Susy Evelyne Poems
- Life Was A Song You Would Sing Life was a song you would ...
- To Be A Mother To be a mother Is a privilege like no ...
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- Apple Jelly Apple jelly warms your heart, Each jar's a ...
- Edelweiss Part-way down a mountainside - Above the trees, ...
- Dorset Cliff Great slab of Wensleydale cheese crumbling ...
- Tale Of A Diplodocus A Diplodocus One day lost focus And ...
Born in Bristol, England (city of Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge. Grew up with rhymes by Hilaire Belloc and Edward Lear, and enjoyed writing simple rhymes herself. A graduate in modern languages, always inspired by words. Since 2004 writing poems on nature, the sea, perceptions of women, human nature and suburban life. Favourite poets: Robert Frost, Edward Thomas, John Clare, Amy Lowell, plus... more »
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Life Was A Song You Would Sing
Life was a song you would sing
In your warm, beautiful way,
From the moment you first drew breath
Until your last mortal day.
Every morning you would rise,
Filled with hope, just as a bird,
And with an optimistic mind,
Make your way through the world.
Always a spring in your step,
You would walk, long and tall,
Singing a quiet song in your heart
Of life's joys, great and small.
There were times sorrow came,
When your heart yearned for peace,
But even then, not for one day
Did your melody cease.
Full eighty-seven years ...