Category Archives: Savor the Summer in Wisconsin: 7 Day Poetry Challenge
Cicada Chchchchchctctctctc chchchchchtctctc Undulating rattlesnake call from high in your treetop home, pest to many prize to me, I wait all year to dance to your beat, sway in the August heat so heavy even the hummingbirds are grounded. Never … Continue reading
Summers Plenty Winters rich cousin summer fields are bountiful threats of autumn loom.
Photo property of Roy and Marie Battell at moorhen photography Nocturnal Creatures Glowing eyes lock with mine, chickens cluck loud well past their bedtime, worried wondering will we be next on foxes menu? Bats swoop and sway to their own music undetectable to human ears. … Continue reading