Aahed Poems - Below
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Snow in May
aahed, love, marriage, philosophy, symbolism,
On the sixteenth of May, you wore white — I wore black.
It was warm, we felt pleased and we smooched with a smack.
All four parents had come. We would reap what we sowed.
It felt right. It felt...Read More
HAIR OF RED
aahed, child, hair, red, true love,
Form: Free verse
Born in 1947
a delicate post war child
So shy was she
and nervous too
a flimsy fragile flower
who when her mother took her out
began to scream
began to shout
Her hair drew great attention
How much my parents mean to me
aahed, love, me, meaningful, parents, tribute,
They rejoiced at my birth ~ all was laughter and mirth
While I had no idea of their value or worth
They fed me...they bathed and they clothed me
Day after day ~ Their love knew no dearth
They talked to me, sang to...Read More
aahed, new york,
With time to kill, I hit the zoo
And mingled with the tourists, who
Took selfies near the sea lion pool,
Behavior I’d not ridicule.
But what I did find quite amusing
And, at first, a bit confusing,
Was the focus of a crowd
Which oohed and...Read More
MEMORIES OF A CITY CHILD
aahed, adventure, appreciation, brother, creation, dance, girl,
Writing about daisies roses rainbows and waterfalls helped me
Escape the madness of the city LIFE. The JUNGLE.
Whenever I wished to return I laid my pen down and
Anticipated the next siren. So...
I laid back and reminisced for most...Read More
The Tale Spinner
aahed, art, on writing and words, work,
Form: Terza Rima
His blockbuster of a book,
just a huge, steaming heap
of a gobbler's gobbledygook,
praised to highest heavens
by blabbering blurb-writers
aahed, health, life, people, philosophy, sad, sympathy, life,
Tears fall from a round cherub face
Who feels her life is a big disgrace
Who feels she is just a charity case
Who takes up way too much space
Who knocked over the hand painted vase
Because she thought she was too obese