One December Afternoon

I see skies of blue/ and clouds of white/ the bright blessed day/ the dark sacred night/ and I think to myself/ what a wonderful world… —From What a Wonderful World, George Douglas I saw myself reflected in silver steps like stones skipping across a river, winding up the evergreen, near deep pools of cobaltContinue reading “One December Afternoon”

Twilight Blossoming

Periwinkle blooms were a welcome surprise on my morning walk; this shade between a deep iris  and cornflower blue Is so calming,  like twilight blossoming.  I’d like a scarf made from these petals,  a silken-coolness against my skin, the softening hue of evening draped  over my shoulders as I watch the moon’s first shower ofContinue reading “Twilight Blossoming”