This weekend was Mother's Day. My Husband left to attend a christening and to spend Mother's Day with his mother. I applaud this, I encouraged him to go. He is glad he went, I am glad he went. My lovely girls called from all corners of the world, Gracie from Berlin, Laura from New Orleans … Continue reading It’s Complicated, A POEM
Poem number..... Well hey! I don't have to number them any more! A poem for the heck of it! The prompt "Bubble." I could not resist. Summer Wonders I close my eyes and hear Summer sounds, Boats, Float planes. Children laughing. Dogs barking, Birds. Coming from the field, A ball hits the bat, "Ping" … Continue reading Wonder. A Poem.
Last poem for my (self imposed) poetry challenge. Poem #30. Prompt: Astonish.... You would think I could find a way to use it, but did not. *oh well* The house quiets, I take one last Look Out of the Window. I pause. Golden light Explodes and Burns From behind Mountains. A fiery kind of … Continue reading Poem #30
29th poem in the month of April. Prompt: Tantrum. We put on music And cleaned the house. Placed tulips in the vase Open a good Bottle of red. Set the table With our best Open the door And invite Guests in. Sitting on the deck, Sipping Gin and tonics, Watching the waves And boats The … Continue reading Poem #29
28th poem in the month of April. The prompt.... "rivulet." The soil has The most lovely smell. Rich, dense, loamy. I gently place the tender leafed start Into a nest of Loose earth, Tuck it in well. I Finish with A sprinkle of water That beads And runs Rivulets Until slowly, slowly, the fertile … Continue reading Poem #28
A poem a day in April! This is my 27th poem. Ever. A Notable achievement if I don't say so myself. (Do you see the prompt there?) It is a lovely afternoon We promise the dog To go for walk And find ourselves On the docks. The docks A favorite place For a sunny walk … Continue reading Poem #27