Unemcumbered Go I

Change falls from pockets, upside down

But slowly moves through the threads of moments past

Gentle breezes follow, providing nudges forward from behind

A refreshing encounter, a history of gale winds in the opposite direction


Autumn leaves fall, oranges and reds whirl to a silent melody

Creating a familiar scent without words to describe

Muted to the ears, but not the touch

Layers shed, unencumbered go I


I Don’t Remember Falling Asleep

Give me your hand

Let’s go to valleys of colored glasses

Racing rain drops

Falling dreams, rising spirits

Pockets of sunshine dance

To the sound of ripened apricots

I lie in fields far from home

Retrieving morning songs, daybreak

I don’t remember falling asleep