A Brush With The past.

Poem 1
Poem 1
Poem 2
Poem 2
Poem 2
Poem 2
Poem 2
Poem 2

A brush With The Past.



Just a painting
slightly skewed
on the wall of my soul,
I can still see her
framed in long lost dreams.
Summer romance sizzling
into Septembers embers.
There's a gallery
hung from many summers of
my youth but this one....

©-MFB III

The Dirty Thirties.




There was no grain
in the dust bowl,
only children
gazing sadly at
the emptiness
set before them.
Mothers weeping
softly in the
wee hours,
and farmers
dragging horse
drawn miscarriages
across infertile land.

©-MFB III

///////////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

Portrait Of A Stilled Life.

Discovered in an alleyway,

this child of the streets,

was draped in diamonds

only Mother Nature could bestow.


Glistening under November’s sun

its first frost coating her flesh,

she was dirt poor but found richness

in her escape from despair.

/\/\/\

 

 

©-MFB III

`

More by this Author

  • The Constipation Of The United Blights Of America.
    0

    The Constipation of the United Blights of America ©-MFB III “ We the Puppets of the divided states, both red and blue, in disorder choose to deform a more perfect Union. We hang like...

  • Robin My Hood
    1

    On the first day of xmas your true love gave you a schadenfreude Robin my hood... on April 1, 2004. ©-MFB III- All rights reserved As the rains subsided, I spied a mother Robin today dancing on clawed...

  • Autumn Gleanings.
    2

    From the Palette of Mother Nature. You know where to go with a doubt Behold the handicrafts of God, ~ observe now as his Winter looms, ~ stitch needled specks of crystal white. Each weaving flawless, thick...


Comments 2 comments

poetlorraine 6 years ago

loved this, saw that picture with the lady and two childrens somewhere else just recently


MFB III profile image

MFB III 6 years ago from United States Author

probably in a history book.....there were quite a few pictures taken from the Dust bowl era, people were fascinated with other folks misery.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    Click to Rate This Article
    working