I started with the word “Daffodils” – leading to the first poem, and then each poem leads to the next one. Daffodils, oh daffodils, Daffodils, oh daffodils,Golden trumpets in the field,Your vibrant hues the heart stills,Your beauty so immense revealed. In early spring, you make your way,From sleepy earth to greet the sun,Your blooms bring … Read more
The Grass is Greener is the first of a number of connected poems. The Grass is Greener The grass is greenerOn the other side of the fenceWe all want what we don’t haveAnd that’s why we’re never contentWe see what others haveAnd we want it for ourselvesBut we never stop to thinkThat maybe, just maybeOur … Read more
Who wrote poems about kittens?speculateIt must have been a gentle soulThe writer must have felt something specialFor in their poems they would extolThe kitten’s virtues, their innocence and charmFor the kitten is a creature of great beautyIn the eyes of the writer, they seem to seepotential in these little creaturesAnd this is what touches our … Read more
Why do people start writing poems when they are in love?
Is it to pour their hearts out and find a way to say what words cannot convey…
Poems about love and friendship
always make me feel so warm
inside, like I’m lying in the sun.
There are poems about life’s journey
and poems about what it means
to each of us, as we travel along
our paths in life.
Do Poems Have To Rhyme? Here this age-old question is answered in verse, which may or may not rhyme.
Spiritual poems are about the connection we have to something larger than ourselves.
They are about our faith and hope in something that we can’t see.