My bird from life calls to me In chirps of love, one, two, three, Thus I go by morning light, Traveling there in wingless flight To bequeth my days of yore In times and places I adore. One day in … Continue reading
sun tired of gray skies hides within the gold of trees life in perspective red and brown trace blood and land bareness minds our age to death Copyright © 2013 Shainbird. All rights reserved.
Two squirrels circle Round a constant oak, Chasing each other, Lovers in sunlight, Workers by dark night, Scaling trunks, hanging From branches, acorns And nuts to gather Before cold days collect, To the sound of the sky Falling, thump, thump, … Continue reading
My memory – let summer sear So I may cherish winter’s core, Bosoms warmed from within sincere. My memory – let summer sear, This sweltering heat burns austere, Stifling catalysts evermore. My memory – let summer sear So I may … Continue reading
Note: Bastet of Bastet’s Pixelventures part of Because We’re Poets gave us another picture prompt: “So my dears…let’s look at flowers or plants! So pull out your cell phones or if you’ve got something better you can certainly use it, and let’s take on this risky … Continue reading