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‚Äôs 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

3rd Place Spring Contest: “Marvellous May” by Jennie Gardner

Is there anything more glorious than the month of May When, shaking off her slumber nature stands so tall Darkness receding, conquered by ever-lengthening day And the sun softly smiling, shines down upon us all   Pretty borders full of colour and the sweet chortle of song Ragged robin, buttercups, daisies, forget-me-nots Skipping gently in … Continue reading 3rd Place Spring Contest: “Marvellous May” by Jennie Gardner