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76 poems tagged NATURE

»Dance Of Silence«

by Danae Glauka, Jan 7, 2019

In the ends of the tombs, Silence. It is spread above the fields. Chill wind blows make Silence in motion. / Silence now moves further ahead, eyes staring on it. Only the throbbing of the leaves can be heard. / Even wolves don’t dare to growl. They just join the eyes looking quietly the Dance of…  sign in to read more »

»You are beautiful«

by Albara Almerf, Dec 20, 2018

Roses are red, / Violets are blue, / Love is strong, / And so are you. / / Relationships dies, / Leaving behind gloomy goodbyes, / Mud is brown, / And so are your eyes. / / Souls are dark, / Bright ones are rare, / A shadow is black, / And so is your hair. / / Roses are pretty, / Sharks are killer, / And so is…  sign in to read more »

»Burning Sun«

by Williamsji Maveli, May 14, 2018

I was crawling deep down the wood, / Flowers of love blossomed on head, / Red, yellow, blue, green leaves smile, / Waiting to greet the lovely dawn for a while / Looking at the bounty of burning sun / Warming in his strong arms for a soft embrace / Nestled in the comfort of elegance / Fearless in the…  sign in to read more »

»Here in my bubble«

by Manie Van Tonder, Feb 8, 2018

Here in my bubble, I am all alone, no one but me... / No noise can I hear, if only my bubble can be a dome / Bigger is bet…  sign in to read more »


by Jovi Waqa, May 7, 2017

Stars / Its beginning is magnificent / Birthed in space / Within a colorful cloud of gas and dust / Called a nebula / / After its birth / It begins to burn / Burning furiously in a ball of hydrogen / Illuminating our skies / In the day / And more beautifully / In the night / / As it nears its end / It refuses…  sign in to read more »

»Prayer To Self«

by Buduziri Owhonda, Jan 24, 2017

If they've filled you with hate / Then it can only be fate / If you expend it on them, / But may mercy tug at your hem. / Live above it. / / If they've filled you with lies / Causing you to descend from highs / Only remember to draw nigh / And disillusion yourself with truth; / Then you are unfit to be a…  sign in to read more »

»Away from me near my heart«

by Pulkit Hindustani, Oct 2, 2016

I see you in elegance of night pursuing moon and stars, / the crickets song cherish your pride, / but they say, my fate betray. / How then you in every sent lay, / you mesme…  sign in to read more »

»This Is Now«

by Bo Lanier, Jun 6, 2016

Well this could be the Renaissance or This Could Be Now... / a circle dance in the hour of the Northern Mockingbird... / Venus in Pisces by chance...a wild and crazy romance / serenaded by sweetest sonnets ever sung... / enchanted by fragrances of Jasmine and Meer... / well in the shadow of moonlight we…  sign in to read more »

»Angry Eagle«

by Bo Lanier, May 13, 2016

Loyal to the mount and the sky above / The Eagle really only wants to soar high / On the wings of love / Oh but lest he be provoked he can be your / Worst enemy or your worst nightmare... / He is a force to be reckoned with I swear / Now he is fast on your heels moving in for / The kill because you brought…  sign in to read more »

»In The Land of the Red Rising Sun«

by Bo Lanier, Apr 20, 2016

Well and was this another seal broken / As the Pacific Ocean came crashing / Down over the red rising sun... / You stumble around on shaking / Grounds...so much disaster and / Destruction you wonder what else / Is to come as the night sets in... / The darkness is like a Demon you / Cannot escape and every…  sign in to read more »

»Going to Groblersdal in the morning«

by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya, Mar 1, 2016

There is sunrise here and there / And lights here and there / Oddity and rarity I look, / Where the dark fades to / Trees in Mountain look sleepy. / And there are no birds of the sky in the sky. / / 06H00, I leave the village. / A glimpse at our dilapidate houses / To incline esteem / / Hopes high and…  sign in to read more »

»Me and me«

by Milad Khk, Sep 17, 2015

It is amazing time to see life. / I think I am so far with this time. / It is night, it is dark. / It is breeze, my mind is freeze. / I just smell lawn, it is just heart / The breeze mixed with smell of life. / Now it is time to lie down on the lawn. / I feel the breeze, it comes near me. / I can feel it,…  sign in to read more »

»This kind of love«

by Abongile Gwele, Sep 7, 2015

A love that will never end. That will never be changed. / A love so deep it entangles and marries souls in melodies of hummingbirds and orchestras of the universe's heartbeat. / A love so unconditional the coldest days of June and hottest of November are mirror reflections. / A love so pure the moon…  sign in to read more »

»When love makes sense«

by Abongile Gwele, Aug 14, 2015

The air looks like that song that stays on your fingers and makes hearts smile / Your favourite song tastes like a medley of ice-creamcream, pop-corn and marshmallows all dipped in rich darks chocolate / Food sounds like the orchestra of toes in socks strutting their way on wooden floors / Each breath…  sign in to read more »

»And if they ask«

by Abongile Gwele, Aug 4, 2015

And if they ask me about you I'll tell them exactly who you were / You lasted far more than just a moment when I first laid eyes on you / When I looked at your eyes the first time you drew me in so deep / Your gaze stirred my insides / It was an odd and disturbing feeling / So disturbing I wanted a…  sign in to read more »


by Lefa Malatji, Jun 1, 2015

Today is here and I'm still alive, / And like time, / Its soon to pass. / / Tomorrow will come, for some of us. / But like today, / It shall fade away. / / Yesterday left, / Without saying goodbye, / But time still stayed, and changed our lives. / / Though unnoticed its still loyal. / We can't change it,…  sign in to read more »

»Mindless Me«

by Uddalak Banerjee, Jan 27, 2015

I love to eat, I love to drink, / I love to sleep, I love to dream, / The more I think or so it seems, / There are no end to my love it seems. / / I have always thought, at times a lot, / but then again I soon forgot, / For me a life never quite ends with a dot, / For it soon changes like a wild moth.…  sign in to read more »

»Power of words«

by Shylet Noma Clint Mncube, Nov 6, 2014

When I was but a young girl I just loved opposites, then I didn't know they attract. / Defying the odds and always being the odd one out, now I only find out it's what they call gender. / Female, feminine, phenomenal are words I started understanding when I became a young woman. / Pubic, puberty is not…  sign in to read more »

»Rays of the sun«

by Choene Alley Semenya, Sep 29, 2014

When the clouds were lugubrious, there were drops from the sky; / The infinitesimal, delicate drops. But yet I wonder why / In the morn, instead, the rays of the sun / Tanned and withered flowers indefinitely on the run. / How should a sun shine without tanning? / Woebegone shining of the sun; the…  sign in to read more »


by Choene Alley Semenya, Sep 29, 2014

The new sun hath risen again and shone / O beauteous sun, its flawless perfection it hath shown. / Thus light from it wast of haven impeccably urged, / For the destiny of its evil deeds- concomitant wast yet purged. / None hiatus in the mist of its smirk to bepaint its gross, / Nor that that it loved so…  sign in to read more »

»Our Cultures Forgotten«

by Sibusiso Blessing Ntsaluba, Jun 25, 2014

Our Cultures Forgotten, / Mother Tong Never Spoken, / Equality never shared and Friendship never cherished. / / We are lost by our fathers, abandoned by our mothers / laughed at by our neighbors, taken grant-age by our friends / and even killed by our loved ones. / / Our Souls are no more treasured, Money…  sign in to read more »

»Beneath the earth«

by Tiema Muindi, Jun 5, 2014

Sometimes I wonder / What's really happening / Beneath the earth / Where many sleep in eternity / Beneath the earth / Which is full of mysteries / And the silence beneath? / / Sometimes I wonder / The silence beneath / That veils their fate / The cold and heat / That shrouds their remains / / Sometimes I wonder…  sign in to read more »

»A Leafless Tree«

by Williamsji Maveli, Jan 7, 2014

None sow the seeds; / The dry seeds / of the deadly sins; / All just burst / to a form by itself; / Otherwise you will / surely find its / brand name; / trade mark / or even the / historical imp…  sign in to read more »

»My own blue river flows!«

by Williamsji Maveli, Jan 7, 2014

By tinkling its silver anklets, / She, my own blue river flows / in twilight! / / the sand shores and waves / forget themselves; while in a wet kiss; / Then in a lovely embrace! / / By tinkling its silver anklets, / she, my own blue river flows / in delight! / / Is she is in a pain of parting / Or is it a…  sign in to read more »

»The beat in Beauty«

by Kgomotso J Kgopa, Dec 11, 2013

Music... / The only way to describe her / For she moves / Left and right pedalling her feet / Short cut hair / Body shaped like a pear / Majestic hand manoeuvres / Moving synchronous to the beat / As she oozes down the street / / Slight jingles / Articulated by her bangles / Dimples / Slight pimples / With a…  sign in to read more »

»The awakening of a woman«

by Maureen Direro, Jun 5, 2013

The awakening of a woman, / while the sun rose before her eyes, / and set behind her future... / Beauty so profound, / even I as a woman can see... / she brings out the side of anyone in which we rarely shows... / The awakening of a woman who had been asleep, / for quite sometime, / she made it a point to…  sign in to read more »


by Richard Thomas, Apr 18, 2013

It soothes my sores / And cools my drinks / And makes the floors / For skating rinks. / It floats in punch / In cubic form. / It's fun to crunch / When I feel warm. / It's great for sleds / And pucks and falls / And penguin beds / And igloo walls. / On frigid days / It's hail or sleet / Or frozen glaze / That…  sign in to read more »


by Pope Tuggen, Mar 16, 2013

Sometimes winter comes / And it is beautiful / To us petty hearts. / / Sometimes the wind blows / Our way with rain / To colour our fields. / / Sometimes the heavens / Light up with golden rays / To give us summer. / / Sometimes the lilies bloom / Pretty as white valentine / Showing us romance in nature.…  sign in to read more »


by Leo Long, Jan 18, 2013

I swung wide my shutters this morning at dawn, / To witness the beauty as another day was born, / Too early I'd risen for the dark of night yet hung there, / Her eyes still sparkeled and indigo graced her hair. / / Slowly as her cheeks flushed with rose / And periwinkle adorned her face at night's close…  sign in to read more »

»High Seas«

by Leo Long, Jan 18, 2013

The waves of that night / Were wilder than could be / There was no safe or sound place in sight / And the vessels bobbed like corks upon the sea. / / The churning of the mailstrom with mouth open wide / Pulled me violently nearer with each twist / Deeper still sank i, struggling against the tide,…  sign in to read more »

»Fireflies Serenade«

by Mary Kettle, Jan 11, 2013

A thousand stars I thought I saw / but no just silly fireflies throwing a ball / All so beautiful their lights did shine / creating a beautiful dance in my mind / I danced and played all through the night / nor more darkness was there insight / I became one of them in the end / with a light inside that…  sign in to read more »

»No Weather nor Element«

by Darlyne J, Jan 11, 2013

No temperature. Above, there's no sky, / Nor any light but maybe this would be cured / So I asked many others and this is what I heard / The sun had a heatstroke and then it burned / The ocean couldn't swim and so it drowned / The ground was defeated when it became destructive / The wind blew away…  sign in to read more »

»Hey Woman«

by Shylet Noma Clint Mncube, Aug 20, 2012

Hey woman, wonderfully and fearfully made. / A flower that blossoms in all seasons, areas and atmospheres. / / Your scent gives breath of fresh air / Your presence brightens the day / / Woman your range and brand does not end / uprooted and planted elsewhere it does not change you, it makes you even…  sign in to read more »

»Seas, the barriers«

by Mashell Chapeyama, Aug 13, 2012

No tide must scrape off / Even the sand dunes of this land, / carrying its grains in gales or cyclones, / or hurricanes across the seas / to lands where aliens live. / Oceans, seas be perpetual barriers / While waves that eddy in them be perpetual washers of greedy winds / that wish to fight the dust of…  sign in to read more »

»Beauty in Solitude«

by Stevano Yusuf, Jul 4, 2012

Taste every piece of the blowing wind / The wild jungle be the eyewitness of silence / The red of volcano will be uncovered / Tweeted the deepest heart loved / / Beautifying the heart atmosphere missing / Fulfilling its loving atmosphere / Affixing with words and true love / Dreaming hope which is always…  sign in to read more »

»A Man From Behind The Eruption Ashes«

by Stevano Yusuf, Jun 18, 2012

(the story from Merapi Eruption) / / The black ashes closing the sky and mountain darker / liked a curtain in the great stage of megaplex theater / Thunder dancing, clashing the sky unto the river / Mountain moving, loudly singing the deathly lover / / I went down, I went to villages surround / Bare,…  sign in to read more »

»Mind mining, mining mind«

by Stevano Yusuf, Jun 18, 2012

To: academic and humanistic value / / Gold bulldozer eco-friendly stamped of humanism moved on the green-black soil / While the pond of blood; fond of sloth students absorbed for the gasoline line of fine / The wide blade moving the green-green soil digging searching the undercover gold of mind / While…  sign in to read more »


by Mashell Chapeyama, Jun 15, 2012

The sky, its light blueness / Only a few kilometers away- / As to the eyes' perception, / Just like an anarchist impression of reality. / The horizon line beyond squatting mountains- / Where hawks fly in untraceable trajectories / And hillocks are molehills- / Where magicians go to lament in pain / Seeking…  sign in to read more »

»Park Place Monopoly«

by Edward Iacona, May 16, 2012

When the weather is pleasant / To escape things that's vitriolic. / My dog and I will go to the park / And bask in a place that's more bucolic. / / Jack is the name of my dog / A concept that would find him "fumin'" / As I am convinced that he truly / Believes I really am his human. / / He must be kept on…  sign in to read more »

»Living gloriously without purpose«

by Bruce Gorton, May 3, 2012

The cartoon speaks of some great destiny / And the priest calls for his eternity / That desperate scramble time feared / To survival they say we are geared / And yet I do not feel that strange yearning / For that purpose they spend life burning / / The sun falls in red tea skies / Darkness falls over our…  sign in to read more »

»Pass-by Troops«

by Gideon Eze, Apr 23, 2012

Berg of the Nation's pride we are; / out-gone for our navel with courage of anger, / thirst for mid-isolation we marched, / hunger for equality - we halt, / in de-exploitation coup we conch, / in ask of our independence want. / / Patriotic troops we are / out-worn by the wrath of arbitatry seats, / out-worn…  sign in to read more »

»Lorca Dreaming«

by Ewen Carmichael, Apr 19, 2012

I sit alone. My legs over the precipice. / Cap de Creus. / There's a piano playing blues somewhere. / Sirenas cries, / wipes the tears from my eyes. / Aphrodite sings, / half in, half out of the moonwater. / What song! What liberty! / My youth gone. / / The wild heather burns, / the pine is charcoal and…  sign in to read more »

»Life as a Metamorphosis«

by Mashell Chapeyama, Jan 27, 2012

The valleys seen in their sand-grayness / Whorls of trees, shrubs, grasses / That several years where suns, moons, stars of the earth, / Once littered the veldts like rock granules have disappeared / Capturing the distant past and placing it abreast with the present / Puzzles environmentalists and even…  sign in to read more »

»Teardrops from heaven«

by Leo Long, Dec 22, 2011

Pitter-patter; tears on the roof, / The world sleeps knowing not the grief, / And in dawning hours the gage is proof / Of a tear shed for life... oh so brief! / / The face of the sky is darkly troubled, / Unnoticed by the sleeping world below / Unconcerned nor woken by the tear drops doubled / Weeping o'er…  sign in to read more »

»The candle of life«

by Leo Long, Dec 22, 2011

Fresh from the incubator... we come out a box, / Newly born and eager to burn. / The doctor's smack lights the wick, / A weak flicker is the start. / / In his teens the wind bends the flame to go with the flow, / But flickering moments of dark then light / Teach it straight to grow / And that the way of…  sign in to read more »

»The leather bound novel«

by Leo Long, Dec 13, 2011

I pull open the cover, / a trap door to the deck. / "Weigh the anchor!" / and with a splash the adventure begins. / / "Trim your sails!" / and the curtain flaps behind me. / The bow of Old Salt splits the waves / and I wipe the spray from my glasses. / / There's mutiny aboard the ship. / With cutlasses drawn…  sign in to read more »


by Abdullah Seedat, Oct 20, 2011

grey clouds in the sky...foreboding backdrop... / water in the sea reflects grey sky. / under the sky not a spot remains dry, / the rain is thudding against the rooftop. / / raindrops into puddles fall with plop-plop. / like teardrops on branches the raindrops hang / in hearts evoking melancholy pang...…  sign in to read more »

»Some Call This Life«

by Constantinos Grigoriadis, Sep 29, 2011

Don't search for apples anymore. / The apple tree has died. / It gave all the apples that it had. / Now it is nothing more than a piece of wood. / Nobody has interest for an apple tree without apples. / Nobody gives it some water to survive. / Not even the dry mother earth. / Nobody. / This is the fate for…  sign in to read more »

»Once Upon A time«

by Christopher Kudyahakudadirwe, Jun 29, 2011

Show me those rivers / where we fished and swam / while the cattle, on their / banks, grazed green grass. / / Where have the forests gone / where we picked yellow mushrooms and ate bright red berries / that turned our tongues red? / / What happened to those days / when we gathered at full moon / and played…  sign in to read more »


by Andi Abderrahmane, Jun 27, 2011

Vast skies, the tiny drop's soul now ascending / Dying, to heaven helplessly heading / On the ground, a corps, dried, into vapour turning. / Hard-hearted heat, its flesh mercilessly still biting. / / A condoling cloud the driblet's life saving / Caring, on its back with compassion carrying / Fleshier,…  sign in to read more »

»In many places«

by Bruce Gorton, May 18, 2011

I find peace in many places / In the sunbird's quick flittering / Wings amongst red bells glittering / In the field of blowing gold grass / Shimmering as clouds above pass / I find peace in these spaces / / But you come with your theology / You proclaim this but biology / And with this you make war / On the…  sign in to read more »

»Up Yonder«

by Taahir Chagan, May 17, 2011

I'm taking to the road / I'm going home / Up yonder / Far up yonder / / The dust-ridden sandy trail / Is lined with reddish orange leaves / That fall gracefully from the big tall oak trees / Which parallel the long winding way / / I'm welcomed by the lively Sunday market / On the cobble-stoned town square…  sign in to read more »

»Your rain is coming«

by Matthews Radijo Wa Tebakang, Jan 5, 2011

Even though the sun is not shining / And you have no light for direction. / Even though the wind is blowing / And you are not right in position. / Hold on, for your rain is coming. / / Even though the world is full of noise / And it gives you confusion. / Even though there are flashes of lightning / And it…  sign in to read more »

»Winter morning«

by Vuyo Sigidi, Nov 3, 2010

Winter morning on June / Splintering across my room / feel the cold air around me / I'm sold for fever, ever changing / like the season for no reason. / / Funny what happened to the hot, hot / Weather, sunny there was no need for leather, rain flow down my brains, I long for spring like the song that…  sign in to read more »


by Aboo Hansa, Jul 30, 2010

The thick white fog slowly starts to creep in / Ominous and eerie / As day changes into a black coat with tiny diamantes / The air still and animals exult from the reprieve of the days heat / Frogs croak in tune with the crickets and night owls / An orchestra unfolds in the silence of night / Nocturnal…  sign in to read more »

»Euphoric Embezzlement«

by Kay Wikajovich, Jun 25, 2010

I learn to fall in love with myself again / and have candle light dates with my shadow... / Converse with my cerebral cortex and hope that the sound echoes off the walls like a bat / And like this creature, I will find my way in the dark / when I am unable to see by listening to my instincts / / I feel…  sign in to read more »

»Beyond The Eyes«

by Tiema Muindi, Jun 22, 2010

I know when the winter sets in / There will be cold and flu / Days are short / Nights are long / / I know when I see death / It's cold / It's mysterious / It's unknown / No man lived to tell. / / I know when I see tears / Its pain / Its sorrow / Its heartbreak / At times its joy / Its happiness. / / I know when…  sign in to read more »

»Sea of Morality«

by Kay Wikajovich, Jun 22, 2010

Never a matter of superstition / Nor a matter of dillusion / / As these salt hit the ground / May it cleanse my soul from your turmoil / / Wash away / Like the tides of the current / / Sync my rhythm to the moon / Never to be swayed by you / But to be guided by the wind / / Euthanasia / In every depth lies…  sign in to read more »

»Mary J«

by Taahir Chagan, Jun 9, 2010

Some kind of nature / Some kind of soul / / Some kind of mixture / Some kind of majesty / / My name is Mary / Mary Juana / I'm widely known / For my special qualities / / I'm straight outta heaven / Sent with love / I'm cool, calm and collected / As well as peaceful and tranquil / / I inspire peace / Of mind / Of…  sign in to read more »

»Cautious Coals«

by Esther Odendaal, Mar 18, 2010

A singular sweet breeze / Blew cautious coals alight / The shortest little burst / Fanned flames that burned so bright. / They flushed and danced with joy / Just thrilled to be alive / Sick of simply smouldering / Delighted to connive. / The wind had blown before / With power and with force / This time wafted…  sign in to read more »

»My Creative Writing«

by Filiberto Rodriguez, Dec 23, 2009

I would like to explore my purpose in this world. / I have a legacy to fulfill, not to be silly, I want to know what it is. / I want to be called on a top assignment by the government and / it has to do with my creative writing. / I want to go where my rainbow takes me in unlimited skies. / I time…  sign in to read more »

»The Lightning«

by Esther Odendaal, Dec 4, 2009

I've been struck by lightning / A bolt out of the blue / Caught me unawares / As through the sky it flew. / / It pierced my hardened heart - / Shot through every vein / Setting fire to baggage / Gathered from past pain. / / Paralyzed pretenses / Denial opened wide / Damaged all defenses / Cracked my paltry…  sign in to read more »

»All About the Honey«

by Esther Odendaal, Oct 5, 2009

If I were a flower / And you a buzzing bee / You'd stop a little while / Drink deeply from what's free / / You'd fly away again / With nectar that you sought / You'd take it to the hive / Just like a good bee ought / / Queen Bee would welcome you / Be pleased with what you brought / There would be more honey…  sign in to read more »

»Shade Tree«

by Mary Kettle, Sep 30, 2009

I always find some peace / underneath the branches of a tree / like a huge umbrella it encases me / It shade cools me / its leaves rustle me a song / i find this place so relaxing / so very very calm / All my anxieties and fears soon fade away / There is where my thoughts unravel / All my confusion of the…  sign in to read more »

»The Journey of Life«

by Tiema Muindi, Sep 30, 2009

I made mistakes / In the journey of my life / Some decisions I made / Believing I was right / Some were wrong / And left me wonder why / That I couldn't see them / Even when I saw others cry / In the journey of my life. / / I have gathered wounds / That can not heal / And the scars too / That cannot be…  sign in to read more »

»A Different Light«

by Mary Kettle, Sep 22, 2009

The sun is shining bright today / it hits the branches in many angles many ways / I love life when it is seen in this light / no more darkness or pain in sight / / Only the warmth of the sun shines through / These are the days that are too few / I will enjoy this gift given to me / As in a different light…  sign in to read more »

»If only they knew«

by Tiema Muindi, Aug 31, 2009

If only they knew / They wouldn't reach / Just meters away / The journey would end / / If only they knew / They wouldn't last / Just after the honeymoon / The tension would begin / / If only they knew / They wouldn't take it / Just as they part / Loneliness would set it / / If only they knew / There will be war…  sign in to read more »

»Amidst the Boring Brown«

by Christopher Kudyahakudadirwe, Aug 29, 2009

Amidst the drying grass of July / Where no other would think to lie; / There where th' soil is bone dry / Your roots from it extract / The little moisture th…  sign in to read more »

»Dancing waves«

by Michelle Clark, Jul 8, 2009

Arrogant and stormy; that I can say / Are the waves playing on the rocks today, / Bashing and thrashing as the tide rolls in / Happy and merry songs the jolly waves sing! / / Pretty white bonnets and faces of blue / This is the view of the ocean greeting you. / Dancing and playing with great relieve…  sign in to read more »

»Beginning of a new day«

by Hettie Van Zyl, Apr 13, 2009

Long dark shadows / jumping, dancing, / hiding, scaring, hasting, / as the moon steps back before t…  sign in to read more »

»Earth, Water, Fire and Wind«

by Raine Lariza, Mar 21, 2009

Earth is my greatest home / Where every living thing roams / Land that is full of colorful things / That the mankind must unite in nature preserving / / Water for rivers, seas, lakes and oceans / A symbol of life that should not be ignore even for once / It's for everyone's duty and call / Because the…  sign in to read more »

»Solo Performer«

by Helen Griggs, Feb 27, 2009

Sometimes a falling leaf / May never reach the ground / The wind may catch and take it / And make it swirl around / / So it begins its journey / Being carried by the breeze / Floating high and swooping low / As the currents taunt and tease / / It has the rhythm of a dancer / As it tangos in the air / Doing…  sign in to read more »

»The Sun Devotee«

by Jayram Daya, Feb 10, 2009

Rays disturbs the sleepy darkness. / Humble devotee's up in freshness. / Worshipers wait in respect. / Dew drops remains to protect. / Whispering breeze blows to inspect. / / Tapping energy until it sets / With one seed life is on the run. / Green was the fields with no regrets. / Yellow are the farms when…  sign in to read more »

»Color my world«

by Michelle Clark, Jan 29, 2009

When I close my eyes / Do you know what I surmise? / The brilliant rays of sunny skies. / Little swallows that fly so high. / Bright yellows and orange blossoms, / A purple haze for lazy days, / Velvet blues and calming hues, / Pretty pink to make you think. / Soothing color of grassy green / With chocolate…  sign in to read more »

»Victoria Falls«

by Christopher Kudyahakudadirwe, Nov 25, 2008

I breathe still air- / early morning dew in the mist, / heart quickens, / as I hear thunder; / I fall into the abyss / Floating upon dew drops / I …  sign in to read more »

»The Zambezi Valley«

by Christopher Kudyahakudadirwe, Nov 21, 2008

Away from the glitter scatterings / Of modern Harare heights; / Far from the cool grey environs / Of concrete and reflecting glass; / Many, many miles to the north / Where the sun's heat shimmers / Above the solid baobabs and mopanis; / There, where the pachyderms rule, / As they snack on the fruity amarula…  sign in to read more »