Showing posts with label yellow. Show all posts
Showing posts with label yellow. Show all posts

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Chrysanthemum Bee & Me

In my inner space I resonate,
buzzing symbiotically,

snuggling up in yellow pollen,
resting my wings in lavender petals.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Apple Harvest Time Along the Reservoir

I was stuck on a limb on the upper east side,
I haven't a clue how I got there!
I was hungry and cold and I needed a nap,
I was lonely and full of despair.
I was inching along in the best way I could, but
I haven't got feet, and I slipped on the wood!
I am fortunate, though,
I fell onto this hole! So,
I ate and I ate, and I'm gaining some weight,
I am warm, I feel great, all I need is a mate!
I am ready nourish my soul!

Along the East Side of the Reservoir, Central Park

Thursday, August 4, 2016

On Shakespeare and flora

Would a Rose of Sharon smell as sweet 
If it were named a hollyhock?

From the new Garden at Cooper Hewitt Museum, Smithsonian Design Museum

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Yellow Tulips and an Afternoon Poem

It happened in a newborn moment
sparkling with imbroglios of fortune
catching you with snaggles,
burying their burning tendrils in your palm.

Where is the symphony, the opera and the rat-tat-tat?
Would you settle for that field of growing grain?
Stalks whiskered with morning dew,
breaking the sunlight into laughter,
your touch as dear as astrophysics.

yellow tulip nine years old .jpg
Yellow Tulips, Genus Sureptitious, 9 years old!!