Tag Archives: Winter
Whitewashed roadways, sodium chloride crush, bad for my blood pressure. Every auto is winter white. Veils of fine snow mist dance across the frosted ground, sweeping up into grey white skies and fluttering down to find the space between hat … Continue reading
It’s swirling white on a sepia day and the season is still called autumn. Blustery plumes of flakes fall and winter has not yet come. I’m a displaced green girl just looking for a patch of sun.
Approaching the colder days stepping into the season of chill searching my heart for a positive note finding it, despite my will. You make the season of decay beautiful although it represents death, more so slumber, for the well rooted … Continue reading
I will miss you when you’re gone, sorely and longingly. You can’t even know how I welcome your companionship, despite your flighty ways, I wait patiently for your presence. I do what I can to welcome you as a gracious … Continue reading