Frost blooms as a withered rose rustles. How long must paths cover seasons beneath intuition, whose rain only murmurs moistly about bucolic breezes? This sanctuary is our gentle bird, coloring the tendril which will trunk thick in summer's shine. image link here I'm also linking this to dVerse' Open Link Night. Grace is today's… Continue reading The Oracle Speaks –As frost blooms + dVerse OLN
A velvet corduroy angel dazzles a marble steel boy's heart Candy cake morning Catting about Blue belly woman, porcelain eyes Delicious, but born sad Almost there, come at you See me blush & bleed Can you picture we, magic like? Oracle poem. Always fun. Artwork: Zhou Zixi (Chinese, b. 1970). Sometimes young… Continue reading Can you picture we?
Munising Falls drops over Pictured Rocks escarpment -- Dan Johnson/NPS photo Bright breeze, though as rustly blanket Relax summer bee shine Soft wild color, Almost a soul that's secret Why wander to thrive? Use the fresh night air and cycle through this sweet blue dark Breathe, but come see if you will feel always green… Continue reading The Oracle Speaks
The title is OctWriPoMo suggested. One of the suggested forms: If you have poetry magnets it's time to get them out and play with them. Randomly select words that grab your attention and create a poem from them. When I picture you, smooth music, fast pedal, nearly did ask what next. Gorgeous recall let my… Continue reading Poetry Day 21 — How will I know?