Mother grew a garden,it met our every need.She tended it with careand gave to us the key. We skipped and jumped,Eyes wide with glee.We gazed with aweat her beauty. We gobbled her fruitand drank from her spring.We sat by her brook,though it got boring. We plucked her branchesleaf by leaf.We dug up her groundfor more bounty. Little fingers terrorizedbeasts… Continue reading Forgiving Nature’s Keeper
White fangs glisten in the darkness of my mindAngry at injustice and the blindness of mankindScreaming headsDance of deathFury of all time.I look for quietness but the door is barred by hateI eat my fill of love and greed but I cannot satiateTurn the clockStomp the fireMy child retaliates.Finger points out at the world but… Continue reading Angry At Injustice
I slowly backed away and headed hurriedly down the hallway towards the staircase. My new companion chided ¨Ahar Matey! Ahar Matey!¨ My head buzzed with the new information as I opened the door and stumbled into the shoulder of my most esteemed friend...(from previous article). "June!" I exclaimed. My friend recovered from the stumble and… Continue reading SS Heroes: A Human Odyssey (Part 3)
The warm fall sun dazzles my wings as I hover and swoop over the Valley. The wind rustles the tall willow trees and beaming children play among bright orange pumpkins. I follow a whoosh of air over the main road and find a small frog pond with lily pads. I bask in the sun on… Continue reading The Creative Dragonfly: Water and Its People
the thin cracked walls
and zombies stare
amazed at the maze
A dark shadow casts coolness over my stone and before I know what is happening I have been caught. I hear a voice now, not from inside of me, but the loud voice of an air world creature. A towering human with long brown hair, covered head to toe with cloth, and a hat reading Kejimkujik Researcher, has now encased me in a white netting.