A January Poem: Igloos

Ice and snow, tinseled terrain illuminates.Gray boots borrow knots of snow, flurries stuffed between the tangled patterns of the sole.Lonely igloo, frozen bricks staggered in a pallid fresco.Out, open, a peeking entrywayOrange light trickles as a fire flickers, and wanderers approach.Stamped footprints leave behind the printed journey, like a silkscreen or icy talisman.

A January Poem: The Letter A

Tiny handsClenching long, shiny polesReflections of smilesAnd victim ofBouncing soundsCotton candy tunesEcstatic volumesWiggling bottoms andPressing toesLike airplane anticipationAwaiting takeoffSpindle to a recordThe spinning beginsWeak twirls grow in magnitudeAnd multitudeHorses trotting lightlyBefore galloping and leapingLifting and droppingA merry-go-roundDanceA circuit patternYou never wantTo endBee-line wishesFrom dandelion to constellationThe aroma of amusementSweet tripsTo swirling worldsLike hoola-hoopsA ring is … Continue reading A January Poem: The Letter A