June

June,irises spent,lilies bloomingallium bursting like aliensnice cream and cherriesblue and strawberriesbarefoot walks in the yardfollowed by hammock respiteJan 6 committee hearingsopen windows and ceiling fansgreen, green and more greenenergetic thunderstormsmoon phases swallowed by tree leavesa good place to be today,June All photos in the collage were taken in my neighborhood in Troy, MI

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Morning Moon

I am looking for the morning moon a waning crescent curl today, the sun has risen fully so, she will have to share her shine The Day Twenty-eight prompt is to write a concrete poem, a poem in the written in the shape of its subject.

Beloved

Come to me tonight dear oneLet my eyes rest uponyour glowing countenance I know you are thereeven when you don’tgrace me with your presenceI know you have many other loversbut my love for you abides My whole history intertwines withyour ever-changing selfI’m dejected when you hide behind petulant cloudsI laugh with delight when you tease … More Beloved

Moondance

Ah, Moon, I gravitate to your grace,admire how your beauty dances a pas de trois with Sun, Earth Your spirit, inspired by Sun,interprets this intensity,offers your choreographyto Earth Who keeps you at a distanceso we see your light perspectivein waxing/waning forms from afar We don’t see your pocked faceor your rocky spheroid body,just your unique rendering of Sun’s light,  Your creative process ofconstant interpretive dancedeepens my attraction toyour rhythms Your imagination… is mostly an accidental dance between collected memory and influence… a construction that awaits … More Moondance

Love Poems

“Notice my creation for you,” god keeps reminding me through soft wind whispers. So, I notice the way dark lines of empty branches thrust themselves against the soft blue sky. I notice how creation is over the top with variety, squirrels black, red, and grey fluffy tails or wispy ones, symphonies of bird songs each … More Love Poems

Transitions

autumn leaves fallen half-moon plays in wind-swept clouds changes fill the air Photo by Pawel Czerwinski courtesy of Unsplash

Y?

Once we thought the world was flat till Pythagoras watched the roundness of the moon Franklin’s stormy kite and key set groundwork for Edison to tame electric power Before we noticed trees communicate we thought of them as fixed, unfeeling beings Knowledge gives foundation for new queries as reality always ends in why Graphic courtesy … More Y?