Monthly Archives: July 2017
The placement of the floral arrangements The arrangement of seating The entire superficial etiquette The copious explanations of the day’s behavior Will never take away the stench Of your compulsion To deny others To control the outcome To lie, steal, … Continue reading
In the western field The old barn stands and echoes The glowing sunset. A week of shuffling Spinning and weaving carrots Republican wrought. Headache in the morn Going through the motions then Geez. Pants on backwards. I am … Continue reading
Dandelions nod Like grandmother approvals Encouraging love.
Lone pink tulip stands Leading violets to heaven In the wind and rain. Note: A month after my mother passed, I was sitting outside just missing her, I scanned my yard and saw something pink in the distance. Thinking it … Continue reading
Legacy is passed Forward through love and patience A smile remembered. Beatles haiku: I want to tell you That life is Helter Skelter And your bird can sing:) I’m late for haiku New England visit delayed A Concord response. Beautiful … Continue reading
Guardian of hanging bird feeders Posted at each front corner Full of corn kernels and sunflower seed Mr. Cat paces the pocked cement porch. The gray is his territory, his safe haven. He spies the daily interloper returning But waits steady, … Continue reading