Tag Archives: Poem a Day

October 13-31 Poem #14-15

Missed a day so, tonight we have a monostitch couplet!

cool breeze, crickets peeping…the night is set for sleeping,

sweet dreams begotten fade to mist at dawn forgotten

~kat


October 13-31 Poem #13

Autumn dawning hush, jasmine flush gilds Gaia’s awning.

~kat


October 13-31 Poem #12

tempest remnants scatter in heaps…we sow what we reap

~kat


October 13-31 Poem #11

speaking of it…the weather…we’re a bit under it

~kat

True story….730 miles from landfall, Michael, now a tropical storm, continues to wreak havoc here in the Blue Ridge valley. We had a deluge of rain in a matter of hours, with catastrophic flooding sweeping through our neighborhoods, rivers and creeks rising. And as a special surprise, when I arrived home from work, the ceiling in our mud room had fallen in. Things could be worse. They could always be worse. I think about the joy I felt as I left the office…the air was cool and there was a wind blowing. I love the wind. We need to savor the good moments. Things can change in an instant.


October 13-31 Poem #10

enough, enough I say of this rain, rain go away

~kat


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