Monthly Archives: August 2012

Bird drama

The chick is a ball of flesh ,from a proud mama’s love, In the wind of the wire , a home away from some trees. The birds are mama and lover ,accountable to the chick On the A.C. unit where … Continue reading

Posted in Nature poetry | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Drizzle

Drizzle happened when we were away In rain, catching it in our palms and hair. We would go through its falling snakes We went inside , much afraid of snakes. They would slip though our eye-lashes And fall right into … Continue reading

Posted in Nature poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Flowers for T.V.

At night I opened the door to tiny flowers Dropping from a fragrant piece of the sky Amid my television trials and tribulations. They were my birds, chicks their fragrance. In the morning they would granulate my air. They were … Continue reading

Posted in Nature poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment

A hole in the asbestos

I am circumscribed by rocks and flowers In a bowl where you saw a surprised hare And now a peacock on top, its blue head Outside eyes, my glass eye fails to touch. The rocks are not yet warm with … Continue reading

Posted in Nature poetry | Tagged | Leave a comment