Out and About

Peacock Poetry

Yesterday was a cold wintery day, the type that makes you want to stay in and get cosy by the fire with a good book. I coerced myself into a couple of walks nonetheless and was, as usual, grateful to have got out in the fresh air and connected to nature. No surprises there!

Winter Ease

Though winter’s bite is setting in

My heart’s fire is still roaring

The naked trunks look sparse and thin

Yet hope peeps through, imploring

The copper husks and woodland musk

assure me and affirm me

I do not fear the early dusk

Each season has its journey

I’m letting go and letting in

With patience much is forming

Though winter’s bite is setting in

My heart’s fire is still roaring

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