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This micropoem is loosely based on a poem I wrote called Goosebumps which can be found on Jacqueline C Nash Poetry Absent I rouse from sleep Sense your body close to me Feel you stroke my hair I turn to face … Continue reading
Trees They stand like skeletons trees bared stripped of leaves, limbs reaching to the skies awaiting the magic Spring weaves.
Earth’s Secret The cold bleak earth a secret keeps Incubating life that beneath it sleeps When warm days arrive in Spring Earth will reveal everything
Snowdrops Snowdrops quivering Their heads like pearls, nod as the cold wind blows Little white lanterns to brighten our days until Winter’s close
Crows High above angry crows brawling Frantic squawking Wings flapping Shiny black feathers falling Silently slowly Twisting turning Settling
Numb I am numb, dying beneath this skin, my edges fraying, coming apart stitch by stitch, and my heart; my heart is past caring.