Poems by Laura Loo

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02/19/2018 Rainy Days and Mondays 21 Rhyme
02/18/2018 Sacred Moments 29 Rhyme
02/18/2018 Sunshine and Showers 39 Couplet
02/17/2018 My Strange Idiosyncrasies 29 Rhyme
02/16/2018 Warm Apple Pie 34 Quintain (English)
02/15/2018 Resonating Romance 55 Acrostic
02/15/2018 The Astonishing Serenity of Eventide 66 Rhyme
02/13/2018 'To My Sweetheart On Our Wedding Day' 51 Quatrain
02/12/2018 Buried Flowers 38 Rhyme
02/09/2018 scar of a fallen angel 33 Verse
02/09/2018 awaiting 28 Verse
02/09/2018 Loneliness Down By the Lake 54 Rhyme
02/09/2018 My Mind Has Lost Its Innocence 54 Rhyme
02/09/2018 Eloquent Banter 59 Couplet
02/06/2018 and I love you so 77 Monoku
02/06/2018 Not Enough Love 82 Rhyme
02/04/2018 A Love Greater Than Love 61 Couplet
02/03/2018 Ocean Eyes 57 Rhyme
02/02/2018 Life Lessons From 'The Notebook' 143 Rhyme
02/02/2018 Funny Bunny With Not Alot of Money 103 Rhyme
02/01/2018 celestial harvest moon 49 Rhyme
02/01/2018 this ebon night 76 Rhyme
01/31/2018 I Do Need You So Lord, But Why 61 Sonnet
01/30/2018 Ancient Aliens 84 Quatrain
01/30/2018 When Dreams Come True- 128 Words 91 Rhyme
01/29/2018 you move me 111 Free verse
01/29/2018 my heart cannot unlove you 74 Rhyme
01/28/2018 Soon You Will Be Gone, My Stinky Little Pug 90 Rhyme
01/28/2018 Weather Forecast 66 Rhyme
01/27/2018 Minuanetta- Your Love is Like a Reverie 82 Rhyme
01/26/2018 The Vow of Eternity 154 Rhyme
01/26/2018 This is the Day 51 Rhyme
01/25/2018 These Nightmares Feel Real 81 Rhyme
01/23/2018 Sorrow Borrowed From Teardrops 76 Rhyme
01/21/2018 Heaven's Abyss 90 Tyburn
01/19/2018 My Dreams 123 Couplet
01/18/2018 Mother Nature's Appeal 60 Rhyme
01/16/2018 What is White 165 Couplet
01/16/2018 Lost Love 142 Sonnet
01/14/2018 Our Little Hummingbirds- A Collaboration 108 Rhyme
01/14/2018 Goodbye to Love 117 Couplet
01/13/2018 blazing desire 78 Rhyme
01/13/2018 My Blue Cheese is Sushi 72 Rhyme
01/13/2018 Echoes of a Reflection- Urban Sonnet- contest example 122 Sonnet
01/12/2018 Speak Your Truth 147 Rhyme
01/12/2018 The Beautiful Dolphin 119 Rhyme
01/12/2018 The Soldier's Death 84 Dizain
01/11/2018 You Surface Me 73 Haiku
01/10/2018 Our Baby Angels- Collaboration 80 Rhyme
01/10/2018 Only Alive in Death 75 Verse
01/10/2018 faded 65 Rhyme
01/10/2018 home sweet home 99 Free verse
01/10/2018 Prussian Blue 47 Rhyme
01/10/2018 just us 66 Verse
01/09/2018 November Rain Has Come Again 148 Verse
01/09/2018 A Messed Up Dented Can 74 Rhyme
01/09/2018 Dreams for 2018 85 Rhyme
01/09/2018 Before You 43 Rhyme
01/08/2018 A Lullaby 154 Rhyme
01/08/2018 Love Gone Astray 106 Rhyme
01/06/2018 The Beautiful Aquatic Menagerie 106 Rhyme
01/06/2018 Please Stay Forever 85 Rhyme
01/06/2018 There is a Brighter Side 75 Rhyme
01/05/2018 Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining 90 Monoku
01/04/2018 Loch Ness 124 Rhyme
01/03/2018 Yes, I'm That Crazy Cat Lady 99 Rhyme
01/02/2018 Water and Sky 141 Rhyme
01/02/2018 IVORY 115 Monoku
01/01/2018 Another Lover 45 Verse
12/31/2017 The Angel's Song 91 Lyric
12/31/2017 Seven Years Ago Today 52 Rhyme
12/29/2017 Blazing Fear 113 Monoku
12/28/2017 Goodbye 2017 131 Rhyme
12/28/2017 Embers and Snowflakes 87 Rhyme
12/28/2017 Birth of Me 113 Rhyme
12/28/2017 Perpetual Torment- Collaboration With Silent One 110 Couplet
12/27/2017 Upside Down World 88 Limerick
12/27/2017 Winter Blues 78 Rhyme
12/27/2017 Women Aren't Supposed to Have Beards Like You Santa 137 Sonnet
12/27/2017 Tomorrow's Beauty 84 Monoku
12/22/2017 Morning Ritual 124 Rhyme
12/22/2017 Echo of Love 72 Verse
12/22/2017 Pebbles on a Shore 125 Monoku
12/21/2017 Echoes in the Distance 91 Rhyme
12/20/2017 After Forever 103 Rhyme
12/19/2017 A Winter Cemetery 174 Rhyme
12/18/2017 Our Connection 82 Quatrain
12/18/2017 Quench Me 73 Tanka
12/17/2017 Five Letter Words 173 Rhyme
12/16/2017 Take a Lil' Breath 75 Lyric
12/14/2017 Age Doesn't Matter When You're In Love 160 Rhyme
12/14/2017 Unanswered Questions 77 Couplet
12/14/2017 The Most Joyous Season 63 Couplet
12/13/2017 Gustav Klimt 106 Quatrain
12/12/2017 A Blitzing Christmas 150 Blitz
12/11/2017 The Desolate People 118 Rhyme
12/11/2017 My Secret For You 134 Rhyme
12/10/2017 IT 107 Rhyme
12/10/2017 I Need the Winter to Survive 83 Rhyme
12/09/2017 Lil' Blue, Our Favorite Christmas Tree 136 Rhyme


Quote Left What is perfect, is trying not to be perfect. Quote Right
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Quote Left You can't steer towards learning, if you haven't learned to steer. Quote Right
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So here I am late at night, on October 14, 2015, and I just became a Premium Member. I couldn't be happier to be a part of something so amazing. Since I have started posting poems on Poetry Soup, I have had a renewed sense of passion for writing. I started writing simple poems in 4th grade (Basically poems of boys I had crushes on that particular day). That's about the time I started journaling. To this day I still keep a journal but now it's saved on my hard drive. I have over 36 journals since 1990. As I got older, my poetry started taking a different avenue with the form of flow and style. My junior year of High School I won a poetry contest and it was published in a book consisting of over 250 pages of raw poetry from high school students all over the country. My old school uses that book in English Literature class as of 2000. Needless to say, it was at that exact moment I heard the wind whisper my name and I felt my passion for writing has gone far beyond a high school class collection book. I met my husband in 1995 (at age 15) and have been together ever since. Over 20 years to be exact, and I am only 35 years old. My love and our passion for each other continues to grow daily. Our cute love relationship turned into marriage at age 22, and just celebrated 13 years last week. Most of my work is a reflection on the honest love we share as a couple and as an individual. He moves me in ways I never thought could happen. I love him as deep as the deepest sea's flow, and the most beautiful part of this story is that I know he feels the same about me. Over the years we have been keeping our own special "Nick & Laura" journal. Whenever we feel like expressing our feelings we keep it in that journal. We've collected over 1,200 cards and love letters. I know one day my daughter will grow up and learn about "true love". She sees it everyday as we communicate and respect each other the way we do in everyday activities. Being together for 2o years has given us so many cherish able memories. With that, we have faced a ton of trials, loss, money hardship, and brokenness. When I write about him words alone can not be expressed and that is why I am constantly writing about him or us as one unit. We have lost 2 sisters, 4 grandparents, 5 cousins and 2 friends over the span of 20 years. But, one thing I have definitely learned is that I can turn a "lesson" into a "blessing. I have no choice but to keep moving forward and trust my faith in the Lord will carry me through, as He always has done. I am so humbled because I know where I came from, and where I am today. I enjoy reading all the poems you guys post. Most of my time is reading and commenting because I enjoy it so much. I am learning so much also. I have never really had proper "schooling" on writing poetry, but I am slowly learning. I hope my poems will convey my utmost passion for my life, loss and love. My inspiration comes from a deep core inside my heart, and from all you poets on Poetry Soup. So thank you very much for all your kind comments, my confidence is slowly peeking through. I am still a tiny bit insecure because I have never had anyone really read my poems except my family and my husband. It's so refreshing to see everyone's views and beliefs are encouraging and I am grateful I stumbled upon this amazing group of talented poets. Thank you for reading my poems and be blessed. :) -Laura