Tag Archives: sigh poems
… This poem is a perfect storm. The abnormal crawlings and clawings of a wayward gypsy heart. Clouds are forming, global word-warming, drops waiting to spill. Beware saltwater and too much silence, the violence of scattered whim and will, wonder … Continue reading
They say she’s just going through a phase, but I know she’s a moody blue, so I tuck her in with sacred limbs, …………snow, and sigh -lence. .. inspiring visual and prompt from over at margo‘s.
.. in the languid wink of a butterfly’s flutter by, ……….a sneeze of breeze, i de (sighed) these muttering trees might have some wisdom i can keep. .. Written for Poetic Asides.
. baby, this day’s gone cloudy with a chance of some cycloned gray, a stray heart wanting, a swirl to keep all fears at bay. a say, when all the rest begs sigh -lence. . title phrase coined by … Continue reading
. They tell us keep it simple, silly. (kisses ever better fate than wisdom) but it isn’t always easy to know the value of pi, man. New prompt site, a prompt each day. 🙂
2am and she calls me ’cause I’m still awake. “Can you help me unravel my latest mistake? I don’t love him…winter just wasn’t my season.” – Anna Nalick, Breathe . It falls soft on everything, makes even harsh seem beautiful: … Continue reading
“What is reasonable is real” – Hegel … They say she’s the real deal. But she’s an un -reasonable soul, really, attempting to cultivate con …….-tent ……………-ment amidst all this crazy sway. She’s seeking some softer -er sound than silence, … Continue reading