Monthly Archive: December, 2018

A lullaby for you

A lullaby for you Once we had everything we needed. The Pacific ocean in view, the Irish Pubs with the sea view and we had time to love and dance. I loved your… Continue reading

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A Ballad for the Brokenhearted

Originally posted on Reowr:
I tripped into the crevice of your heartAnd stumbled on a blanket of dead leaves.I cried in shock – the land was torn apart,Colors robbed by ironhearted thieves.What happened…

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Close at Heart ~ #poetry #childhood

Originally posted on Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos:
Frozen flakes of downy white Dance about, in midair flight Hide the colors, left from fall Covering, like a favorite shawl Pristine, in their…

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‘Boundless sea, honey wine and

(Boundless sea, honey love and a sacred fire A Story by Coyote Poetry Just words.)   Boundless sea, honey love and sacred fire It was early Summer of 1994 and I was stationed… Continue reading

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Ogham poem: Uillend/The elbow

Originally posted on White Cat Grove:
See the stalwart oak in the winter gale: Even it bends, a great elbow naked to the shoulder, to the foot, to the root.   Who are…

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‘Make me believe dear poet’

Pretty words   Dangerous beautiful lady in her tight black dress and wearing chain of amethyst crystal upon her neck. Was my crystal once and she wanted it more than I did. She… Continue reading

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Listen to the wind

Listen to the wind   Find a valley where the kind wind can sing to you, stand in an apple tree orchard, touch an apple, taste the sweetness. Gifts, wonderful gift from Mother… Continue reading

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Heroes are Survivors

Originally posted on Seoul Sister:
https://unsplash.com/search/photos/les-saintes-(terre-de-haut)%2C-guadeloupe Heroes are survivors they didn’t ask for it, they answered the call. The howl, the wail, the siren alarm, All is not well it’s going to Hell…

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Veil

Originally posted on INTROVERSE:
You pretend their isn’t a storm Nothing to protect you from the rain and hail You walk barefoot in the alley Glass hidden in the cracks of the pavement…

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Mother Earth

Originally posted on WORDS IN THE LIGHT:
Mother Earth is crying tears of salt and blood. Disregard burns her face, rivers of blue flowers run dry, and fearsome shadows haunt the Gardens of…

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