Posts Tagged ‘Poetry’

Brief Moment

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

 

 

Feeling the brisk cold,
Playing with thoughts and feelings
Of a warm light.

Lost,
Souls become.
As light fades to dark,
A brief moment’s cost.

Dark fades to light.
With an amber glow
from a faint ember.

Darkness near,
Broken by distant light.

Light near,
Broken by distant darkness.

A soul glows,
ember’s memory.

 

 

I wrote this a few weeks ago along with snapping the above photo a night after the recent series of shootings. I figured I’d put it up after some thought and a revision. After all, I do have a spot to file my writing on this blog.

Bonds

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Bonds


When I was a child,

I loved my Family

with ignorance.

When I was a youth,

I feared my Family

with lies.

When I was a punk,

I hated my Family

with knowledge.

When I was an adult,

I loved my Family

with wisdom.

Collapse

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

Mount Audubon: Indian Peaks Wilderness


Shall Old Growth disappear?

Shall the honeybee disappear?

Where shall we be?


Will we keep the Old Growth.

Will we keep the Colony.


Old Growth is key,

If we cut

a swath, then

replace

with new space.

Only to cut

new growth

every decade.

The equation,

doesn’t function.


If the bees,

vanish.

Shall our lives

be vanquished?


A migratory bee keeper

might be a downfall.

When a scientific intrusion

of reproduction utilized

or

monoculture farming continues

with deathly results.


We need our local

Old growth.

We need our local

Honeybee.


We might keep

our local diverse farms.

We might decrease

our water vapor.

– Joe Poulton 2011