Maria Magdalena Biela

Freshman - 785 Points [Maddalena]

Maria Magdalena Biela Poems

1. Acrostic Ii 2/20/2014
2. Innocence 4/21/2014
3. From Now Until It's Now Again 7/19/2014
4. The Autistic Land (Sonnet) 8/22/2014
5. If Need Be 10/28/2014
6. Primele Iubiri / First Loves 5/7/2015
7. Descantec De Ploaie / Rain Spell 5/10/2015
8. Iubeste-Mi Mainile / Oh, Love My Hands 5/23/2015
9. Note De Primavara / Spring Notes 6/4/2015
10. To All The Yesterdays And More Tomorrows 6/8/2015
11. Si Iar Mi-E Sufletul La Tine / And Once Again My Soul Cries For You 6/12/2015
12. Dorul / Longing -new- 6/22/2015
13. Sonnet 5/2/2014
14. Acrostic 2/20/2014
15. Acrostic I 2/20/2014
16. Donation 3/25/2015
17. The Wounded Healer 4/1/2015
18. Primavara / Spring 4/17/2015
19. Willed Out 2/16/2015
20. Mountain Ash 3/25/2015
21. Tonight 12/30/2014
22. Hypocrisy 1/11/2015
23. Garden Of War 1/19/2015
24. Apart 2/20/2014
25. I Kid You Not 2/20/2014
26. Dot The I 3/20/2014
27. I Thee Wed 4/15/2014
28. The Actor And The Savages 1/19/2015
29. Weep No More, My Willow Tree! 7/31/2014
30. Franciscae Meae Laudes 3/19/2015
31. The Wedding Photo 2/20/2014
32. Written On The Wind 6/29/2014
33. The Empty Room 11/28/2014
Best Poem of Maria Magdalena Biela

The Empty Room

I stood silently watching the room

it was my last time there.

My eyes in sadness mirrored the gloom

that was too hard to bear.


With heavy heart I swallowed my tears

while I was held and kissed.

I knew that after all those years

I'll miss and I'll be missed.


An empty room was quizzing me:

'How much do you remember? '

I saw myself through memory

until this last November.


How many children did I raise?

How many minds I've lightened?

I was a teacher all my days

and I was never...

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The Wedding Photo

They stood there smiling in black and white
holding their fingers tender and tight.
They knew the secrets of a past tense heart
they knew of a future 'till death do us part'.

They tell a story that starts with 'I do! '.
They dream of a lifetime witnessed by two.
They hold their crowns as King and his Queen
They know not that marriage is simply a scene.

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