Monthly Archives: February 2016

No Light Shines Beneath the Door

No Light Shines Beneath the Door By PoeticMeditations No light shines beneath the door Behind, my love, once did sleep. No sound of footsteps on the floor The empty silence long and deep. Her voice no longer do I hear; … Continue reading

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Paupertas Poetica

Paupertas Poetica By PoeticMeditations Neither a single sheaf on which to write, Nor a drop of ink in bottle left, No candle wick by which to work at night, Of these things, the poet may be bereft. With only a … Continue reading

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The Poet Wedded to His Muse?

THE POET WEDDED TO HIS MUSE ? By PoeticMeditations The poet married to his Muse? Preposterous! As some may think. Familiarity breeds contempt as well as much abuse. To compose a poem about it is merely a waste of ink. … Continue reading

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When Touched by Time’s Unrelenting Hand

WHEN TOUCHED BY TIME’S UNRELENTING HAND By PoeticMeditations When touched by Time’s unrelenting hand, Luxuriant tresses now begin To fade to gray as if by command; The flame of passion grows weak and dim. When earthly cares have plowed deep … Continue reading

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A Pauper’s Soul

A PAUPER’S SOUL By PoeticMeditations A pen without a drop of ink, No thoughts profound, precise, succinct; No sheaf of paper to be found; No music, just discordant sound. No time to watch the sun arise, No time a rhyme … Continue reading

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