Category Archives: Poetry
literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm; poems collectively or as a genre of literature.
Guardian A storm forced sea batters Kelp obscured cliffs. The frosty mist, Deluge the whistling rock And mortar cone walls. In the distance, A single powerful light is seen, Flooding the sapphire blues of the water. Like a mother’s … Continue reading →
Morn Darkness yields, Cool winds blow, Cross the frost. A golden crest blossoms, Painting the land anew, the day breaks Lonesome heavens Bled reddish dawns On mountain tops. Woods shivered ancient sunrise in their slumber. Rivers cried their mirrors inside … Continue reading →
Mary Kay The silence that echoed the room Where kids initially will equip The board staring so deep at me It’s slates as empty as the wind The playgrounds look scattered Though it has experienced many laughs Of … Continue reading →
CITY O’ city majestic as man’s elusive dreams. Walls towering of concrete, and glass. Streets, and subways carry life’s blood. borders reach beyond range of eye. Spawned of man’s labors you stand defiant of time. as light reflects from your … Continue reading →