Tagged: poem 12

Free Verse Poem, Ice Cream 0

T.V. Queens and Other Harlequin Knights

Free Verse Poem   Hemingway lay down and Dylan swayed the grinding hordes to forsake their caste blues for incense kindled at the fountainhead of avarice while dandy clowns pimp preening puppets to perform...

courage poems 1

Courage To Dream

Poem   The sky is blue  and I’m dreaming. Tell me – is it true the way I am leading? Where? Brazil, Jamaica or Sahara? Stepping the ladder towards the sky? In my dreams,...

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A Place Where I Belong

Poem   I almost always find myself at the little pink house on Rue Saint-Vincent on the Butte Montmartre. I go there to see Amala Landré sing Edith Piaf songs and to see them...

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At Home

Worshiping the new apartment, baptizing it with homemade lasagna, Reminiscing being eighteen and dreaming of art and nostalgia.   Memories shine bright as we still believe in summer nights. Hanging onto balconies and downtown...

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A Different View

With hawk-eye precision, I view from above within and without myself. When removed and looking down at this crazy, sublime thing called life, What do I know? What do I really, really know? I...

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One Step Forward, One Step Back

Silhouettes of our past Only moments behind us How do you break off The things that define you? I have memories And I have nightmares How can you decide The things to hold on...

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Karaganda Christmas Rhyme

Short Poem   Sporadic firecrackers (An explosive bundle of fun) Go POP! In the snow Foretelling all the festivities to come So buy a fur hat and snow-proof your gown It’s Christmas day in...

Christmas Poem 1

A Karaganda Christmas Dream

Poem   The snow, mixed with mud– Like grey diamonds Glitters underfoot. Presents wrapped in newspaper (No ribbons for us) We have wine and candy Listening to the old familiar songs. I can feel...