Category Archive: Poems

Male Ebony Jewelwing

At the Dunwoody Nature Center last week I found a compliant Male Ebony Jewelwing. Here is a poem I wrote and a picture I took portraying this beautiful insect: Bouncing through the woods… Continue reading

Stars of the Forest

Diurnal creatures with poor eyesight in the dark but with a knack for staying up late, humans attempt to defy night with electrical lights. As a consequence, we hardly ever experience nature’s complete… Continue reading


     I recently wrote a poem about conservation in nature. Each stanza is a Cinquain, a type of poem with one word in the first line as the title, two adjectives to… Continue reading

A New Creation

     I have not done a blog post in almost a month and I got the idea to write a poem Friday night, so I thought  I would put it on my… Continue reading