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Lark Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem happy larks 4th poem douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme lark, funny,
Premium Member Poem A Bit Of A Crook Jack Ellison Limerick Limerick lark, dream,
Sunny Days Gwen Schuetz Rhyme Rhyme lark, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, spring,
Moderate Debauchery, Part I David Welch Narrative Narrative lark, addiction, celebrity, endurance, music,
Premium Member Poem Our Love That Once Rivaled Illuminating Sun Robert Lindley Rhyme Rhyme lark, conflict, deep, destiny, grief,
Premium Member Poem Happy lark's 2nd poem douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme lark, funny,
Premium Member Poem Happy Larks 1st poem douglas pederson Rhyme Rhyme lark, funny,
April Showers Gwen Schuetz Free verse Free verse lark, appreciation, april, beautiful, blessing,
Premium Member Poem The Singing Of The Lark Gary Smith Rhyme Rhyme lark, longing, nature, winter,
Premium Member Poem Hear Lark To Park Did Embark James Horn Limerick Limerick lark, allegory, analogy,
Sonnet 35 'The Happy Lark Sings Dulcet Resurrection' Andrew Fairchild Sonnet Sonnet lark, beauty, fairy, god, peace,
Earth Song jo davis Verse Verse lark, celebration, change, creation, earth,
Green Is My Love Andrew Fairchild Rhyme Rhyme lark, absence, death, loss, love,
White Van Man Rose Johnson Rhyme Rhyme lark, car,
Premium Member Poem I'm A Bit Of A Crook Jack Ellison Limerick Limerick lark, lust,
Premium Member Poem At Western Washington State Fair Sheri Fresonke Harper Free verse Free verse lark, autumn, desire, drink, for
Premium Member Poem Spring Song Andrea Dietrich Sonnet Sonnet lark, spring,
March 8th International Women's Day The World Over matthew harris Elegy Elegy lark, appreciation, beauty, daughter, hero,
Premium Member Poem The Sad Tragic Tale of Dennis Lloyd Martin Michael Wise Ballad Ballad lark, dark, death, mystery, scary,
Premium Member Poem As Angels To My Eyes Gary Smith Rhyme Rhyme lark, bird, nature,
Premium Member Poem Always Will Wonder What If and More James Horn Limerick Limerick lark, allegory, analogy,
Only a Moment Harley White Ballad Ballad lark, adventure, future, journey, life,
A Pretty Little Lark Andrew Fairchild Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme lark, appreciation, cheer up, love,
Premium Member Poem SAVING 7 ITEMS FROM MY BURNING HOME JENNIFER PROXENOS Rhyme Rhyme lark, fire, scary,
Premium Member Poem Doing Sweeties Chores Tom Wright Lyric Lyric lark, funny, satire,
There is no future thelast don ABC ABC lark, america,
My Beloved - 1 - Super Crown Of Sonnets - Valentine's Collection Vladislav Raven Sonnet Sonnet lark, desire, dream, joy, love,
I only tell of sunny hours Michelle Smith Personification Personification lark, appreciation, perspective, silence, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem Marianne Victor Buhagiar Free verse Free verse lark, garden, happy,
Premium Member Poem The Lark In The Dark Michael Wise Limerick Limerick lark, boat, humorous, ocean,
SONG OF THE MEADOW LARK Pixie Dust Free verse Free verse lark, appreciation,
Premium Member Poem The Golden Gate Squirrel Shape PAT Adams Shape Shape lark, animal, appreciation, funny,
Babyface, whats you THINKIN john scott Rhyme Rhyme lark, baby, beauty,
SMILING- IT'S A HAPPY THING Thum Chiean Tien Lyric Lyric lark, anniversary, appreciation, assonance, children,
Out for a Stroll Terry Hoffman Limerick Limerick lark, funny, humor, humorous, lust,
Premium Member Poem YOU MADE ME RIGHT WITH THE LIGHT--- James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme Rhyme lark, analogy, appreciation, assonance, engagement,
Odysseus and The Siren Lady Labyrinth Romanticism Romanticism lark, for her, for him,
The Beast of Stephen - for Christmas Pets contest Terry Flood Rhyme Rhyme lark, bird, christmas, food, pets,
The Flowers and The Birds Nata Stinson Ballade Ballade lark, bird, feelings, flower, lost,
Rise At Dawn's Soft Spoken And Eager Sun's Reprieve Lawrence Sharp Rhyme Rhyme lark, nature,
Premium Member Poem Rise At Dawn's Soft Spoken And Eager Sun's Reprieve Robert Lindley Rhyme Rhyme lark, appreciation, art, hope, humanity,
Jurrasic Lark Terry Flood Rhyme Rhyme lark, history, humor,
Coffee Shoes Terry Mullally Rhyme Rhyme lark, chocolate, color, drink, funny,
Premium Member Poem Oh, Bittersweet The Memory Dear Heart Rhyme Rhyme lark, father daughter, love,
Wriggle Terry Flood Rhyme Rhyme lark, fishing,
Into the Deep End J.W. Earnings Lyric Lyric lark, angst, muse, nature,
The Lark Pixie Dust Rhyme Rhyme lark, nature,
The perplexities of Brexit from a Cockney point of view Julian Scutts Burlesque Burlesque lark, anxiety, humorous, political,
Premium Member Poem FORSAKEN THE LARK Kim Rodrigues Kyrielle Kyrielle lark, christian, fire, hero,
Premium Member Poem A Grave Marked By Flint James Horn Limerick Limerick lark, allegory, analogy,

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Lark Poem Example

I Think Of You - An Alternative Universe - 6


From childhood it was a world of two...you and I...
I leaned lightly, leisurely against your heart and you let me in.

We were five I use to draw you rose scented flowers
using an ordinary led pencil. Youth! The world was ours.

Seven!  I know that was the first time I saw you blush.
I whispered a song for you so no one else would hear.

Oh when we were nine! The potato sack race.  I entered with Lisa.
 You gave me that look. Oh that look!  And you  left without a word.

At eleven years old I had my "magic wink". "A Magic Wink" you'd
say sarcastically.  How it made you giggle to make fun of it.

It was at thirteen we decided to burn the gym floor with our moves.
Our first dance.  You stole my breath. Emptied the room of oxygen.

Fifteen...we started running and my God we ran and ran...
our shoe prints dug into the concrete. It was then I knew. Forever.

Then suddenly at seventeen in the slip of time you left, dissapeared.
Stunned! I slept through the next two years even in the full light of day.

At nineteen I swam an endless pool but even the chlorine couldn't
clear your scent from my memory as my spirit filled out hard as steel.

Was it on my twenty first birthday you showed up? You showed up
 tried to hug me hello. Silent! Cold! I turned and walked away.

Was I still twenty one when I apologized for that day. When you asked 
for an explanation. I recited false words but we both knew. Hurt for hurt.

Then at twenty five we still had issues to work out. I asked you bluntly 
why you cut me loose in the prime of our youth. You my first and only.

I asked the question that burned in my gut. Without words your eyes spoke. 
You were still in love with me. There was only me. I your first and only.

Finally our lips met to never part again. Left to wonder why, I accept our 
lives without an answer. My love was that. Why would I have let you go?

Older than old now. One last time you leave. Death makes this choice. 
Alone again I remember how I never knew why once you left.

Not everything  is explained or understood,
like music by a one arm man playing a violin.

I sport my blank stare. Naked is the body of life.
Mystery sings blind the song of the lark!

and I...

i think of you.



March 29 2015
Armand




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