Tagged: poem 5

first snow 1

First Snow

Poem   Swollen, the dark sky opens at last; From the cloud pours swirling white. Flakes come drifting down like fairy feathers From the afternoon sky. Softly at first, then heavier and heavier, ‘Til...

Poem About Winter 0

The Angst of Winter

Poem About Winter   The sky doesn’t bleed. That makes today special. Momma used to say the bad days only make the good ones brighter. If true then days like today should make the...

Poem About Vices 0

Ode To My Vices

Poem About Vices   You dull my mind And turn me blind But I need you Don’t I? Don’t lie. I need truth too. I hate you, so much, But I can’t give you...

San Francisco 0

City By The Bay

The fog is yet lingering on my skin The salted sea crystallizing on my lips Trances of the place I had always been Golden Gates welcoming every eclipse Massive burritos from sidewalk taco trucks...

Gift 0

Gifts

A mustache switches Sides, left, right, as he decides holding a beige peacoat up, tilting his head, left, right, in Banana Republic women’s section, two days before Christmas. His gold wedding ring shining next...

Poetry Freestyle, Lonely Woman 0

‘Cuse Me

Free Verse Poetry   I’ve lost your letters, those ancient, drained of significance, budgeted posts. Somehow they were lost to me among the squatting pestilence and in the elusive streets called bitter and false...

Rustic Neighborhood 0

From Afar

Walking by an unfamiliar part of my old neighborhood. Seeing the screen door of a brown house with a steep lodge-like roof And the white empty Victorian chair. They are waiting for the warm house...