I’ll Be Here Waiting

Whenever you feel A need to be loved I'll be here waiting You can count on my love When life overwhelms you And you just can't go on I'll be here waiting To help you be strong When happiness happens And you need to share I'll be here waiting To show you I care So... Continue Reading →

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On The Outside Looking In

When the pain never ends And there's nowhere to run When your world has grown cold And your standing alone You feel like you're in a strange Sci-fi movie and you're now On the outside looking in When nothing seems right And everything's wrong The sky grows dark And the sun runs away You realize... Continue Reading →

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Looking Through My Window

Today is my 74th birthday and as I sat with my coffee looking through the window this morning at our dogs and horses, this poem formed in my mind. I hope you enjoy it. ******************************************** As I look through my window Oh, the sights I see So many things to write about Especially for poets... Continue Reading →

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Waking Up In A Hospital

This is in response to a prompt to write about waking up in a hospital *************** As I opened my eyes The bright whiteness Almost blinded me Where was I? What are all these tubes? Who are these people? And why are they crying? What is that rhythmic beeping? There's a strong antiseptic smell It's... Continue Reading →

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A Month Of May Prompts In One Day

Thanks once again to Michelle from Putting My Feet In The Dirt for her list of daily prompts for the month of May. Special thanks to Michelle for creating these prompts! Please visit her site for her May list of daily prompts. The Land Of The In-Between As I walked through the woods, I came... Continue Reading →

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The Now Famous Quote Challenge

Well, by now everybody is probably aware of the 3 Day, 3 Quote Challenge. If nominated, we are supposed to: 1. Thank the person that nominated you. 2. Write one quote each day for three consecutive days (3 quotes total) 3. Explain why the quote is meaningful for you. 4. Nominate three bloggers each day... Continue Reading →

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The Wonder Of You

Like the beauty of a twinkling field Filled with a thousand fireflies on a warm summer night Like the enticing smell of freshly baked apple pie Or a garden of night blooming jasmine Just opening for the evening The evening songs of the peepers and crickets Are creating Nature's symphony You are all of these... Continue Reading →

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The Songs Of The Night

I've always believed in the songs of the night and have often used the phrase “night songs” in my poetry. This poem was inspired by a line written by my good friend Dorinda Duclos in her poem #TBT~The Woodland Sing~#Poetry: “Melodies fly on the wisp of a cloud.” There's a place I like to go... Continue Reading →

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The Child in You

A beautiful poem by my friend Frederic at Words In The Light

WORDS IN THE LIGHT

give Him a broken umbrella
He’d like to get wet in the rain

give Him seven-league boots
He dreams to walk among the stars

give Him the closed book of destiny
He can guess the story

give Him a bit of your time
and listen to your heartbeat

He loves to hear
the sound of a Life

alive

© Frédéric Georges Martin

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Reminiscing

A beautiful poem by my friend Dorinda at Night Owl Poetry ☺❤

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos

Sitting under that big old tree
Reminiscing about younger days
Thinking back on how we were
How the time has slipped away

Remembering the past
How we held it oh so close
Laughter, love and memories
Was what we cherished most

Sunlight shines upon us now
With a warm and tender glow
Calling us to journey forth
We have so far to go

Yes! Change of plan, change of pace
We’ll relish the time ahead
We shall never forget who we were
But remember who we are, instead

©2015 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved

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Simulacrum…

A magnificent poetic masterpiece!

My Sword and Shield....

So in love with the world was he
that there
at the end of all things
he could not bear to accept that all
would be lost

So he gathered the deepest blue of the sea
and set it within her eyes
he took the smell of a spring rain
and set it within her voice
he collected the stars from the heavens
and placed them within her smile
he pulled the moonlight from the roof of the world
and placed it beneath her skin
And though it scorched his hands
he seized the sun’s fire
and set it within her hair

and when the great yawing black
had finished
and all the remained was dust

we gathered upon the edge of creation
and we found her, there
and we remembered
and her name was
Love

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