Mustard Yellow – A Poem

Painted facades in racing stripes once a summer rouge, Now travelers and landscape sport a mustard yellow hue. Street lines etch golden filigree in the diamond asphalt. Dividing traffic’s to and fro with its citrine watermark. Triathlon charioteers sporting yellow swoosh joggers Jockey uphill, corn-yellow bikes in herculean fervor. Spectator trees hold aloft their wingedContinue reading “Mustard Yellow – A Poem”

Hovering leaflets – A Poem

Autumn, the earth’s introspection Honoring the terrestrial womb of inception Summer skyward points light unsheathe; Fall plummets, covering what lies beneath Precious few notes capture fall’s sheaves Like the sound of treading on dried leaves Dispensed by Summer’s exit strategy, as she Tosses leaf invitations like betrothal confetti. The hovering leaflets – earring danglers, NimbleContinue reading “Hovering leaflets – A Poem”

Cream puffs – A Poem

Ruminating dulcet dreams of cream puffs, choux Pillow dainties of pastry prophets top the menu. Swirling concoctions ebbing at their soft center, Like summer waves caress sand on the seashore. Into their hallowed labyrinth center patissiers Pipe, angelic fillings dreamy unbridled mysteries Topping their just desserts in liberty’s ganache, Dissolving sticky situations with edible panache.Continue reading “Cream puffs – A Poem”

Font awaken – A Poem

Cornucopia tomes and poems in helvetica saffron, Shed petals as imagination’s paged fonts awaken. Arial kernels like nutcrackers in conifer groves Scale idea mangroves binding stories into folios. Once tossed drafts; flotsam and jetsam genuflect To unrelenting waves in Calliope’s handheld tablet; Its keys, winged foliage exposing trunks of truth – Allowing amber sap ofContinue reading “Font awaken – A Poem”

Somewhere in September- A Poem

Somewhere in the heart of September; it is Spring. Fall leaves planted dignitaries, invisible emissaries Of Spring’s march across earth’s axised hemisphere, Where patchwork color roses bloom gardens there. While we unfold gifted quilts of heirloom treasure, Spring slips forget-me-nots to remind September – Even before winter arrives in a distant hemisphere – That, somewhereContinue reading “Somewhere in September- A Poem”

The Long Blue Blanket – A poem

An unusual scene at a city stoplight, A hooded stranger in the noon light, Body shrouded in a long blue blanket. The figure utters whispers on her plight, Cuddling unbridled tears in the blanket. Onlookers avoid her gaze and she theirs. Passersby kept their distance; she hers. Sadness cloaked sound from the ether, But, herContinue reading “The Long Blue Blanket – A poem”

Cheesy – A Poem

Give me not, wee squares of Gruyere delicacies Punctuating party charcuterie boards, plucked Upon with tooth picks bow-tied with lace doilies. But, hefty handfuls of creamy cured cheesy curds, High on the list of things, of which one never tires. Mac and cheese, those twins of the culinary empire Their Romulus-like elbows hold truckles of cheese:Continue reading “Cheesy – A Poem”