Enjoy the Ride
This site is devoted to various musings and thoughts.
Life is a journey, enjoy the ride.
April 2021 – A Poem A Day Month – Find My Poems Here: https://dawnreneewrites.com/april-2021-a-poetry-collection/
For more information on National Poetry Month, please visit the following site: https://poets.org/national-poetry-month
For more information about sharing your poetry and optional writing prompts, visit the following site: https://www.napowrimo.net/about/
To find other poetry for National Poetry Month, or to tag your own, use hashtag #NationalPoetryMonth.
Have a beautiful April!
Latest from the Blog
Something short and sweet for the thirteenth. Enjoy! Its prehistoric call fills the air, as it flutters to the lane. Its head covered in a red flare, So stands the gorgeous Sandhill Crane. April 13, 2021~DRM~ Please visit my poetry page throughout the month for all of my poems for April: https://dawnreneewrites.com/?page_id=1378 #NationalPoetryMonth
Gods and angels fight in the heavens. Thunder crashes and lightning flashes. Dominance over their dominion hangs in the balance. The earth below soaks up the rain. Fields of green flourish and dry river beds fill. The parched desert breaths a sigh of relief from its aridness. The sun above pierces the darkness above, blinding […]
As the vaccination for the pandemic makes its way to every adult arm, I look back over the past 14 months. We still have a few months to go, but we’ve all gone through a tidal wave of emotions and a slew of ever changing guidelines. But, I think to the emotional toll most. I […]
Letting go of what we love is never easy. But being a burden is worse; it’s never what I set out to do. Pulling myself away is never easy. I don’t even know if you care. But I feel the distance coming, as I have every time before. Our dance is paused again; you called […]
Empty echoes of hollowness abound. Lost in the abyss of nothingness. Where once life flourished, nothing remained. Not even remnants of the dead. The windswept gorge was barren. Only signs of erosion by the wind and water. But for one small flower growing in a crevice, where the rain catches and the sunlight is perfect. […]
Inspired by the beautiful mountain meadows out West. She found her way to Big Meadow, the climb steep and littered with rocks, crossing a wooden footbridge over a stream, edged with tall grasses. Beyond the grass clumps, a green field stretches out. Wild flowers add splashes of yellows, whites, pinks and blues. She continues her […]
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