Monthly Archives: June 2014
Soaring above fields, waters, homes, streams Kids at play, adults at work, dreams in between In the blue peppered with white Everything same, anew; a different site Seeing the world below above.
How do we define the lines in our life? Jagged, coarse, full of strife? Or branches from a growing tree Various leaves representing discoveries? How do we define the lines in our life? Are they the vines hanging down Twisting, … Continue reading
Over This way That way Either way Roam Really coasting Ever floating Swimming ‘round Toward home
The rafters don’t stand a chance The ducks like it just fine. When the drought hits And levels dip The tubers don’t have time To wait for the rains When the sun peeks out And never mind swimmers As … Continue reading
April Showers did bring May Flowers To the tea party of the day What to have, what to drink What kind of games to play? Maybe some petals for the table And some crayons, too. Whatever the party brings today … Continue reading
Forget the bicycle built for two When this tiny motor will do In reducing the time it takes Lessening the distance between me and you. Then again, with a dual-bike It won’t take long to reach the hike And the … Continue reading
Do we seek a holy grail, Fearing death if we should fail? Do we put the wrong things on the pedestal? Failing to see what’s before us all? Do we have a cup that overflows Falling on us blessings or … Continue reading
“When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it.” ~Charles de Lint To what end will we go in circles Random detours, reasoned … Continue reading
I think if Huck had tried it now He wouldn’t get far anyhow. Jim wouldn’t see the closing banks. Opportunity in the open would be a moment of thanks. I think if we tried it now We wouldn’t get far anyhow. … Continue reading
Pretty dogs so nice to touch To share the unwanted items from lunch Coat so soft, replaces the blankie Best friend every, thankie.