encouragement, family, Fiction, life, literature, nature, nature poems, poems, poetry, poetry readings, poetry slams, writer, writing

Friday Night Poetry Corner #10

Much respects and love everyone!

There is the first Friday Night Poetry Corner for 2014. well the “Seasons Greetings” is almost left us for another moment in time; here is a poem that reflect on seasons for lack of speaking.

Here is my poem I wrote in 2009; it is called Trees. Take a walk through different times and reflect just a little…

Thanks again for stopping by.

Four_seasons

Trees

I stood among green trees
The season of strong life
Giving
Park walks, of flying ducks
and laughing children
The young years,
Discourage elders’ tears

I walk among the colorful trees
Absence of new smells
The ringing bells
engulf the cool, sunny air
Enrage our foreshadowing
of the ice season

I step tenderly around the empty trees
The still water
stood silently
like old statues
Of far away lands
Snowmen castles
Angels’ mirth
and bears longing sleep

I dance among
the brith of trees
The wonderful scent of
May flowers
the togetherness of creatures
of small descent
I must admit
I love spring
Adore summer
Dread winter
while losing
Myself in the fall….

9 thoughts on “Friday Night Poetry Corner #10

    1. thanks :o),

      i love the four seasons. i grew up in st. louis, mo and when i stayed in jacksonville, fl for a year; i hated that there was no 4 but 2 seasons. i wrote this poem a year after i moved back in 01.

      the photographs are well done.

      1. here in India, especially in west bengal we have mostly two seasons- monsoon and summer, winter is very mild and almost absent. the fourth season spring/fall/autumn- well, we read about them in books, never see them.

  1. that makes sense Sharmishtha.. In your part of the world seasons are very different; i would one day love to experience such a change. I bet the all year weather is pretty nice for y’all for the most part minus the storms.

    I experience all for seasons majority of my life. Growing up in St. Louis, MO (Midwest United States) and now living in Washington D.C (East Coast). The only exception was when i stay a year in Jacksonville, FL. They barely had a winder but no fall which was odd to me (and one of the main reasons other than detesting my job that i moved away from there).

I value your feedback, please leave a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s