Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 149 Points [Daleen EnslinStrydom] (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Daleen Enslinstrydom Poems

1. Twilight 1/23/2013
2. I Have Told You Many Stories 1/23/2013
3. Where The Butcher-Bird Observes Everything 1/25/2013
4. I Wonder What Did Happen To Us 1/28/2013
5. My Heart Only Beats For You 1/28/2013
6. Scarlet Woman 1/30/2013
7. Betrayed By Love 1/31/2013
8. The Prodigal Son 2/1/2013
9. Predators On The Hunt 2/4/2013
10. White Painted Houses 2/6/2013
11. Bush Veldt Nights 2/8/2013
12. Green Wheat Fields 2/11/2013
13. I Do Depend Upon Your Love 2/12/2013
14. Radiant Like A Bride 2/14/2013
15. Everyone Wants To Belong 2/15/2013
16. The Can-Can Of The Sea 2/17/2013
17. Winds Of Change 2/19/2013
18. Alone 2/21/2013
19. My Darling 2/25/2013
20. The Sun 2/26/2013
21. I Pledge Allegiance To Your Soul [1] 2/27/2013
22. I Pledge Allegiance To Your Soul 2/27/2013
23. As The Sun Sets Over The Heated Planes Of The Savannah 3/1/2013
24. The Whirlpool Of Life 3/4/2013
25. With Begging Hands 3/5/2013
26. I Did Not Even Know Your Name 3/5/2013
27. On The Ghostly Road 3/7/2013
28. Cursed 3/18/2013
29. Cursed [1] 3/18/2013
30. Arabic Nights 3/19/2013
31. Arabic Nights [1] 3/19/2013
32. The Autumn Blanket 3/20/2013
33. Just A Dreamer 3/22/2013
34. Mother's Pee-Pot 3/25/2013
35. A Stormy Winter Night 3/26/2013
36. In A House That Mourns 3/27/2013
37. Eli Eli Lama Sabagtani 3/28/2013
38. The Broken Temple 4/2/2013
39. The Broken Temple [1] 4/2/2013
40. What Does It Avail Me? 4/3/2013
Best Poem of Daleen Enslinstrydom

Under The Shade Of The Big Old Oak Tree

Under the shade of the old oak tree Jafta sit
and his mind wanders back as he reflects on his life
while the sun sets in the west.
He is overcome with sorrow to braking point,
he knows his time is running out and that the sun
of his own life is also setting
and that there is no return.

Life was so much easier
when he was stile younger,
yesterday is gone
and it will never return.

His eyes are weary and he looks downhearted,
he does not even see his beloved grassland
and does wonder why life does have to hurt so much?
He gazes into ...

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Scarlet Woman

Caught in the act she fears them,
hears their voices
as they drag her like an animal to the slaughterhouse
while her prosecutors pulls her by the hair
to the pebbled courtyard
where she stumbles and she is naked
and she knows that she is guilty
while her heart pounds anxiously in her chest,
uneasily she grasps for air.

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