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lily pads open-Poem by ayaz daryl nielsen
a melodious voice from the reeds-Poem by ayaz daryl nielsen
a cobblestone trail-Poem by ayaz daryl nielsen
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cobblestonetrail.jpg
Art by Ann Marie Rhiel 2019

the cobblestone trail

of my poetic footsteps

 

by ayaz daryl nielsen

 

 

immense distances

of tilting sketches 

and frail rhythms,

with verbs and verses

dogging my footsteps,

tapping on my shoulder,

of pendulums swinging

from tremulous dreams 

struggling for life, yes, 

this, this is the cobble-

stoned trail of my 

poetry’s footsteps

 

 

 

ayaz daryl nielsen, veteran and former hospice nurse, lives in Longmont, Colorado, USA, with his beloved wife, poet and psychoanalyst Judith Partin-Nielsen.  Editor of bear creek haiku (28+ years/150+ issues) with poetry published worldwide (and deeply appreciated), he is online at:  bear creek haiku; poetry, poems and info.



Ann Marie Rhiel is the Assistant Art Director for Yellow Mama Webzine. She was born and raised in Bronx, New York, presently living in New Jersey. She reconnected with her passion for art in 2016 and has had her work exhibited in art galleries around northern New Jersey ever since. She is a commissioned painting artist, who also enjoys photography. Her work has also appeared in Black Petals and Megazine Official.

In Association with Black Petals & Fossil Publications 2019