Love Poems About Opossum or Opossum Love Poems
by john freeman |
Categories: nature, autumn,

Leaves

Leaves are beauty of the Master’s touch …beds of leaves for homes of squirrels and such Bunched by opossum in the hollow of an old oak log …arranged in a thicket by a caring mother hog They wave to a lonesome soul in the summer breeze …nature’s devise of cozy blanket in winter’s freeze And you ask me if I love leaves and trees …provides great shades for summer’s picnics, ”Leaves” Leaves have butterfly flight, floating gracefully about …catching sun’s rays bobbing multi colored with clout Golden, russet and burnt orange of autumn equinox …Beautiful LEAVES!, Thank God for nature’s clocks. In Honor of Carol Brown And Contest:


by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: nature,

Meadow Love

Discover
meadow love
laughing in my face

lovely
Queen Anne's Lace
smiles at me

Wild strawberry
is renegade

undiscovered
left by Indians
iris and rose bush

the white tail deer
blue jays and red cardinals
ready hawks
anticipating

raccoon
opossum and beaver
squirrels nests
high in tree

sweet clover for hare
oak's moss carpet
spring lovely

endearing waft
lilac aroma
season shifts to summer

heat wave
temperatures in the hundreds
ground dries up quickly

much praying
for gentle rain
saving herself until spring