Photo credit: yahoo.com/images This is such a beautiful poem. It's so delightful to see children engaging themselves in reading, writing and using their creative minds to write stories and poems that will capture the reader in a way that they can visualize in their mind the story being told as if it were being told … Continue reading Poem by Mary Angela Douglas – Children In Their Dreams, Dreamed Apple Green – Children Who Inspire!
Photo credit: http://www.yahoo.com/images Of course, I regret it. I mean there I was under umbrellas of fruit so red they had to be borne of Summer, and no other season. Flip-flops and fishhooks. Ice cubes made of lemonade and sprigs of mint to slip in blue glasses of tea. I was dusty, my ponytail all askew and … Continue reading Aimee Nezhukumaathil -The Woman Who Turned Down a Date with a Cherry Farmer – Poets Who Inspire
Photo credit: yahoo.com/images I was reading through some poems tonight and ran across this one. It's really cute, short and sweet, but enough to read to my grandchildren and watch their eyes light up with excitement.! "I Am The Sponge" I think of happiness as a pool of water, And into it, I will plunge. … Continue reading Jonathan Platt – “I Am The Sponge!” Poets Who Inspire
Photo credit: yahoo.com/images My Precious ChildMy precious child, please do not moan or weep.In this life, all material things will fade away fast.Sleep my child, allow your mind, and heart some peace.Take comfort in knowing that this storm shall soon pass. Jasmine D. Parker ©
Louise-Rose-Étiennette Gérard, known as Rosemonde Gérard (April 5, 1871, Paris – July 8, 1953, Paris) was a French poet and playwright. She was the wife of Edmond Rostand (1868–1918, author of Cyrano de Bergerac), and was a granddaughter of Étienne Maurice Gérard, who was a Marshal and a Prime Minister of France. When you are … Continue reading “The Eternal Song”- Poem by Rosemonde Gerard – Poets Who Inspire!
Photo Credit: https://images.search.yahoo.com I’ve walked along rugged paths with no end. Along some of the rockiest of roads, With beautiful colors of flower groves. With dust-filled eyes and a mouth like cotton. Eyes beholding what time had forgotten. Thorns on bushes, stabbing like sharp knives. I gaze at the sky and increase my stride, … Continue reading So, I WALK – A Poem
Photo credit: bing.com/images Perhaps some day the sun will shine again, And I shall see that still the skies are blue, And feel one more I do not live in vain, Although bereft of you. Perhaps the golden meadows at my feet, Will make the sunny hours of spring seem gay, And I shall find … Continue reading “Perhaps” – A Poem by Vera Brittain – Poets Who Inspire!
Photo Credit: Bing images Here’s a poet and critic of the twentieth century that walked to a beat of his own drum. Although controversial, but still standing for what he believed in at a time when you were shunned and out casted for being different or having your own ideas that didn’t coincide with the … Continue reading EZRA POUND – POETS WHO INSPIRE!
Photo credit: Bing images As an avid reader and writer, I love reading and researching about other writers I know little or nothing at all about. Many of these people have lived incredible lives and others have had nothing but made something great out of the nothing. Well, I know who the great Alice Walker … Continue reading ALICE WALKER – POETS WHO INSPIRE!
Photo Credit: Bing Photos I am always excited to read about poets. It doesn't matter if they are young or old. Poetry inspires me and I get lost in reading it. It's a way of being in a peaceful, stress-free place. May I introduce to you, Dante. He started writing poetry this year in fifth … Continue reading DANTE – Child Poets Who Inspire!