Poem: Trail by Snail – Naturetelling

The rain drops, earth’s delights climb out of the “woodwork”, Watch your steps on the tiling, a snail is on the path. Take a seat on a dry garden chair and watch snail navigate,  Here to teach a thing or two about persistency and purpose. Antennas raised like eyebrows, moving trail by snail along,  Headed for the soil, ready to assist to decompose matter. Slow … Continue reading Poem: Trail by Snail – Naturetelling

Poem: Purpose is Playful by Tiger’s Eye

Hop to it The path is well lit. Flex the form  Wave curling, body popping. Nature’s planters Store the acorns, reforestation. Robin’s coming  Claw climb the tree. Coast is clear  Nab the nuts, skedaddle. Cheeky grin  Life is good, gratitude. Sundown Treetop sojourn, clocking off. Tiger’s Eye is a Bard & Storyteller. You can find her sharing her poems at Naturetelling, a website dedicated to the planet featuring … Continue reading Poem: Purpose is Playful by Tiger’s Eye

Cherry Blossom: An Earth Day Poem by Tiger’s Eye

In a garden full of cherry blossom,Far, far away from the city of Gotham,Peace, harmony and possibly a possum,Take heed of Mother Nature and park your bottom. Its petals laid down like a carpet,Like cellulose confetti fresh from the market,Pink for friendship, it can spark it,Kickstart a creative project, it helps you target. The presence of cherry blossoms is a marvel,Makes the streets come alive … Continue reading Cherry Blossom: An Earth Day Poem by Tiger’s Eye

Poem: Gratitude — Medeacine

Make time for and give gratitude…Blocks the intentions of the ineptitude,Balances out the excessive cattitude,Brings justice to the blood feud,Ensures projects reach that time to conclude,It’s the only one worth having, you know…attitude,Helps Gaia heal herself in quantities of magnitude. Poem: Gratitude — Medeacine Continue reading Poem: Gratitude — Medeacine

Poem: Know Thy Enemy — Medeacine

You’ve read the stories,Watched the movies,Now take heed of the warning,Of those who can’t stop singing their illusionary glories,Slimy, slippery and a scent like yesterday’s sushi,Face them with your truth, sense them scorning. Egos higher than endless storeys,Bragging about diamonds, pearls and rubies,Psychic vampires….zzzz. Nah, they just goddamn’ boring,Trying to snatch others’ inventories,Can’t pull a […] Poem: Know Thy Enemy — Medeacine Continue reading Poem: Know Thy Enemy — Medeacine

Poem: Bard to the Bone — Medeacine

Spitting bars in his mama’s wombA bonafide wordsmith, profusely sweating rhymes“What are you? Make up your mind” olde fart English-Lit teacher asked, for his crimesCan’t fit this brother into a tomb. Some sit in a lecture hall poncing over ProustWhile Ed’s ticked off TikTok with his YouTube comedy shortsSome laugh, some cry, some get on […] Poem: Bard to the Bone — Medeacine Continue reading Poem: Bard to the Bone — Medeacine

Storytry: When Candy Lips Lost Her Sweet Tooth Habit — Medeacine

Is it poetry? Is it a story? No..it’s storytry – a mixture of poetry and story with a moral to the tale… There was a young lady nicknamed Candy Lips,Who liked nothing more than sweet tea and sweeties,Fruit chews, toffees, honeycomb and sherbert pips,She had a taste for sugar and an eye for the cuties. […] Storytry: When Candy Lips Lost Her Sweet Tooth Habit — … Continue reading Storytry: When Candy Lips Lost Her Sweet Tooth Habit — Medeacine

Poem: The Storyteller — Medeacine

Have an idea,Put it into action,1,2,3 steps forward, my dear,Easier than fractions. Gracefully, roll with it,Don’t run it off a cliff,Stop…come back later, candle’s already lit,This is the start of a new hieroglyph. Let go of the rush,This isn’t a hectic newsroom,Express the truth, no hush hush,Less of the Zoom, more of the va-va-voom. Relax […] Poem: The Storyteller — Medeacine Continue reading Poem: The Storyteller — Medeacine