Tag Archive: spring

The Unbreakable

There is a Tree that stands in New York City. It’s a pear tree more than 40 years old. It was one of many planted and placed in the outdoor space to beautify… Continue reading

It Inspires…

A note, float, coats are shed A light, bright, sight is fed A shirt, flirt, skirt is worn A seed, feed, need is born The skin, thin, spin is done The dance, trance,… Continue reading

Lighter we

Spring Awake Nothing matters Here I’ll take A second more. Want the sun Heavy coldness Anxious fun Locked but sneaking. Mountainous Milling idle Seeking us In newer ground. Eager words Spilling over Hearing… Continue reading

Nakedness

I do not like it when a tree becomes as naked as can be and shakes me up, it brings such woe to see those branches empty blow when arms become mere twigs… Continue reading

A Limerick to Fight a Cold

Fighting a cold in the city Ain’t fun, and not very pretty. Congested up head I live in my bed Sorry, I’m not very witty. Was anxious to savour the Spring I was… Continue reading

The Heart of Easter

Eggs are boiled nice. Colours abound in bright shades. The hunt begins now. The air is lighter Joy rains from blue skies above. Easter has arrived. To me, chocolate Treats are nothing without… Continue reading

Hope…it’s still out there

This morning, at the breakfast table, I looked out and not only saw a small bird (not sure if it was a Robin or chickadee. I’m no birdie.) dancing about the dirty snow.… Continue reading

An Appeal to Winter

Winter bleary chilly coldLessen please the grip you holdLet the hope that we are toldCome true with the sun. Luscious green we long to seePeeking through the Maple TreeLeaves of plenty fresh they’ll… Continue reading

Haiku-ing For Spring

You sit in a vase Buttery yellow, pink, green Please come for real soon. I look at photos Decorating Magazines I want to go there. peekiequeen poetry c. Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014