Panes of Glass

By Thomas Page   Patches of purple and red blossom out Of the curb on the roads bisecting the Forests from the houses both pastel-hued. Nature’s little swatches of the springing Summer. The cloudless afternoon breezing Me by as the trees sway in the wind there Outside of my bedroom window the faint Light mixes … Continue reading Panes of Glass

Poems by Barbara A Meier

Sea Glass   The sea is glass today broken glass sharp, silver shimmerings with latte foam Khaki green slithering up the strand leaving venom pools making a milkshake of poison by sticking a blender into the magic mirror. Sea Foam Seafoam tumbling down the beach like tumbleweeds crossing highway 4 blowing themselves out with the … Continue reading Poems by Barbara A Meier