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Tanka Anniversary Poems | Tanka Poems About Anniversary

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Stones

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                                  our home
                                  of moss-covered
                                  stones
                                  leading path
                                  of missteps



2/4/1/3/3


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Swinging on a Star

God's hand reached through time
dropping brilliance in the night
love's eternal gift
one star named for "my best friend"
our anniversary light


By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders


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Annual Celebration

his hair is grayer
and his skin more wrinkled, but
he's a better friend
than he was the day before --
my anniversary man.


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CHANGE OF SEASON

CHANGE OF SEASON

what’s the difference
october from september –
is it simply time
to put on a warmer coat,
a condition of one’s mind?

what’s the difference?
is there a hazy region
a mystic soul’s eye,
retreat to inner being,
a sort of hidden season?

all i know is this –
i sense the whole world has changed -
sun less warm, less bright
colors are taken cover,
a sixth sense taken over 


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the candle burns low



the candle burns low
and an old torch song lingers
as you take my glass
      warm eyes that once shied from mine
      clearly say it is bedtime


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The Scent Of Your Soul

The scent of your soul Such a sweet bouquet of hour Here betwixt my heart Through the handles of time You remain always mine October 11, 2014


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MID MARCH

3/10/12

mild weather ahead
so says the news report
except for the wind
that frozen voice from the north
button up then till april

conjure now green vision
how happy those spring sounds
tulips thrusting up
refreshing smell of spring rain
just a winter’s nap away