The ancient oak spread devotedly             Her massive and protective arms Just above the slow-moving, water blue. For more than a millenium she had watchfully             And eagerly provided a safe shelter for                         All of nature‚Äôs friends she loved and knew.  Rough was her etched bark and strong knots              Which lived intricately woven within                         The network of … Continue reading Fortress


Quiet was my stride as I gently felt the earth give beneath my small feet. Tranquil was the pond that lay before me, no fluctuation in her tacit flow, Splendor lay within her serene existence as I tried to relish her view, What life might be flourishing, or singing, underneath her cover blue? Tall ornamental … Continue reading CALMNESS

Morning Love

Kissing gently one another in the morning's shimmering, damp dew, Sunrise driving out the fog and so begot the love that angels knew, Twas the singing heartbeat of their adoration that gave away the two, Oaths worth keeping, so on the back of a unicorn and away they flew. by Joni Caggiano 8/14/19