First things first ...
Welcome prem1er ...
... that was a sweet poem.
I have not written something that concise for a long time. Brings back memory.
Do you have a title for it? <edit>Sorry I did not see the title ... is it To Whom It may Concern
<edit>Had to add this in because Lee's poem is breath taking. Good work lee. I can always count on you to take to into hell and then take me to heaven. I solute you.</edit>
RM's haiku has always been a welcomed sigth to us.
It is just sad that I can't seem to find my words in that manner anymore. Need to go back to my meditations again to gain more peace in my mind.
wildsegolily's <Revealed> is a true to the heart expresion. I can almost feel my own little journey of growth again.
Ian as always, brutal in his honesty when he expresses himself in his poetry. He leaves no chance for a misinterpretation. Solid work.
Trista, have not seen your insights for sometime, love your poem. How about a title for that sweet little number you have there?
And Last but not least Alan, sorry for my darker views of life these days, apparently I am in one of my low points, so words are a bit sorrowful. But it feels good to let it all out and then move on to the next thing. <Winter|Spring> is a direct opposite to my feelings, and it feels good to have you remind me of the more positive outlook in life.
Knowing that better days will come
when I am down and under
does give me hope to dream
and pray for nicer weather
Little things that counts in life
are those that people miss most of all
the butterfly kisses on the cheek
or the sweetness of morning coffee
can make a day or break it
Yet at the end of the day
it is us that decides
to laugh or to sorrow
by letting depressions out
we can then have strength
and move on to tommorow
A little uptake on the mood category.
Keep the posting coming.
On a more personal note.
It is your poems that help start my day. Just so you all know.