Oh mix my metaphors like oil vinaigrette Dance salsa to my heart in Balsamic duet Crisp my leaves embalmed in blue cheese ‘Till a thousand islands resurrect Atlantis.
Winter’s powdered sugar shaker, Waves it wand over the city’s acre, Whipping snow, like dusting sugar On chocolate mascarpone baklava. Brushing filo pastry in the center Lane, as smooth cake-pan tires Unprepared for winter’s cooler, Slide, like brushed melted butter Over pâtisserie trays of dainty eclairs.
[Words of Encouragement I – Link Here] Fellow bloggers: You write, snap photographs, paint, share your research, All the while, holding fast clarity’s pen, camera or brush, On syllabic tableaus, portrait poses and prose frescos, Publishing in the quagmire sandstorms of today’s malaise. As the world reverberates in the Gethsemane of its crucible camouflage, YourContinue reading “Words Of Encouragement II – A Poem”
“In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that are unknown, and in between them, there are doors.” ― William Blake
Upward in the Empyrean domain, Where peace is Heaven’s throne; Where fire rose from the abyss, To vanquish its cold void of Chaos, Where Paradiso bows to The Eternal City, Where love gives form to humanity, There, it embraces us all; As a family of One.
There is more to Mathematics, than counting games to amuse, Or solving the quotient of a parabolic hypotenuse. Than figuring the trigonometric marvels of the Pyramids, Or, solving assumptions of the truly infinite of infinity’s limits. For, not even the beauty of Euler’s number can quantify, The complex answers that so warmly in the mindContinue reading “Math – A Poem”
Autumn stirs the morning coffee with a cream pendulum, Pressing Winter’s grind from the water of October’s Bodum. Harvest, a time of gleaning, borne from fervent resolutions In tilled soil; this year’s plans, aspirations and reflections Germinated in the green house savannas of imagination, Filling fall baskets of manifested regalia; Skadi’s purse, dispensed as heContinue reading “Polar Kingdom – A Poem”
Uh oh The weather outside is zero Feels like snow, you know. Uh Oh, gotta go Fit a set of snowplows as tires On the charioteer, 2005 LeSabre And, a stir stick for her windshield – To wisk away frost, ice and snow Like trademark Frappuccinos Ordered at drive-thru windows. Uh oh gotta go ShoppingContinue reading “Uh Oh – A Poem”
Expectant doors in cornice trim Miter hope in architrave frames. Persistent will, opens and close To Janus’ porchlight porticoes Drafting a sanctum in the heart Built to order on Elysium’s lot.
Sunrise’s poses in the frame of the horizon, Snapping lounging leaves basking in the sun. Nature’s colors emblazon autumn’s canvas, Hoisting easels to paint Gaia’s masterpiece; Dipping branched brushstrokes of conifer, In wadding pools of rooted juniper.