Bonnie Fair (a poem by Joan Wiley)

Celtic woman fair, waulking, gaelic song, Glenorchy green, Highland air whipping, copper hair, Streaming, lemon yellow ribbons, Eyes smiling, lyrical, ethereal blue, Arms raisied high, she twirls away, Dancing to tunes, invisible flutes, With proud, purple thistles in sway, To a longing and rhythmic beating, Wings of a golden eagle sweeping, She runs beneath him,Continue reading “Bonnie Fair (a poem by Joan Wiley)”

Love’s Fool (a poem)

Love’s Fool Love’s fool, I must give my heart, Led by the stars in my eyes, Every glance a thrilling event, To capture sight of that spark, Chased to your eyes by a smile, Brush of your arm against mine, A velvet leaf or butterfly wing, Enchanting, your voice rings, Tiny bells on breathless breeze,Continue reading “Love’s Fool (a poem)”