Aeries Poems - Below
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How Brave the Night
aeries, adventure, night, stars,
We ask the sky, how brave is night,
whose shining moon and stars set right
earth's course through darkness shadowed maze
until the dawn greets, sun ablaze.
Night holds, yet many fear and dread.
Starlight shares quiet peace instead,
and bright from its celestial tower
The Final Journey
aeries, adventure, courage, freedom, identity, image, inspiration, truth,
Form: Carpe Diem
I know I’ve made a thousand journeys,
withstood the tests of time and foe
shed the dust and shouldered worries
struggled onward against the flow.
Unconforming, seldom bending
straight the path I ever took.
Challenge was my unending passion
contradiction I forsook.
I’ve battled tempests ‘fore and ‘hind...Read More
A Willow Tree
aeries, daffodils, nature,
Someday I'd like to wander free
like butterfly, like bumblebee,
perhaps to plant a willow tree
beside the silent solemn sea,
before these things exist no more,
from mountain top to shifting shore,
when, soon, bald eagles cease to soar
and build their aeries nevermore,
and fish forsake...Read More
Form: I do not know?
Her barely wings stretch out loud
With hopes of landing on a cloud
She eyes a launch her perch so proud
All aeries watch as if a crowd
A sanctuary set so sky
There is no land seen in her eye
Only twigs and leaves are...Read More
All Things Beautiful
aeries, childhoodbaby, beautiful, beauty, autumn, baby, beautiful, beauty,
When growing up on the farm in Indiana even at 'round the age of three,
I began to notice simple yet beautiful things that surrounded me.
Strange though it seems, I found beauty in grumpy bumble bees,
And was fascinated by the gold...Read More
Cinders And Steam
There they rested on rusting rails so regal yet so stark.
An old steam engine and its caboose now sit silent in the park.
Since I was on a casual stroll and had some time to squander,
I sat upon a beckoning bench,...Read More