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Poems By Poet Peter S. Quinn  8/4/2015 4:58:24 PM
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  1241.     

Adoration Of The Earth

'Adoration of the earth'
coming through at spring's birth,
flowers so bright
colors and light,
- all what the summer is worth!

Then summer started to come
with a small winsome blossom,
of color blue
innocent new,
- O who knows where it is from?

Refrain:
Blow blow western breeze,
hope new born and alive!
Give green growth to wild trees,
so blossoms leaves may arrive.

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Merry-go-round blooming time
in jφrth's colors and sky's rime,
a poem's birth
from life in earth,
- where the water fresh shall prime!

The white raven is winging
in peaceful harmony singing:
O what have we found
that not goes around,
- and joy to new eyes is bringing!
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1242.     

Affairs Into Winter Textile Dressed

Under no sign my heart stood there now still
It is the season when dark to day's here
And sends its breath to flowers everywhere
So tinctures bleach and petals become frill
Of the night - to each day it must instill
More dark with the shadows surrounding near
And the premier desire away will steer
From the blossoms of pinks and daffodil

The radiance moments are now laid to rest
Into stillness of the added hours dark
Endeavor of bitter to rise in its line
Affairs we had into winter textile dressed
Love songs to memories instances hark
Till there is again summer in its sunshine
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1243.     

After Rain

After rain comes sunshine
Everything is like this

Feelings low feelings fine
From their mood and its bliss

Tears away to the heart
Remorse feelings from inside

So much more from its start
Thru contrasting to glide

Every dropp of the rain
Showing moods of its own

Glisten glow or the pain
From the seeds time’s grown

Low and high to the sky
Or every ocean to fill

Every coming and goodbye
In the age of its distill

All your tears and mine
Every moment that we give

Like rainclouds or sunshine
In the way of lives to live

Bring a heart to its awake
Though the clouds are above

Everything for its own sake
Dry your sorrow - bring in love!
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1244.     

Afternoon Dreams

Afternoon dreams
They are coming and going
Oblivion river streams
To forget-me flowing
Maybe it’s all a dream
That we really know
So much in between seem
Like a morning glow

Dreams that can‘t follow
Where we are leaving
All so much hollow
In all their deceiving
Yesterdays won’t be back
They are all gone
Onto their lost sidewalk
That carried them on

Love songs of life
Daydreams of yarning
On and on to strife
In their ways of learning
Nothing is everlasting
In the days that come
Always again recasting
In their instance poem
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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