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Andrew Jackson Downing poet Life's Common Things by Andrew Jackson Downing
The common things of life are best-
The air, the sun, the rain;
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Lady Moon by Andrew Jackson Downing
The lady moon, a goddess bright,
With shoulders gleaming bare and white,
Maryam Ahmed Malik poet Swimming My Fears Away by Maryam Ahmed Malik Rookie - 0 Points
Swimming my fears away
poem by Maryam Ahmed Malik (aka MARS)
Andrew Jackson Downing poet In Winter Time by Andrew Jackson Downing
Though leafless are my trees-
My trees so tall and stately-
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Joy of Living by Andrew Jackson Downing
A song of the joy of living,
As clear as a bugle play
Andrew Jackson Downing poet In Nature's Realm by Andrew Jackson Downing
The earth is bright and dewy-fresh
As Dian, risen from her bath,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Ideal Farmer by Andrew Jackson Downing
The Farmer is the lord of lands,
The birth-right baron of the soil,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Heart Will Remember by Andrew Jackson Downing
When life burns to ashes that hold but an ember-
A fast-fading spark of their olden-time glow-
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Hummingbird by Andrew Jackson Downing
Hush! make no sound, nor move your fingertips-
A sprite, the Ariel of birds, is near!
Michael P. McParland poet Hurting Inside by Michael P. McParland Gold Star - 47,279 Points
I'm hurting so very bad inside
I just want my best friend here,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Falling Leaves by Andrew Jackson Downing
Now the leaves are falling, bronze and brown and yellow,
Some are dry as parchment, crisp as new bank notes.
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Evening in New Mexico by Andrew Jackson Downing
Far off the Rio Grande crawls,
A silver serpent in the sand;
Paul Warren. poet Life - The Summer Of '76 by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 16,220 Points
The summer of '76 was a golden time
The music, the sun and the times divine
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Dew by Andrew Jackson Downing
I walk at morn where fairies brew,
On moonlit nights the clear, bright dew;
Andrew Jackson Downing poet A Desert Rain by Andrew Jackson Downing
The cool rain poured in sudden haste
Upon the thirsty sod,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Destiny by Andrew Jackson Downing
A wise old mother is Nature-
She guideth her children's feet
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Dandelions by Andrew Jackson Downing
Bright coinage of the generous sun,
Down-flung, and scattered, one by one-
WES Vogler poet (limerick) Now Hear This Of Kalamazoo by WES Vogler Gold Star - 23,814 Points
East of Chicago, Detroit to the West,
Kalamazoo, sir, is one of the best.
Nassy Fesharaki poet Gloria by Nassy Fesharaki Gold Star - 28,715 Points
Gloria
Hope remains a foetus, many months
Dan Beachy-Quick poet [morning green through ivy] by Dan Beachy-Quick
morning green through ivy
leaves resuscitated
Suresh Dogra poet Beginnings by Suresh Dogra Veteran Poet - 1,246 Points
Dawn breaks in the east
Sun comes up the horizon
Pen anthony poet We Are A Match by Pen anthony Veteran Poet - 1,624 Points
We are a match
I should have told you
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. poet Sex Is Sweet. by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar. Gold Star - 11,009 Points
Sex has no age, no race and no class.
Sex has no tongue, no faith and no ranks.
NIBSTEARS POETRY ANTHOLOGY poet Next Summer by NIBSTEARS POETRY ANTHOLOGY Rookie - 0 Points
NEXT SUMMER
for Robin
Brian Merski poet One Thing Right by Brian Merski Rookie - 170 Points
If I learned just one thing right,
It's that I cannot stop the night,
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