My final poem for National Poetry Month, this last day of April. And Proud Of It A Woman I am not ashamed of who I am. Not ashamed of my gender. It does not define me, confine me it sets me free. I just… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 30: And Proud Of It”
My penultimate poem for Day 29 of National Poetry Month. Stone Maidens in a Row Those little stone maidens all in a row, come see them hither, along the wall with downcast eyes, hands folded all Those little stone maidens all in… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 29: Stone Maidens in a Row”
Some universal musings today, for Day 28 of National Poetry Month. Transitions Shift position Across luminosity stars Shift position Great transitory ambition Set down in galactic memoirs galloping past Venus and Mars Shift position © A. F. Stewart 2016 All Rights Reserved… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 28: Transitions”
My poem for Day 27 of National Poetry Month. Blind to the Bridge Bask in the dawn in her warm, bountiful kiss, as the sirens ever beckon you Come blind to the bridge where you fall Savour the splendid beauty of… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 27: Blind to the Bridge”
Today we wander into the land of shadows, on this Day 26 of National Poetry Month. Ever More Tap, tap, come the raven, no, it is not him He flies far above the path as the light grows ever dim Flee, flee,… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 26: Ever More”
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