Writing poetry is passion, like breathing. If my writing touches but one life and gives it hope, then I have done my purpose in writing. I like poems that rhyme, have rhythm, and meaning, or poems that tell a story. At present, I am into the study of Asian forms of poetry such as the Naani (Indian Telugu form) and the Japanese poetry forms Haiku and Tanka. I like writing the Ninette, Pleiades, Octelle, Kyrielle, and Cinquian, Couplet, and the Septolet.
I've loved reading poetry since I was a child and some kids thought I was weird but I enjoyed it. I tried to write poems as early as age 8, some were published by the nuns in our school paper. One thing I found out, I ... more »
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- CHRISTMAS, MUST YOU FORGET IT?
- THIRST QUENCHING RAIN
- WHEN I START TO PRAY
- WHEN WAR IS NECESSARY
- LIVING IS A DARING FEAT
- THEY WOULD NOT LISTEN
- LEAVE THAT SLAVE SHIP
- A MATTER OF FOCUS
- Real Living (Roundabout Poetry)
- Louder Than Words (Roundabout Poetry)
- Mistakes Are Part Of The Process
- THESE PERILOUS DAYS
- THIS ART OF POETRY WRITING
- The Eyes Are Windows
- A Baby's Laughter
- A Heart That Worships
- Boundless Love
- A Lonely Man
- Clay Story (10 Syllables Per Line Poem)
- Yes I Am A Christian, Does That Bother Y...
- Lost Generation, Dead Nation
- A Father's Tears (Free Verse)
- A Father's Legacy
- I Must Have Swallowed the Key
- Goodbye Davy Jones
- At One Time We Were Here
- What Will We Leave Behind?
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