Saturday morning short form

Mid FebruaryMockingbird has a new songMore! More! February walkPuppy in a sweaterStill she shivers Droopy yellow leavesAmaryllis says “enough!”Winter doldrums  a collage   snapping        against             birdsong    burrowed deep in the contented silence across a fertile land pressed flowers sleeping crickets the neighbor’s July wave    […]

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt #345

Snowing and blowingdoves and wrens at the feedersuddenly detente Snowing and blowingmy husband frying baconbirds at the feeder Ron is not working today, so he wrote a haiku also: Falling, the seasonWinds blow seed snow chirping soundsRefuge porch- Feed the birds A link to the challenge:https://ronovanwrites.com/2021/02/15/ronovan-writes-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-345-bird-and-blow/#respond

Flying with (week 2 assignment)

Flying with angels, accidents and an albatross   across                                  large and hungry Flying with blessings, babies and blackbirds   below                     4 and 20 baked in a pie           […]

January Squares

Nasturtium can still beCharles Olson’s flowerand maybe like my motherhe instructed his daughterto soak the little wrinkledseeds in a custard cup ofwater overnight, so theywould sprout quicker inthe sickly soil next to theback door. Thinking ofthe shades of orange andthe veiny round leaves ofJuly- this is my nose-gay now. Inspired by p. 632, The Maximus […]

January Squares and Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Prompt #342

Rough air and angelsAnticipate turbulenceTowing the season Rough Air It does not rain in spaceThere is space between the rainWhere angels flyTowing dreams tetheredBehind their wingsAerial advertising withAcrobatic towplanes toting aBanner over the beach Anticipate turbulenceRough air ChopA little shaking lets you know you’re aliveMaybe the wings snap offWhere are the angels now?Make sure your […]