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Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: appreciation, love, poetry,

Caress My Soul Sweet Poet

Love's tend'rest touch, your gentle words reveal
Caress my soul. sweet poet, with your verse
Write dulcet lullabies which make me feel
Secure, like infants held at breast to nurse

Turn tears of sadness into peaceful streams
Make whispered breezes whisk my strife away
Put passion in my fantasized daydreams
Paint troubles in to flowery bouquets

And even though I know they're not for me
I steal your soothing love just like a thief
This load I carry lightens suddenly
Because my broken heart has found relief

Your words are like a song, please sing to me
Sweet poet, how I love your poetry



   an original poem by Daniel Turner

 


Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: appreciation, how i feel, love,

Within Her Heart

Within her heart is where I wish to be
To dwell inside the garden of her soul
Where each soft heartbeat plays a symphony
And all around is beauty to behold

The sunshine of her love would keep me warm
My one desire, to take life's pain away
Consoling her when clouds of sadness form
Removing troubles of each stressful day

Should something cause her fragile heart to break
I'd gather up the pieces tenderly
With love I'd smooth the sharpness of heartache
Then put them back together carefully

Within her heart is where her beauty lies
Her love, the light that shines within her eyes



   original poem by Daniel Turner



Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: appreciation, creation, emotions, happiness, joy, love, magic,

Prayer For Her, This Wounded Heart Healed

Prayer For Her, This Wounded Heart Healed

Please keep this dream in my lost life
remove painful sting and life filled with strife
Let her dance and sing another sweet tune
as I hold her under this, merciful God's moon.
 

An excerpt from:  "As I Hold Her Under This, Merciful God's Moon"
(written 7/26/2015)
For- Your Best Poem #2 contest, sponsor	Shadow Hamilton

Now Submitted for contest: July 19, 2019
Contest: Arbitrium Divisa 3
Sponsor: Gregory R Barden

Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: appreciation, nature, summer,

Summer Love Sonnet

What's not to love about a summer day?
Kissed by the sun, the warmth of its embrace
To feel the cleanse from sweat at work and play
While honeysuckle breezes cool my face

With hillsides blanketed in purple vetch
Magenta morning glories and light blues
Imagine all the butterflies they fetch
A scene to romance any poet's muse

But when it gets too hot, I seek the shade
Barefoot in clover 'neath tall sycamores
Or take a watermelon down to wade
A spring fed creek, to cool, while I explore

That evening, in the swing, I watch  fireflies
Then pray I wake to see one more sunrise 


   May 9 - 2018


Poem Details | by natalyn hobbs |
Categories: appreciation, care, caregiving, grandmother, love,

Grandma Andrea

Grandma Andrea encourages me.
Grandma Andrea has faith in me.
Grandma Andrea is a lot like me.
Grandma Andrea is a great grandmother.
Grandma Andrea is sweet.
Grandma Andrea is kind.
Grandma Andrea is intelligent.
Grandma Andrea cares for me.
Grandma Andrea loves me.
I love my grandma Andrea!

Poem Details | by Daniel Turner |
Categories: appreciation, forgiveness, love hurts,

An Unpaid Debt

With less tomorrows than I've yesterdays
In looking back I have but one regret
Before that last tomorrow fades away
I wish that I could pay an unpaid debt

Back to a summer day so long ago
How frivolous we were with innocence
Two kids in love and way too young to know
Decisions made in haste have consequence

In tenderness I'd kiss away her tears
I'd tell her I am sorry for her pain
Give back the love I'd carried all those years
Convince her that her gift was not in vain

I'd ask for her forgiveness on my knees
Tears of contrition I would surely weep
Then thank her for life's sweetest memory
And with her blessing peacefully I'd sleep


  October 10 2016


Poem Details | by Tim Smith |
Categories: appreciation, love, women,

She's Always a Woman

Woman, you take my breath away
Not in what radiates off your precious skin
But what lies deep inside of you
 
Head held high
Not letting one moment
Of life slip on by
 
Strength more than a conviction
Capturing every ounce
Of my begging heart
 
Mother to many, daughter to all
Let me be your comfort
The harbor in your shore
 
Lead me
Feed me
Be the answer to my prayers
 
Guide me
Walk beside me
In the waning of our years

Poem Details | by Susan Ashley |
Categories: appreciation, devotion, joy, soulmate, together, true love, universe,

Melting Point


The moment I saw you I fell in love with the universe. Like raindrops rippling a still pond, our concentric circles coalesced - moving past duality and melting into Oneness. Susan Ashley May 14, 2019 ~ First Place ~ Contest: May 2019 Premier 5 (Max 5 Lines) Sponsor: Brian Strand ............... - The relationship between love and Oneness - *The Sufi poet Rumi wrote; “The lover asked his beloved, do you love yourself more than you love me? The beloved replied, I have died to myself but I live for thee.”* *Ram Das said; “Oneness is the source of love. Real love is the One celebrating itself as two.”*

Poem Details | by Susan Ashley |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, love,

Under Your Influence


In a state of awareness that transcends time and distance I swaddled you in the folds of my being feeling the pure bliss of being saturated in love I poured my love out for you of sweet dreams gifted in silvery streams as I held your tender breath to my breast - that you were beautifully oblivious only served to further enthrall my exalted emotions and your innocent influence acted upon my destiny. Susan Ashley August 5, 2018

Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: appreciation, art, beautiful, romantic, sensual, sexy, sweet love,

Breathing, Soft Heaving Bosom Swells

Breathing, Soft Heaving Bosom Swells

Swaying rhythmic her hips
Tantalizing her lips
Blue casting sapphire eyes
Dancing under night skies
Such heavenly sweet trips
Docking side by side ships.

Breathing, soft heaving bosom swells
O' pleasures, past glorious bells
And Fated bounty was given
For then Love was in the liven
First kiss, gold coins in wishing wells
Sexual thoughts one never tells.

Swaying rhythmic her hips
Tantalizing her lips
Blue casting sapphire eyes
Dancing under night skies
Such heavenly sweet trips
Side by side docking ships.

Robert J. Lindley, 8-16-2018
Rhyme, ( Youth, romance and past treasures once found)

Poem Details | by Michelle Faulkner |
Categories: appreciation, books, community, together,

Library Love

Lingering among the stacks
Interval of serenity, a luxury to
Borrow a world, then bring it back
Riches of printed page, once few
Are carried throughout the community
Requiring only a card to belong
Young and old both given opportunity

Lending literacy to growing minds, strong
Out of many streets, they share the room
Vaulted ideas have a place to bloom
Encyclopedias of adventures to unpack!

1/22/19


Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: appreciation, love, wisdom,

What Love Is



L ove is the one force transcending all others,

O pens those hearts that adversity smothers,

V irtuous, to vanquish all hate, fear and doubt, 

E nduring, immortal, and ALL ... life's ... about.




~ 2nd Place ~  in the "A Four Line Poem On What Is Love" Poetry Contest, Faraz Ajmal, Judge & Sponsor.

(Eleven syllables per line, as per HowManySyllables.com)

Poem Details | by Allan Terry |
Categories: appreciation, confidence, encouraging, endurance, film, fun, love,

got me thinking you love me

it like you care
i mean if you keep on
keeping on
i might whined-up thinking you
love me or something
I mean kissing and dance
getting those second glances
and the notes on my phone
I might whined-up thinking
you love me.
sometimes I think about
the way you might preseve me
and than I wonder if
I should look at you the same way
smelling your hair
acting like you care
it makes me wonder
asking myself what spell am I under
You got me thinking you
love me

Poem Details | by Thomas Martin |
Categories: appreciation, butterfly, cat, friendship, love, poetess, poetry,

To Constance--broken wings

Constance
a fine but sad poet
her poems run deep
into love paradisial
or fraught with thorns

Poem Details | by wendy lee klenetsky |
Categories: appreciation, celebration, how i feel, love, memory, mom, poetry,

MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER

MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER

Throughout childhood and adolescent days,
She was my staunchest supporter,
And through teen years and young adulthood
I was glad to be her daughter.
As a mother-in-law and grandma,    
She’s there whenever/wherever she’s needed,
And if this was to be her lot in life,
She’s definitely succeeded.
But whatever she is to other folks;
A friend, sister or other,
She is to me, and will always be
MY LIFETIME FRIEND: MY MOTHER!

BY 
WENDY LEE KLENETSKY: PROUD DAUGHTER OF CECILE SEIGAL

Poem Details | by John Hamilton |
Categories: appreciation, devotion, longing, lost, love, repetition, trust,

Let love lead you home

Lost in the world, no direction, no love, to be found,
No one cares for you, animosity knows no bounds.
When you're off course, you need not be alone,
A little help is all you need, let love lead you home.

Love is the compass, when you're astray in the woods,
Languishing in the darkness, you feel, gone for good.
A glimmer of hope, when, someone finds where you roam,
Let love lead the way, let love lead you home.

Temptation is abundant, too easy to go astray,
Loyalty is the director, helps to show you the way.
Show your thankfulness, for the love you've been shown.
Let love lead the way, let love lead you home.

John Derek Hamilton   October 21,2015

Poem Details | by Laura Breidenthal |
Categories: appreciation, dedication, i love you, inspirational, love, passion, sky,

The Sun

An ethereal warmth, I once attain
A grasp of peace to grace the rain
With every drop, a fervent bliss, 
A smile, a godsend from your lips

I shall meet you there,
In the poet's dream
In an evergreen forest
By a laughing stream 
Remembering every life we lived,
Admitting every grief we grieved 
Each vision beaming, melting true,
To the weeping sky, bursting blue
I will not hold you to just a thought 
To a frivolous muse illusion begot

I will hold you in my love, real as can be
I will wake to you, the sun, rested and free

-To Jack Ellison, my much needed sunshine
Thank you for inspiring me!

Poem Details | by Jerry T Curtis |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, blessing, creation, meaningful, nature, uplifting,

I Love That Bug

In Deutschland they're called Schmetterling 
Mariposa down in Spain,
And although they're called, by different names
They're really quiet the same 
Borboleta sounds like fun to say
and Farfalla twist my tongue  
But when they're seen in France
They're simply Papillon
But in the Scottish hills
Where they migrate with desire 
They call them  Dalán-dé
When trans-lated mean "Gods Fire"  
No matter what you call them
When their beauty meets my eye
I have to take a moment
To enjoy the Butterfly

Poem Details | by njeri hunjeri |
Categories: appreciation, encouraging, inspiration, love, people, social, together,

People need people

Even islands get lonely

Like weaving palm leaves to make baskets
Like crocheting to make a pair of socks
       We need each other

The threads that connect us all
The webs that we leave behind
       As we meet each other
       As we befriend each other
       As we spend bits of time with each other
       As we are there for each other
Add us years, that hold us dear

Poem Details | by L. J. Carber |
Categories: age, appreciation, inspirational, love, nostalgia, relationship, soulmate,

An Aging Wife

I look at her and I can see
a woman approaching slowly 
the land of old age, her 
night-black hair invaded by
lonely grey strands, stragglers
of an approaching army, a 
relentless force built over
sixty years, stealing bits of 
her beauty, loosening her
skin, lightening her bones.

I now can easily see the old woman
she will become, and while I miss her
light-stepping, insouciant youth
which pulled both heart and body,
at last I can hear love's secret sound
as she draws my soul ever closer.

(May, 2015)












































Poem Details | by Eugene Harvey |
Categories: appreciation, blessing, giving, love, meaningful, nice, simple,

timeless

true acts of kindness
quiet, innocent, sincere 
infinite wisdom

© Eugene Harvey

Poem Details | by Davor Miljkovic |
Categories: appreciation, cute love, desire, metaphor, romantic,

Pikachu

Poké Balls flying
Many trainers are trying
To catch Pikachu,
But one is humbly saying
Of the whole world, I'd pick you

Poem Details | by Baalak Baburo |
Categories: angel, animal, appreciation, best friend, love, pets,

Warmest Welcome

Through the door, running
Hair flowing magically
Welcomes me, my dog.

Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: appreciation, art, blessing, destiny, love, passion, symbolism,

HAPPINESS ACROSTIC

HAPPINESS ACROSTIC

H er gentle touch soothed his broken spirit
A nd he knew his heart was forever enslaved
P oetry she sang sweetly, he could hear it 
P romised their names in stone to be engraved
I n her songs the words healed and enhanced
N ew feelings just begging to be released
E very year, each other they deeply romanced
S avoring love, every touch and kiss increased
S o when that promise came neither feared it

Contest: Happiness acrostic
Sponsor John Hamilton

12-15-2015

Poem Details | by Keshan Govender |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, dance, dream, for her, love, passion,

Our Dance, Must End

The lead you own; your charge I accept
Your feet lithe, my eyes mesmerized 
My joy suppressed, hope found
Your hand in mine, my dream alive. 
Points important, the moment more 
As you glide, my wonder is nourished
A spectator, a partner; my roles, both
Your delicate motions, I relish. 
Each step an accomplishment known
The first twirl, my fear shown
The second, aggravation grown
The beginning forgotten, but procrastination key
As the dip is done, my body is numbed
The end of an assessment; the loss of your grasp.