Category Archives: Poetry

Shadow & Light

The moon stole a kiss As I drank in the  shadows The sunrise hides Under the scars of Yesterday Turmoil rests Under the guise of Sanity As tomorrow Promises Another day Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *Day 26 of my … Continue reading

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Cherished Scars

The wind Whispers your name Haunting me Days of yesterday Like a melody In my head Keeps repeating Memories Of yesterdays Sweet and bitter Cherished Scars Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *Day 20 0f my 30 day Post-a-day challenge. 🙂 … Continue reading

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And Still She Loved

The smile hid the turmoil inside. She loved deeply; unaware of any other choice.  The void within was a constant thing.  She expected it.  Could find nothing to fill it. So she loved harder.

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Star Man

Smiling, you slowly opened your hand. You held the heavens in your palm. You promised me forever. Sealing it with a kiss. Tomorrow was always a given With you. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *Day 10 of my 30 day, … Continue reading

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#Poetry For the Common Man (or Woman)

I spend a little time on WordPress almost every day.  I browse through my Reader Feed and try to keep up with my favorite bloggers.  In doing this, I read a wide variety of poetry.  The writing styles are as … Continue reading

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Words unneeded. Touch, speaks. Arms pull me to safety. Your heartbeat under my ear, I am home. Lost in bliss. A world of our making. Our world. Our home. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson *Day 4 of my Post-A-Day 🙂 … Continue reading

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Another Day

The valley began the day in hushed anticipation as the sun rose. The fog, not yet lifted, lay like a child’s blanket over the expanse. The sun touched the sky, gently kissing it with nursery colors of pinks and blues. The … Continue reading

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