Category Archives: Poems

Winter Poems

Why do we only speak of nature When trees bloom Not when buds point the sky? I admire the white color Patterns painted Of branches and leaves frozen A fossil of recent past. Why is winter seen as death And … Continue reading

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We are left for the soil

There is a time in every leaf’s life when it Falls The ice freezes over their fragile bodies Melt into the ground Blended in ice Birch Maple Oaks will follow Until winter has swept its hand Blanketing the ground Frozen … Continue reading

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Flame

Gush of wind bounds Flame as leaves blow Fire crackles The last ashes are falling From their trees

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It’s like the bird is taunting me

It’s like the bird is taunting me Singing its songs Knowing I’ll walk aimlessly It’s like the bird is taunting me I try to get close It flies to another tree It’s not like I can climb it For hours … Continue reading

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The Sky brought down stars this morning

The Sky brought down stars this morning Glimmer droplets on pines and branches Fairies flew to refresh Remind there’s beauty in rain  

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Poems for Thought

I wrote these while I was sitting on the ground by the stream These are poems of observations I made. Eastern Hemlock and Eastern White Pine Luminescence red glow Sunlight radiating It’s furrows Ferns You get lost in the cover … Continue reading

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