up at dawn: by Rick Davis | Poetry | PAROUSIA Magazine

shuffling near the lake quietness shakes the wavering air. purple lilies sigh. sun and moonlight blend in watery shadows. the creamy moon is infinite. gusts of wind sing. a woman with heavy pale make-up exits a high-rise and scowls at creation – burning like a necklace of jewels. peaceful sky. i jog, lost in thought…

morning: by Rick Davis | Poetry | PAROUSIA Magazine

half-awake life. singing with destination. easing through sunlight. relaxing in rushing air. floating in the welcoming recliner. i listen, becoming my higher-self – a song bird resting on God. Rick Davis lives in the Chicago area, USA.  He is married to Marianne. Marianne has five children, and twenty-four grand & great-grandchildren.  They have a loved…

Three Poems from Rick Davis | PAROUSIA Magazine

true kabbalah: breathing Light I rest peacefully lying on the loveseat acquiescently observing the television and luminous blue white sky above. rushing purity from vents below as i lovingly peck at the tablet allowing my higher self to express him/herself — knowing that this is the only self that i am — knowing the Unity…