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.
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.
When alone – warm, sweet. Together, a horror show. Leader calls, attack!
Other’s families – Warm, welcoming, stable, fun. Not mine, my burden.
The days are longer. A gentle breeze flirts some warmth. More snow! Bitter hag.
Down a dark, dank hole. Ladder, pinky – holding on. Just let go or climb?