the winding roads of Summer’s paths lead down wavery collapse,
long do eyes search for comfort from the blares of Summer’s peering sparks,
a shivering warmth, a covering from Winter’s breath would sooth the stretched out days,
if only, a frosty swell would cool the chills and burns of Summer’s flare,
the skies glare too long, night takes its time to peek through,
blackness dims to calm, the promise of silence – Winter’s steadiness brings ease,
but alas, Summer’s raging buzz from critters to the singing winds,
and full moon’s vibrations swarm, pulls, they squirm,
wiggles of echoes blaze their sounds,Winter’s a season far off in the distance,
a taste of ice tickles the tongue, memories of Winter’s solace
Inspired by my friend Lori who shared this post the other day Summer Onset Depression.
We Hide Here by A.D. Stone
Today I felt like drawing with sharpies this is what came out. It is actually a visual of a poem that I have yet to grab words for. I captured my colorful expression with the start of a few words “We Hide Here.”
My mind keeps wandering … I have many galaxies strumming through my mind and ever so often I am able to share with the world a blip of the universes that live inside me.
My mind has been lingering on thoughts of parallel and explosions of colorful music.
Today was a much needed day of recovery and rest.
The process — enjoying the outdoors.
It has been a while since I have been able to share any of my poems or venture to visit your blogs. The last few months have been practically nonstop full of activities, new adventures, daily life etc … I believe the last time I sat down to share about why I was unable to post was due to my depression and significant life changes that I was in the process of making. Today I write you with a joyful heart, although I am a bit socially fatigued, pressing through my anxiety challenges, and have my days where depressive thoughts creep up, I am in a very healthy place both physically and mentally.
I do hope to get back to sharing some poetry with you (soon) and reading your words, seeing your images, and various other art forms that I adore through your blogs, but for now my time is consumed in family adventures. I will continue to share some of my older poems when I get the urge until I read over ones that I have waiting in my drafts. :-) May you all have a lovely summer, hope to be back soon!
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