Ingrid Bruck is wild flower gardener and a poet inspired by nature. She lives in Amish country in Pennsylvania. This site shocases selected works by her.

Costume Jewelry - Published by: Naturewriting

Poem & photo by Ingrid Bruck  

Costume Jewelry


Sun comes as a thief

tip toeing into day.

Light sways,

trees crackle.

Rhinestone light spills

on crystal webs,

trees blaze

with diamonds.

She bends down,

stretches out long fingers,

strokes the glint and glitter

on branches and twigs,

and picks off jewels

adorning bare trees.

Ice sparks

swirl and fly,

rainbows shatter,

drop and clink.

Sun opens her hands

to admire her treasures,

they’re empty,

she’s been robbed.


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Date published: November 26, 2018

first baby teeth - Published by:  Otata 36: E-Zine of Haiku and Short Poems

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