THE POET BY DAY

Monthly Archives: October 2015

Corina Ravenscraft (dragonkatet), a member of The BeZine core contributor team, posted this on Facebook.  I enjoyed it and thought you might too.  If you’re celebrating, enjoy the festivities. Happy Halloween! Wishing you all sort of treats and no tricks. Note: If you are viewing this from email, you will likely have to click through to the blog to view the video. Advertisements

she’s as playful as spray and as prayerful spume in peace and in turmoil drumming the shore persistent in her giving and taking free of any filters as wild and dangerous as any old woman who says what she thinks © 2015, poem, Jamie Dedes, All rights reserved; photo, Caribbean Sea view from Bodden Town, Grand Caymen by Lhb1239 under GNU General License 

the heat and humidity the day oppressed by the sun the night sky is overcrowded the pitted moon superfluous i’d rather be cool a blue lotus, floating on a shimmering pond a soulful thing, solitary by day, and in the cool night eyes relieved of the unremitting sun © 2015, poem and photograph, Jamie Dedes, All right reserved

the autumn world, turning brown like cascades of wild ivy living rough, by winter’s door © 2014, poem and photograph, Jamie Dedes, All rights reserved