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Growing Old By Robert Service

Somehow the skies don’t seem so blue
As they used to be;
Blossoms have a fainter hue,
Grass less green I see.
There’s no twinkle in a star, 109 more words


Broken Pieces

We painted a picture of our future

A beautiful garden

Nice home

Children playing in the yard

Lazy Sunday afternoons

Home made lemonade

Reading to one another late at night. 101 more words


Same place, different time

She watches the sun set,
And it watches her.
She smokes a cigarette
And remembers how things were.

The ocean breeze
Over the train tracks. 51 more words


I like the way your mind moves

As it writes the lines
to make my mind move
Out of the way
So my heart can
hear itself

She's Probably Some Writer Now - A Poem

She’s Probably Some Writer Now

She’d made a cave
lit with hanging crystals
glistening from her
home hearth’s fire
golden circle.
And soon an altar… 35 more words


Shakespeare Piece of the Day (10/24/14) The Winter's Tale

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

The Winter’s Tale


ACT V. SCENE I—SICILIA. A Room in the Palace of


Paul.                           Had she such power, 601 more words


HAIKU -- 10242014

petrified forest

how  silently blows

the wind


© Copyright 2013-2014 Ron Evans 13 more words


kgbethlehem reblogged this on kgbethlehem and commented:

Petrified Forest Good late evening everyone! Welcome to another edition of Friday Night Poetry Corner #49. October is Haiku month so continuing on with theme here is a nice piece by Ron Evans called "Haiku-10242014." I will say this if you love nature writings, you will like this one. Thanks for visit and when you have time, visit Randa Lane's blog for more creative haiku from various poets.