Tag Archive: nature

Dappled

I breathe in light a dappled morn the path, my feet its free, To mull the raise a leap beyond the snap, the cold its breeze.  I wander close a tread before the… Continue reading

Out of the Sky

Colour bursts bright here Splashes of rose red given As gift to the soul   For out of the sky Whispering spark ignites and Words fall into place.   Paula Antonello Moore, Haiku.… Continue reading

Flaunting

You cannot hear me yet but I see you pass I wink nod but all is left unattended. Twisted and locked in my way You think me withered but I am not, only… Continue reading

Today doesn’t feel like Winter

Today doesn’t feel like Winter there is a lightness in the air a Lightness in my soul it’s where I want to be   Today doesn’t feel like Winter the snow is still… Continue reading

‘Let’s Take it Outside’

I’m dreaming of SPRINGING AHEAD, that clock burst forward when we can say “Farewell WINTER!” and welcome the breath of inspiration, Breezy days of warmth and sunlight Walks of glory A spirit thawed… Continue reading

Chilled

A frosty sheath rests on heavy laden arms that wait for Sun’s warm kiss. When blue above boasts a clear crisp dawn beckoning a lightness of heart, Booted feet will dance and the… Continue reading

Exuberant

I just returned from a brisk wintry walk. The sun was shining and I was happy. Happy to have TWO FEET! A year ago this weekend I broke my ankle. I was standing… Continue reading

In the Lull

In the Lull before it starts, before the storm, I sit and wait in the lull. Before the rush, before the rise, I strain and gaze. In the Lull before it moves, before… Continue reading

The Symphony Rests

Naked trees make me sad “Hold on,” I pine but their arms extend grasping nothing letting go airy breezes whip up cut through and the Symphony rests barren hope “oh, to be clothed… Continue reading

You cannot reach Me Still

When the music Of the breeze dances in air It’s swish and sway flitting the gloom When the magic of leaves Singing their boast Carry soul to lofty skies When trail of foot… Continue reading