Tag Archives: My poem

With the Tide and the Sunset

I cannot be awake for nothing looks to me as it did before, Or else, I am awake for the first time, And all before has been a mean sleep. –Walt Whitman There are those who fight against the light … Continue reading

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There’s something about the scent of autumn leaves…

         It’s upon us …      leaves changing hearts changing lives changing for good changing for a change ?     The Castle Lady

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Boys of Summer

It fled away   my heart stood still on that October day and then took flight another way so that breathing became almost too much to bear. You said too much and then too little I heard you say bye … Continue reading

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Wild Horses and Two Golden Moons

a poem by Evelyn M. Wallace (dedicated to my mother Mary Jane) It started in the firelight of dusk in the second segment of June when the night fled away and glowed that strange warm golden hue phantasmagoric in maturity … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Summer

                               It’s hard to say goodbye to summer   the water on the rocks beats on in rhythm to a low lying wind                                             that caresses our skin and fills our hair  with memories of an earlier rhyme   when our hearts … Continue reading

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