Philip Kirk Poems
- News Soft words fall upon waiting ears And a soul arises ...
- Departing It has been one long year: time lonely spent Once ...
- Progenitor As the first man was blind So too was I ...
- Witnessing Dawn: The Beekeeper Clouds erupt to obscure a ...
- Son I was happy with a smile But that was life’s shortest ...
Click here to add this poet to your My Favorite Poets.
Comments about Philip Kirk
Witnessing Dawn: The Beekeeper
Clouds erupt to obscure a solemn sky
No longer do I hear the buzz of bees
Today, all things on Earth awoke to die
I watch and wait amidst my ancient trees
What motive has brought this holocaust on?
Technology and time brought us no gain.
Night is soon broken by man’s violent dawn
The tempest brings with it an ashen rain
Trees and hills blossom with a bright glimmer
Creatures all over settle and grow still
The land is immersed in a dead shimmer
A foul flare of smoke rolls over my hill
My heart truly lacks time to freeze with fright
As my eyes ...