Brief Grief

Peacock Poetry

It was a dark, wintery day yesterday and I felt quite introspective on my afternoon walk. Some grief feelings surfaced and felt welcome to have a bit of space out in nature on this chilly day. They didn’t hang around for long, reminding me that e-motions really are energy in motion. When we let them pass through us we keep moving on as we’re meant to.

Bare Forest

There is a starkness in the woods

framed by the frosted peaks

Out here my soul feels understood

In solitude, grief speaks

There is a chilly resonance

Permitting me to miss

In nature truth is resident

In sorrow there are gifts

There is a solemn, deep respect

The broken stumps agree

My heart desires to introspect

and process peacefully

You were the one who understood

and knew, you were unique

There is a starkness in the woods

framed by the frosted peaks

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