Say What You See

What they would say is “Go away.
Leave our young in peace.
But should you dare, well, we’re prepared
To treat like bad geese.”

Photos: “Swans Looking at Me”, above, “Circles of Color Amid Fairy Green”, below linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with the theme “say what you see”. The captions of the photos are me saying what I see in the photos and the poem imagines what I think those swans are saying to me.

Circles of Color Amid Fairy Green

Wild Things

Where they are is everywhere
Even where I’ll never be
And when I look on them there
They don’t care majestically.


“Magpie Amid Rock Formations”, above, and “Magpie on Fence”, below, linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with the theme “Where the Wild Things Are”.

Magpie on Fence

Living in Your Best Light

Should the day bring dismay
In some ominous way
As the clouds fluff their white at the blue
I will say as we stray
Through the beauty of May
That my heart to this light will stay true.


Photos: “Poppies from a Distance”, above, and “Orange and Yellow under an Overcast Sky”, below, linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge.

Orange and Yellow under an Overcast Sky

Copper, Silver and Gold

Instead of coins, the shiny kind,
Give me trees to calm my mind.
Instead of gold or silver please
Remember me in forest breeze.


Photos: “Bright and Shiny”, above, “Somewhere Copper, Silver, Gold”, below.  Linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with the them “copper, silver and gold”.

Somewhere Copper, Silver, Gold

Guess What This Is

Although it’s obvious, I guess
And when my intuition gets it right
And doesn’t make a further mess
I guess that Spring will come tonight.


Photos: “I Have No Clue What This Is”, above, “What Is Anything?”, below. Linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with the theme “Guess What This Is”.

What Is Anthing?

Trip the Night Fantastic

Winter is the annual night
With the outside covered white
Putting on fresh dreams so sleep
Opens wide new eyes to light.

Nighttime is too short to weep.
Memories of joy we keep
And refreshed with inner sight
We take our daytimes ever deep.


Text: This is a variation on the rubaiyat I have been playing with. I will be featuring forms like this on Thursday at dVerse.

Photos:  “Falling Snow”, above, “Snow Leaves the Trees with White”, below. These are linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge with the theme “trip the night fantastic”.

Snow Leaves the Trees with White

Time

There’s time enough for trees to grow
And time for bunnies, too,
And time for hearts to beat and know
The good. May it be true.


Photos: “Branches Mark Their Time With Curves”, above, “Bunnies”, below, linked to K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Prompt. The theme this week is “time”.

Bunnies