Friday, May 2, 2014

Denny E. Marshall- Three Poems

Falling Thru Fabric

Wishing on a falling star
Wishing it did not completely fall
The voyage ends in an unseen unknown
The unmarked roads and journeys of us all
The space-time fabric twist in song
Notes speaking in a silent call
Gravity figures dance like warp motion
Distance guarded by a great atom wall

The Right Size

When stepping down on that bug.
Did you think his wife would miss him?
Perhaps the children affected.
Was the subject to small to matter?
Or just to small, to have feelings.
Desiring life, what size does that start at?
What height is needed to reach a dream?
Do insect threat small forms in their eyes.
The way we have since rising from the dust
Or does mixing among dirt and mud.
Bring a bonding of a certain kinship.

Music Of Nature’s Wings

Hear the sounds and music of nature’s wings
Birds calling from the branches and the sky
A classical song of hidden starlings
The knock of a woodpeckers as they try

Sparrows in a willow the chorus sings
The hummingbirds buzz as flowers they pry
The orchestra plays on, the chamber rings
Birds calling from the branches and the sky

Onward they soar, despite what weather brings
Notes of a migrating flock passing by
High in the clouds screeches of eagles cry.
Majestic hawks join and predator kings
Hear the sounds and music of nature’s wings

Denny E. Marshall has had art & poetry published. Recent credits include art at Mystic Nebula and poetry at Phantom Kangaroo. Denny does have a website with previously published works. The web address is

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