Sigh

We cannot stop the rolling of Time persistent steady ever-flowing But in moments Gems of life we can pause LIVE more deeply and let TIME drift on without a fight.   Paula Antonello… Continue reading

And a little

A simple breezy afternoon emotions dancing settling in across happy faces wine glass in hand and a little thin crust pizza.   Paula Antonello Moore, Prose. Copyright: Monday, August 14, 2017. Image: Terra… Continue reading

The Captain Still

The changing light drifts in sparkle winks that fade, still ever bright and strong. Contradiction sits in a face so missed and dear as every year passes.   Paula Antonello Moore, Haiku. Copyright:… Continue reading

Elusive

I reach for the light it pesters and floats drifting from hand it dances and crawls escaping from here it rests and stills infusing the heart it leaps and collapses into angry bursts… Continue reading

Comradery

…in moments here a quest in thought to be, reveal in comfort… as light fades now and laughter ignites a toast to all and bonds entwine ever stronger, bliss.   Paula Antonello Moore,… Continue reading

Flouncy

flouncy I feel free to flow fresh fancy and festive freeing the flow changes me here and I rest.   Paula Antonello Moore, Prose. Copyright; Saturday, July 22, 2017. Image: Flouncy by P.A.… Continue reading

Uplift

We wonder why these whys we raise the wonder where we sit perceiving pieces placed in paths peace ponderings and paced the uplift up unimaginable here unused unique we smile and countless colours… Continue reading

Salutations

A pause flowing bright in concrete daze.   Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Sunday, July 16, 2017. Image: Hibiscus breath by P.A. Moore.

Ephemeral

Catching colour bright in a fleeting moment here a sigh so breathless AS Rainbow trickles down and glory makes a play for life-full lifted rays.   Paula Antonello Moore, Haiku. Copyright: Sunday, July… Continue reading

Red Flower

I saw a girl with a red flower today it dangled from hand waving its smile made me wonder what was in store for her and the flower.   Paula Antonello Moore, Prose.… Continue reading