Growing Vines

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Whisper in a willing ear Like a blood thirsty mosquito sweet talking Tell a sensitive soul everything it ever wanted to hear Listen to us now joking and sharing the gift of conversation Believing in happiness planted with words That sprouted into floating hope It hangs in the air Clings … Continue reading Growing Vines

Whistle

Photo by Public Domain Pictures on Pexels.com Whistle Can you hear it? The loud cry of a high pitched whistle It hovers over growing grass It sits still for a second then rises above Like floating dreams Easing by in the dipping tides of love We listen for the sound Until Next Time, Esha ❤

Poetry Analysis: Sounds Like Pearls

Poetry Analysis Article 1 Analysis of Sounds Like Pearls Sounds Like Pearls Sounds Like pearls Roll off your tongue To grace this eager ebon ear. Doubt and fear, Ungainly things, With blushings Disappear. Written by Maya Angelou Sounds Like Pearls is a simple and uplifting poem from the book Just Give Me a Cool Drink … Continue reading Poetry Analysis: Sounds Like Pearls

Listen To The Stream

Photo by Fabian Reitmeier on Pexels.com Listen To The Stream Put your eager ear to the swishing sound of the running brook: It ripples and runs over rocks It trickles through debris It flows and burbles calmly along the bed In it the fish jump with ease The stream current changes like the notes in … Continue reading Listen To The Stream

Not Listening

Photo by Brent Keane on Pexels.com Not Listening Indistinguishable gibberish sails out of flapping lips Like lava oozing out of an active volcano I pretend to listen carefully The mind can't see what the eyes don't know   Love always, Esha ❤