The leaves they fell in piles across the frozen ground, The wind howled through the branches with a mournful sound, The graveyard, a solemn tomb with a empty face. A deep sad foreboding filled the empty space. There the old man stood, dressed all in black, Clouded eyes, wrinkled face, but still a tall straight … More “Adored By All, Loved By One” (a poem)
The poem you are about to read is from the perspective of a young soldier in the Civil War. As the evening settles upon the camp, troops gather around a glowing fire resting from the days march. In this time of quiet their thoughts often drift back to home, family, and sweethearts. Our young soldier … More Farewell In The Darkening Evening
Hello Friends, I hope you enjoy another poem this week. I apologize in not posting last week but my life has been a whirlwind of activities. I am hoping to post more about them as the week progresses! but for now…. This is a poem I wrote for my grandmothers funeral. She passed a day … More Gone but not Forgotten
A thousand questions swirl in my mind,
As I ponder on times ahead and behind.
I see the past and future unfurled,
The one so clear, the other still blurred. … More Past and Future (a poem)
I hope you enjoy this short poem, I wrote this evening as I sat under one of my favorite pine trees watching the darkening evening. … More November