Wind Instruments – A Poem*

Summer’s glow bakes ink off t-shirts Its waves swaying drapery tassels, as Potted plants wilt into plucked roses. Some deploy target fans of paper lace While others mop handkerchief faces. Instead of dozing in summer’s billows, Let us open wide rose paned windows, Invite in trade winds to play cornetts, Rehearsing on wood wind instruments,Continue reading “Wind Instruments – A Poem*”

Sandy Hourglass – A Poem

Moment’s aperture The glass of metered intention Sandy hourglass of the fourth dimension Time is it’s own starter, bejeweled sweeper Stopwatch hands and checkered flag waver. Galaxy historian to cosmic stars The immortal gatekeeper, The wisdom and witness of Eden. Tides and the seasons plan in its garden Galaxies are oblivious to it; it doesContinue reading “Sandy Hourglass – A Poem”

La Noche – A Poem

Iridescent twilight strides like a wooing peacock’s train, Confidently hovering over la noche’s blue celestial terrain. Twilight coaxes Sunset to extend her golden slipper tour, For the sake of adoring hearts uplifted by her gilded star. Car horns fitted in halogen coats and rubber pumps, crow. Denizens from the city night buses glow under streetlight,Continue reading “La Noche – A Poem”

The Scroll – A Poem (A Tale)

Uncovered in a Tasmanian rock quarry, A fossilized scroll of the sage Tutenant, Of the ancient ant kingdom of Hillovant. The following, its transcribed fragment: – “Remember your wisdom O venerable ant member, You command great armies without a commander. Following the community ant steps of one another, You render impossible treks possible without GPS,Continue reading “The Scroll – A Poem (A Tale)”