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The Cat Poem (22 Mar 2006)
Note by the author: I am not sure what got into me about wanting to write a cat poem (as you can see I selected a great name for the poem); I just did it, out of the blue. I must have been triggered somehow because I do not care for cats. To b...
Ideas For Valentines Day (10 Oct 2005)
What ideas can I think of?
This Valentine's Day?
To make you happy.
To make you feel more of my love.
For I don't know, where are you?
What gift can I give you?
Chocolates, a jewelry piece, or a cute teddy bear?
Three Poems from the Story: Kush (23 Feb 2006)
The loveliness that crowned her youth,
Swept the grounds with all its roots;
With gentle years and womanhood
With lazy-days and laughs of grace;
Now passes by her majesty.
Her breasts triumphant for a...
The Song Writer and the Poet (30 Jan 2006)
Have you heard the phrase The Wreck of the Hesperus? How about Ivan Skivinsky Skivar?
The first, The Wreck of the Hesperus is from a poem by Longfellow. Longfellow was a New Englander born in 1807 and died in 1882. He wa...
The Need to Learn... Anew (26 Apr 2006)
THIS ENTITY FEAR,
AS ANY FICTIONAL ENTITY
MAN HAS BROUGHT TO BEAR,
GIVING BIRTH TO FEAR,
DESTROYING LIKE FIRE.
YOU STRUGGLE WITH FEAR,
AS IF IN QUICKSAND
IT DRAWS YOU,
Tea (29 Aug 2005)
ONE DAY WE HAD TEA
A FRIEND AND ME.
A CUP OF HOT TEA
I PLACED BEFORE HIM
ALONG WITH HOMEMADE SCRONES.
BUT HE SAID THIS TEA IS TOO HOT FOR ME
I SAID I GET ANOTHER RIGHT AWAY
HE WAS NOT BEING MEAN TO ME
HE JUST ...
Encourage Each Other (12 Feb 2006)
I LIFT UP MY EYES TO THE HILLS.
WHERE DOES MY HELP COME FROM?
MY HELP COMES FROM THE LORD,
THE MAKER OF HEAVEN AND EARTH.
HE WILL NOT LET YOUR FOOT SLIP —
HE WHO WATCHES OVER YOU WILL NOT SLUMBER;
INDEED, HE WHO WATCHES OVE...
Who Am I (27 Oct 2005)
It is said that behind every great man there is a great woman. This could not be further from the truth!
Next to the side
Of every great man
Every man wishing to do great things
For God's Kingdom
Is a great woman.<...>Jumping into Bed: Winter Poetry (in English and Spanish) (18 Oct 2005)
1—Walking in the Snow
(New Years Day—2006)
The winter wind whistles, harmoniously
with happy snowdrifts, miles long—
and my shoes, like car tires
grip the ground—, they chop through
away the whiteness.
The day is calm. ...
Poetry Slams: Performance Plus Art (27 Apr 2006)
Performance artists of all types enjoy the awe and the kudos coming their way from the general public. In return, any concert or performance turns livelier with audience participation. During the recent decades, more and more musicians--even those...
Love Poems Make Everybody Happy (06 Nov 2005)
There is no dearth of love poems in Sanskrit Language. In fact, thousands of verses
can be cited for each and every mood of the lover.
From the hundreds of poems I have collected, given below are three poems that are beautiful and moving. The poe...
The Grim Ghoul [ A Poem with a Commentary] (29 Nov 2005)
Said the Grim Ghoul to the Twilight-tree, "Life,
life moves, time sands still, I have learned,
leaned this as a ghoul—for I fly from twilight,
thru twilight—never seeing a full-dawn, or full-dusk,
nor a full-horizon, or that of a ...
Attitude and Meaning in Poetry (30 Aug 2005)
I know I keep saying I don't like to do articles on poetry, but I do, maybe because of all the writing in the world out there, I respect poetry above all the rest.
My wife was looking over a poem of mine today, translating it actually into S...
In Praise of If (22 Sep 2005)
Have you ever read the inspirational, motivational poem written by Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling?
Do you want to know who can be called as a Leader, a Man?
At the time of depression, do you want to know how to react to the events ?
Hidden Falls-St. Paul, Minnesota (a Sonnet)-A Rewarded Search (15 May 2006)
I waited thee thro a lifetime of years,
Till now when camest, your beauty was blind.
'Tis written, "He that seeketh, he shall find,"
Hidden, I have found thy next, in all they spheres,
By my city's river, a voice no man hears<...>Poems of our Time (19 Jan 2006)
Lost in Time
We seem to be lost in time
busy with our commerce;
making money and building towers,
waging wars and reaping flowers.
What did our old folks do
in their lazy old lifetime
to bring forth such a...
Sands (08 Feb 2006)
I set foot on the sands of the Arabian Gulf
In Nineteen Seventy Nine;
The sands, since then, have swallowed me up,
And consumed all of my time;
My time has been spent, in work and in prayer,
Rogue Poetry (Eight Poems) (19 Aug 2005)
[Commentary] —I'm not so young anymore, I seem to think I've recognized something that has escaped most of the modern age that perhaps most of us are people lost inside our own heads.
When I look at my past, it now seems ...
If You Fear, Then Click Here (27 Feb 2006)
Afraid of Bird Flu it is coming you know and could kill 100 worldwide? Are you worried about bank robbers like Bonnie and Clyde?
International Terrorists are coming to get your family and You? Are you afraid of lions escaping from the Zoo?
Night Poems From Minnesota [Now is Spanish and English] (21 Aug 2005)
Here are a few more of Dennis' poems, evidently he wrote them yesterday, and finished late early Wednesday evening, when I was alseep. He loves his Minnesota, and, now his Peru.
There are two seasons they say in Minnesota!
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