Make way! Make way! Autumn is leaving, the fourth sister she draweth nigh! gone are the harvest days of farmers and plow as thundersnow arcs across the sky. Winter, my dear, is here once again freezing naked glass in window pane wooden doors bow out, and fir trees begin to bend from the remnants of […]
Of all the things I can pray for Besides peace and the end to war Is that I may be a light in the dark In that pure place where we go To greet the day, a friend, or lover With gentle voice and healing hands To show mercy when there is hurt And show […]
Paris City of light, city of love Fairest art thou in the spring Shadows shuttled cowardice to your doorstep tonight Yet through unknown terror Parisians started to sing Your anthem so rousing and noble Proudly heard throughout the shock, stilled world Your character shone strong in your voices Triumphant even as horror unfurled You brought to a […]
Tangled sheets and tousled hair At three a.m you murmur Updates for me in your dreams about work and the life that you live when you go there But what really gets me Is when you’re awake you need And that need gets me higher and higher See, my husband I exist to feed you […]
I am geeked to show you all this. My friend Kari Higa reimagined my poem, Autumn is her name, into art. Check this out!
Autumn, the wisest of the sisters. With red unbraided hair. Dances across cool night winds to casts spices in the air. She’s the comforter of the four, you see with eyes of palest green She sings the earth to sleep each year, and bids the world to dream Winter is coming before too long The […]