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Short Spanish poem by Mark Halliday| Details | |

Spanish Gypsy

Guitars seduce me
With stacatto semi-tones
Spanish Gypsy scales

Short Spanish poem by Robert Pettit| Details | |

New Year's Resolution

Do you speak Spanish?
New neighbors are speaking it.
I can talk to them.

Short Spanish poem by jeanine dejesus| Details | |

Moment of Peace

Blossoms fall like snow
where deer and antelope play
and spanish moss hangs

Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

centry old live oak

centry old live oak loaded with gray spanish moss summer's empty nest

Short Spanish poem by Charmaine Chircop| Details | |

Spanish Fly With An Italian Taste...

unfortunate guy
drinking a cappuccino
sharing with a fly

------------------------------------------------charma

Short Spanish poem by Gregory Golden| Details | |

Where Are You Now

Where are you now All the windmills Traveling through This world Running in The Spanish wind

Short Spanish poem by Brian Strand| Details | |

OLE

Fresh salmon in mojo sauce
Mountain parma ham
with roasted asparagus
Piquant paprika
Chorizo salad
Spanish style
red !

Short Spanish poem by Brian Strand| Details | |

FANDANGO FOOD

some chorizo tortilla
grilled asparagus
a spanish hot chocolate
ewe milk cheese forta
home made canas flakes
Rioja
Heh!

Short Spanish poem by Brian Strand| Details | |

SUNSHINE DRINKS

An old fashioned lemonade
Peach Melba cooler
A glass of  Spanish sangria
Pina colada
Pimms with fruit skewers
Or planter's 
Punch !

Short Spanish poem by Gary Fields| Details | |

Tri Lingual


Wii Wii senor~
    ~~~~
French speaking Spanish
    ~~~~
Spanish speaking English
    ~~~~
English speaking High-TEC

                GF

Short Spanish poem by Robert A. Dufresne| Details | |

Views Muse

Some poets tell of what they see no matter the popular cost, Others can’t see the dying tree, for the pretty Spanish Moss.

Short Spanish poem by Andrea Dietrich| Details | |

A Spanish Shadorma

in Madrid lived a dark-eyed boy - Eduardo like my youth that young, wild man *tan guapo vanished from my life *tan guapo = so handsome

Short Spanish poem by harry horsman| Details | |

Need to Ride the Tide

I’ll give you a smile
to wipe away your tears
got to go, fly home
take your touch your memories,
need to breathe your Spanish air.

© Harry J Horsman 2013 

Short Spanish poem by James Fraser| Details | |

Hardy by Name, Hardy by War

In History, Nelson fought the Spanish
This powerful Armada did vanish
My ancestor was in thrall
Kismet Hardy had a ball
No invasion, the infidels, banished

Short Spanish poem by BRIAN EATHERTON| Details | |

Free CD

Speak Spanish in seven days,
CD free with the daily paper,
Some chance I though,
Contemplating the course,
Still struggling with English,
A lifetime later.

Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

Good-bye

Good-Bye (English)
Proschi(Russian)
Adieu(French)
Arrividerci(Italian)
Adios(Spanish)
Shalom; leitraot(Hebrew)
Aloha(Hawaiian)
Auf Wiedersehen(German)
Hejda(Swedish)

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Day and Night (Spanish Lira)

I dream in cover of night
Yet, often times I dream by the light of day
You come in darkness and light
Guiding the steps of the way
To a place where we two are free and will stay

Short Spanish poem by Brian Strand| Details | |

vignette-LOOK AT IT THIS WAY

Catalan moderniste
Or Art Nouveau catalyst
Extravagent and ornate-
Fantastic,eclectic & surreal
Sculpture,gardens & cathedral


Antoni Gaudi (1853-1926)Spanish archtect-neo baroque

Short Spanish poem by Robert Pettit| Details | |

Tables

craps, blackjack, baccarat, the big six wheel, roulette, poker, pai gow, Spanish blackjack. These are the tables where you lose money. In casinos are where you will find them.

Short Spanish poem by Insane Rose insane| Details | |

mexicana

soy mexicana and proud to be
speaking good english
and spanish fluently
its amazing the stares
and the frowns
while people sit beside
me and put mexicans down...


mexicana born and raised.

Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

Buenas Noches

Good Night__English
Gute Nacht__German
Godnat_____Danish
Goedenacht_Dutch
Bonne Nuit__French
Buon anotte__Italian
God Natt__Norwegian
Dobranoc__Polish
Buenas Noches_Spanish


Sleep tight...

Short Spanish poem by Brenda Victoria Northeast| Details | |

A Spanish Autumn

To the rhythm of Spanish castanets 
The tempestuous autumn wind
beat the mosaic of colorful leaves
into a twirling, swirling flamenco dance




©  Brenda V Northeast  rewrite- 24th 2012  - 26/05/08





Short Spanish poem by Gregory Golden| Details | |

Cortez Flowers In Spain

Through the
Hills of Spain,
Pink and white
Cortez flowers
Adorning the
Enchanted blue windmills
Underneath this gray December sky,
Are Don Quixote and his esquire
Poncho, riding through the Spanish flames

Short Spanish poem by Paul Curtis| Details | |

QUEEN OF THE SPANISH MAIN

Like a buccaneer
Sailing the Spanish main
The vivacious creature
Swept into my life 
And like a pirate
Went for my treasure trove
Pillaging my heart
And stealing it away
Leaving my soul in chains
And my coffers empty

Short Spanish poem by Dia Tucker| Details | |

Daughter of the Wood

The tree stands out
 A maiden with skin of bark
 and hair of Spanish moss
 Count yourself among the rare
 to gaze upon her
 So many pass, yet never see
 Leaves that fall are her tears
 Clear them away
 Sign that someone still cares

Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

Ado

I must bid you adieu
In just three languages will do
Donadagohvi--Cherokee
Adios--Spanish you see
Goodbye--English the language of you and me.


(Ado means busy, noisy bustle etc.  Hear I mean I am saying goodbye but I am busy.)

Short Spanish poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Lady-in-Waiting in London

Limerick: Once a Lady-in-Waiting in London

Once (a) Lady-in-Waiting in London
Was kept waiting by a Spanish Don
She stood with one leg up
And called busy Don up
That’s how (the) cramp in the fun got undone.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013

Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

The Voice

The voice speaks from deep within
A picture, words, a message sends
Sometimes a landscape triggers thoughts
Overflowing words tumble out
Thoughts that only God sends, no doubt
Words freely tumble, God has wrought  

Form: Spanish Sestet

Short Spanish poem by Andrea Dietrich| Details | |

Footle part 7

William in Drag

Shakespeare 
Makes queer



An Alter Boy’s Job

Handles
Candles

Fancy Nude Dancer

Jangles
Spangles

English Only Creed

Banish
Spanish

Origami Artist

Paper
Shaper

Dynamite 

Whammo
Ammo

New Feminine Hygiene Product

Clamp-On
Tampon

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Please Enjoy (Spanish Lira)

I write daily with my heart
Capturing the essence of the chosen words
Hoping you become a part
Wishing you read and think that it’s not absurd
So I know to go out, making myself heard



SPANISH LIRA, Syllable count is, 7,11,7,7,11, Rhuming a,b,a,b,b,

Short Spanish poem by Kim Merryman| Details | |

Haiku 38

                                           Spanish moss draped limbs
                                           sway in the summer breeze --
                                               whispers from the past


9/5/13
For SKAT's Any Haiku will do contest.

Short Spanish poem by maggie flanaganwilkie| Details | |

A Spanish Sun

Saffron light dipped and angled down 
the stairwell of an abandoned train station 
in such a way that one might think 
God put Picasso in charge of painting 
the sun-baked afternoon. 
The amber hue on earth 
was a sharp contrast 
to his Blue Period sky. 

Short Spanish poem by Gregory Golden| Details | |

The Old Spanish Flamenco Dance

the owl-eyed cat sleeps quietly near my Spanish blue guitar while one eye peeled open to watch the gray mouse afar that dance across the six tender nylon strings that clap the castanet in both hands as she performs that old Spanish flamenco dance

Short Spanish poem by L'nass Shango| Details | |

In a dusty hedge

In a dusty hedge apart
Leaves all blighted
A frail flower touched my heart
Once 'twas sighted
For her character was stitched
Not in clothes hem
Her inner beauty bewitched
From a sweet stem

My Spanish Needle, gold heart
Innocence true
Pure humility and art
Fed on rare dew.


Short Spanish poem by Rachel St.Cross| Details | |

The Beauty In Love

Warmth laced amid fragrant; sweet water
Perfumed flowers as our breast, they kissed
Embers craving ecstasy which danced 
Atop their hidden pages; designs...
Spanish tiles and beautiful Carmelita
With softened hands carving our names
Etched deep these walls; the beauty in love.

Short Spanish poem by jack horne| Details | |

Drake's Bowls

Sir Francis Drake was playing bowls
One day upon The Hoe,
And when the Spanish fleet appeared 
He didn’t want to know.

He calmly finished playing bowls
(We don’t know if he won),
But then he fought and proved his skill,
The Spanish on the run.

*The Hoe is a place


Short Spanish poem by Ernesto P. Santiago| Details | |

Spanish Talismans


                        Astounding
                  Spanish talismans
                    In a wallet, are of 
                          No weight
                            Against 
                               God
The touches, brilliance His, glorious love!



Short Spanish poem by Sara Kendrick| Details | |

The Hilt

A camping vacation the only kind The trip with grandsons would be mighty fine Standing in rush and Spanish Moss Pictures to remember embossed Scratching redbugs from hilt to my hairline
Inspired by Carolyn Devonshire's Vacation Contest Not an entry

Short Spanish poem by Rachel St.Cross| Details | |

The Beauty In Love

Warmth laced amid fragrant; sweet water
Perfumed flowers as our breast, they kissed
Embers craving ecstasy which danced 
Atop their hidden pages; designs...
Spanish tiles and beautiful Carmelita
With softened hands carving our names
Etched deep these walls; the beauty in love. 


Short Spanish poem by Kathy Guerra| Details | |

Unrealized

crouching staring opposition glare
tears stream down
unrealized
i fear nothing but the rage within my bones 
looking at my hands full of blood 
the shackles 
prayers i shout in silence
Spanish and English
falling to my knees all i can do is pray
with my chin up
hands forward 

Short Spanish poem by T Wignesan| Details | |

Limerick: Once a Toro in a Madrid prairie

Limerick : Once a Toro in a Madrid prairie

Once a Toro in a Madrid prairie
Wondered why it had two horns, not three
Spaniards signal cuckold
With two fingers all told
So three for Spanish husbands in Paris ?*

*Paris : pronounced in French as : Parie/Paree

© T. Wignesan – Paris,  2013

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Together Upon Day (Spanish Lira)

I welcome thee to my heart
Come to me now to share in this lovely night
To dream as one, never part
Wake to see the morning light
Venturing together as the sun shines bright



SPANISH LIRA IS A SPANISH FOR OF POETRY :WRITTEN IN 7/11/7/7/11 
SYLLABLES,WITH THE RHYME SCHEME-ab,ab,b.

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Voices of Love (Spanish Lira)

Speak to me with love, my sweet
I wish to speak with only you, forever
As words can be love, I speak
Stop speaking to you? Never!
For to hear your voice is my satisfying treat.


SPANISH LIRA IS A SPANISH FORM OF POETRY :WRITTEN IN 7/11/7/7/11 
SYLLABLES,WITH THE RHYME SCHEME-ab,ab,b.

Short Spanish poem by Merle Manu| Details | |

The Revolutionary You

The Revolutionary You -- 

You are a musical overture, a fine merlot
a thick book, a metaphor, a cumulus 
cloudburst, steady table,
four corners of my universe. 
You are the spanish medallions on a ship at sea,
the moss that grows on a hickory tree;
the bark is ragged, the moss -- velvety.


Short Spanish poem by Johnny Rhinem| Details | |

Purity, Held Her Reasons

Warmth laced amid fragrant; sweet water
Perfumed flowers as her breast they kissed
Embers craving ecstasy which danced 
Atop time's hidden pages; designs...
Spanish tiles and, beautiful Carmelita
With softened hands carving their names ?
Etched deep these walls; the beauty within, love.

Short Spanish poem by Matthew Anish| Details | |

A Walk on the Lower East Side

  Past the House of Sages 
       Past the Arab owned 
bodega
   past the Spanish people playing dominoes 
        Towards my home
  on the Lower East Side
   We on the Lower East Side 
are spending our lives 
    in the asphalt homelaqnd
while we make love
    to the urban landscape

Short Spanish poem by Chastity Frazier| Details | |

Something About Me

Chastity is an Athlete
Her favorite things to do are read and write
Attention spands are sometimes high
Speaks english, spanish, and other languages
Talents are poetry,sports,cooking,and singing
Interests are cookng,poetry, and sports
Tells a lot of people about God 
Young,energetic,and fun

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Please Forgive Me (Spanish Lira)

One can have many a friend
Some will just speak without their following through
When, they should stay to the end
Some feel bad for what they do
I’m really sorry I wasn’t there for you

SPANISH LIRA IS A SPANISH FORM OF POETRY :WRITTEN IN 7/11/7/7/11 
SYLLABLES,WITH THE RHYME SCHEME-ab,ab,b.

Short Spanish poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details | |

Desire (Spanish Lira)

My eyes see just the surface
But there’s so much more to you than meets the eye
My heart increases its pace
As my throat lets forth a cry
With a need to kiss your skin, else I should die


SPANISH LIRA IS A SPANISH FORM OF POETRY WRITTEN IN 7/11/7/7/11 
SYLLABLES,WITH THE RHYME SCHEME-ab,ab,b.

Short Spanish poem by Trisha Sugarek| Details | |

Memories of the South

Memories of the South

spanish moss shimmers
slave ghosts of days long gone by
hanging from the trees

stain on Old Glory
dark time of subjugation
when man enslaved man

memories forever
then bodies, now gray moss hangs
tears, blood darken roots

Trisha Sugarek from
The World of Haiku 



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