Saturday, April 6, 2013


Born of a daydream.

Early morning
Right at dusk
I crept out of my little house
I made my way
Down quiet streets
Past drowsy dreams
And tucked-in sheets
And as the sun
Peeked over hilltops
I arrived
In a silent meadow
Thick as woven carpet
I stopped abruptly, stunned;
I found prayers on
Drops of dew
And I heard songs
From fallen leaves
The hope dripped, thick,
From yawning trees
I stretched out under
Auburn boughs
And I felt love cry silently
I've found you
While everyone was fast asleep.


  1. Wow Katherine, I love it! You should write a book of poems! You are really good! xoxo


    P.s: Please, follow me on Twitter, its my biggest dream

  2. How much time do you writing a new poem?
    And what you most inspire?

  3. My various jobs have found me driving early in the morning or late at night, so I have experienced what you so beautifully expressed. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world.

  4. I so beautiful.. =D
    You write very wonderful poems.
    Greetings from Ecuador..!!

  5. This is so beautiful! You are so good at writing poems! I wrote one a while ago and I'd like to send it to you - how do I do that?

    Amber xxx

  6. awecim does the whole band have one if so wut is it

  7. That is an amazing work of art. The minimalist evocation of the set and setting is plain brilliant. I am in awe. Wow!

    I was fast asleep and
    Missed her and
    Now may only imagine...