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Softly, softly

Softly, softly 

Softly, softly she did tread,

through dew soaked grass.

No sound she made on gentle feet,

except the light whispering of the wind. 102 more words

Poetry

Light

The lagoon gathers

Day’s dying light, reluctant

To let it go.

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(c) Jackie Le Poidevin

Haiku

An Invite, Love Pig

Hello! Thank you for reading my blog. Here is silly piece from the children’s collection. Enjoy the pigs party. Thanks again… Victoria xxx

An Invite, Love Pig… 108 more words

Author

Never Dusted Nor Done

How many ways can we colour love,

How many songs to be sung,

How many words to express what we mean,

How many before dusted and done. 26 more words

Poems

My Heart is nailed with the snow

My heart is nailed
With the snow

The water is half-cold, and it
Runs slow

Sorrow is washed, purified with
The salt that settles on the shore… 44 more words

Poems

Resurrection

Held solemn and slow
until that
One,
that which went before,
moving vernal sun openly,
body and soul,
to beckon
in the forgiveness of all springs, 151 more words

Ozarks

It's That Time Of The Week Again--THROWBACK THURSDAY, POETRY EDITION!

Today’s poem also dates back to my High School days, maybe because I’m (once again) feeling sentimental about the days of my younger, more naive, teen years, or maybe this was one of the only poems I deemed acceptable from my Sophomore year. 273 more words

Writer's Lust