Category Archives: Poetry
Yukon Summer Feelings – A Poem I do love the green The blue and red sheen The orange, the pink and the yellow Magenta, cyan, and violet is grand All together, they make me feel mellow. The warmth is so … Continue reading
[fb_like] Tweet Environmental Haiku It’s Armageddon Environmental Disputes Survive or Perish Norm Hamilton Norm Norm Hamilton is a freelance writer and photographer based in Whitehorse.
[fb_like] Tweet She walked slowly behind him as he escorted her to the opening in the ice. He stood steadfast, loyal and on-guard while she daintily slipped her head beneath the water; perhaps in search of a morsel. Satiated, she … Continue reading
[fb_like] I can’t bend my fingers And can’t feel my toes The burn on my cheeks Just the frostbitten know It’s a bright sunny day Why walk? God knows In Yukon, in winter Light still comes with cold And now … Continue reading
[fb_like] Glistening Sparkling Silently falling from the heavens Blanketing the earth and its inhabitants In a shroud of bright darkness Love Joy These harbingers of wonder Arrive bringing solace to the soul And memories of times past Friends Family Like … Continue reading
[fb_like] The Great Unknowing, believing they are knowing, Usually to gain power or self-perceived prestige, Informing the uninformed with misinformation That the uninformed then misinterpret, and Expound and exhort to other uninformed.
[fb_like] Haiku – Snow Fresh snow bright and clean While created from the cold Fills my heart with warmth Norm Norm Hamilton is a freelance writer and photographer based in Whitehorse.