Stegosaurus

Oh, Stegosaurus how miss you
My favorite toy when I was but a youth
I miss your large stubby legs
The spiky tail with its deadly spikes
Your plates you had on your back
Help you with sun and protection from your enemies
I miss the grin plastered on your face
As I fed you imaginary green ferns to chew slowly on
Oh, Stegosaurus how I miss holding you in my hand
How I had minding yourself
Until I brought T-Rex out to give you a fight
You always won as your tail was used as a battle axe
I miss the times we were together
Looking up facts about you in books
Now you lie in a box with other dinosaurs
Waiting for your time to re-emerge once again anf play

Ten Way Of Looking At A Light bulb

I
Gives light in darkest places
Where blackness runs deep
Only one light bulb is needed to shine.

II
A light bulb thought
Turns on in my head
Developing into a workable idea.

III
Under fabric circled around
On mounted base screwed under
Light bulb off until dangle cord is pulled.

IV
A joke of how many certain people
Does it take to change a light bulb
Will grab a few chuckles from a crowd.

V
A beacon shines out on sea
Far rays from light bulb
Gives protected light for sailors.

VI
Street lamps shine at each house
Except one fades in and out
In need of new light bulb change.

VII
Light bulb shines bright
Giving hope to world
Filling up with darkness.

VIII
Electric currents move into
Filaments sparking a light
In glass bulb to make light bulb light.

IX
Neon sign blink on and off
With color light bulbs
Beckoning people into bars.

X
A square of light bulbs
Frame a glass mirror
As one readies themselves for performance.

Her Tears Upon The Ground

She weeps her tears upon the ground
Sadness fills her soul
Puddles form from her tears
Lakes, rivers rise to overflow
She is in distress
What has happen to her world?
Chaos regins to the west
Caps of ice melt in the north and south of poles
The east in a mode of change
She struggles to make sense
Cries out to those few that listen
They take heed even through they’re few
But it’s not enough to stop what may come to pass
As she watches her world disappearing
Through her crying eyes