting, nature’s breath As sienna sunlight soaks pumpkin coffers Of gold and seeds, fruits fat, and…