Ghosts – Author Tracy Seiden

 

Sunlight streams through branches tall

Dust motes dancing in the gentle breeze

She walks the path they forged alone

The only sound bluebird’s sweet summer song

 

Shadows dance to the rhythm of her soul

Flowers blossom in mid summer’s noon

Scents drift violet shades of longing

Her thoughts crowding, jostling to be heard

 

A wandering wind sighs upon her cheek

As her peace once more descends

A whisper of a smile adorns her lips

Her prince not yet found her still

 

Until that day she’ll meander down this path

To loves sweet siren call

Smiling as her heart sends out a signal

And his ghost returns to fall.

 

© Tracy Seiden

Stardust and Fire

 

 

 

 

 

 

Excerpt from the book “Stardust and Fire – Tales of a Hopeful Romantic”

$13.95 Plus Shipping ~ Available at CTU Publishing Group and Amazon.com


Tracy

About the Author

Tracy Seiden lives in Texas.  She works in disaster assistance helping others regain their homes after disasters such as flooding and hurricanes.  Her desire is to retire to live in a cabin by the water somewhere, able to look out over the water and write.

Her first book, Stardust and Fire, Tales of a Hopeful Romantic was published in November of 2015 and has received excellent reviews and won the honorable award at Readers Favorite.  Tracy’s second book of poems delves deeper into thoughts of love and loss.

Visit Tracy’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/tracy-seiden.html

Now Available on Kindle: www.amazon.com/Stardust-Fire-Tales-Hopeful-Romantic-ebook/dp/B01N7UK6S6



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