by Tim Smith |
Cinderella dreams across yellow brick roads
Creating Prince Charming out of simple silly toads
We play hopscotch, jump rope and other little games
Trying to produce magic and a feeling quite the same
Dancing through life with rose colored eyes
Wishing and hoping love doesn't float on by
Finding the one that just makes us smile
Holding on tight, hearts entwined for awhile
Happiness comes to those who are blessed
Sharing our all when two lips are pressed
Suns set, moons rise but one thing still remains
When fairy tales meet blood pumps in our veins
Whether young or old we seek out love to surround
There's no greater feeling when a heart in love pounds
by Gail Foster |
betrayal, grief, loss, passion, relationship, sad love, sorrow,
This is my first Petrarchan sonnet...
Grey days of loss and loneliness are here
Sad nights as long as shadows in the deep
No joy, no hope, no gentleness, no sleep
No ray of light predicted to appear
Just disappointment, emptiness and fear
And sacred dreams discarded in a heap
By some abyss of faith too wide to leap
In ruins lies the love we held so dear
Wise folk will say there will be love again
That suns come up, and suns go down, and yet
All I perceive is darkness, drear and grim
All I can feel is searing hurt and pain
My heart, my fingers, too burnt to forget
All blistered, from the flame I hold for him
by Heather Ober |
life, loss, solitude, sorrow,
How many suns have I seen?
I hope I see thousands more.
But I don't want to lie awake,
begging for sleep, for puzzle-piece dreams,
crossed wires beneath my skin.
They spark and spasm down my side.
The tingling hurts, the cold converts
the numbness into pain.
I need more time to write, to rhyme.
I need more time to love.
I need more time to watch the sea
while sunsets bleed
and rain clouds weep
upon me from above.
Where's my unchained melody?
Where's my time to shine?
Don't cheat me out of time with him,
Don't rip me from his side.
Have you ever tasted metallic fear?
It feels heavy on my tongue.
I crave today
as I hear them say:
But, how...? She's so young.
by Danielle White |
anniversary, husband, lovegod, god, time,
In the beginning, before time began,
before God envisioned the concept of man,
as God was pondering His incredible plan,
we stood together, hand in hand.
Before there were stars, or planets, or moons,
in silence and darkness all drifted, immune,
before God had cast the very first rune,
we stood together, completely in tune.
And when it's all over, once God is done,
when there's no moons or planets or suns,
like the beginning, before time had begun,
we'll stand together, together as one.
by Kelli Egloff-Metzgar |
lost love, love
I look out the window
Morning dew rests upon
the wild flowers
A tear rolls down my face
I imagine you
wiping it away
As you have so many
But you are no longer
The suns rays dry the
dew on the wild flowers
Still, my tears remain
I thought it was forever
But you left
Just after the rain.
by Donna Roberts |
Suns soft sensual soaking silhouette
slowly sneaks silently the silky skin
Oppulent orifices ooze olive sweat
Reprising rhythmic rouge romance akin
Saturated salt smelling skin spilling
frothy fragrant fire ferociously
Capricious calm converts to cool chilling
Precipitation paid precociously
Heartwarming henotic humble heat haunts
harmed human hearts hypnotized happily
Gleaming glowing glare gravitating taunts
of liquid love long lost unhappily
Precious precocious sunshine come hither
Need your lava lifeblood not to wither
by Charlie Smith |
death, grief, love,
These lonely tears, cold as the night
I shed for sake of thee
Time may fade from black and white
But thou wilt ever be with me
As suns will set within my heart
Lord, spare the sorrow I may see
All this grief doth play its part
But thou wilt ever be with me
As I walk this unfamiliar lane
Inviting hope to set me free
It's but one love that stills the pain
And thou wilt ever be with me.
by Edward Jones |
When the moons soft lips kiss the sunset
Veils of darkness close there arms around us
And light bleeds through a pin pricked sky
From distant worlds we can only imagine
And the suns once warm and yellow rays
Are now white and cold on lunar reflections
A dead world, that only shines in darkness
A Jewel on black velvet, a pearl on the sea
A lighthouse to eyes that sail in the night
And as they say with a moth to a flame
So to can you say the moon is to lovers
by Rachel Lipscomb |
life, loss, lost love, love, passion, sad, flower, flower,
A distant voice is like a fading colour
a muted version of reality
I'm hiding from the noise, always under cover
in fear of losing gravity.
A solitary flower laden with dew
the scent hangs heavy in the air
I scan the landscape exploring the view
my eyes straining from the suns glare.
I am that solitary flower who is forever losing its colour
telling myself it will be alright
as I once again take my cover
and settle down for yet another lonely night.
by Teddy Kimathi |
angel, deep, devotion, god, humanity, imagery, spiritual,
He sat under a Bo tree.
He observed silence for days,
seeking the Truth.
Angels tried to feed him,
but he resisted.
Bit by bit he saw his inner flaws
and corrected them.
Master of Darkness tried to shut
his inner eyes,
but was overwhelmed by the seeker's determination.
Enlightened was the seeker,
that he could see the past, present, and future.
A halo encircled his head.
Angels witnessed a mortal become one of them.
He could see the sorrows they carried for the world,
and their unconditional love for all mankind.
The angels wept tears of joy in the heavens,
in the place of a thousand suns....
by James Fraser |
Bronzed curves of delight
capture the suns golden rays
breathing as she sighs
warm breezes entice her gems
alluring thoughts compass me
by Kudzai Mhangwa |
oh the mystery about the mystery
this life this world and endless universe
invisible winds and blind suns
not to forget the rainbow painted people
how the lambs bleat and understand each other
that I do not worry whether the sun rises
oh the moon has many dresses to choose from
stars fall down to earth but nobody has found any
how we rise from the dead sleep
that we love as if it is our last act on earth
people are afraid of the dark and love the light
how life would be if it were the other way around
the mystery about the mystery
will remain a mystery for me
unanswered questions about mother nature
unfinished tales of this fabulous world
by ronald wheeler |
life, loss, love, philosophy, emotions,
though I cant remember her face
the love still penetrates
with the radiance of suns, and the cadance of tons
of the rhythym of heavens embrace
though I cant remember her voice
the emotions still lift with a hoist
strong vibrations through ether strive to hold all together
and take aim toward the lust I still chase
though I cant remember her touch
the emotions still flood with a flush
as the crashing waves roll
and erosion takes toll
this thought quaintly ends with a hush
by Lana Judnic |
anxiety, love hurts,
Everything is sensless now,
I'm so scared when you're not here.
What if this was the last goodbye
and you and i just vanished.
Thousand suns away
there might be some hope
to feel your touch again
and you to make me smile.
But it's so needy of me to call you
again and again and again.
So I'll just suffer in silence..
Just say that you're fine.
All the good things and the bad
they were all true.
I am happy then I'm sad.
Happy just for you.
And I'm sorry I was too late
to answer you all.
It's hard to stay focused
when I fall and I fall.
The ocean is taking my soul.
It's getting hard to breath.
But despite it all
you help me not to sink.
by Tom Cunningham |
Written 21st August 2020
by Lisa Ricci |
whether walking under moonlit stars
or sharing a kiss watching rising suns
life with you is what I want to share
seeing colors of the rainbow
or hearing angelic voices
its your world I want to know
we met we embraced
we shared we loved
with you I'm never alone
by Sara Kendrick |
animals, love, nature, seasons
Rippling brook rushes
Swollen with spring rain gushes..
Eddie place bulrushes
Basking her tough hide, sun buns..
Hippo destroys fun
Spring turns winter's tide
Nature comes quickly alive..
Bees buzz hopes for bride
For: Carol Brown
Contest: "Whats' The Buzz"
by Faye Gibson |
setting suns steal earth's life-light . . .
gentle rays of night - moon, stars -
reprieve raw rhythms leaving
soundless footprints impressing
the rich fabric of the dark
though you walk away tonight
your silhouette caresses . . .
Copyright, November 7, 2014
Faye Lanham Gibson
by Rollo West |
A gondola ride
Suns warmth, waters glistening
While softly I smile
Your melodious whispers
Freeing butterflies in me
by Betty Bateson |
blessing, devotion, emotions, faith,
My tears mix with rain drops when walking in the rain
My heavy heart turns mellow while giving up the pain
My cries blend with wind roaring loudly in my ears
Softening unwelcomed despair easing all my fears
Love fills me up with hope by sensing better days
Giving me a purpose to enjoy the suns warm rays
Happiness surrounds me embracing my humble being
Thank you lord, for all the wonder I am finally seeing
by liam mcdaid |
baptism, beautiful, beauty, flower, love, magic, rose,
Breathtaking splendid eclipsed the oceans
yielding into the vision beholding
born mind blowing radiant a pathway is mapped
Carried upon a whisper love's softest voice sings
inside the heartbeat warmth echoes
murmurs of a thousand suns burn
you are the creator beyond beautiful
by Thomas Martin |
beauty, for her, girlfriend,
My hands remember your brightness
Your face graces the morning
Lights up the winter darkness
You light up the winter darkness
Common serpents curse winter suns
my hands remember your brightness.
My hands remember your brightness,
the windy blood in song, on a clay harp sung,
You Light up the winter darkness.
Your warmth lights the frosty air
And you, my love basking in pale light
Thinking of you wrapped in sunlight,
My hands remember your brightness,
You light up the winter's bleakness.
by Jesse Jones |
allegory, death, introspection, lost love, mystery, nature, seasons, space,
In the center of our galaxy
from 1992 through 2003
astronomers were able to observe
a star, orbiting compact radio source
The star had an orbit with average radius
and period 15 years.
From this information astronomers estimated
the mass of Sagittarius A.
v = 2π(1.4x1014)/(15x365x24x60x60) = 1.86x106 m/s
a = (1.86x106)2/(1.4x1014) = 0.0247 m/s2
0.0247 = (6.673x10-11)M/(1.4x1014)2
M = 7.24x1036 kg
7.24x1036/(1.989x1030) = 3.6 million suns!
Astronomers infer that Sag. A is a
supermassive black hole
(it cannot be seen)!
OH LITTLE STAR
by Jennifer Cahill |
allah, celebration, creation, hope, inspirational, introspection, life, loss, lost love, love, music, mystery, native american, natural disasters, nature, nostalgia,
And the westerly wind,
Will blow a sea of waving grass
And the sea's fine mist
Will breathe drops like dew
And the sinking suns
Will cloak the sky's horizon
And the moons of Autumn
Will beckon the golden fertililty of the harvest
And the violet tinged edge of night
Will cry for the white bursting of the stars
And the carved thrust of the mountain range
Will challenge the forever yielding blue
And the hovering tunes of the dawn's awakening
Will mimic the lullaby of my dreams
by Ken Carroll |
beauty, desire, love,
She is like the spider
weaving delicate lace
drawing me to her
magnets of air and light
flowing like time
from your web...
I run to her
pools of silver shimmer
jumping from leaf to leaf
the path trodden
across soft ground
between the lines
"I'm in love with her"
Bounding black hair
as the little stream fades
leading me to your parlor
into the east forever
held in the suns balance
I write these words of amor
"I love You!"
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