I will never tire of morning birdsong, the daily rising of the sun, the ways the rays beam between trees, the clouds that form in such artistry, the freedom flaunted in wildflowers, all the colors of twilight hours, the breezes that rouse my desires, the stars that kindle my dreams afire, for as long as … Continue reading I Will Never Tire
about and in me acrylic and turpentine– a mix of seasons Poem and image ©LauraDenise
Despite what the markers say, these trails have no end, for we only reside in a portion of the middle of the Maker's creation. This tease of greater things is meant to last us, sustain us, with enough awe to make all believers, our time so short yet long enough to discover what … Continue reading These Trails
My personality is a thousand bright, vibrant colors, yet I am drawn to the white, such petal purity quiets me, embodies the beauty of life, of souls, condensed into a power source so soft, it entrances me so that I may hear the universe's secrets and angel song, and when the sun … Continue reading Tree of White
The light is ever-present, yet it speaks to me most deeply when it flickers in whispers between the trees.
We can walk the beach and climb the mountains, but let's settle down in a cozy cabin in the heart of the forest; my soul is home among the thick-trunked trees– towering skyscrapers, nature's majesties, keepers of ancient wisdom. My hiking boots upon the dirt, my palm upon the textured bark, … Continue reading Take Me to the Forest
Red Caterpillar Tree is what it is to me, don't know the technical scientific species. If you know, please don't tell me; let my imagination run free like a Dr. Seuss fantasy where the bizarre springs from common things and nonsense words are conceived in fun sing-song bedtime stories. Yes, Red Caterpillar Tree it … Continue reading Red Caterpillar Tree