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Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: love, seasons,

November Dreams

We lie ‘neath the oak on a carpet of brown leaves that lost their amber glory. With eyes tightly shut, we envision spring’s return— hoping our love does the same.


Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: love, romance, seasons, summer,

A Resplendence of Sunflowers

As brief as summer you swept
across my heart's desert
like a Santa Ana wind's hot caress.
Now the eastern passes
are still as virgin rocks
unto a land whispering 
of forgotten wildflowers.
In your absence marigolds bloom not
with the disappeared mockingbird.
Only as the last petals
of amaryllis wither do I ache.
You brought me a translucence 
of amber for my burnished bouquet.
Love was an ebullience of golden wheat,
our laughter a resplendence of sunflowers.


5/17/17

Poem Details | by EMMANUEL SAMSON |
Categories: death, faith, imagination, lost love, love, nature, on writing and words, philosophy, sea, seasons, song-time,

STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

Now my tendrilled soul,
Has found its pergola-- Christ--
To wind its way up....

Poem Details | by Abe Lopez |
Categories: love, sea, seasons

The Love of "Fall"

F alling in love with Winter; she’s ice cold dressed in snow white lace 
A ll the while dating Summer, who’s still sizzling hot
L ove affairs bruised with revengeful reds, oppressed oranges, and yelling yellows
L eaving Summer with a promise to one day rekindle their love


Poem Details | by MoonBee Canady |
Categories: daughter, family, funny, happiness, life, love, mother, nature, nostalgia, peace, people, seasons

Its Raining...

                          Its Raining…

God’s Cleansing Tool
Cloud-Concerto… How Cool !
Plop-Plop Plopping into Pothole Pools
On the Grass, Pavements and On My Own-Sweet- Fools…

who, don’t have Sense enough, to get out of the Rain…
… I think I’ll go Join Them… Again

                               Amen

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: love, nature, seasons

enticing flowers and hearts

that first peep of the crocus breaking through frozen earth longer hours of sunlight bulbs drawn by brief sensations of warmth like hearts that had lingered in frozen graves waiting for gestures of kindness ice melting, exposing vulnerability enticing daffodils, hyacinths, lilies often emerging too early late frosts wilt blooms premature buds succumb to April chills no headstones, no names only hope remains perhaps next spring a longer lifespan awaits hearts and flowers willing to face uncertainty again
*For Francine's "Flowers" contest by Carolyn Devonshire

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: love, seasons,

Loverly

kissing in spring’s rain your touch and sweet passion’s rush in summer meadows our bright autumn strolls warm embraces and that glow kissing in the snow just you and me in every season - isn’t it loverly?

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: love, music, seasons,

poco a poco




nobile storm sospirando wind calling dolce vespers of light intimo, bound a song begins... _______________________________________________________ Contest~3 BY 8 IMAGE Picture #3 Poet~ Rick Parise 01-01-2015 poco a poco: little by little nobile or nobilmente: in a noble fashion sospirando: sighing dolce: sweetly intimo: intimately

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: love, nature, seasons,

Echoing Resolve

____________________________ Easy river run down vast beauty light in morning dawn crest before my eyes For Autumn rain has gone sparking light of silver grace now lay peaceful strokes on hillside of new day Each thought still remain in splashed hues of poetic verse a quenching bath of love upon soft sky of birth ____________________________

Poem Details | by Brian Wisecarver |
Categories: dedication, hope, love, sea, seasons, teen

Living Seasons Through

Bodies together
Pressed against the cold, harsh night
We hold on to love

In the sweet, soft spring
We lay on a tall, steep hill
And hold on to love

Summer's baking heat
Hiding in the shade of trees
Still holding our love

The leaves are falling
Crunching beneath our footsteps
Forever, our love

We'll last through seasons
Enjoy our love together
Just you wait, my love.

Poem Details | by Thvia Shetley |
Categories: happiness, love, nostalgia, romance, seasons,

Walking with you

The icy wind blows through
blushing our cheeks,

Eyes stinging and watering,
and mouths tinted purple.

Snow flurries whirl around us
nipping at our ears;
making our breath white and heavy.

So, we pretend to smoke.

But wide grins give away our game
With hearts purging laughter,

We look long at each other,
Eyes glinting sincerely happy sighs.

City sidewalks stretching out
Before concrete winterlands,
And you and me walking,

Holding and swinging our hands.

Poem Details | by Jack Taggart |
Categories: lost love, seasons, autumn,

September

As Autumn ignites,
The leaves burn with ember glow.
They fall like ashes.

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: life, lost love, love, passion, seasons, autumn, love,

Autumn Alone



Dearest Autumn of glory and rage of windswept memory still alive on the page I ponder and dream of love once held for now the dusty book alone on the shelve If only to rekindle a fire of orange glow a lifetime of promise of love I bestow Each leaf of gold fire tattered torn..........

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: imagination, lost love, nature, seasons

Dew Kisses Of Summer

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                                                               Purple Aster morn
                                                  Dew kisses soft moves slowly on
                                                               Tomorrow another

Poem Details | by William Robinson |
Categories: devotion, faith, love, seasons,

THIS IS CHISTMAS

There are many holidays,
But only one is Christmas.
There are things that I don't know,
But I am sure of this much:
That Jesus Christ was sent from God,
And we have chosen this date
To observe the Savior's virgin birth--
To sing His praise, and celebrate.

Poem Details | by Glen Enloe |
Categories: life, love, passion, seasons,

Beneath Cool Green Shade

Beneath cool green shade
we roil in inner undulations--
a fever of hands, a pox
of sunlight glinting
high canopies of summer trees.

Creeks crackle, clear
water molding speckled
pebbles as laughter
churns cooling shade
slipping past memories,
holding moments briefly --
white seeds of cottonwood
spinning in sun, settling
listlessly on a skin
of stream.

Poem Details | by Kenneth Fordham |
Categories: devotion, girlfriend-boyfriend, imagination, love, seasons

Everything Is Alright

The wind blows it’s gentle breeze,
Rustling leaves here and there,
A horn beeps then another,
The city cries, why me, where.
 
Bring back the time,
Bring back the joy,
Know you are mine,
Children playing, catch my, toy.
 
Beauty all around,
Flowers still blooming,
Some so profound,
Winter is coming, she is, going.
 
In a split instant,
Love everywhere,
Get out your knickers,
So many do care, alone sitting, in his chair.
 
Get on a plane,
Come to me please,
It is starting to rain,
I am starting to sneeze, set your mind, at ease.
 
I am on the edge of no return,
Something must happen,
The wheels must churn,
In the misty moonlight, playing, everything, is alright.

Poem Details | by Laura Mckenzie |
Categories: seasons

Love Blossoms

I confess my love 
For you and now blossom's peek
Here awaiting spring

Poem Details | by Tamiviolet Manchas |
Categories: hope, life, love, seasons, time,

violet forever

Winter whispers goodbye as
  aggressive March cleanses
the Earth in preparation for 

yellow hyacinths and
                             purple irises.

Free spirits enter with the 
          fierce wind, anticipating
renewal, living...yet waiting...

                      for always.

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, life, love, nature, on writing and words, people, seasons,

Her Poet



If 
I 
Should be
Your poet,
In thy garden, let 
My muses, as I do now, spell 
For thee, the sweet honey of spring where I humbly come.  

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: lost love, seasons,

Your Absence

hear me call your name a hushed love song on the breeze spring becomes summer sun beams cause blistering pain and shine light on your absence

Poem Details | by David Drowley |
Categories: beauty, devotion, introspection, love, memory, remember, seasons, time,

Forget-Me-Nots

Leave me now love, if you not would grow old.
Memory will keep your beauty on hold
For autumn afternoons when leaves turn gold
And on wintry eves when the days are cold.

Years will drift by like clouds upon the wind,
Painting the dappled landscape of my mind
With visions of impressionistic hue
Of love I left behind when I was new.

A view from afar is never so dear
As the heartfelt warmth of one who is near.
I’d rather share the seasons as they pass
Then scan them through memory’s looking glass.

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: husband, imagination, love, people, seasons, social, wife,

Lolly

Obviously, I am kissed 
Once more by destiny 
When clock touching
The summer moonlight night
Without pain
And, flatten the thought 
By the buzzing bug
With a fiery lips, awaking 
My lonesome blood 
Into whacking as I fell 
Into her breath
With its natural scent 
Like Venus, the god
Wrapped my lonely body 
By sweet loving hand 
That I felt like 
Lolly candy
Wanting… 
To be licked 
By you, again and again  

Poem Details | by Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick |
Categories: love, nature, sea, seasons

What Do You See?

When you look at a butterfly, what do you see?
The brilliant color and intricate design
A soft, gentle creature, serene
That morphs through its lifetime
And debuts in spring
Dressed in the most glorious attire
Even royalty is envious
Fragile but free with no inhibitions
Pleasing the eye of its beholder

When you look at a butterfly, what do you see?
I see a conveyor bearing 
Two hearts attached for its wings
Each independent of the other
Yet they function as one
Exploring enchanted gardens
Tasting an array of choicest delights
Come each spring two hearts reborn
Grown together and morph into one

When you see a butterfly, what do you see?

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: faith, hope, life, love, peace, people, seasons,

Season of Peace

Mean spiritedness
Shall not prevail this season
Peace to all mankind