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Poems By Poet Peter S. Quinn  7/30/2014 2:11:51 PM
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Poem of Originality

Now times are still to share
Like a nest is full of life
Each road that leads to here
In fate and a little strife
In a wide and open road
That goes to your own way
The pleasure lives and load
Your moment's that won't stay

Our heart before what's done
Of love and stories liked
Each morning that has shone
And into the causes diked
Given of its seeds and taste
Garland that we have found
And never be given to waste
Till each were safe and sound

Times with nestlings young
Those yet have wings to grow
For the futures they do long
And of them here now show
Each line we will offer here
Into this never ending vast
And with the likes to share
To be together in here at last

(*Peter, is now enjoying taking photographs, having it easy and traveling…; [now, in a high altitude…])
Peter S. Quinn



Sonnet 134, Poems of Summer...

Poems of summer are like butterflies,
On colorful wings they faraway go,
Into the forest where flowers seed grow
And a gust from the wind falls down and dies.
The earth with green meadows and clear blue skies:
Your poems of colors now overflow.
This is your season, and this is your show,
With a climax of blooming set for July's.
Poems of winter are likewise of pleasure,
When glistening snowflakes cover the ground,
After autumn symphony of falling leaves.
Each seasonal coming is of earth's treasure,
Colorful flowering or snow all around:
Seasonal poems, what man there perceives.
Peter S. Quinn



Winter Sun

The winter sun΄s now shining
Giving a bright new day
Silver glowing threads lining
On each dark corner΄s way
Summer is now long on past
With blossoms shades bright
Its many bouquets contrast
Have now fallen to night

I remember autumn dance
With its bronze marble leaves
Images in tincture trance
Hours lost in retrieves
Enchanted fancy of beauty
With fragrances in air
Morning minutes carefree
Far away from despair

Now is time for darkish dim
In glimmering star glow
Bare twig of every limb
Mornings in winter snow
Inclement blowing and chill
Thoughts of days in the dark
Coming wishes to fulfill
With holidays joy spark
Peter S. Quinn



2 winter haikus

the path lies frozen
in to the blackish forest
- no one walks there now


autumn songs are gone
migratory birds have flown
- with few barren leaves
Peter S. Quinn
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