Archives For Poetry

often foggy ‘round here

Ryan Eidson  —  January 23, 2017

a poem (haiku)

A warm morning. Fog.

Difficult to see, to drive

Sun melts the low clouds.

seasons change fast here

Ryan Eidson  —  January 18, 2017

a poem (haiku)

Snow, freezing rain, sleet

Then warm, rain, cold again. Why?

Missouri weather.

a poem (haiku)

The trees rock left, right

Winter wind blows through and gusts

Deer run to safety.

third snow of the season

Ryan Eidson  —  January 4, 2017

Photo (c) Ryan Eidsona poem (haiku)

White flakes fall from sky

Roads get covered as I drive.

Cold feet, crank the heat.


Ryan Eidson  —  April 18, 2014


a poem by Ryan Eidson

Daybreak was nearingResurrection | rose photo (c) 2014 Ryan Eidson
The disciples hid in fear
Linens smelled like perfume
The guards held their spears

Earthquakes and angels
The stone was rolled away!
Guards fell like dead men
As night turned into day

Appearances, then vanishes
Not bound by time or space
He has risen, indeed!
He is Love, and Truth, and Grace

The garden is the new Eden
Mary, the picture of the Bride
We are His, and He is ours!
Oh, how He gives us divine life! Continue Reading…