Posts Tagged: poem about love

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    Animal Poem – Ode to Harry the Hedgehog

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    Ode to Harry the Hedgehog is an animal poem, a poem about love and friendship. If you keep your eyes peeled when outside, you can discover all kinds of wonders. One curious January morning when the glaring sun was devouring more snow than it should I stepped out the backdoor to toss trash in the… Read more »

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    Family Poem – Monday Morning Predictability

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    Monday Morning Predictability is a family poem. Familiarity in families doesn’t breed contempt, it broods bread, butter, and jam. Monday Morning Predictability A premature alarm clock, blue shadows pasting a veil across reluctant thoughts of a new 5-day cycle, snug little fingers clenching down duvets, smelly socks hiding out among immaculate suits and school uniforms, boiled… Read more »

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    Valentine’s Day Poem – Clarity

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    Clarity is a Valentine’s Day Poem, celebrating love in all its sustaining, supporting, permeating, sheltering, and clear glory. Happy Valentine‘s Day! Clarity

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    Love Letter Poem – Tracing Horizons

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    Tracing Horizons is a love letter poem, a celebration of love, a description of how love is the salt of life. Tracing Horizons With my soft pencil, sharpened but round-tipped, I traced the words of your letter until they merged with the grooves on my skin. I traced the words of your letter with colouring… Read more »

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    Poem About Hope – November Spring

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    November Spring is a poem about hope, a reflection on the conception and viability of dreams, loves, and the generosity of mother earth. November Spring Spring begins in November, he said, kneeling a hair’s width from the flowerbed in the allotment, yards from the intersection where so many crashes maim and kill /Right before the… Read more »

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    Hope Poem – Antidote

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    Antidote is a hope poem. When in pain or in the dark, we don’t need to go it alone. Many antidotes and painkillers are available, and light can emerge from unexpected places. Antidote The slithery snake’s poison was seeping into my bloodstream. On the table, a whole rake of unfathomable antidotes, potions and concoctions fit… Read more »

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    Fable Poem – The Pet Whisperer

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    Wisdom from the animal kingdom captured in the fable poem – The Pet Whisperer. Are you a cat or a dog? The Pet Whisperer Strange but true. This morning, I could hear my cat and dog fighting downstairs as cats and dogs do, only this time, the words were clear and loud / maybe I’m… Read more »

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    Love Haiku

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    When in love, try writing a love haiku. This is my attempt at this ancient Japanese poetry format. Sun rays reach furtherinto the dark and the deeplight breaks and mends bones Please share your love haiku in the comment box below.

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    Seashells – A Short Love Poem

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    If you’re lucky enough to be in love, you’ll know how precious your togetherness, especially when it comes to facing harsh realities. This is a short love poem. Seashells To dwell in a seashellI balance – the rigid walls and door agape,drawing in. Solidly, in the clear absence of a gate.We bind salt and weeds… Read more »