A Haiku, The Sun

So here is another spring haiku that I wrote this morning. It is in the 50’s today, and it’s easy to notice the impact the sun has on dormant life. Dormant life renewedThe sun kisses God’s creaturesExuberance reigns Let me know what you think!Thanks for reading!Travis Travis J. McRoy 2021 All Rights ReservedImage by Tim Hill from Pixabay 

A Haiku, The Windows

I’m sorry, I can’t help it. I have to keep the spring haiku train rolling, so here is another one I thought of this morning: Music to our earsBountiful sounds of natureOpen windows bask Let me know what you think!Thanks for reading!Travis Travis J. McRoy 2021 All Rights Reserved Image by Oberholster Venita from Pixabay 

300 followers!

I hit 300 followers yesterday! With that being said, I’ll open up a little bit more about myself by sharing a fun fact. Fun fact: I have a ridiculous collection of novelty t-shirts. I felt this t-shirt offers some good advice and good vibes to everyone out there in the WP community, “Stay Golden.” ThankContinue reading “300 followers!”

A Haiku, The Rain

I just thought of this haiku last night as I was staring out my office window. I could see lightning in the distance and a little rumble of thunder. Shortly after the lightning, it started to rain. Taps on the rooftopLightning dances with vengeanceThe clouds start to weep Let me know what you think!Thanks forContinue reading “A Haiku, The Rain”

A Poem, Déjà vu

I wrote this poem a little while ago and it touches on déjà vu with a sci-fi twist. We’ve all had the feeling like we’ve done it all before, but we can’t put our fingers on it.The poor soul in the poem finds out why he has the feeling in a mind-bending way. I’ve walkedContinue reading “A Poem, Déjà vu”

A Poem, The Failed Deity

Dramatis Personae: An egotistical person that, by happenstance, stumbled across a tiny speck of a civilization to lord over.Setting: Earth, parallel universe. All praise me for your deity has comePraise me until your jaws are brokenNo mutiny under my thumbYour fearsome God has spokenI’ll rule with an iron fistPut those able hands to laborOr I’ll crushContinue reading “A Poem, The Failed Deity”

A Haiku, The Bats

I was working outside last summer, and nightfall was coming. Where I live, there are some large boulders on the side of the hills that pretty much serve as caves. While I was loading my wheelbarrow, I heard a collective sound of chirps, so I stopped to listen. It was a giant swarm of batsContinue reading “A Haiku, The Bats”

A Poem, The Accusing Sun

In an upcoming novel that I am currently writing, the protagonist wrote the journal entry below: “The sun shines bright, glaring at a person like an accusing eye, an eye that had its eyelid torn off to mitigate the temptation of blinking. It refuses to lose sight of us as we wallow in the mire.”Continue reading “A Poem, The Accusing Sun”

A Poem, Prodigal Son

This is an abbreviated narrative poem I put together a while ago. It focuses on the return of a prodigal son, and I use that term loosely. I may change its title to “The Son Has Returned.” –Please feel free to share your thoughts on this. Anyway, it is more of a modern take onContinue reading “A Poem, Prodigal Son”

200 Followers!

I got a notification this morning that I reached 200 followers!I opened WordPress and saw the notification, and this is pretty much verbatim my reaction. You might be asking yourself, well, how did you celebrate? And if you are not asking yourself that question, no worries, because I’m going to tell you anyway. Haha 😊Continue reading “200 Followers!”

A Poem, Knight’s Call

Dramatis Personae: An injured knight who is a prisoner of war. As he watches fellow prisoners getting executed, he decides to act luring and killing the guard. Time is of the essence as their freedom is slipping away. Following his given oath, he defends the helpless even if it means his death.Setting: Castle prison HandsContinue reading “A Poem, Knight’s Call”