Gauzy broth veils the golden yolk
Morning cobwebs dull goals and dreams
head clears as sky clears, future gleams
Ready to eat this day. Won’t choke.
A Redondilla Poem
The View at the Top
I hike the rain slicked trail, gazing from ground to wood
Afraid to trip on rocks, afraid to miss the good
Torn between what I want to do and what I should
Looking ahead and looking back to where I stood.
I don’t do this enough, so I need frequent breaks
To pee behind a tree, to ease my lungs from ache
Slowly I ascend the steep, resting when calves quake
Reaching the summit, I know this was no mistake.
(An Awit Poem)