The following poem was published on The Community Storyboard way back in June 2013. I confess this re-post is in part because I’m at a loss for new material. The well runneth dry at the moment. But another reason is … Continue reading
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Although I occasionally write poetry, I don’t make a fuss about it because I so rarely do it. And because I’m never quite sure if I should call it poetry. My poems don’t rhyme. They don’t have a recognizable meter … Continue reading
I have shielded my eyes against her bright beauty, her brilliant wit, her shining soul. I have bowed before her rapier tongue, welcoming the fiery warmth of its lashes against my back. I have kissed the coal-burning footprints she leaves … Continue reading
Originally posted on helenvalentina:
Flickr Chinese Dragon Year Statue (Photo credit: epSos.de) I wish for you a dragon’s fire To breathe freedom to you To raise you up on crystal wings Far away from darker lands It seems the purest…
A poem I wrote in response to a photo prompt at The Community Storyboard. I definitely have an obsession with hair.
Thoughts on love from a young poet at The Community Storyboard.
Spreading the Love at The Community Storyboard.
A great prompt for this week’s Community Storyboard. Submit your response!
Originally posted on The RunningFather Blog:
by HisWorld click4source Ɨᗁe ɯᗁiƗe paƗᗁ Cedars are heavy with snow. How the fine fine needles hold. I know to walk as a lite, warm bird, –let the snow be cold. Absurd…
A lovely, sweet poem of loss by Drops of Ink.