Three short haiku poems, titled “Fireflies,” “Morning Glory,” and “Dusk.” All are nature-themed with nature-inspired imagery.
Browse Original Poetry
“The Piping for the Flocks / The Wanderer,” a composite of two poems — one drawn from The Lord of the Rings and the other from the Book of Deborah.
“In the Name of Love,” a short love poem weaving modified lyrics of “The Gift of Love” into an original poem about the nature of love.
“A Shadow,” a short love poem. Exploring love and partnership within a high-powered relationship. Tells a story that carries through life.
“I Do Not Know,” a short poem about love, loving, commitment, and the meaning of trust. Sea imagery. Dedicated to the one I love.
“The Moon,” a short poem. An attempt at emulating the horror style of the fantastic Edgar Allan Poe. Includes moon and crow motifs.
“The Dilemma,” a short poem about the clash between lone-wolf-ery and family life. Are they in opposition? Do they have to be in opposition?
“Crisis of Confidence,” a short poem with dark themes. Explores a questioning, imploring time and a monumental decision to be made.
“The Christmas Cactus Blooms,” a poem about the flowering of love in winter. Contrast between the cold of winter months and the blooms of a cactus.
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