Capricious May

May is capricious, the garden is luscious, bathed in soft sun, daisy and dandelion- spattered. Sky turns bruised plum, sweetly congeals cloud jam, a chiff-chaff’s  half-hearted call warning of imminent rainfall. Warning of imminent rainfall, a chiff-chaff’s half-hearted call sweetly congeals cloud jam. Sky turns bruised plum, spattered daisy and dandelion bathed in soft sun, […]

Bees in May

I watch a drowsy bee chew Through its winter cocoon And emerge on the edge Of a sunny window ledge. After a sullen start to spring, Dandelions smile in dewy grass. The first dragonfly helicopters past The cherry tree and honeysuckle bowers, Where flirty buds are bursting To unfold a pink flurry of flowers To […]