An ode to Mother Nature; poems that take their inspiration from the great outdoors.
Instantaneous soliloquies of beauty hasten to drip from my lips… Breathtaking expressions of boldness conquering the vast drabness of societies masses humble even the most obnoxious fools….
I am the leaf
I awake. It's dark, I can feel tiny drops of water everywhere. The breeze blowing silently in the night. I feel a chill as it sweeps over me.
Winter in Kentucky is strange. Weather in Kentucky in general is just plain weird. I walk outside and to my eyes behold! Snow that was packable.
Blades of her hair flew as thirsty grass Billowing out from a mind of earth rich A soul that thirsts for light and suffers in the winter
Different Kind of Power
Different Kind of Power The cuteness is making me nauseous, but that's ok, I'm not cautious of these pandas playing with bamboo
Destroyer of Snow.
Snow Clumps of white snow lay on green trees. A conquered empire brought to their knees. With a blue sky as their witness,
Gloomy clouds of gray and white, why are you not so bright? In a sea of blue and gold, why have you not more colors to behold?
Frost covered blades, deer dine in pale light. Concerto of crunches, meadow wakes, sunrise. Trees dusted,
I don’t want to lose the lightning when I’ve already lost the stars I want to hear the thunder crash because I can’t lose any more
Bitterness & Trust
I bit into an apple that I thought was still fresh. I thought I had more time to enjoy it. My teeth sank into the core— Rotten.
I always wondered what life would be like with no sounds at night. If it would be calm and soothing, Or empty and scary.
A SIMPLE WISH
I look into your eyes, I see the pain and the lies, I hear the sound of hope in your voice, You are in this place not by choice,