fire and ice combine as glistening frozen leaves reflect the sunset colours shivering in the golden glow as winter’s grip takes hold
heaviness my head feels too large for my neck eyes unfocused staring at nothing silent cotton wool head achy ear dreaming of climbing under duvet and sleeping for days but knowing I can’t and I won’t feeling a draining blanketing gloom like a mist hanging heavy over the river separated from the world it’s there…… Continue reading today
everything waits there is no breeze amber leaves hang motionless a still silent sky painted solid white nothing breathes only numbness cold cold fingers wide open eyes staring at treetops stark silhouettes everything waits to be awakened by your touch
tears have fallen from the sky as nature mourns time passing the fires that rage in treetops high will fade too soon tears frozen
the change in season poetically addressed such a glut of words we must make word jam as colours change and forests blaze here mid bryn and cwm and enveloping coedwig change cannot be missed daily journey painted more brightly every day slows us down to stare it would be remiss not to note the change…… Continue reading Change
I’ve been through the dying days of autumn where all was drying, cracking, ending I’ve been through the silent days of winter where all was empty, frozen, lonely This feels like spring despite October written on the changing leaves Springtime came, false start at first with storms and sudden icy blasts of lies But that…… Continue reading Spring in October
Where did you go, warm summer days? Where have you taken your sunshine and flowers? The air grows colder now, the blossoms fade The evenings are darker, the light slips away Life is ending, the pulse of nature thins Soon the trees will shed leaves and stand bare And I will look for you there…… Continue reading Where did you go?