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Poem Details | by Mike Gentile |
Categories: life, rain,

What Makes It Rain

I love those days, certain special days
when I can tie up my troubles
                         and send them away
 to set them adrift, a balloon in the sky
getting smaller and smaller
                              no wondering why

I love those days, certain special days
when I feel in control, 
                        when darkness abates
when direction is certain
                          and doubt is a fool
     happy and positive thoughts to rule

There are many balloons,
                                  I see in the sky
many troubles adrift,  all set free by
      those who are worried and in pain
I wonder, perhaps 
                  if that’s what makes it rain


Poem Details | by Frederic Parker |
Categories: love,

La Paloma

The splayed light of an obliging red sunset
lays upon the darkening meadow
of windswept grass
Slow-moving fingers in a visible dance 
wrap in quiet space
when moonlight silhouettes our hands as they bond

A falling star etches the night sky
burning its canvas like a struck match
vanishing as quickly as it came

The rush of life abates to a small distance
so we can free ourselves from outgrown nests
to float like doves on tender breezes
until we can fly when love is found
to lift the subtle wings of our souls


7/14/19

Poem Details | by Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick |
Categories: faith,

Love Abates

Hanging on hope, acknowledging I wade along through empty promises Away, farther and farther, I drift Outside realms of delusions I’ve seen And like a child hold to Words ever spoken in faith, august By a Father who loves unconditionally Each person regardless of hue, Origin, creed, ethnicity, religion… All, differences imposed, willfully Inciting division, one generation to next And like dominoes, each falls … Fear, animosity thrive as love abates ~*~

Poem Details | by Janice Canerdy |
Categories: drink, love,

Ode to a Coffee Cup

		  

There you sit, my Love,
holding nectar from above,
strong and rich and hot.
More awaits me in the pot!

Your serum lures me;		
from my ennui, it cures me.
I clutch you and sup
from your bounty, coffee cup.

Dear, I hold you tight,
be it afternoon or night.
Solo, with a meal—
you possess immense appeal.

Folger’s, Maxwell House--
two great brands that I espouse!
Hazelnut or French
vanilla and just a pinch

of sugar creates
the magic mix that abates
my need for a sweet,
steaming, caffeine-laden treat!



November 29, 2016, entered in the Kim Rodrigues Wake Up with Coffee or Tea Contest

Poem Details | by Cameron Hartley |
Categories: beach, beautiful, love, sea,

Why Does the Shore Love the Sea

Why does the shore love the sea?
Giving, always giving...
He lets himself be struck
By the sea in her rage
And will still hold her
As the storm abates-
Why?

My lover says it's because
When they are together,
The world is complete

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: art, life, love, time,

10 Minutes to Decide

With his back turned he looks away from her He depends on his trusty watch and waits Her response will be today, he knows it He hears them talk behind him, which abates What did she say, what was her sure answer His friend said that you may now turn around He begins to turn then she says no wait And back to their discussion they went down Minutes went by then it came upon ten He said he’ll turn around now and visit The women stopped their chatter together And he turned, what’s her answer, what is it?
Russell Sivey Contest: George Dunlop Leslie Sponsor: Isaiah Zerbst 5/19/2013

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: teen,

LIFE'S SEESAW

Dreams,desires,bitter so sweet
An adolescent trail trodden,
Engulfed by moods,melancholy and sudden;
Aches from a first love leaving,
Painful ye poignant;
Novel experience sadden,then abates
Then will gladden
As mellowed..anticipation awaits.

Poem Details | by Deneen White |
Categories: fantasy, hope, imagination, inspirational, love

Sometime In The Future

The essence of u stirs my senses
your masculine smell leaves me defenseless
anticipating the moment until I see you again
reveling you and I together
there's no beginning and no end

were not perfect of that we know
but perfect we are together as our
emotions grow 

inhaling you with every breath that I take
slowing down my breathing
until the feel of you abates

I'll just be patient until you come to me
so until the time comes forth I'll wait patiently

P.S. THIS POEM IS JUST ABOUT
A FIGMENT OF MY IMAGINATION

Poem Details | by Ralph Sergi |
Categories: introspection,

Goodbye

GOODBYE
Goodbye to all the sins I saved
and enter anew but more depraved
Transgress against love for it will not cure
My enmity of the pure of heart

My slumber will consist of themes
of wanton desire beyond the elms
with no regard of the aftermath
And generate fault until it abates

to greet the world with a heavenly glow
A fresh new feeling as new laid snow
Then it will be time to say Hello

Poem Details | by Donald Meikle |
Categories: introspection, life, time, time,

captivating druid

All the colors of the spectrum
palette mixed with sweet abandon
dancing to the music of the spheres
space and time entwined enthralled
spin pirouettes in love with life
enchanted frequencies uncalled
flashing in and out
like candles on a West bound freight train of thought 
lumbering through forgetful crossings
blindly stumbling in light of sudden day
A blink and then 'tis gone
From Knotty Ash to Winnetuxet Junction
Here do I yet listen, watch, enraptured
While the druid rider laughs and waits
inside my head to function
And I so captured
In winds of time as tide abates

Poem Details | by David Smalling |
Categories: love

Tender are the memories of summer

Tender are the memories of summer
Wilting in the sun
Nothing abates my inward hunger
For battles never won
Tender are the dreams of summer
Tender as our tears
That stain the heart and still linger
Like love through the years
When you were Dothnie, and we
Were innocent and young
We walked away so hurriedly
To yearn the unclimbed rung
O tender is the memory of your silence
And tender my pretense
And all their seeds are agonies
And all our dreams are old ironies


Poem Details | by White Wolf |
Categories: lost, lost love, love, love hurts,

Love, known and unknown

As the trees' shiver with delight at the fresh autumn breeze, The cycle of life has met his match with her. Her cloak now adorned with all the fallen acorns, while gently the sun abates for less to see. Its sensual warmth no longer felt by lovers in fields. Unaware of the web of love, I allowed my heart to falter. Now struggling in a world so cold, I fall. I fall grasping for breath that perhaps may fill me with the joy I once knew.

Poem Details | by Courtney Dyer |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, loss, lost love,

Empty


Emptiness engulfs my vacant adornment
Full of cob webs and dust, decaying like rotten flesh
Decadance has faded
All that remains is a hollow, benign shell
Dreams have faded
Only nightmares left
Or worse dreamless nights
Absent of thought and memories
Drowning in a slumber chamber
Full of nothing
Comprehension abates
Poetic utterances do not clarify 
What can only be a mystery
Shadows keep hidden what must not be revealed
The unveiling is yet to come
Lack of sincerity amongst onlookers
Keeps the waters stagnant
The occasion somber
Complacency stirs up rage
Bitterness accumulates into a fiery inferno
Injustice leads to victory
Her wrath keeps her afloat




Poem Details | by Frederic Parker |
Categories: love,

La Paloma

The splayed light of an obliging red sunset
lays upon the darkening meadow
of windswept grass

Slow-moving fingers in a visible dance
wrap in quiet space
when moonlight, silhouettes our hands
as they bond

A falling star etches the night sky
burning its canvas like a struck match
vanishing as quickly as it came

The rush of life abates to a small distance
so we can free ourselves from outgrown nests
to float like doves on tender breezes
until we can fly when love is found
to lift the subtle wings of our soul


7/14/19
11/18/19 contest Writing Challenge 2, November
A Poem Meaningful
sponsor Dear Heart-Wiishkobi Ode

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: love, love hurts,

FIRST LOVE an analysis

Dreams,desires,bitter so sweet
An adolescent trail trodden,
Engulfed by moods,melancholy and sudden;
Aches from a first love leaving,
Painful yet poignant;
Novel experience sadden,then abates
Then will gladden
As mellowed..anticipation awaits.