Tag Archives: seasons

Not a Shakespearan Sonnet

The seasons come anew, each in its time, ordered The remembrance, simply lost after years I marvel how nothing’s disordered Knowing galaxies have no frontiers Silent planets, orbiting stars Dark matter swirls between the spaces Understanding neither mine, nor ours … Continue reading

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Pagan’s Gifts

Long ago, a lost world sang, While young grew old And chanting voices rang. Decades long lost distant past Where pagans made their rituals last Solstice seasons, gathered clans Now where ancient stones still stand. White haired ragged priests decreed … Continue reading

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Norwegian Winds

Norwegian winds bustle in, heavy with cloud Driving rain, sleet and snow, soaking dark forests. Forests entertain Munch vampires kissing violently. His Trees grow loathsome, sullied by treachery. Norwegian winds briefly warm, seductive, caressing Flirting with skirts, ruffling hair, casting … Continue reading

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