Seasons Turn

This is a roundabout poem done in 8, 6, 4, 4, 6 syllables per stanza and in the rhyme scheme of abccb/bcddc/cdaad/dabba. Enjoy! Seasons pass as changes abound Spring lopes in like a deer flowers blooming pollen looming sinus never feels clear. Summer sun wakes the birds, I fear. Morning song is screeching bury myContinue reading “Seasons Turn”

Autumn (a Poem)

Apples, red and green, spilling from the trees. Pulling pumpkins from the garden, everything’s deceased. Spices wafting up from pie, cobblers dripping oats, fruity cider with cinnamon, hot drinks begin to flow. Football games outdoors require hoods and fleece. Watch the breath mist out, squeezing hands up long sleeves. Smoke billows from houses as fireplacesContinue reading “Autumn (a Poem)”