Personified Impermanence

The God's of the elements wrap and uncurl essences of their perfume.The guardian angels of the planet, they leave their imprints wherever they go.Concluding we know the natural wonders and phenomena revealing and concealing themselves, we concretely assume.When the clouds' burden becomes too much, water returns to Earth, to nourish the parched landGaia howls for … Continue reading Personified Impermanence

Nature

Nature is a great teacher But alas! humans never learn I wish we could be like fire Fiery and unyielding The only weapon against darkness Nature is a great teacher But alas! humans never learn I wish we could be like the plants Peaceful and giving Restoring the life force - oxygen! Nature is a … Continue reading Nature

A furball of cuteness

Curiosity beckons Shy little kitten explores his world one teeny step at a time. To his audience, he is a furball of cuteness overload. To him, the audience looks threatening like potential threats. He runs and jumps, out of their reach. Tired, he rests for a while safe, under a table. This poem was written … Continue reading A furball of cuteness

Home – A Haiku

Memories of home Break my heart and make me weep a long way from home This post was written in response to the Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 361. The words for this week are home and weep. The challenge is to write a Haiku using the two words. Click on the link … Continue reading Home – A Haiku

Did someone say fish? – A Limerick

Did someone say fish? Oh! There's something in my dish My stomach is grumbling away,as I slowly make my wayto whatever is in my dish. This poem was written in response to Sadje’s What Do You See prompt #85. Thank you, Sadje for hosting this challenge. The challenge is to use the picture prompt as inspiration to … Continue reading Did someone say fish? – A Limerick