nature breathes life into each moment with each day the sun shines the rain falls seasons change the earth smiles life is good © Eugenia Hoffman Tricubes poetry form Each line contains three syllables.Each stanza contains three lines.Each poem contains three stanzas image source - Pixabay
Let my spirit soar, Upon a rising tide. To stretch my fingers across, This heavenly sky. Untethered is my being, As sweet peace comes rushing in. As foot leaves the ground, And heart swells to bursting. I rise with a rising eddy, Aware of firm earth far beneath my wings. Come and take my outstretched … Continue reading Take A Moment- Michael Erickson
Now is the time for excitement, As my side of this globe tilts toward the sun. Warmth returns to these coldest parts, As I remember once forgotten dreams. Peace do I find as life digs deep, Awakening in that which was once frozen. Endless does my soul stretch, No longer worried by frost bitten thoughts. … Continue reading I Live For Green- Michael Erickson
Let's experiment with a poetry form today called Ballade Poetry, #29 of a collection of 100+ Poetic Forms.
awaiting the echoes from mountains, melodies transform nature's beauty into music © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now it’s time for Eugenia to follow her dreams by doing things she enjoys…spending time with family, learning, sharing, traveling, and writing … Continue reading Sing, sing a song – Eugenia – abhanga
a new season arrives with ease and simplicity. mother nature smiles with pride while kindred souls embark on new pursuits, their high hopes whoosh with greatness, their plans mapped out with consideration and preciseness. to galumph would be unfortunate. a new life chapter is prepared and willing to be written while standing on the edge … Continue reading Refreshing – Eugenia
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
blue birds in song, their laughter transported to the colors of my mind lest our thoughts hued in darkness spring migration takes us home © Eugenia Hoffman Eugenia enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now it’s time for Eugenia to follow her dreams … Continue reading Throwback Friday – The long way home – Eugenia
Let's experiment with a poetry form today called Triversen Poetry, #27 of a collection of 100+ Poetic Forms.
I am not on the same page with mom nature. My wish for a blue bird day sparked guffaws, and my references thought as tomfoolery. I feel frozen and vulnerable to a chilled wind as mom nature dresses and undresses my limbs at her convenience, not mine. It’ll take a blizzard of thoughts and a … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Being a tree ain’t easy – Eugenia