This is a poem about a first truly passionate love.
Come and join me on this long June evening. Watch the the mystic wonder of the forest embrace the summer night.
If anything makes a poet feel good it is to be asked to write more poetry. I was asked specifically to write the following haiku. The cinquain are an added bonus.
this a poem about summer and what it brings to people. it is a great season to grow plants and to play in.
this is a short poem about fall and why it is so nice to have around and what goes on in fall.
This is a poem about the power and meaning of tears in the human experience.
This is a short poem i wrote for my girlfriend depicting that my destiny awaits.
This is a song about a love that just can't be beat, and new life has come from this love.
When I was eighteen I traveled to southern California (I grew up in New England). I wrote this poem and created some artwork so that I would always remember it. I wanted to share it with the world.
A poem for anyone struggling to leave God in control
Yes, fathers are people too. But sometimes they do not receive any credit for the wonderful things that they do for their family.
We all try to compose our lenghty stuf on others works so that some may read us too A sad comment here..
This is a poem I wrote in honor of the goddess Oshun.
Short poem about moving on after a break-up. Published in "Love, Life and Evisceration" by Porle Joen available at Amazon.
A poem created over 20 years ago that inspired the novel "Awakening" by Porle Joen.
Waiting for a Knight in Shining Armour can be disappointing.
Back garden bench philosophy, and whispers from my soul...
Consider the looming lies and fears that trap a woman or even a man in a emotionally abusive and draining relationship, that leaves a trail of visible and invisible scars. Then consider the desperate and daring hope of "illegal" immigrants who find themselves with their backs against...
Here is a poem about just some of the things that can make us sad, bring us down, the point is that we really need to not only believe in ourselves, but we need to find out what we can count on in our lives.
This is just a simple poem regarding the ignorance people have towards women and their daily struggles to push for perfection,
Consider a child, suddenly more aware of life around her/him, and then consider, a struggling artist or an individual who is constantly overlooked, pushed aside or ignored.. Connect with humanity..
This is in response to the most positive of poets around here A friend of all
This poem was inspired by financial stress and the discomfort of being a poor aspiring artist.
Consider gentrification and the sense of exclusion it brings along. Then, consider a baby with so much life ahead as well as uncertainty..
Haiku is a traditional type of Japanese poetry. The poems are about everyday things and are usually three short lines which don't rhyme. First line usually contains five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line five syllables. I think that Haikus don't have the ...