Cherrie Palmer : Writing

Lightly Feathered

Lightly Feathered

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


Eventide caresses the sky. Undertones of plum are lightly feathered. End of day is secured by retracting light. While silence is interrupted ..
Coaxing  Tomorrow

Coaxing Tomorrow

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


With care let us ease the day away, and before we close the door to rest, sing to tomorrow a greeting of care. Let a tender voice be offered. Coax..
I'm not speaking to the Moon

I'm not speaking to the Moon

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


I have no greeting for the Moon. He left me in my darkest mood. Clutching at the blackest night. With no compassion for my fright. “It was ..
Beneath Sun & Stars

Beneath Sun & Stars

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


I have just released an ebook of poetry about nature on Amazon Kindle. Paperback to follow :)
Twice Aged

Twice Aged

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


Twice aged. Fully flavored, and smooth. Aromatic aromas, waft through the air. Triplicity of sugared maple, wood, and char. Distilled i..
Textures of Night

Textures of Night

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


textures of night wrestle with the wind black on black sway and bend creaking of maples with whistling leaves sing with cicadas and an owl in a..
Water's Edge

Water's Edge

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


31 syllables 5 7 5 7 7
Morning's Trifles

Morning's Trifles

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


Upon the vista, Morning's trifles glean. Day's wafting breath stirs, tender blades of green. Then boldly a cresting smile, sits on the horizon, ..
Once More

Once More

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


For children who a parent has left them
I Heard A Poem Today

I Heard A Poem Today

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer


I heard a poem today. It took my breath away. Its canvas, neither paper or ink. Nor words, a man would speak. But carried upon the wind, an..

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