Carol Mays Poems
- A Woodland Walk The pensiveness of the sky is broken by the ...
- October Fest Homes so recently abandoned for Sunday swims ...
- Faded Glory The light once so bright In the humble ...
- Broken Horses We long for relationships that know no ...
- Meditation In the eye of many whirlwinds Stays a deep, dark ...
- To Mozart Upon hearing what you heard And relayed with such ...
Carol's many interests are reflected in her writing, including nature, science, magical realism, philosophy, and all things of beauty. After obtaining two graduate degrees, she worked in human services and quality assurance for many years. She has written and co-written several books, listed below. more »
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A Woodland Walk
The pensiveness of the sky
is broken by the cry of a crow,
by trees distilling intimacy
and moist, vibrant expectancy.
Violets, ferns, and birches
share life-giving vapors.
The chalk-bleak horizon
and pungent, poignant odors
whisper sonorous secrets.
The visitor is enveloped
in this pithy, soulful world,
all cells saturated
with a suggestive sustenance.