Numbers can be lucky, or so they say What’s your lucky number, I ask if I may? In poker, I have many, combinations that I’ll play King, seven is one of my favorites, that I win at most days Sometimes my lucky number is the number two That goes way back from whenContinue reading “What’s Your Lucky Number”
A 99 word, 9 stanza haiku-style poem about a bonfire.
Nothing can be heard The silence is so peaceful Relax and enjoy Kids return shortly © Susan Zutautas 2019 This little poem was written for Weekend Writing Prompt #100
Endless clouds way up high I lose myself as they pass by Mesmerizing and amazing Always love to be gazing As they float by Animal shapes are fun to find Beautiful clouds when aligned Warm air rises and expands Forming clouds across the lands © Susan Zutautas 2019 Written for ElementalContinue reading “Cloud Gazing”
Feeling emotional Is almost impossible Depression sets in Cool darkness within Dispassionate feelings towards all Now impassive such a downfall Emotionless and cold Wanting to die grows old Unemotional, sad, suicidal Longing for revival © Susan Zutautas 2019 This was written for Opposites Attract Challenge by The Haunted Wordsmith.
Serene place of choice Nature always at its best Troubles slip away © Susan Zutautas 2019 This is in response to Crimson’s Creative Challenge #21.
The gods are angry, just look up at the sky See that lightning with fire on the side Feel that rumbling deep in your bones Count the seconds from lightning to thunder The lightning is your warning The thunder lets you know How close the storm is and when it will blow There could beContinue reading “Thunderstorm”
A poem about a lost muse.
I hear the train’s whistle blow It isn’t going all that slow Everyone get off the tracks This is no time to relax Pulling into the station People waiting in anticipation You can hear the brakes squeal All that power, all that steel Everyone off, it’s the last stop, the conductor yells It’s time forContinue reading “Coming Into The Station”