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Premium Member INDIAN SUMMER

In a world
Of blues and greys
Streaked in swirls
Of sunlit shadows
Hints of gold
Tinge a brisk morning air
The cool stillness ruffled
Of a glassy lake
Not a sound it makes to wake
A sleepy drowsy nature
Gearing up to hibernate
All good things come to an end
Indian...Read More
Categories: hibernate, autumn, color, morning, nature, seasons, silence, sun,
Form: Free verse

absolute silence
avalanche consumed landscape
fat bears hibernate...Read More
Categories: hibernate, animal, imagery, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Dinosaur came to 2020
Why did you bring him here? I asked my silly insane daughter.
I thought he was welcome, she replied. It is 2020, right?
The dinosaur is not welcome yet, this year is for the otter.
Getting him to re-hibernate was truly a horrible...Read More
Categories: hibernate, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 6th grade, 7th
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Autumn Hues
Autumn’s palette filled with colors,
Nature puts her brush to paint.
Her one hundred box Crayolas, yellow,
Browns, reds, and oranges satiate.

Leaves and needles bedeck the trees;
They wear their finest autumn dress
Though the flowers may sadden the bees;
Not much nectar they now possess.

The...Read More
Categories: hibernate, autumn, earth, environment, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
satisfy insects
gathered they there homes below
grounds level sleeping

lo, gathering ants
in fall already collects
life support visage

toil burrow down more
deep, deep into the warm soil
some die O winter

grounds level sleeping
gathered they there homes below
hibernate insects

Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©

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Categories: hibernate, analogy, insect,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member As Cold Winds Blow
As cold winds blow this time of year,
the limbs are bare, the winter’s here;
a frigid frost hangs in the air.
With season’s change we’re well aware
that endless nights will soon appear.

We wrap ourselves to hide the fear
brought on by darkness ever...Read More
Categories: hibernate, winter,
Form: Rondeau

I’m brought to beneath the
Christmas tree every year,
I have learnt to hibernate
Eleven months,
Never shed a tear,
Have one fear,
It’s freezing in here!
I am not quite sure if 
I am human or toy,
But know from feeling dizzy 
I...Read More
Categories: hibernate, christmas,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just Hibernate
Winter bends low to blow gusty breaths, cold,
out of his northern lair beyond the warm
of summer’s enfolding. Capricious, bold
he plans his escapades of icy storm.
Clutching for a covering, nature gasps,
trembling in a landscape grown terrible;
ice-brittle moisture ricochets and rasps
on soft...Read More
Categories: hibernate, seasons, snow, winter,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Rebirth of spring
I see leaves frozen in the ice
Like a window to the death of fall
Other leaves crunching in the grass
With a language yet to be heard
Black crows caw from the bushes
Where smooth acorns roll along
On a path with pinecones scattered
Leading the...Read More
Categories: hibernate, beauty, nature, seasons, senses,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Perpetual Symphony of Spears and Daggers
he was like autumn
all around him 
slowly died

i guess i was like autumn too
but adapted to blossom
embracing the moods

it's raining again
i foresee thunder 
rocking sunless skies
with lightening
dazzling duller days

heaven's tear drops plummet
like a perpetual symphony 
of spears and daggers

hidden wounds...Read More
Categories: hibernate, dad, death, silence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fairies Stroke's Of Luck

Traipse taffaria fairies, comps citrine
fragrances, tis thirty orangey glean
plucked days hath November, foundation blend,
paints its labored autumns rests, well-earned friend.

Forbade naught tis these pristine fairies, gifts
kids pain brief, gather teeth hid neath pillows, 
wands magical dreams, wield light, rare shrubs...Read More
Categories: hibernate, blessing, change, color, fantasy, growth, happiness, seasons,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Shuddering Flare
And then the cold had its story to tell again and emerged overnight

The seasons had not changed but as always kept a sudden surprise

Days sunbathing and skinny dipping on the beach felt like a shiver

As the UV filter congealed in...Read More
Categories: hibernate, seasons,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Octobers Sun CONTEST
The October clouds can hide October’s Sun
With winds hollowing through the tees
Leaves falling upon the ground with whispering sounds
Burning barrels to keep the homeless warm

Temperatures lowing while darkness looms earlier
October’s Sun slowly disappearing moving over for winter
Animals gathering nuts while...Read More
Categories: hibernate, sun,
Form: Rhyme
Chill has filled the air
frost has formed upon the ground
leaves have begun to fall
aches and pains have settled in
I'm heeding nature's call

make way for the bear
the grouse, the blue tit mouse
It's time to disappear
let's hibernate 
and return again next year...Read More
Categories: hibernate, allusion,
Form: Free verse
hot sun burning
night foraging
once cold time comes
then hibernate

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Categories: hibernate, change, life, nature, weather,
Form: Haiku

Foliage on the trees
Red fire adorn the leaves
Bloody berries on display
Acorn and pine cones in disarray 
Squirrel and chipmunk stuff their cheeks
As they’ll  hibernate for weeks
A toasty, sweet and spicy fume
Warm aroma fill the room
Lemongrass ,ginger ,star anise...Read More
Categories: hibernate, animal, autumn, earth, fire, food, fruit, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FLIES
Too wide for narrows
For going up the slide
For breathing in shade
And the beckoning disorders of society 
The unfinished walls
The cumbersome heavies
Climbing up and down this evening 
Swinging in days to come 
Days to lengthen into dire necessities 
The flesh conspiracies...Read More
Categories: hibernate, betrayal, child abuse, dark, deep, growth, humanity,
Form: Free verse
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Categories: hibernate, autumn, sleep,
Form: Nonet
Premium Member PRAISE FALL

Summer thrills exhausted energy
I’m pooped and worn out as can be
I crave autumn’s arrival
As life slows down wee bit
Ah… time to recoup
We hibernate
Crave indoors
Give thanks…
Fall !

Submitted on August 22, 2019, for contest AUTUMN OR SEPTEMBER OR OCTOBER NONET sponsored by...Read More
Categories: hibernate, appreciation, autumn, change, home, longing, time,
Form: Nonet
Premium Member A Classy Little Lady
She’s a pretty little lady
with a polka-dotted dress;
sometimes her mood is yellow
other times, brown or red.

Scientists call her Cleopatra,
of the Coccinellidae race;
Her top wings are elytra
protecting those below their space.

A family member of the Beetles,
no, not the ones who sing...Read More
Categories: hibernate, animal, appreciation, insect, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme

         Theatrically moved,
         dramatically ecstatic
         What did not raise me
      ...Read More
Categories: hibernate, allusion, lost love, metaphor, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Physically they are attractive, handsome, pretty!
Their structured bodies are just frames,
Within them sadness reigns
Those dear to them treat them like preys.

They are dead living...
Not the living dead!
Their graveyards are the frequent tree they hibernate to whenever disoriented.

You would think they...Read More
Categories: hibernate, depression,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Winter and Spring - TET
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Categories: hibernate, seasons, spring, winter,
Form: Tetractys
Premium Member To A Beautiful Misry Winter Ensemble

Pine needles ape ice cycles
glowing in the misty rain;
the cold air periodically
sneezes a chilling wind.

What little snow that remains,
clings to the hillsides—except 
where little flowing trails of water
mark pathways to the waiting river.

Passing the snow-covered cemetery,
plastic flora gives colorful applause...Read More
Categories: hibernate, color, metaphor, rain, river, snow, water, winter,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Too Late Winter
In long winters
when curious bears hibernate,

When even those few songbirds left behind
are stoically silent
at their least amorous time,

When uneven bare trees and bushes
retire into aptic
deep naked entropy,

It is sad seasonally appropriate
to barely live outside robotic,
lethargic, biotic bionic
frozenly mechanistic
and yet deeply...Read More
Categories: hibernate, depression, emotions, sad, seasons, soulmate, spring, winter,
Form: Free verse