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Susan Poems

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Premium Member THE LASSES OF LINDLEY PIT
Margaret began at age of nine
on eight-till-five shift down the mine.
And there's two sisters working there
to push and pull coal carts they share.
Sometimes they sort the spoil from slack
and crack to cleave large cobs of black.
For one week's work of...Read More
Categories: susan, work,
Form: Rhyme



floral thoughts of timbers
a brood lumbers in the fold of an oak - slumbering

while mary go round and round - catching the affections of her father

under my bed - blooms are enchanted to leave

and a hidden mole peaks from pink lace like a...Read More
Categories: susan, animal, child, cool,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Folly Of Autumn's Fog

                  A coloratura rises 
                  ...Read More
Categories: susan, age, autumn, life, nature, old, tree, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Zebra Mystique

I want to ride a zebra

and race the rays of radiance
through heat-waves sailing gradients -

a folly wild - a mood untamed
elated hands in bristled mane
unbridled veins uncorked champagne...

yes! elevate sedate heart rate
I WANT to ride a zebra

stripes yin yang oasis...Read More
Categories: susan, adventure, animal, dream, fantasy, freedom, fun, imagination,
Form: Rhyme
Splendid Connotation
S-cribe
U-ses
S-uperb
A-wesome
N-ote

P-oetically
A-dvancing
S-plendid
C-onnotation
U-nder
A-crostic

Topic: Birthday of Susan Pascua (June 06) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: susan, birthday,
Form: Acrostic



Premium Member Welcome back, Susan Ashley
                     Parting ways
                 ...Read More
Categories: susan, appreciation, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Casualness Of Casualties

In the intimate interlace of chance and fate, in the ultimate interplay of time and place, and with the consummate checkmate of my human dignity, all that is -- is over, in the stormy, swarming space of mere moments.

turbulence rises
as...Read More
Categories: susan, death, evil, family, fate, life, love, violence,
Form: Haibun
3 HEARTS
"3Hearts" 1ST NOVEL IN PROGRESS

AKS was unaware of her three personalities                             ...Read More
Categories: susan, best friend, change, character, desire, first love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Highway of Regret
The storms are raging on the rollin' sea, and on the highway of regret
Yes, I played around, was unfaithful to you, I'd change it all you bet.
I truly loved you with all my heart, but I tried to act all...Read More
Categories: susan, death, depression, drink, lost love, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member TALL AND PROUD


Susan was a cancer survivor
After her mastectomy
She went thru her blue period
But I didn’t know her then
When I met her she glowed
Exuberant and beautiful
Celebrating the gift of life
Dancing to share her joy
Her story and her poetry
Her day of enlightenment
Had happened...Read More
Categories: susan, beautiful, depression, health, inspiration, journey, joy, life,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Gems and Petals
     Astounded ...

Death caught his breath ...
          cast his net to the stars,
              ...Read More
Categories: susan, analogy, beauty, imagery, metaphor, passion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What Should We Do with Uppity Women
Women of the early 1900’s should have been justifiably outraged
Owned like chattel by their men
Elections were held willy nilly
And if you did not have a willy, you were eliminated
The rare woman who thought she should be
a voter, was not even...Read More
Categories: susan, women,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Poetic Interview With Nancy Clutter
A Poetic Interview with Nancy Clutter

(This poetic interview is fictional and imaginary, and is based on 47 years of study and repeated readings relative to Truman Capote’s novel, In Cold Blood, published in 1965).


An honor to speak with you, Nancy....Read More
Categories: susan, death,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member A Soup Bowl Full of Christmas
Twas the night before Christmas, when all thru the Soup bowl,
Not a poet was writing, not even the musing mole.
All their pens were hung by the chimney with bubble gum,
Hoping Winged Warrior would lose and let them win some.

The poetesses...Read More
Categories: susan, christmas, family, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member After
     It was my seventh birthday party, mother had everything planned,
decorations were in the dining room, invitations sent out, balloons;
          and on February 1-  I was...Read More
Categories: susan, childhood,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Sylvia's Flower Garden
Musky fragrance inundates
my nostrils as I enter 
the garden center:
a rhapsodic feeling
in idyllic surroundings.
The air is humid
like an Amazon garden,
heat barely tolerable
making my glasses misty.
Soft music, dulcet and sweet,
swamp the amazing conservatory. 
The caterpillar had shed off its chrysalis, 
and...Read More
Categories: susan, flower, garden,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 'Black Eyed Susan'
              Black-Eyed Susan-  I am called,
        quite hardy, one real tough fighting flower; 
     ...Read More
Categories: susan, flower,
Form: Personification
Words
Words 
                                   by susan q. miller...Read More
Categories: susan, appreciation, meaningful, perspective, philosophy, words,
Form: Free verse
Truth-The Allusive Beast
Truth-The Allusive Beast
      susan Q miller © 2018

Tell me where the truth lies. 
I want to find it now,
Though I know this allusive beast is always on the prowl.
Does the beast ever lay, 
Quiet, certain...Read More
Categories: susan, faith, integrity, introspection, truth, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Homeless
HOMELESS 
by susan q miller ©2013


To others she is homeless
out living on the street.

Living—she is—living free.

Is she?

She’s a paradox unanswered,
A question unresolved. 

Is she truly homeless-

I wonder, as she passes with a smile,
pushing her heavy burdens with flair, with style?

Or,...Read More
Categories: susan, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
A Broken Wing
A BROKEN WING 
by susan Q miller © 2008


A broken wing, a broken shell, 

        candlelight, the incense sweet

              Upon...Read More
Categories: susan, devotion, heartbroken, introspection,
Form: Free verse
It Fell
						It Fell
						    by susan Q miller © 2014
							
It fell,
            Something hard
		Off the shelf
			Without warning,
				Breaking what lay beneath,
			  		 A favorite green bowl, a hand-crafted half-orb
						Made...Read More
Categories: susan, appreciation, bereavement, change, life,
Form: Free verse
Convictions
Convictions 
susan Q. miller © 2011
Song Lyrics

Maybe our convictions are convictions after all,
They lock us in a prison in our minds. 
They keep us from living in this moment. 
We’re out of synchronicity---out of present time.

Convicted by convictions, we are...Read More
Categories: susan, endurance, freedom, growth, identity, introspection, prejudice, prison,
Form: Lyric
The Open Door
The Open Door
       By susan Q miller © 2019

In the winter of my mind there is darkness…
cold, harsh judgment and distraction.

I wander through the dank corridor 
with an occasional flickering candle to guide me.

Where...Read More
Categories: susan, encouraging, feelings, friendship, hope, perspective, wisdom,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Susan Ashley: Daydreamer

Susan
wife of Bill,
mother of Brock, Julianna, Jocelyn, Marcus
Heather and Billy, Jr.
grandmother of Logan, Delaney and Isaac
daughter of Alice and Albert and sister of Michael and Diane
lover of family, imagination and artistic expression, the skies in all its moods and wild...Read More
Categories: susan, introspection,
Form: Bio