Poetry

Napoleon

Strength and courage, he has to show; All things great, he thinks he must own. Short, yes; but shortsighted, he’s not; He’ll conquer the world wearing a top hat.   The biggest voice; it must be heard, One king rules… Read More ›

Blue Skies

Far, far away Somewhere where skies are gray Looking forward to an unfolding Of sky blue and golden rays   The arrival of the destined one To complement and cement Making whole What has been fractioned too long   Close,… Read More ›

Change

Change can be terrifying Disrupting everything held dear Even bad habits that prove tiring We hold them tight out of fear   What if I hate this new thing? What’s the new replacing the old? What will this change really… Read More ›

Strong

With a cool, calm air Seemingly unphased Tongues wag, eyes stare Still, she strides without a care   She’s been through far worse They may not see the scars No sharp tongue, no eye compares To lifetimes fighting wars  … Read More ›

Mundane

Quietude or bustle Whether a stroll, or a shuffle Time goes by slowly Nothing out of the ordinary   Hills sit quietly watching Rivers rush on by Cattle crossing unperturbed Birds swooped down take flight   Inner turmoil takes a… Read More ›