Gratified – all glory to autumnal aesthetics For lilac skies, milky cream clouds, hot cider For burning leaves that crunch, crinkle, clashing their consonances in the wind. For round, peeping hollows gleaming, glittering, carved in fright Their purpose known to those who admire, sharing the story of the steady night Maroons, browns, richContinue reading “Autumnal Aesthetics”
Lancaster Nights By: Angela Prendergast Have I told you? Those Lancaster nights changed me. The boy in the red mustang — You knew I grew to hate that car — Proved more interesting than stories of running through cemeteries to escape trouble A well-behaved, class act disguised under flat brim hats and endless “swagger”Continue reading “July 18, 2019”
Reflections of the first world…
Here is a sonnet I wrote about the sun. I hope you enjoy. Aurora A sonnet by Angela Prendergast. Morning, gleaming bright, blinding The middle child of the great beyond Darkness drifts away in fright Summer flowers; delicacy grows so fond. Soundless, it rises and falls Squinty eyes, liquid tears below AContinue reading “June 17, 2019”
Today is a rainy day in PA. Thinking back to brighter times. I am so thankful for my followers and this lovely writing community. Xoxo. Much LOVE.