Tag Archive: nature

New Song

Sometimes… I wish I was a tree waving at the whole wide world whooshing, flapping, whipping air into a delightful flighty dance making music there My Leafy coat alive with colourful rays of… Continue reading

A glimmer swells

…in passing  shift a glimmer speaks a soaring swells and a moment raised is nodded to carry on boldly…   Paula Antonello Moore, Prose. Copyright: Tuesday, September 26, 2017. Image: The Rock by… Continue reading

Never Land

Sometimes… I wish I was a bird soaring high above the world sailing, spying, shading myself in the downy softness of clouds stretching out my wings embracing trees feeling them shake and breathe… Continue reading

Another Act

In Unison Voices raise to Mark a DATE laid open upon a page… We Are Another Act that follows the flow of Love lost of Journeys ended in a Hope Surging across a… Continue reading

Savoured Sought

The glass gives sight in haze of view a world unknown comes clearly through but moments missed, distracted fair when oft the glass lays vision bare and though i try to see it… 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

Salutations

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

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

Step beyond Sun

Tiring stroll in rain opens mind to the other side of the Creative.    Paula Antonello Moore, Prose poetry. Copyright: Tuesday, June 27, 2017. Image: Rain flows by P.A. Moore.

Faraway

Cannot break from dream when feet are planted but soul is faraway still.   The coconut sway entraps me here as I try to return to life.    Paula Antonello Moore, Haiku. Copyright:… Continue reading