Umbrella #atozchallenge #poetry

beauty comes in many colors she was wrapped in wisteria and silk sand grains wouldnt dare cake her feet she passed by like a breeze enveloped in a rainbow A month of letters as prompts will finish at the end of the week. There are still many bloggers to enjoy in this challenge: XmasDolly Arpita’s […]

Found in the Forest #poetry #photography

I stop… mesmerized sunshine reaches down they’re holding hands radiance from the ground I stand… reaching with my eyes I soak in warmth kneel where nature lies I breathe…silence listen to holy teaching never quite the same for truth I’m always seeking Sharing with the poets at Poet’s United – Sunday’s Poetry Pantry always has […]

Dawn and the Sea #poetry

my eyes long to caress you smooth as silk your bronze glow accentuated by dawn my fingers can only momentary trace a message watery “I love yous” fade away as the sea draws lacy covers back remnant of a long night blurrs gold red rays warm your skin  long legged birds celebrate your awakening I […]

The Beauty in Difference #devotion #poetry

I was wild  a little daring boldly wearing magenta in a sea of green standing tall at the close of spring the thing was no one knew my name they knew the pansies, marigolds, lobelia I heard one flower proclaim “she’s a beauty for a weed she should be removed who knows if she will […]

Roots #earthday #poetry

Despondent Dressed in tones of sunshine my yellow bonnet waves amidst contrast of green fields we chorus spring today an errant finger plucks I cry in silent agony breaking Printemps connection separated from celebration Disappointed with my fragrance I am flung upon a pile of debris rubbish clogs my senses I used to breathe beauty […]

Eye of the Beholder #poetry #photography #art

I was born for the shadows  form hidden by sepia day … is in the eye of the beholder do they really mean what they say? catch me on the cold nights basking in the sun I and the moon’s reflection dancers we are one you can never touch me but you can always try […]

Flower Child #photography #poetry #mothersday

A silent offering  made before you can form words a dance between your face colored flecks of bliss * Little fingers filled with offering no words necessary love fills your eyes daisy fairy princess * A never ending offering  from generation to the next sweet daisies in your grasp they match your yellow dress What would Mother’s […]

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