bursting wide eager to please us your white show reaching up serenading the blue sky warm wind the chorus © 2014-2020 – Donna Matthews The Shadorma poem is six lines with a 3-5-3-3-7-5 syllable count. It can be composed with single or multiple stanzas. You can learn more about poetry styles here. Hey y'all, thanks … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: Chorus, By Donna Matthews
Leonard Cohen was a Canadian Singer, Songwriter, Poet, and Author. The body of work he left behind is honest, prolific, and profound. While the lyrics to "Hallelujah" don't constitute traditional "classic poetry," they feel comforting to me in these pandemic days we share. I invite you to give a listen to the video version shared … Continue reading Hallelujah, Classic Poems Presented by Go Dog Go Cafe Baristas
I played a beautiful song in multicolored notes scattered across a lined page carefully metered for sweet-sounding melody wind-blown notes from warm lips – the air-born gifts of a hand-held flute I played on a concrete step that led to a House of White flattered where they stole my sheet and blotted out the rainbow … Continue reading THROWBACK FRIDAY: I Played by Tanya Cliff
angel from my left shoulder is on vacation reading Kafka at the Shore in a ruffled white tankini while sipping Shirley Temples sends quaint postcards scrawled in pink ink “Weather is beautiful, glad you aren’t here” her A’s all hearts of course devil on my right shoulder is all business rocks Prada Manola Blahniks has … Continue reading Flashback Friday: Misty Blue – Christine E. Ray
leaves like confetti like a dance floor at midnight colorful music The above poem is written in the form of Haiku. Haiku is an unrhymed poetic form consisting of 17 syllables arranged in three lines of 5-7-5 syllables respectively. Haiku tends to relate primarily to NATURE. Learn more about poetry styles here. Hey y'all, thanks … Continue reading Colorful Music
Lying beneath you eyes obsessed with magnetism of yours skin exhilarated gliding in harmonious motion musical creation our silent symphony * ©MidwestFantasy September 2019
By Charles Robert Lindholm what is it about your smile that makes it feel like sunshine warming my heart? your face radiates joy you are a delight to my eyes your voice is like beautiful music I love to hear singing to my soul I could become addicted to spending time together and to the … Continue reading I COULD BECOME ADDICTED
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By Charles Robert Lindholm Poetry = Music's long lost lover Copyright © 2017 Charles Robert Lindholm - All Rights Reserved Please Come And Explore My Archives Here And On Blog!!!!
By Charles Robert Lindholm I AM NOT A POET I AM JUST A SCRIBE WRITING DOWN THE WORDS THE UNIVERSE WHISPERS TO ME ON THE WIND THE WORDS SING TO NATURE'S SONG THEY SPEAK TO THE SOUL AND TOUCH OUR HEARTS THEY BRING TEARS TO OUR EYES AND SMILES TO OUR FACES THEY HIDE … Continue reading I AM NOT A POET