Goblin Summer Song (69 Words) God is singing in the summer Rolling out the leaves of green Straightening the little weedlings And spreading every songbird’s wing.
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.
Seaside Song (131 Words) Was a sailor, sailor lad Fell into the salty brine Hit his head and caught his legs In seaweed thick and tough as twine. A mermaid fair with curling hair Saw him drowning in the deep Cut him free and brought him low To her coral home for sleep.
Midnight Song (53 Words) Farewell, my friend, a new day’s come, With midnight so must I be gone, Like specter to his lonely grave, Now bedward go we, saints and knaves.
Wood Watchers (99 Words) Sometimes you are bathing in the forest. At other times, I am not at all certain that the forest is not bathing itself in you. “Don’t look,” I said to Jack. “Keep playing. I think it likes you.”