Walking in the Rain

I saw a woman walking, In the rain one day. She hadn’t an umbrella, As she went along her way. When the sun came out, I saw not hide nor hair, But when the sky turned gray, She was always there. I wondered at her actions, And so I asked her why. She said, “OnContinue reading “Walking in the Rain”

Lost in the Fog

Fog rolls in, Hazy, white, opaque. Doubt, uncertainty, Ready to break. Cold, misty morning, Unnerving. Unsure, unclear, Undeserving. Lost, alone, Aimlessly wandering. Ready to give up, Destructive pondering. A friend appearing, A lighthouse shining. A hope, a path, Destination redefined. Faith in direction, No longer drifting. The end in sight, Fog is lifting. Copyright ©Continue reading “Lost in the Fog”

Arise

“Arise, O sun, from out the east, Give light to my creation. Arise, O man, from out the dust, Make sons and tribes and nations.” Arise did sin from Satan’s lies, And man’s own greed within. “Arise, O sea; kill all, but save, The ark and those therein.” Arise, again, did sin and sought, ToContinue reading “Arise”

Caturday, April 3, 2021

In honor of National Poetry Month, this Caturday post is in the form of a poem. I hope you enjoy it! As always, please leave a comment and click the follow button if you would like to see future posts from me. Copyright © 2021 Brandon Ellrich

Temperature Change

The temperature outside was chilly; one might even describe it as frigid. Inside, there was warmth, love. They looked at each other from across the room as Bryce played on the floor with his LEGOS and his mother Veronica sat kneeling on the worn area rug near him. “They’re young for such a short time,”Continue reading “Temperature Change”