Flickr.com Creation-peace as the canvason which topaint a freshnew beginning of hope andjoy for all mankindDevour thelush watercolorsa landscapea landslideof unconditional loveflooding the planetBright rainbowslove is love is lovefor othersfor brothersfor sisters in all colorsmelting pot of LOVE. ©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg
Eli Edward Evangelidis (2018)Used with Permission What choice is this to make, to take another’s life to sustain my own? Caught between steel blade and grey stone, an innocent white lamb and the devil’s own the path is strewn with littered bones no beauty here only cankered moonstonesleft poisoned, tainted by the ancient croneswhose wild madness was their ownwith a lasting … Continue reading The Innocent and the Damned
Beneath the blanket of blue moonlightbeautiful mountains murmur an ancient soulful songfrom deep within rock grey stone as verdant trees dance and swaycreating sacred poetry rustling in the last sweet summer rain.
Is it black or whitethat which fades from sightBetweenwhat is wrong or rightcloaked in graphite nightUnseenbut in crystal lighttempting with delightEnraged lovers fightrun away in spitea screamwhen passion holds tightovertakes with mightextremethat which fades from sightIs it black or white ©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg
“Trees indeed have hearts.”― Henry David Thoreau Does a tree dream in vivid colors as it sleeps in the cloistered forestwith fertile earth on gnarled roots while it sways in the promising breeze.And as it views the kaleidoscope world from every trembling greening leafdoes it look at the intricate designs as rampant nature repeating itselfin the shape of each blooming … Continue reading In Dreams of Trees
Good Morning Everyone- I am pleased to share with you a list of Megha's most recent published poems as well as poetry readings in the New Jersey area. If you are in Jersey, please check it out. Megha is kind enough to share the sites where she has been published, and remember it is a … Continue reading Published in April!
If the fragrant jasmine no longer blooms during spring's pearl moon, Will I at last forget its aromatic delight floating on the breeze of memories of you when I close my eyes?And if the joyous mockingbird should with suddenness stop crooning, Will past melodies warbled live on in a lethargic summer wind?Will we remember them with affection as when they were first sungin … Continue reading If the Jasmine Should Cease to Bloom
I'm riding a lime green dragonfly to the silvery moon to pick a snow white wishing dandelion waiting there for meHere in this vastness in the indigo night watch sky It's only the dragonfly, the dandelion, the moon, and I.Upon encountering the raucous North wind with joy we raise our voices and sing, blowing the white wisp weeds-to-be we … Continue reading Dragonfly Dreams and Dandelion Seeds
Hi Everyone! I am thrilled to announce two of my stories have been published in anthologies this month. It is such a thrill to have my words appreciated, not only by all of you but others as well. Without the encouragement and support of everyone (you, my family, my friends, my followers), I would not have … Continue reading Published!
Good Morning Everyone! Megha has had another fabulous month. Below are the list of publications where her works were published for March, and she is kind enough to share it with us all. These are great resources for all writers should you decide to pursue them. Please join me in congratulating Megha on her tremendous … Continue reading Published Works- March!