Vintage poetry stands the test of time; collections and anthologies of classic poems and enduring verses from eras past.
Never ever waste water Grow more of millet Don't even waste a droplet Always do something better Don't cry for your blood
In the Shadow of Our Shared Sunrise
Isn't it surreal to think that somewhere in the infinite forests covering the nooks and crannies of the world, a tree sprouted on the same day you were born, on that exact moment perhaps,
String your garlands Buy your poinsettias Hang your stockings with care Check your lights Set out the Nativity Find the Elf
Why do you really care? When they stop and stare If they spout their vile thoughts Don't get your feelings in knots Ignore. breathe, and forget
Arid: The Crypteia’s Aftermath
Engulfed in the desert's parched silence I was nothing but another grain of sand in the wind We knew how it would begin But didn’t foresee the end
Backward, upside down banjos flicking notes at the clouds, the old and young alike, enter in rounds. Musicians stomping on a hearty stage,
Mixed Feeling Mixed Feelings mixing my living I am still in the dreams of you not knowing what to do stuck in the cobwebs too
The Silk Web
A delicate mirage of transparent silk withered in the breeze. Weather worn wholes tore the artwork hung amongst the trees.
DOGS OF WAR LOOSENED
DOGS OF WAR LOOSENED: Our Dream Team didst today loose Dogs of War Our mighty foe the Immortals now be truly sore A joint assault with Renegades DT didst carry out
I’m thinking of you, September blue.. Beauty and death make a trade For a moment of eternal youth, Young love But adulthood pounds at the door and overflows around me
Two Poems by Chinese Women Poets
1. Farewell to 'Lee'– Nye She (Period: 11th century) Green coral fades Flowers also wither because, you You are leaving this city of fire.
A Parent's Heartbreak 2
Today The nurse Removed your Ventilator and catheter tubes You were able to sit And eat breakfast while speaking Coherently. Now the doctors