Tagged: touching poem about nature and mortality

Poem: Changeable

Chameleons are cute what with their changing colors and all that adorableness ready-made for advertising campaigns but when hunting they are less charming more like their brutish brethren that merely slither unblinking and expressionless the toughest poker pedant to take an oath Hippocratic or otherwise you would not find the same cute chameleon quite so...

Poem: A Fresh Coat

When spring arrives, bearing birds and buds upon its shoulders, The chips and cracks of winter announce themselves Starkly Bluntly almost. With no consideration for propriety. The porch cries out for a fresh coat of paint, a new veneer to camouflage the imperfections Lurking beneath. The dog loses his hair, dropping shiny threads where he...