I wrote this around Halloween time a few years ago while I was sick. I compared how my body felt to the rainy storm going on outside of the house.
The poem is for nature lovers including myself. Having retired a few days ago, I find pleasure in writing poems on nature. Autumn is not to be construed as a sad season as nature needs rest to give way to a colorful and fruitful spring.
From my book Appalachian Poetry. To my son Cory. Living the country life with a love for horses. Sadly she is gone but her memory will live forever.
This is poem is all about horses and what I once saw on an ordinary day at the stables. This poem is also dedicated to my horse, Cookie.
This poem is meant to try and describe the feeling we Equestrians get when we ride...
This was written while on a trip to the ocean with my youngest sister. This was a time of healing for my soul. I hope you enjoy it, and can use it to fit into your own life to bring about healing.
This poems about the ocean being mistreated by humans and we need to stop and make changes.
I am a retired executive secretary. When I retired, we relocated from beautiful Northern California to beautiful East Tennessee. The amazing beauty of our entire country inspires me to try to create poetry which will "paint pictures in words". I hope others will see the beauty all around
My name is Jonathan, and I'm in the 6th grade. I wrote this poem for a class last year. My mom thought it would be a good idea to place this poem on the net. I love trees a lot and I hate to see them ever cut. For all the tree lovers out there, this poem is dedicated to you.
I have written this poem to share you my opinion about trees. I wanted to ask everyone why are they devouring trees like a hungry devil. Please join your hands together to save trees.