AUTUMN Darkness falls gently. A smoky scent in the air. Crackling leaves burn.
TWIN FLAME I sense your sadness. This I don’t believe; but still… I feel – through time, space.
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.
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.
HABITATION A chorus of calls, Announcing their arrival. Birds return with spring.