A Found Poem – Closing National Poetry Month


  A Found Poem   Flightless wings know very well Authenticity lives in death The song of May reminds us that Mother’s Day is near and a Mother’s fear grows more today Because The Promised Land no longer sows Bluebells in the sunshine Beside the old Trail of Hope Where I used to collect my dreams one by one But despite the awful things That … Continue reading A Found Poem – Closing National Poetry Month

We Are Who We Love And No One Can Change That


We are who we love and no one can change that. We are a part of their souls; We met somewhere in time; And the memory remained.   We are who we love and no one can change that. Our hearts knew each other before we became earthly. The awareness was purposeful. The love was simply too great. It could be said, It was fate. … Continue reading We Are Who We Love And No One Can Change That

Confusion


“Lack of understanding; uncertainty,” is the dictionary definition. I can only express my rendition with a mosaic of curved lines which I myself cannot understand. Cause I envision Peace. But really all there is, is division. Cause I dream of a new idealism, full of optimism, perhaps a neologism like neo-spirtualism, everyone understanding that prolonged confusion cannot continue cannot continue.           … Continue reading Confusion