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Poem Details | by Maurice Yvonne |
Categories: water,

A Sea Of Love



Swimming in tears of glee
birth from water - my child I hold.
Gently, carefully I cut her free.
The skies open, rain streams of gold.
In tears of glee my child I hold.

Her mother immersed snugly 
displays a glow. She flows, radiates.
I hand her our daughter our baby.
A sea of love opens the flood gates.
Our daughter our baby she flows, radiates.

Fluid are the feelings now fill me,
rushes through me like a lifeline.
We three, are now a family,
like rivers to the ocean, we combine.
Feelings now fill me, we combine.



01~22~2015
Sponsor: Craig Cornish
Contest: Manassian Quintain






Poem Details | by Lee Ramage |
Categories: caregiving, introspection, love,

Lighting My Candle From Within

I light my candle from within the more I give to you, An inner strength builds inside, it fills my empty soul, The encompassing love present when my life was askew, Needing a reason to get up every morning was my goal, Volunteering at hospice gave me more, filling a gapping hole. Written by Lee Ramage September 18, 2011 Contest by Paula Swanson “By Candle Light”

Poem Details | by Pandita Sanchez |
Categories: love,

What You are to Me

What You are to Me – Five Lines
Always in lucid dreams, it’s you I see, ever like the North Star, constant and bright. My angel, you’re my heavenly delight! Your love, like truth, has set me free tonight. You’re my life and you’re most precious to me!
Envelope Quintet: Rhyme Scheme: a,b,b,b,a 10 syllables per line 06-22-2015 Contest: Five Lines/Metaphors and Simile Sponsor: Sara Kendrick Placement: 1st

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: beauty,

When My Love Arises

A sea of blue is in his eyes - a sea of blue and azure skies! His lips are berries red and sweet, and in his hair’s a field of wheat upon the pillow where he lies. Written June 20, 2015 For the 5 Lines Metaphor and Similie Contest of Sara Kendrick


Poem Details | by Caroline Cécile Delacroix |
Categories: love,

A Prelude

Shy is the February sun Above the frazzled fatherland However hearts are not undone Giving instead a warmer brand Holding one closer under the sun.
A prelude to Valentine's day.

Poem Details | by Nigel Fawcett |
Categories: introspection, love, on writing and words

Tailored words

In the dark light of this winter morn, I see
The clothes that I am expected to wear
(Though, maybe, the fault of illusion lies with me)
From overuse, have become threadbare

        Nothing there…

In a cloak of blue, I steal through these lanes
Measuring myself, roughly, for something new
A suit of humour, to cover my pain
A coat of hope, to stop the doubt shining through

        Do not fit true…

This protective subterfuge cannot last long
So, with the aura of my old hide, around me spread
(Without my own skin I feel so wrong)
In this cloth that is woven from transparent thread

        Words, unaltered, from my head…must soon be said…

Poem Details | by Mike Samford |
Categories: lost love, longing,

A Self Silence

Oh! Have you heard a stone's grief?
An inward pity shrieked in vain. 
It resonate beyond belief,
like a rose's scream under winter’s strain
or crumbling of spirit by parting’s pain.

Echoes of longing for inner peace
the hum of want and wonder why.
A ringing in ear that will never cease
from a shrill of passion's passing sigh; 
silent as stones when they cry.

Poem Details | by Paula Swanson |
Categories: lost love

Old Photographs

One by one, with trembling heart, I pull out faded memories. Dust off the years that have no part, of what's left of you and me, saying goodbye while crying softly.
For the contest Five Lines Down Sponsored by Brian Strand Placement: 1st

Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: christian, jesus, relationship,

My Savior's Love

My Savior's love is a healing balm,
as He shelters me in steadfast arms.
His gentle whisper soothes and calms,
as the storms around me cause alarm;
my Jesus keeps me safe from harm.

There is no other that I  trust,
to guide me through life's shifting sands.
He knows I'm weak and made of dust,
so He holds on tightly to my hand,
and gives me strength for all life's demands.

4/16/17
For Brian Strand's Short Form standard contest
Tied for 1st Place

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: love,

A Knight

Shining armor clad 'pon a white horse
Eternally strong knight my love, my guide
Reign in, hold, steer my feeble course
Encircle with loving arms, shelter, hide
Now let it be known I'm your pride

Delighted in you, you're love constant source
Intriguing the very thought of you implied
Passionate moments spent no remorse
Incomparable joy, rapture when by your side
Touched, tasted of  tranquility yearningly tied

Year: 2012

Sponsor: Francine Roberts 
Contest: Romance Me With English Quintain
Written: November 5 and 6, 2012

The first letter of each line read downward
spells another word plus the first letter of year.


Poem Details | by Pandita Sanchez |
Categories: break up, heartbreak, lost love,

Tears in the Night

Tears in the Night

Flipping the pages, I silently cry,				
reeling from the pain of your “Dear Jane” note.					
Stifling soft sobs, I exhale a sad sigh,	
as my tears blot the hurtful words you wrote…		
but my bruised heart heals even while you gloat.


08-08-2017	

Contest:      English Quintain - Any theme
Sponsor:     Sara Kendrick
Placement:  7th

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: longing, love, night, passion,

A Love Spell



Hypnotized by moonlit tides, so soft yet deep,
he speaks to me. A twilight gaze casts its fateful spell.
Every word surrendered to his fantasy, I keep
to toss upon midnight's shore like the roiling shells.
I inhale ocean's breath and body, waves of magic he foretells.

Beneath a stroke of endless sky, innocent days 
fall prey to darkness, enchanted by love's disguise.
His smile tempts the waning moon as castles crumble to decay.
And I...I am lost to myself. I, who once was wise.
Helpless in his arms, I've become one of his lies. 

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: love,

Charmed Five Lines Metaphors And Simile Envelope Quintet

Sunset sky was like a fiery red flame wistful touch on her hair with a sigh Warm, sweet smell of cinnamon apple pie A rose in my safe caress. Butterfly heavenly feelings as cupid took aim © 6/22/2015
Contest Name: Five Lines/ Metaphors And Simile Sponsor: Sara Kendrick Envelope Quintet 10 syllables a,b,b,b,a

Poem Details | by Ray Dillard |
Categories: love

Love the Other

Being different doesn't matter,,,
Be a flower, or be a feather,,,
The former or the latter,,,
I pick the one I'd rather,,,
And show I love the other.

Poem Details | by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: dream, kiss, lost love,

Crashing on the shore

Oh how I enjoyed the Ocean's soft mist.
When the dark waves came crashing to the shore!
That powerful moment when we first kissed.
My heart opened up and I wanted more.
I felt the stirring of love on that shore.

Like the Ocean I was drawn to you.
A lovely Siren's song you sung to me.
Our moments together they seemed so few
Were you afraid I wouldn't set you free?
I had hoped you would be happy with me.

So now I dive into the Oceans waves.
Not wanting to hear any other sound.
Remembering how we explored those caves.
That place where I thought true love had been found.
Hear waves crashing, that's my heart's breaking sound! 


Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: beach, cool, imagination, life, love, sun, water,

Lake, Water and Sun

Lake, Water and Sun

Blue lake stirs the youthful mind,
water shines then invites us on in.
Sunshine covers this rare new find
as delight gives each a big grin-
the youthful mind, invites us on in.

Work done, we have no more chores
sweet time for living life instead.
Sun beams hot upon these shores-
cool waters splashes upon each head-
upon these shores, living life instead

Is this a Nirvana with a bad twist,
rhapsody set to fine angelic tunes;
love leaping through a watery mist?
Will love burn out into the dunes-
with a bad twist...out into the dunes.

Poem Details | by Laura Leiser |
Categories: destiny, first love, metaphor,

Love's Fire

                          







He flew away, soaring high, like a young condor

         With a thousand dreams in his heart

                      His mind, a compass, set toward the eastern shore

                              To find his love waiting, beneath the stars

                                        Two lovers, united, blazing bright from afar.
















Written on 6/17/2015
 Simile/Metaphor

Poem Details | by Teppo Gren |
Categories: desire, first love, loneliness, love hurts, , fate,

POETS DOZEN - OUTCAST FATE

POET’S DOZEN - OUTCAST FATE

Beautiful flowers,
jacaranda trees in bloom,
you and I, in spring.

With spring my ecstacy blossomed into a sense of pride,
as together in formal elegance, side by side we stride.

In fulfillment of the far-off depths of my lifelong dream,
hidden are the endless days of longing, years of yearning.

Love lost in time for promise of desire
with emptiness to shadow my first date,
as your heart did not feel my sacred fire.
Abashed in silence I curse my fate,
as I cry alone in my outcast state.


29th December, 2015

For contest: Poet’s dozen 2: First date
Sponsored by: Silent One
Haiku, couplet, free verse, English quintain

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: dream, grief, loneliness, love,

Loneliest Hour


I listen, content to hear raindrops from an anguished sky pour out.
My darkest hour of night is just a fragment of one day, only
a fragment of a fleeting life; but an ending to grief, I somehow doubt.   
If I live through nights void of love, not alone but lonely,
(for there is a difference) I will dream of your face and wake happily.  


For Broken Wing's Fragment of Life Contest, 2/23/16

Poem Details | by Cherie Fleming |
Categories: animal, children, cute love, daughter, dog, pets,

The Naughty Little Puppy

The Naughty Little Puppy

She's lucky she is cute!
All day long she's chewing things.
I've yelled so much I'm mute, 
still she's chasing kids on bikes.
She's lucky she is cute!

She chewed my favorite boot 
The first night on Christmas eve.
She even pooped on route
To our home that fateful night. 
She's lucky she is cute!

My daughter's in cahoot
With this naughty little dog.
They yell and bark and hoot.
She feeds her from the table!
They're lucky they are cute!

The leash works to recruit
The children to her side, but
Her training's in dispute.
Surely guidance is required.
She's lucky she is cute!

Oh that naughty little puppy...
She's lucky she is cute!




Poem Details | by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: dedication, funeral, love, song, bird, bird, song,

My Little Bird

I heard my little bird singing the breeze,
I heard her singing on a breath of air,
The air that slowly moves through forest trees,
The old, oak trees where initials declare,
Declarations made upon love’s high trapeze.

Old memories recalled again today,
Another day, another time, we knew,
I knew that bird song would echo my way,
The way a joyful song reminds of you,
The you that I hold dear in my heart to stay.

In memory of my little bird, Tash

RIP sweetheart!

xxxx





Form: Sicilian Quintains

Poem Details | by Natasha Thandie |
Categories: death, depression, family, loss, lost love, sad,

Goodbye and letting go

It's hard to go day by day, 
Remembering all you had to say; 
I think about you everyday, 
I thought of you teh most today. 

Missing you is a hard job, 
Loving you an easy job; 
Wanting to hold you tightly, 
Wanting to hear you talk softly. 

My heart breaks when I'm not with you, 
Sometimes I just don't know what to do; 
I can still remember that goodbye, 
Wish it wasn't the last bye. 

My memories fade slowly, 
Your face I hold dearly; 
Sometimes not clearly, 
Oh how I wish you were near me. 

I can write, 
I can cry, 
I can scream, 
I can forget, 
I can get mad at the world, 
No matter what I do, the pain gets worse. 

I'm sorry, 
But goodbye and letting go, are impossible.

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: husband, lost love,

Dusty Heart

Since the day he took leave of the earthly plane,
my heart has been gathering dust.
Now it is only the memories that remain;
standing beside his precious sea, they’re carried on a gust
as I fall to my knees, devoid of love and trust.

When you’ve had the best,
what can compare?
Sharing just four years of marriage, we were truly blessed.
In my dreams I can still see him standing there;
to withstand such a loss, leads only to despair.

Handsome, brilliant and kind,
he was taken from our nest too soon.
Let the dust gather for I’ll never find
another who’ll make me swoon
as I first did on the beach with John that magic night in June.



Written March 3, 2015

Poem Details | by Chris Matthews |
Categories: child, childhood, courage, growing up, love, relationship,

Letter to My Inner Child

My child I cry when I see you,
your face just points to the wall.
My emotional senses feel you,
Do you now hear my call?

The abuse you suffered when younger,
is past, it's over and gone.
Please forgive the people who hurt you,
Come to terms with all that was wrong.

It was Ok to have felt unhappy,
It was then that you traveled alone.
But now you've grown much older,
you're the best person I have ever known.

Awaken the mind that is within you,
be at peace in your world, that is 'Now',
I know I don't have all the answers,
I can only advise on the how.

Your journey now begins with a footstep,
the way will be hilly, quite tough,
But go this way, be happy,
content you go with my love.

Poem Details | by Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis |
Categories: beauty, color, encouraging, inspiration, nature,

LOVE IN DUE SEASON


Summer kindly changes place
Gracefully, she simmers
A gentle smile on her face
Autumn is her sister.

I am poised, snug with seasons
But sass like summer, pass
Letting me dress with reason
Even winter won't last.

Does time bid preparation?
Since nature's course revolves
Like joy wheels of ups and down
Life is still filled with love.

Look around each Christmas time
There's atmosphere of glee
Making everyone so kind
That, too, should last, agree?

Moon in its  place, is with grace
The sun isn't all stern
The stars above will not race
Love each season is learned.

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