Trippy Planets

Hot

Sun

Burning

Up

Mercury

Saturn

Uranus

Dripping

Acid off

Their rings

floating

Venus clouds

Blue

Of

Neptune

Earthly

Creatures

And

Alien

Mars

A

Planet

That

Once

Was

A

Trippy

Rotation

Going

Forever

(Photos taken by me)

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An Autumn Walk


Lets find a

Leafy colorful afternoon

to take a walk

Don’t say

You don’t have the time

Lets find a

Cozy grove at the end of the road

With a park bench to sit on

Where there’s a beautiful mood

The soft warm sun and cerulean skies

Won’t wait for you

Neither will the wind stop for awhile

The birds chirp melodies

Above our heads

Watch them fly

Going here and there

In the blue sky

We can see kids

Playing around

Having fun

Being happy

Enjoying their youth

It’s not dark yet

We can stay even then

Though a light chill

We are warm

Lets smile

Find some peace

Let our bodies relax

Drift in calmness

Lets take a walk

Nothing to do with duties

Just talk about this vivid

Delightful scenery

 

 

Done by me and ChinHooi

To see his work check out: https://imageryinpoetry.wordpress.com/

Pictures taken by me

 

Unknown

My collaboration with this blogger

Nature Poetry by Jamie Whorton

What
Lies
In this
Unknown
World?

Curiosity taking
My hand
Leading
The way
Ahead.

We
Walk
Together
Through
Life,

Learning
Lessons
as
We
Go.

Trying to
Find change
In the bank
Of
Our heart’s.

Hope’s
Bright beacon
Guiding us
On our journey
Making all possible.

written by me and Aaron from Poems (poesie) you can check out his work and see what he’s up to at his site https://Poemsfromthisdude.wordpress.com

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ELLEGUYENCE

first snowfall:
dust flittering, quietly
off an unattended shelf
books from my childhood

you have no idea
how little I knew
before I knew you.
lighthouse, alight home
your pillow is always the softest.

loving you is like walking in the door, warm
the snow soaks into my clothes
turning to water and
rinsing me clean
you’ve always felt like
the sky itself, nestled
in my veins

never quite the gambling man,
you said you never believed in luck
until you saw my chances
and cast a bet anyway.

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The Night and I

Nice one

Nature Poetry by Jamie Whorton

The western sky set a blaze by the sinking sun. Fiery red orange hues burning bright. Soon to be night. The Sun says goodnight to the moon shining bright. Evening Primroses illuminated by moon glow, mixing in with the tall grass. Silver tones reflecting, making all a dream walk. Being one with the night. Feeling the pulse of the earth’s beating heart coursing through my veins. The night and I are one and the same.

– Jamie Whorton ©

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58

ELLEGUYENCE

6AM, fragile morning air
whispers of fall.
orange hue, honey’s dew
my lungs breathe in
the crack of crème brûlée
nestled in the back of my throat
sweet, burnt
sun, rising

the cafe ’round the corner
he’s smiling at her
behind the counter
he imagines tucking her wisps
behind her ears, she
pours frothed milk
white ribbons
holding back a yawn

“Keep the change,”
“see you at lunch,”
the softest exchange
familiar faces for another time

When the sun has woken up too,
he’s mustered the strength
to ask if he can
see her again
in the evening.

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