Monthly Archives: July 2020

In a Land of Nowhere

Once upon a time (Never twice) A royal princess dined On blackberries over ice She picked purple Jacaranda blossoms Placed them in lilac-colored dishes Convinced they gave her wisdom Soon they tangled with her foolish wishes And none in the … Continue reading

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Cycles of Everything

Verdant grasses dance To the music of the wind I too sing along In summer’s drought I remember falling rain And wonder when Snow wraps up our gifts As winter joins all seasons With bows of sun streaks Creation speaks … Continue reading

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Where to Feed

Spying Tiny wings One licks nectar One fringes on indecision Two Choices hang One leaves contented One weighs each strength Wings In flight Search for fuel Blossoms are more reliable   Dversepoets.com  A poem about flights of fancy. This is … Continue reading

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All for a Pie

Blueberries in season Wild and sweet Some for freezin’ More just to eat I grab a friend I am sure Who’s willin’ to ramble We’ll sort through our problems Untangle our bramble Keeping bears at bay One eye on our … Continue reading

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Coming Together

  I was little once Dusty copper pennies I never let lie I was told if I did, good fortune would die Silly rhyme I was little once Sea serpents lived in oceans deep Only in dreams they swam under … Continue reading

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Morning Comfort

Before the dawn of day When air is still A blank canvas is a chalk sky All wait for the sun To unfold the morning And put to sleep the guards of night Before the dawn of day When I … Continue reading

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Revolving Around Revolutions

A revolution Seasons transition And earth keeps its course A revolution Disrupts all familiar roads Staring with a seed A revolution Restoring Heaven’s pure realm God made a straight path A revolution Sunflowers face a fierce sun Birds afar feed … Continue reading

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Purging

Her words trailed on the springs of the screen door. They seemed to make no more impact than the air-locked slam behind her. She didn’t look behind, but walked to the end of the driveway and turned down the street. … Continue reading

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Conflict and Contentment

The lotus flower roots in mud Petals bloom in scorching sun Her tropical paradise displays Like peacock tails in full array To strip her from her stagnant water Is nothing short of bloody slaughter But oh, her seeds will yet … Continue reading

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Invisible Me

I am a million loose ends tethered yet free I am who ones eyes don’t see I am who I long to meet I am more than hands and feet I am words not yet spoken I am—yes—no longer broken … Continue reading

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