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Someone is always home sick: chicken pox, strep throat, another chicken pox, stomach flu…Baby Bliss sits on her hip. It is only later that week, perhaps, when the house is finally quiet, the dishwasher humming in the downstairs dark, her … Continue reading
Kisses tasting of honeysuckle under a sky of brilliant blue Time stood still with you The day stretching to infinity Tomorrow as distant as the sun caressing our bronzed skin Summer memories Copyright (C) 2019 Penny Wilson *This is in … Continue reading
Please enjoy Trent’s amazing, beautiful poem. ❤ The Poet Stop Listen I hear you Baring your soul Exposed to the world Telling deepest secrets Does anybody hear you Take time to cipher out the words Unravel your innermost puzzle Learn … Continue reading
Please enjoy Hollie’s Beautiful poem. ❤ From my window I look down on a garden of exotic flowers. I need to be loved like roses, the silvery blades of a crescent moon slipping through. Nameless things on winged feet flitting … Continue reading
Please enjoy Rory’s lovely poem. ❤ I Am Solitary Tree via I Am Solitary Tree — A Guy Called Bloke and K9 Doodlepip!
Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
Moonbeams at my back I sweep stardust from my eyes Once inebriated with thirst with lust Now Firefly in a jar The once resplendent blaze feeble weak Longing for lustrous heavens To light the…