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Poems By Poet Peter S. Quinn  10/23/2014 6:01:03 AM
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Dancing Waves

Dancing waves
Thru the endless time
Heart that craves
Each low and prime
Into deep silence
Thru love and song
As the waves dance
Times love will long

To the endless ways
That we all are
Colors and dim grays
In their lonely afar
The giving and taking
In billow’s flow
Of life’s eternal making
Fast and too slow

In yesterday’s answers
To an evening coming
Blue melancholy stirs
Thru stories summing
Their dreams of true
In the glow of music
When waves dance blue
In sunset of its magic
 
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  1250.     

Dark

The dark voices now sing
With wintry shadows outside
Bare branches trembling
In the garden that dried
Hold on to the dreams gone
Sometime they may return
From under black winged swan
That gave its somber yearn

Alone and drifting deep
My thoughts to sing away
Pleasures forgotten to keep
Nothing for long will stay
Remembering I thought lost
In a world of endless nightfall
Oblivion some crisscrossed
To make again its call

The dark voices now bring
A dark day cloudy sky
A mood of a moody swing
In each my thought I defy
No warmth outside the lawn
Further it makes its stern
Into my own I am drawn
Scenic dreams - my nocturne
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1251.     

Dark Advantages (From, Rock Star)

I need your love and dreams too
Before the sky clears again
You are like dawn to renew
With all its glow-ray artillerymen

The dark advantages for a while
Until the sun rises back in
I'll go with the lonesome dark mile
If you will relate and be akin

I'm standing dejected without you
Where shadows are so lonely
Emptiness of the deep and the hue
Now caresses my heart only

I need your love and dreams too
Before the sky clears again
You are like dawn to renew
With all its glow ray artillerymen

The dark advantages
Oh I am totally lost without you
Totally
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1252.     

Dark Blue (From, Poet on WWW)

Dark blue and red bleed,
The sky of the twilight hour;
So much indifference and agreed,
Sweet ways and sour.
There were times we regretted,
Such a long journey and year;
Yesterdays - even absentminded,
And silly jokes to bear.

Then came dawn and new day,
Charging high through night fires;
Turning and running away,
With our forgotten desires.
All this time is now up burning,
Stop it shall not, hence it will steer;
Like threads to the reason learning,
Nothing forever to adhere.

The end we preferred to travel,
Perhaps alone and even forgotten;
And look at our own to marvel,
Inside hidden or store-boughten.
Times will keep coming - going,
Like the ships to the shore reach;
Everything to distance's growing,
Summers to our memories - each!
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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