Sweet faced cherub dangle from my Christmas tree silver fades * Watchman over me protector of my life almost see your smile * ancient being mythology cant chart your path faithful servant
We looked at pictures colorful memories early morning squeals mouth-watering scents and glittery anticipation this year tradition shattered I looked at pictures tear fused with the ink unrecognizable monochrome blurs replaced the jolly scene journey into unknown packages empty the air was- the same The pictures looked at me questionsContinue reading “Beneath the Tree #christmas #poverty #poetry”
What will you find beneath your tree this Christmas? Romance? or… a wonderland of snow gifts elegantly circled with red satin bows 8 knives for carving 1 rope for climbing perhaps… a lifeless form beneath the fresh-cut Christmas Tree Read my “festive” poem “Beneath the Christmas Tree” over at Pen of the Damned.
Flowers blooming in late November? San Francisco looks more like spring… The prompt this week at Word Press Photo challenge is Unexpected. Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected | travelicius Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected | Flickr Comments Unexpected (Weekly Photo Challenge) | Icezine Weekly Photo Challenge – Unexpected | Chittle Chattle Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: UnexpectedContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unexpected #photography”
Color extinguished During your fall Short lived in ecstasy Sprung forth withal You rediscovered In a pile of leaves Unique lacy shape Beauty your dream Who’d ever thought At the end of life’s day loveliness captured In a Christmas display Photograph: “Guilded Leaf” copyright L. Moon 2012
Last of the ornaments on the tree Each one hanging free doll with miniature shoes a choo choo too “Please turn on the lights” “We can’t the lights weren’t hung right” This is no fiction – the lights usually put away correctly were wound the wrong way so our kids when putting them on startedContinue reading “Decorating the tree (Flash Fiction in 160)”