Christmas Day The moon is shining in the sky The stars are twinkling down The frost is glistening on the grass And on the rooftops ’round And I am sitting in my bed And thinking of the way One night turned all nights upside down And made this Christmas Day.
Savannah (89 Words) Intro by thunder: golden eve To case live boughs made émeraude In molten, sparkling filigree— Above the rain swept roads of old.
True Life (46 Words) Pictures on the wall my stand Day and month and year No picture ever yet can catch The memories we hold dear
Land of the Dead (94 Words) Over the gray mountains So it is said Lies a Valley of Shadows The Land of the Dead.
Song of the Roamer (78 Words) Where are you going So far from your home What are you seeking And why do you roam
Noise (84 Words) The traffic starts At six a.m. At five o’ clock It starts again The noise and rush is no surprise The world is quiet in your eyes.
Time (28 Words) Time is running You stand still If you don’t run Time always will
To L– How often is it said that life’s a dream And we the leaf-light drifters in its wake Who spin by winds on ripples made of “seems,” The visions Heaven breathes for our soul’s sake: A world caught in a water-drop we see That shines for one brief moment like a star Within thisContinue reading “To L–”
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I will see cherry blossoms today dancing lightly in the April breeze crenellated puffs of softest pink jostling, welcoming, anticipating meetings under the arch-browed branches: where petals scamper round the feet of once deplete, now wealthy hearts surfeit with delight not won, but given in sweet abandon from…
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