poetry

Archives

The Color of Meadow Posies, a poem.

The color feels as light as fog. It is as pretty as the scent of a French girl’s perfume. It has the softness of a mother’s embrace. And can only be heard when snow flurries touch the ground. The taste is of a sweet sugar cane. This lovely color, Is the color of Meadow Posies.

Read More
Archives

Powerful Lessons of Discovery from Confusion

I found this poem in a folder from my childhood. This poem speaks of how I perceived confusion as a child. Confusion is the dark gray of a stormy sky It sounds like the crying of starving children The taste is of stale crackers And the smell of a salty sea An evil curse upon […]

Read More
Archives

How to Use Poetry to Serve your Soul

Poetry is a release, An escape of words, Into the moments beyond us. Thoughts of love, Thoughts of sorrow. Poetry captures the essence, Of the world around us. Allowing our visions, To become words upon the paper. Poetry opens the cap, Of the bottle we hold locked away. April is National Poetry Month, a time […]

Read More
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons