Patterned Socks – A Poem

Fall colored leaves, stars on the tundra’s curb: If branches were sages; leaves their proverbs; Leaflets oracles proclaiming their ring lineage Etched in the waters of their striated foliage. Perhaps, fall leaves are nature’s patterned socks, A kindness nature weaves from the season’s fabric, Grounding our affections in warm quilted garbs As trees elevate perennialContinue reading “Patterned Socks – A Poem”

Chiseled archway – A Poem

At first glance Gothic styled trees chisel an archway, Hiding a tattered wooden shed with its green canopy. In gracious affinity encapsulating compassion, the tree Perchance plots each branch at just the right schema, Tucking in its leaves accentuating the facade’s patina. Antiquing upscaling the grey tones of decades in situ, Silently sculpting objet d’artContinue reading “Chiseled archway – A Poem”