The rivers edge where a dark pool begins to soften___ Not deep water, so it will give up its mysteries in time. Light of day__a glance will tell me when and where. Translucence will reveal settled things, uneven rocks__ These setting below the water, with sharp glinting edges, Casting shadows, waiting undisturbed. River grass catches… Continue reading The Rivers Edge By Pejj Nunes
How many of you remember this song? I sang it during grammar school. It is still stuck in my head. I am not sure who wrote it. Good Morning, Merry Sunshine Poem. Good morning, Merry Sunshine! How do you wake so soon?You’ve frightened all the stars away and shined away the moon.I saw you go… Continue reading Good Morning Sunshine! Do you remember this?
“What have you of life’s beautiful things? A rainbow’s shimmering hues when the shower has ended? A warm brown puppy in the sunlight? A mockingbird singing while a thin veil of clouds is drawn like misty curtains across the full moon; a playhouse where string stretches from tree to tree and shuts out all invaders;… Continue reading Good Mourning Sunshine! My Thomas!
“There is always a time to seek those small instances in every life that make them grow. Anyone can pinpoint a certain time or place, that has served as the turning point to stretch the mind and think past that small beginning.” And so has been with the death of my husband Thomas Nunes. It… Continue reading Good Morning Sunshine! Something Personal.