Saturday, February 24, 2018

Poem: Shooting Star

I'm sure I saw a shooting star
This morning to the West
I made a wish for excellence
That I could do my best
I closed my eyes and dreamed
A dream of Hope and inspiration
Prayed a prayer of safety for
The children of our nation
The shooting star burned bright
And fast like life upon this Earth
I stood a while in darkness and
Pondered on the worth
Of lives well-lived and voices heard
And hearts both brave and strong;
Gave thanks for those courageous ones
Who work to right the wrong
I'm sure I saw a shooting star
That arced across the sky
And left behind a rune of Hope
No need to question why

©2.22.18 Suzy Jacobson Cherry

Friday, January 19, 2018

Poem: Mystic

Rendered holy by the sanctity of bath
She mends the seams of a new reality
Eyes closed, she sees the tears
In the fabric of time
Old songs upon ancient lips
Weary whispers of unknown hopes
Thread through the warp and weft
Of yesterday’s dreams
Slipping silently into a new baptism
She re-emerges, almost whole
A new creation

© 19 January 2018

Suzy Jacobson Cherry

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Haiku: Rainbow of Books

Bright morning newly risen
A rainbow of books

Photo & Poem (c) 27 October 2017

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Poem from the Past: The Way of the Poet

My dream a way
My thoughts alone
My life a riddle
My word a sword
My poem gives way

(c) 23 May 1985

Poem from the Past: In the Midst of All Things

I am the moon
Big and round
and bright
a pearl of great
worth in the
Velvet dark
and I
recall her
 humble countenance
reflecting the
Light of the very
        Sun who
shines like
Love upon her
     Alabaster face.

(c) 1 February 2011

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Haiku: Full August Moon

A Full August moon
Face of hope and secret dreams
Beaming promises

Photo & Haiku (c) 5 August 20017

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Poem: Prophecy

Listen to the dreams of the heart
There is no other prophecy
Nor any secret unrevealed

Poem & Photo (c) 8.20.17