RECLAIMED Eruption of blood. Dark fin, seal gone; terror in Dry, would be bathers.
SUMMER’S ADIEU The nights are longer, Morning’s greet with a cool bite, As warmth slinks away.
JULY Stagnant wall of air. Hot, heavy, suffocating – Radiating heat.
HEAVEN Sunset, white dunes, waves. Those I love most, there waiting. I pass and go home.
CHIPMUNK! Still as a stone. Then blink, blur – dash through the grass. Impressive leap, gone.
CLIMB I know it is bright up there, Blooming flowers and soft grass. I know there is warmth up there, Golden rays and steady comfort. I know there is contentment up there, Where purpose and fulfillment await. Down here it is dark, No color to brighten my days. Down here it is cold, No warmth […]
HAUNTED A limb for a swing. Perfect, strong; but once something Else swung dead from there.
These people think they are so safe. Within the exclusive, gated communities who do you think takes care of those big fancy homes? Not them, I assure you. It took no time to pick a target and secure a job. They don’t see the threat. I doubt they even see the petite young girl scrubbing […]
SUMMER RAINS Soft drumming on leaves. Crinkling sounds, gentle wind. Damp, darting critters.
YELLOW Grey drizzle – cold, damp, Sopping landscape; but peeking Colored petals, hope.