January 27, 2016


Filed under: Poetry, Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , — migueltio @ 6:44 pm

Winter in the eye

can bring about

a spring in the

mind and inspiration in

the word as early

winter and the projected

perceived joyous light

of the holidays

moves on.

Deep middle winter

motion a little slower

with more time in mental

solitude instead of December’s

eventful rush I am able to look

inside myself a little deeper

to assess where I have

come, how I got here

and where my dreams

would like to go on the

time coming forth.

Am I measuring up to

my own expectations?

What are those to

my heart to which I hold?

Are they possible are they

realistic ir are they a fathom

of a life never lead of a

dream locked up in my

head that never got its

realizations nourished

and fed?

Mid winter more time

more thought to

feed the need to

plant the seed of

the word which to

read toward accomplishing

the deed of

accessing the goal

having prayed to


Mid winter more

motion of the mind as

my trampoline bounces

me high so let the

exercise of my body rise

my dreams to the

sky any inhibitions away

may they fly so that

my spirit and my

desires can be always

aimed high.




  1. Wonderful! Winter is certainly a time for reflection but Valentine’s Day is soon to warm us all up with love stories 🙂

    Comment by Laine Anne Jensen — January 27, 2016 @ 9:00 pm

    • Oh I know, and love certainly brings warmth to winter, but it doesn’t add such a mad pace as the early winter of December.

      Comment by migueltio — January 28, 2016 @ 11:17 pm

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