Persian Nightingale


Ablaze Memories Poem by Persian Nightingale


The glare of the sun
Snow-covered road,
Dark-eyed Junco
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  • Silver Star - 3,373 Points Patricia Grantham (9/18/2013 9:10:00 PM)

    Memories made all the more lovely by your soothing
    poetry. The scenery and sounds you have so amazingly
    described. I have two poems titled Diamonds in the Sky and
    Snowflakes. Please take a peek when you have time. (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 13,881 Points * Sunprincess * (12/29/2012 3:08:00 PM)

    this is nice sure the ice and snow can bring back memories of long ago..
    unless you are in a place where it snows alot then it may bring back
    memories from last week..beautifully written i enjoyed this one very much (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 26 Points Ekaterina M. Polischuk (12/29/2012 2:21:00 PM)

    nice picture you have described))) ... but it is just when you look around and see a true fairy-tale with cold silver forest and so on... but it smells with tears if we speak about our hearts... By the way, Happy New Year and Marry Christmas. Be always young and happy. i wish you live and light, happiness and wisdom))) (Report) Reply

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