Category Archives: Poetry
Like ants crawling over a carcass Or gulls swooping in for a morsel They came Not in a colony or flock Just two Daughters on the edge Unable to carry the weight of transition The clinging to normalcy The … Continue reading
Rooted bloom flowers Slowly withers wrenched from plot Justice leaves flower.
Fresh breeze Steeled determination Smile Eased worry Touch Instilled confidence Care Furnished love Compound provisions Toward transition pending She gathered the vestiges Until Crisis kidnapped And Hope was lost. In honor of my mothers caretaker who was willing to embrace … Continue reading
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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…
Slithering in on a quick call – Chit chat – Admonishment of behavior .= Remember When Nailing the point — Pimped to the neighborhood Then gotta go No time … Continue reading