Saturday, July 20, 2019

Poem of the Month

Poem of the Month – Archive


POEM FOR MY NIECE AT FOURTEEN by David Plumb Call it pudding, snow radio or new. Oboe, earring, boy kite or wind. Once you bounced on my lap. Now a song takes your...

January, 2011 – Grateful

Grateful am I for the sight to see the beauty in the earth below and the sky above; Blessed am I to feel the rustling of wind blowing through my hair; Thankful am...

April, 2009 – Untitled Poem #19

Untitled Poem #19 I am thankful for all that I have and for everything that I lost I am grateful for each precious gift I am thankful for my happiness and...

November, 2013 – Mourning Grace

If today I follow death, go down its trackless wastes,

May, 2012 – The Way I Am

"The Way I Am" Lyrics by Ingrid Michaelson

June, 2014 – My Own Ring

My Own Ring By March Brooker I come with my own ring, passed down through the years by family crones.   Unknown who wore the delicate thread of gold. so thin, so...

January, 2012 – Departure

How I've come to sense this thing called departure. How I still know: a dark unscathed cruel something, holding up a delicate braid, showing it to us again, only to tear it apart.

May, 2014 – In and Out of Time

In and Out of Time By Maya Angelou

November, 2015 – Ode to Autumn

I saw old Autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless like Silence, listening To silence, for no lonely bird would sing Into his hollow ear from woods forlorn,

October, 2014 – Jackie’s Poem

I was going to stop by the porch