Category Archives: Poetry

We Are

You are a steadying hand on me, And guide ne straight along. I am a joy to you, fulfilling your life’s song. You are my moon and stars, I am your sun. We are a mirrored two Framed into one. … Continue reading

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I Win Again

Oh, lovely, lovely, lovely, You soft October rain, With touch of cool within your voice, That says, “I win again!” Oh, win again, again, again, Upon my lips and eyes! Ah, to see through mist again within fall’s Paradise!

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How Silently

How silently the day dies. It dies and dies away, Smooth, serenely, easy, And the last boat goes, Goes serenely up, Up the stream, Serenely, as in a dream, While the last light dies. It dies and dies away.

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I’ll Have Won (a child’s poem)

When something happens l don’t want, And all because of me, I start to yell, and scream and pant, Because l did not see. And no one knows my anger is For hurt inside of me. But, maybe father, and … Continue reading

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She Cooks Besides!

My love does chores All day and night, She really does And does them right! Her hands do fly, Her body spins; Down low, up high, She cleans and wins! Across the room She dances fair— To grab a broom … Continue reading

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Saucy Soul

Such beautiful poems I wrote last year For you, and only you, my precious dear, With love so genuine, deep and true, And my whole soul in love with you, And every thought and feeling said I love you from … Continue reading

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The Reasons

Pleasure of eyes and of lips and of hands, Of the mind that seizes and understands That the joy of the senses bears no ill To the hands that take for the spirit’s fill, As the lips of two lovers … Continue reading

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