Poetry

Rainy Day Goddess (a poem; with apologies to Waylon Jennings)

Rainy Day Goddess

 

Are You a woman? A Goddess?

No more or less

Than both the same

In one fair frame.

How could light so Divine

Sparkle and shine

But from a woman’s heart? Read more…

Rainy Day Goddess

 

 

Are You a woman? A Goddess?

No more or less

Than both the same

In one fair frame.

How could light so Divine

Sparkle and shine

But from a woman’s heart? Read more…

Four Poems by Slave Breeze

Sonnet 2

Oh fleeting moments lost and time forgot

the gentle breeze doth stir my heart and soul

but passing fancy leaves and all for naught

and only Mistress ever makes me whole

 

Oh glowing stars and moon She doth outshine

and blooming rose, to Her, can not compare

for tender petals subtle and divine

are dull and drab beside Her beauty fair Read more…

Two Poems by A.R.T.

Your Turn By A.R.T.

Relax as you feel My web weaving
Around and around in your mind
Replacing your worn out conceiving
With a power that’s Heaven to find Read more…

How Many Times 

 

 

 

 

By Pure Pearl

 

How many times the sun and moon

Hath to thy beauty been compared?

How many times the rose’s bloom,

Held fast against THEE, and despaired

Yet none of these, if truth be known,

May adequately loom so fair

For thou, by far, and Thou alone,

Are utterly without compare. Read more…

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