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Shadorma Poems | Shadorma Examples

Premium Member The Thrilling Beyond
Purple mists and dawn wake up call, red rooster. Keen bluebirds whistle and call for gold sun- songs of the thrill days. Fading dreams waft in fading mist so lovely. Scents adrift along green sidewalks of life beyond plum shadows....Read More
Categories: beauty, color, day, nature,
Form: Shadorma

Utopia Where can you find it... Up in heaven, Down under? Excellence, I will believe Perfection, not so....Read More
Categories: philosophy,
Form: Shadorma
Connie's Pursuit of Poetry
"I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) I am never without it" quote - E.E. Cummings poetess pursued her wordplay for pleasure and God's praise - powerful, peace-filled thoughts from Connie Marcum...Read More
Categories: 11th grade, memory, peace,
Form: Shadorma
"I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) I am never without it." - E. E. Cummings My grandma is my dearest light that shines bright in the night to tame...Read More
Categories: care, grandmother, love, tribute,
Form: Shadorma
LEGACY A poet Needs a little praise For the rhyme And meter But mainly the metaphor That will resonate No poet Wants to be ignored The message Is still key As it burrows deep inside Transcending mere words Gone To Heaven - Connie Dated 16 Sep 2022, Writing Challenge-...Read More
Categories: poetess, poetry,
Form: Shadorma

Premium Member Bitter Harvest
pride, like fruit high upon a limb out of reach feeding none falling to ground in season is easily bruised ...Read More
Categories: pride,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member A Lone Soul
A green pear Not hidden by leaves At the top So lonely A prolific limb's product Hangs by an aged thread ...Read More
Categories: age,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member John a Dear Friend Gone
John a Dear Friend Gone "I carry your heart with me(I carry it in my heart) I am never without it"  Quote _ by E.E. Cummings Miss you John A dear friend has gone So used to Seeing you In the...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member A Gardenia Nosegay
Cape Jasmine One last white blossom Memories Of our youth You brought three green stems with buds Fragrance filled the room Long ago When you desired love Memories Flood my mind Now you bring me muscadines From your garden, love ...Read More
Categories: love,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member Dear Brother
"I carry your heart with me(I carry it in my heart)I am never without it" ...Read More
Categories: brother,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member Autumn Blues
summer leaves turn golden and red colorful foliage winter haters always dread wearing longer sleeves fall colors smell of burning leaves allergies flaring up watery eyes and noses not beds of roses holidays relieve discomforts Halloween Thanksgiving families get together birds of a feather Written September 6, 2022 ...Read More
Categories: autumn, color, holiday, how
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member Sycamores
after all, sycamores shed leaves in the fall, standing tall revealing its bare branches awaiting first snow gathering large sycamore seeds in autumn is a pain burying the grass alive in prickly texture frightening stark ghost-like branches sycamores playing dead all through the dreary winter returning next spring fully leaved in big hand-like fronds bringing...Read More
Categories: seasons, tree,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member A Child's Smile
it's nothing short of magical. ...Read More
Categories: appreciation, child, imagery, smile,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member Spurned Love
She awoke to a blazing sun, brightest orb, day’s lover. The moon, jealous of her love, cried for the night’s loss. She, sleeping, missed the soft caress, silken touch, palest rays that beckoned her to waken and taste their sweetness....Read More
Categories: cry, day, love, moon,
Form: Shadorma
Premium Member Sunflower Dreams
In pink mists, sunflowers aren't seen, craving sun, of June noon. Midday blooms laugh in meadows of ageless summer!...Read More
Categories: beauty, flower, longing, nature,
Form: Shadorma

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