Month: September 2017

Fall Poem

The Fall The dropping amber foliage, resembling my daily mistakes; collapsing to earth’s soil. Accumulating at first/ skittering in light winds, over-tumbling in quick gales. Hiding in the corners of square, hardened buildings, eventually hidden below cultivating, composting sins growing, fertilizing: the undergrowth and shrubbery, and above those, the thick trees nourished by the rich […]

Read More