So, apparently in order to post something on WordPress, I actually have to hit the Publish button, instead of just thinking about it, and clicking Save. I momentarily forgot this, and that is why I haven’t posted anything in a while; this poem didn’t make it out of the outbox. Sorry I didn’t get this out sooner, but here it is, at any rate. 🙂 I’ll add the other post I was going to do today right after, so you get a double-whammy.

The sunbeams fall flat on their face,

And giggle with the humor.

They seem content with this earthly place:

“Why didn’t we come here sooner?”


The clouds shift noiselessly up in space,

Like a far-off, questionable rumor.

And I am watching the empyrean race

‘Twixt the solar and the lunar.

The leaves chirr against each other,

Reminiscing of the rain.

The heat and humidity determine to smother,

Unwilling to refrain.


The trees stretch to shield and cover,

As if to not would cause them pain.

And I am watching the earth hover,

With a lover’s fired brain.

Original Poem by Kiwi. Copyright 2017.

If you like it, comment below or like it! Have a great day. 😀

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