Spring Equinox Sunrise

This morning’s sunrise Kissed as it was with Cold wind and colder frost Was also a sunrise Of warmth and promise A sunrise to mark the balance Of the quiet slumber of death That is beginning to pass With the ecstatic explosion of life That is yet to come A Read more…

Winter Solstice

On this, the darkest of nights Is when the celebration of light Has the most meaning For no matter how dark the sunset This is an ending, beginning Transition to revel in And with open arms, celebrate Celebrate not what we do not have But revel in the joy Of Read more…

Loving A Seed

A puff of dandelion seeds Should not be loved For the fact they may Eventually become yellow flowers Those air-light and whisper-thin seeds May or may not Ever catch hold of the breeze Fly close or further away Find a soft bit of dirt to nestle Grow, develop, and bloom Read more…