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Garden Under Clouds

Poem number nineteen NaPoWriMo   A sinister dark cloud, took the garden away, sending a dark shadow, hiding the sun.   Birds in the trees, sang songs of joy, honeybees were buzzing, enjoying nectar from flowers blooming.   Until that … Continue reading

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In Eternity

As an enchanted rock, that remains alone and sorrowful – once you will become.   Then from this garden paradise, lying golden under the sun, you will never stray again.   As a companion rock, to make you happy, I … Continue reading

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Autumn Song

Autumn comes with magical colors, everywhere we look, leaves of red, orange, yellow and brown – crunching leaves beneath our feet.   Orange pumpkins by the roadside, soon will wear their Halloween smiles, piles of colored leaves, making fun for … Continue reading

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Sad Goodbyes

The morning came, with the plop of rain falling down. There was silence from the window, only the raindrops like tears coursing down and I missed the bird choruses so. Now my apple tree stands empty, offering the last apples. … Continue reading

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Winter Garden

  I went through the garden, in the wintertime, flowers deep beneath the snow, were weaving the colors, that would signal – the arrival of spring.   Trees, standing tall in frozen splendor, icy branches shimmering, in the hazy winter … Continue reading

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Drifting Along

I’d like to drift, down a lazy river, hear the water lapping, against my wooden boat.   To drift and look up at a sunny sky and watch the clouds drifting by. To see the birds in flight, floating down … Continue reading

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I Thought I Knew Why

Poem number twenty-nine NaPoWriMo   I thought I knew why. the sky was blue. clouds took on different shapes and sizes and the leaves and grass were green. I thought I knew why, rivers flowed so fast, lakes gleamed in … Continue reading

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