Diligence, intelligence, brilliance Scouring each strand of time Burying myself alive Enfolding Awakening Diligence — About the poem: This morning I stopped on my way back from Denver near Niwot. A bull sat and a dozen horses strolled lazily, while this ladybug in this thistle was on a mission. Eating aphids? But together, the ladybug […]
Ikea has no idea No museum’s art is no more contemporary Than this sky Right now Experiments with shades and hues Oranges and blues The canvas above me Surrounding me All-arounding me Art du jour A study A series By a master On display Plein air art Gracefully mounted In my heart — About […]
Seek and ye shall find Is not Seek and forever keep seeking It isn’t seek and forever be lost, wandering, confused, grasping No Seek and ye shall find A way to feel at home Seek and ye shall find A way to not feel lost anymore Seek and ye shall find That the light you […]
Hot springs minerals Mix with my salty tears First stinging my eyes Then holding me up Each drop Soaking in Each drop A tiny buoy Each drop A memory of you Swimming in tears Swimming in tears Mostly, tears of joy — About the poem: The amazing Glenwood Hot Springs Pool is a place rich […]
If I am complaining, I am not thankful. But when I am thankful, I am not complaining. What else can instantly transform Needy and whiny To awe and joy? Thank you Is the magic word — About the poem: We teach our kids to say Please and Thank You, by saying, “What’s the magic worrrr-rd?” Please […]
Pedaling my bike Sailing through pools of street light Flying through the night – About the poem: I wrote this poem in May. Now, the weather is so hot and humid, you feel sticky just walking around. But hopping on my bike at night …omigosh, heavenly! Suddenly cool and dry and feelin’ goood!
I’m not in a hurry Don’t clock my time It’s just I got this body This great body Built for fun And I gotta run! – About the poem: Raising kids can drive a person crazy, if you don’t allow them to run! Kids gotta run! Plan the day so they can run, and you’ll […]
A little rushed A little mad A little greedy A little bad A little ungrateful A little sad .. About the poem: I’ve found that most of my negative emotions can be quickly dropped, if I slow down, be a little more careful about my actions, and always being more thankful helps. Dang, life is […]