As he walked up to her slowly, he didn’t say a word. His lips quivered, eyes teared, but not a sound was heard. His eyes gently said what his mouth couldn’t say. He loved this woman then and even more this day. As he gazed into her face, he remembered the day they met, for … Continue reading The Ring – A Poem
He struck a chord with me, unlike any other. He lit a fire that burned and crackled with a smell that ignited memories of somewhere in time. He turned to me and held my hand, while tenderly twirling me around to the soft tunes of the music. As I twirled round and round, I felt … Continue reading I Was Free – A Poem
Spring has sprung and rode in on the rays of golden sun. Rays so bright and full of warmth, spring is here, now it's time to have fun. I long to drink of the beauty of spring and all of its amenities. The bees flutter over the honeysuckle, getting drunk on the essential oils, sucrose, … Continue reading Spring Has Sprung!
Once upon a time in a land far away. Lived a family whose lives would change in a strange way. One day in the summer of nineteen sixty-nine, the mother was hanging laundry on the clothesline. Out of the forest, her son ran, clutching an old painted vase in hand. His mother grabbed him to … Continue reading “The Monkey’s Uncle – A POEM
I'm not inspired so writing is not as easy Right now the way the world has treated me is freezing To feel more love a new friend seems like what I'm needing Someone who believes in me and who I can believe in Sometimes my own writings are all that I'm reading Sometimes I rely on technology to talk to others instead of meeting https://www.poetry.com/poem/63045/someone Photo credit: Yahoo.com/images
JANUARY Delightful display Snowdrops bow their pure whiteheads To the sun's glory. FEBRUARY Fresh green buds appear Indicating spring will soon Energize us all. MARCH Lambs gambol in fields Frisky with the joys of life Bleating happily. APRIL Bluebells stand so proud Beneath trees so sparsely dressed Fresh green leaves unfold. MAY Much awaited … Continue reading Haiku Poems About Months Of The Year
The moon hid behind the clouds like a child playing hide and seek. melting away in the distance, now only a memory of the night. Slowly returning to view, peeking out from behind the clouds, then slips away again, and disappears in the morning hour. Written by: Jasmine Parker Photo credit: Yahoo.com/images
This is a poem written by Ethan, a 14-year-old who wrote this poem to commemorate his uncle when he told Ethan a story of his best friend passing away in his arms. Losing A Friend During War Running through the battlefield, bracing for the bang. Cannons fire near me, metal swords go clang. Everyone I know … Continue reading Losing A Friend During War – A Poem Written by Ethan. Young Poets Who Inspire!
Silently the snow fell in the night, blanketing everything uncovered, as one blankets a sleeping child. Plants and trees were smothered by nature’s ice-cold quilt. To all who lie in bed listening for the snowfall, excited at what awaits the daybreak, winter carried a surprise. An arctic blast with huge snowfalls, as icicles formed on … Continue reading Winter Snow – A Poem
This poem is one that one might imagine a mother of that era sitting down and saying to her son. In the language that might have been used by this mother during that time. Langston Hughes had a way of bringing life to his poetry by writing about real-life and being straightforward about how things … Continue reading Mother to Son – A Poem Written by Langston Hughes