Tagged: winter

Song of Winter 1

Song of Winter

Poem   The crispy yellow leaves blow over the stones Like the last fragments of summer, Whispering of all the golden memories they saw. Everyone walks a little bit faster. A bitterness is in...

Self-Reflective Poem 0

Winter’s Midas

Self-Reflective Poem   My chest feels like an emptied stone cave Nestled in the peaks of pine-ridden mountainside In which a giant, brown grizzly once hibernated But decided to finish his sleep months earlier...

Love Resignation Poem 0

Of An Autumn Winter

 Love Poem   You starved the emotions out of me as a winter’s frost Bringing forth the sugars from the leaves Turning them to the rusts and yellows that bleed out through these pores...

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...

Prose Poetry 0

Tempest

Haibun Poem   Syracuse wind chime in back sings. Outside light flashes on. The wind blows on and on. Soon, I’ll step out into it. Shudder at the thought hot bite of oatmeal— last...