Peace Poems:1

We’ll stand united When roses cease their blooming In peaceful protest Till then, says the nightingale, Let’s join together in song


When I awaken to polka dot snow I hear the sparkle in Khanum’s eyes glow As she spins from her head Threads woven in bed Where we chortle and chuckle together. When I skip between polka dot flakes Swirling and whirling upon sleeping ground snakes Piling into a blanket inviting and cozy I see Khanum’s... Continue Reading →


slowly now amidst small golden buds blooming atop tall green sleeved rods where crooning bees are busy yet yesterday's grasses bend fuzzy plumes filled with seed slowly now dispersing

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