The Squirrel

Poetry: The Squirrel by Liam With the summer fled and autumn storm comes hope This golden leaf no longer green but flies, spins dancing in the skies Each trunk echos to a season past tall stretch, reach out grope To us, we see the beauty cast and fall in love with autumn eyes From Birch…

The Shrike

Poetry: The Shrike I search the glade for a sign but they have strayed beyond its course their rigid limbs stroke skies divine and headlong mine touch earth by force The husk and cone the needle, bark no organs hold that wood impress such dreams as animate the lark reminding spring to confess. Now winter…

Full Moon

Poetry: Full Moon by Liam Let the stars one and all, watch us dance They too have been here, with the light the joy Of today and laughing left again to play High games of hide and seek In the dark, as a spark of heaven Now as they gaze Let’s be unanimous with what…

Lake Constance

Poetry: Lake Constance by Liam Bring me color Bring me pride Gracious pink petticoats spread across a deepening skies Oh! how your hues invade each lake, each spread of wet Each cloud draped across the bed She dared and drew her dainty head below the sight of all The color might have drawn a sigh…

Apple

Poetry: The Apple 🍎 by Liam I have read ten thousand pages Learned the scriptures and memorized the Speeches of the Wise, old and true Yet you over there Watch the silence of air Unfold in patterns Untold in beauty This transmigration of thoughts pure fruit Plucked from the tree of Love It’s gentle branches…