Saturday morning I’m zipping around Ticking off errands The post office and the grocery store The hardware store, the mall Checking my watch Thankfully When I look up The Rocky Mountains Won’t let me forget them Wherever I go They stand Timelessly Above it all — About the poem: The number of ways that […]
March clouds Windy wisps On a blue sky Will you sprinkle a soft white glow? Or are you really going to bury us in snow? — About the poem: So pretty, I thought, on this 50F day. Then, I heard the forecast of an upcoming snowstorm or two. Wait a minute!
One hundred years ago You played right here You and your brother Chasing each other Working and playing Singing and praying The fields stretch to the east As far as the eye can see The hills stretch north and south As far as the eye can see I didn’t know why your family lived here […]
Here I stand shivering Not a leaf left quivering Wondering what you’re whipping up The clouds and storms you’re flipping up Wondering what you’ll bring Oh spring Go ahead, take your time, but I’m nakedly awaiting your design Oh spring — About the poem: This little tree looks so naked, standing on the plains. […]