Category Archives: Poetry
Originally posted on Poet's Corner:
It had been so cold and alone, those days in the dark. There was a sadness on her soul and also in her heart. She looked to the stars, the moon and the sun.…
More than time. Protect. Adore. More than touch. Bread to my starving flesh. More than yearning. Quench the fire. –Penny Wilson
This is something I wrote a Long time ago. The person I wrote it for will recognize it immediately. I think it’s some of my best work. I have been working to promote my work a little more lately … Continue reading
Under the stars, the grass is cool against my fevered skin. You are in silhouette, but I know your breath as it warms me. The fireflies dance, as if in celebration. The breezes carry your scent to me. I’m intoxicated … Continue reading
A big Thank You to Christine over at Brave & Reckless https://braveandrecklessblog.com/ for posting my submission to her writing prompt “Moon Ate the Dark”. Please take a look at it here: https://braveandrecklessblog.com/2017/05/25/moon-ate-the-dark-writing-prompt-challenge-penny-wilson/ Thank you my peeps! Penny
Your lips trace my curves. My heart pounds under your finger tips. Your touch; fire. Your touch; all.
Lay me down among the pines. I smell earth, wood and your skin. The sun dapples your face. Goose flesh in the breeze. Bird calls echo my sighs.