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Pablo Neruda

Loving is a journey with water and with stars,
with smothered air and abrupt storms of flour:
loving is a clash of lightning-bolts
and two bodies defeated by a single drop of honey. 16 more words


The time between our dates is often long

The time between our dates is often long

Lost weeks bring to our love hidden dangers

We strive so hard to stay close, to stay strong… 91 more words


Maître Dindon d’azur

La basse-cour n’est jamais dangereuse,
Peu de poussière et pas de flaques d’eau ;
Une canette y parle au pintadeau,
Un chien s’endort en une place ombreuse. 68 more words


Sonnet by Arthur Henry Hallam

A melancholy thought had laid me low;
A thought of self-desertion, and the death
Of feelings wont with my heart’s blood to flow,
And feed the inner soul with purest breath. 119 more words


A September Morning

Written for:  Wednesday Muse #9  (posted by Toni)
“I am making this short and sweet: write about an anniversary or several in one poem. Let’s try our best to make this true poetry instead of prose broken into lines. 125 more words

Purple's Home

Sonnet #4

one day, a mistress not in distress-
in her fine red dress, walked down the road.
to address the man that made her glad-
was robbed by men and left in distress. 220 more words


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Being strong means rejoicing in who you are, complete with imperfections

Margaret Woodhouse

A Sailor's Song

Hush, hush, my darling, my muse, be at ease.

Let your salt tears melt with the salt sea to

Let longful moans fade with the ocean breeze, 89 more words