Wendy Bureau Poems
- Call Of Nature Fog blankets the desolate earth With ...
- Can You Make Me Believe? Show me that you love me But do not...
- Optimistic Eyes Ponder not thee rhetorically asked For no ...
- Beloved Suppose I could in time regress But to reincarnate ...
- Creation Of Serenity Magnificent in stature Body of ...
- Shackled To Depression Shackled to depression Intertwined, ...
- Cheat Of Devotion Unfathomable resentment Treachery found, ...
I have been reading the greats since I could hold books, and have always had a certain admiration for the arts, especially the written word. They say a picture can say a thousand words.. well simply put, I want my thousand words to paint one solemn picture; me. I had my first book Amateur's Pursuit published this year, and have been diligently working to finish up my next release.. Info to follow for those interested.. more »
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Call Of Nature
Fog blankets the desolate earth
With motionless, invisible arms
Concealing any imperfections
Of Nature's poised beauty and charm
A vapor mist of moisture
Dampens foliage with care
Gentle as the sweetest kiss
On tender lips, so fair
A necessity of plantations growth
Sipping wetness of various form
Absorbing like a starving sponge
During the calm before the storm
A miracle of unspoken prayer
From crying clouds, does fall
Saturating dirt and root
Soaked, satisfied, Nature's call