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Poetry / Poetry



The sun shining so bright, not a chill in the air

A soft gentle breeze, that blows through this mind whispering sweet words and melodies that need to be written and conveyed

Words of pure sweet harmony, peace, tranquil, love of all things in the present and the future

Natures stores speaks of restoration, conservation and all the new in the coming seasons

Spring the beginning of all new life and plants

Summer the growth has begun and shining in their glory and glorious colours

Autumn the reaping of what we have sown and grown from nature’s stores and shores

Oh yes her shores, the bountiful, crystal clear waters

The memorable days of sifting through the sands for seashells

And exquisite pebbles, glimmering, shimmering so bright that you have to take them home

Oh the PEACEFUL REPOSING is sheer bliss

© Teresa Joseph Franklin

9th March 2013

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Medley_Cafe: I love this poem,there's nothing left to say!Nothing more than wordsthat can not be expressed!A simple thought, an emotion stirredand I'm moved to knowthat the art lives on!Hope you don't mind me smacking together a small something of my own to express in some ways hoe much I loved this, I find v...

LunasChild8: Greetings Earthling,This is a very beautiful poem that you have written, Steve Waldrop. The words you've used to describe the peaceful settings made your poem very pleasant to read. Thanks for sharing it here!

Alex Rushmer: Honestly, poetry is not really my thing, and I don't have a lot of feedback that I can give. However, I thought that this was written powerfully in a way that affects the reader. Just don't mistake depressing for being the same as deep. You can have one without the other. This is only my opinion,...

Medley_Cafe: By far my favorite of the three poems I saw you have! I was almost singing it for myself!Though if I may suggest a few changes that will make it flow even better?1st line make 'eye' 'eyes' as to rhyme with skies.2nd line end it with a full stop7th line "to see magic things"; make 'magic' 'magical...

crissy: Awesome work. The characters are so beautifully flawed and easy to relate to. The protagonist Bethany Hill is a woman that I would definitely want to meet in real life. The author has managed to make me visualize the story like a movie. The two time frames of past and present are also so beautifu...

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