Remembrance Day Poem: The November Wind

Image by enriquelopezgarre from Pixabay   My annual poem for Remembrance Day.   The November Wind   The wind blows cold  in November across the fields of memory and the fallen Across the rows of poppies among the graves The wind blows cold in November Lest we forget the sacrifices of the dead.    ... Continue Reading →

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: Endings

And we have come to the final day of National Poetry Month, and I bring you a poem appropriately titled, Endings. Image by Masashi Wakui from Pixabay   Endings   Standing the rain on the edge of my horizons,   He wanted to talk   the patter on my umbrella echoing my thumping heart  ... Continue Reading →

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 26: Journey

Today, for Day 26, I give you a haibun, an interesting mix of prose poetry and haiku. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay   Journey   A dusty road, down from the mountains, leaving the snow-capped peaks behind. Tired footsteps, echoing loss and regret. A lowered head, a soft sigh, aching muscles, but he walks onward.... Continue Reading →

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