I never knew the rising hope, That was mine when I heard your whispers. Upon a sky blackened by the depths of night, My heart took to owl’s wing and flew. Mountains so tall colored the horizon with deep bruises, As the world clawed toward sunrise. I never knew what could spring within this sullen … Continue reading I Never Knew- Michael Erickson
Let's experiment with a poetry form today called Triversen Poetry, #27 of a collection of 100+ Poetic Forms
You’ve left your touch upon my heart, Ringing deep within these bones. I felt the depths of blue glaciers pass, Between deeply laid evergreens. Some only see your frosted surface, And spit defiance and rage agains what I love. Your embrace numbs the hurt upon this soul, And I liquify your insecurities. Oh how I … Continue reading Winter Love- Michael Erickson
Whether or not Todays sunshine shines Across the tops of the Rose garden Whether or not The twittering bird Says hello to the moon You are loved You are loved Whether or not The mailman Says goodbye To the older lady On the stairs Whether or not The baby bear Finds a place To see … Continue reading Throwback Friday- You are Loved by Liyona
Let's experiment with a poetry form today called TriCube Poetry, #25 of a collection of 100+ Poetic Forms
This Place is #24 in this collection I'm calling, very simply, 100+ Poetic Forms.
Today's poem, Certainly, is a Tautogram poem and is #23 of a collection called 100+ Poetic Forms.
Today's poem, Soon Comes Christmas, is a Palindrome poem and is #21 of a collection called 100+ Poetic Forms.
Every second that Lasted longer than A fire's breath I thanked God for you Every moment where We spent looking at The stars I thanked God for you Touch and laugh Heart and soul In the end We were just a moment And I thanked God for you This poem is directly inspired by the Tuesday … Continue reading In the end, we were just a moment. by Liyona
If we never dream of Our sweet union Will it make the Lack of the thing More bearable than The slight hope that A life will find And cherish us All of our days? This poem is directly inspired by the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge found here at Go Dog Go Cafe. The prompt this time was … Continue reading If we never by Liyona