Category Archives: Poetry

Fairies of the Spring

As the Spring arrives the whispers can be heard, there beneath the daffodils the scent of fairy words. They chatter to the primrose, and laugh below the leaves of blooming springtime yellows and yawning waking trees. Their fine silk wings … Continue reading

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Lady of the Spring

As the spring lady of the earth begins to stir, listen and you might hear her yawn. A soft breath of warmth exhaling daffodils as she wakes. Stretching out, she turns her soft round belly to the sun, lying back … Continue reading

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Today

Have you noticed the sky today? Have you devoured its scene? Have you stopped at a tree today, to study its bark and its green?   Have you taken a minute today to stop in the mirror and smile? or … Continue reading

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Bluebells 2012

Every year the bluebells come in lilac swathes, beneath the sun. Around the trees and deepest green their purple bells can now be seen. Standing proud in forest glades dancing in the cool spring shades. Offering a soothing balm for … Continue reading

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The Earth Speaks to me

The Earth speaks to me. She tells me of the love she has for us, regardless. She tells me of the beauty she sees in us, regardless. She talks of the inspiration she weaves in us and the joy she … Continue reading

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Spring: the beginnings

Sweet things that begin the spring. Shyly peeping, slowly creeping, from within. Purple frocks and yellow hues, lilac wings and golden shoes catching humans unawares, still laidened down with winter cares. And what a great delight they bring, their bobbing … Continue reading

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Evening Primrose

  EVENING PRIMROSE Evening Primrose gold and proud, immensely strong but never loud. Lemon petalled cups of power emitting healing from this flower. Speaking out to females here, whose abdomens retract in fear. Showing them through leaf and seed their … Continue reading

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John and the Daffodils

Little John Brown lived far out of town by fields and green countryside. But little John Brown so often did frown, he was angry, and sad and he cried. The people he met did not seem to care, they told … Continue reading

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Bluebells

Every year the bluebells come in lilac swathes, beneath the sun. Around the trees and deepest green their purple bells can now be seen. Standing proud in forest glades dancing in the cool spring shades. Offering a soothing balm for … Continue reading

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A tree with toes?

“Your toes all need tickling” “What do you mean my dear friend? “There on the floor, Where you tree trunk does end.” “Toes my dear lad, What’s this word you do use? I’m not like you humans With feet, socks … Continue reading

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