Aengus Poems - Below
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Halloween Night Walkies
aengus, autumn, dark, dog, halloween, night, scary,
When out this night amidst howling winds, foggy dew and dark,
Cautious since creatures above and ahead make us wary,
We'll slip through soggy autumn hued leaves to the park,
Past houses with orange lights, ghostly draped strands and witch's cauldrons scary.
Mindful of...Read More
aengus, beauty, flower, happy birthday, spring,
First tulips in early morning light,
A cheering birthday sight.
Though I trod off to work today,
Their mellow glow guided my way.
Spring is such a hopeful season,
To celebrate no matter the reason.
Annual life reflection now a gentler chore,
Than end of year resolutions...Read More
aengus, life, spring,
Yellow and purple crocus clumps now easy to find,
Tulip and daffodil bunches not far behind.
Before my front fence
Their greenery is getting dense.
Today I plant some bulbs I forgot
To add in autumn to this sunny spot.
With Aengus the Golden munching his...Read More
Ah First Flush
aengus, flower, rose, spring,
Older bushes that survived to spring,
Now rushing forth - a first flush fling.
First bloomer Bridal Pink going strong,
As other roses join the throng.
Reflexing back each one,
Revealing its heart to the sun,
In sudden luscious warm days,
Under glowing sun or haze.
Time for...Read More
Feasting on the Fruit of My Heart's Desire
I dreamed that I stood in a valley, and amid sighs,
For happy lovers passed two by two where I stood;
And I dreamed my lost love came stealthily out of the wood
With her cloud-pale eyelids falling on dream-dimmed eyes.
THE SONG OF WANDERING AENGUS: ,THE FOLLOW UP
Form: Free verse
IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT
AENGUS COMES HOME
TAKES A COLD SHOWER
BRUSHES HIS TEETH
AND GOES TO BED
TO DREAM OF HIS WANT
OF THE FAIRY GIRL
AND HER SILVER AND GOLD
aengus, animals, lovegod, god, love,
(based on the Irish legend of Aengus, the
Poet God of Love, Romance & Meaning,
who became a swan in order to pick his
beloved, Caer, from a group of swans during a time
when Caer had turned into this beautiful creature)
A hundred-fifty...Read More