Poems by John Grey

SPLENDOR, THE NATURAL VARIETY   I'm enamored of splendor. Especially the natural variety. Like this lake smooth as glass but for the ripple of a loon passing. And mountains, though I've no wish to climb them, make a perfect backdrop. As do the deer nibbling at the forest edge. My current mood is rare but … Continue reading Poems by John Grey

“Winter Watch”

By Joan McNerney Tangled…one ragged leaf clings to the bough.   Stopping to see the shape of a snowflake.   Winter storm warning… headlights beam at noon.   Came home just in time for the first dizzy dance of December flurries.   More amazing than redwood forests... your ice blue eyes.   Simmering soup fills … Continue reading “Winter Watch”