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Butterflies and Moonbeams - Duo rhyme in Honor of Mary Ports

(Duo rhyme in Honor of Mary Ports)

Butterflies & Moonbeams 

Of things that inspire I will write 
Whether things of day or by night 
    Butterflies and silver moonbeams 
    Upon the quiet water gleams 
    Azure heavens where a hawk screams 
    Sunsets repainting awesome themes 
    Trees shade meandering cool streams 
    Yellow Stone where old faithful steams 
    Fireflies & double rainbow dreams 
    All made of magic so it seems 
Enchantments entice my delight 
With wonder I will dream tonight 

©Diana Dalton 15 July 12 





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Color Dance

Blood runs red in every race
War bring tears to every creed
Hunger felt by every being
Love desired by every heart
 
Green envy or generosity
Vengeful snares and forgiving
Nightmares give desires to dream
Dancing twixt joy & despair
 
Colorful array of emotions
So much in common
Do you see me in you
Your reflection in me?
 
We are  rainbow children 
Painting the canvas of life
Compassion sees the art
In the unique dance of us
 
Diana Dalton
10 Aug 20012


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Magnificent Rainbow Tree

Magnificent Rainbow Tree


Your limb are on fire
Spirit burning bright
Igniting my desire
Setting me alight

Thank you for the vision
Your reflection burns in me
Mirroring my soul with precision
Magnificent rainbow me.


Diana Dalton
10 Sept 2012


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Diana Dalton -Bio Poem


Diana Dalton 


Diana
Creative, curios, playful & loving
Sister of a brother who is not here
Lover of Life,Photography, Hubby and more
Who experiences love, longing, excitement, 
Who dislikes High fructose corn syrup
Love to see, England again, the Sea & Australia (with hubby)
Resides in Grand Junction,Colorado
Dalton


Diana Dalton 
10 Aug 2012


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Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi
Civil disobedience as modus operandi
The British, oh so superior
Ended up on their right royal posterior!

Diana Dalton
13 Nov 2012


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Right or Wrong

Right or Wrong?

If I were right?
Yet you felt Wrong
Would it mean you didn't belong?

Could I ever be right?
If I judged you wrong?
Would it mean I didn't belong?

Did God make me right?
Or did He make you wrong?
If so where would God belong?

If I were an expressions of light?
You a magnificent expressions of night?
Where would that illusive wrong or right belong?

Diana Dalton
1 April 2008


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Developing Negatives

Developing Negatives

When life appears gloomy
Patiently wait for the picture
Unfolding in the dark room

Amidst the developing medium
The negative transforms to ...
A gift of indescribable beauty.

Diana Dalton
25 Sept 12


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Lilac Lace

Her abode Clothed with Shades of purple Rustic accents Books & fairies Steering Reflecting Her souls dance Lilac so Her happy hue Singing to Her being Embraced In violets & lilac lace
Diana Dalton 5 Aug 2013


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If I - Tryodine

If I      (Tryodine) form of poetry by Yancy Dalton

If I were a fly I could fly
If I were a bee I could be
If I were a person I would be me

Diana Dalton
10 Aug 2012


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Upset For

Upset For? ( based on A course in Miracles Lesson 5)

Reason to be upset
Not what it seems
The more angry I get
Eludes me what it means


A trigger pushed
Driving me insane
I feel ambushed
Yet only reveals the pain


A truth rejected
A lie believed 
Oh so affected
I am deceived


Yet illusive reasons come
To tempt false perception
Feelings again to numb
And believe self deception


Or will this messenger of pain?
Invite true perception and heal
A reminder of true self again
Your choice will reveal

Diana Dalton
29 July 14