Kathleen Reguindin Poems
|1.||On Writing Poems||3/29/2013|
|2.||Life's Garden Of Friends||4/1/2013|
|4.||To Papa And Mama||4/3/2013|
|5.||My Love Affair With Nature||4/3/2013|
|6.||The Pains And Banes Of Growing Old||4/5/2013|
|9.||Oh Joyous Spring!||4/26/2013|
|10.||November Blues And Blahs||7/5/2013|
|11.||Cauldron Of Life||9/6/2013|
|13.||No More, Please!||9/25/2013|
|14.||Mountain To God||9/29/2013|
|15.||To Live Or Not To Live (Diamante)||10/3/2013|
|16.||Life Ideally (Diamante)||10/8/2013|
|17.||Walking Meditation In The Woods||10/8/2013|
|18.||From His Deathbed||11/28/2013|
|20.||Sailing The Seas Of Life||2/2/2015|
|22.||Make Every Day Earth Day||3/26/2013|
|23.||A Love Note To My Daughters||3/27/2013|
|24.||Spring Has Sprung!||4/16/2013|
|25.||A Train Ride||4/10/2013|
|27.||Dawn At Lake Erie||7/11/2013|
Dawn At Lake Erie
Scanning the horizon
I see the sun peeking out from the east
Slowly making an appearance.
In multi-coloured splendor
Her celestial shrouds with tints of pink and orange
Paint up the sky, her beautiful canvas.
The lake softly whispers to me
Clouds of mist rising a few inches above her
The wind subtly blows her a kiss
And touches her with an airy caress.
I see gentle ripples forming on the water
As if nudging her, “Wake up from your sleep, it's a new day”.
Overhead, a flurry of activity among gulls and terns
Without flapping their wings
Since childhood, he was fascinated by the Atlantic Ocean
Spending hours daydreaming of circumnavigation
To build his own sailboat was his lofty ambition
His heart set on this expensive and maybe foolish mission.
He made it a point to always be close to the water
Sometimes scaling up a hill where stood the ruins of an old tower
All by himself, he sought refuge and shelter
Pretending to be King, sometimes, a conquering warrior!