Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 61 Points [Daleen EnslinStrydom] (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Daleen Enslinstrydom Poems

41. Bread And Meat For Breakfast 6/24/2013
42. Broken Clay Vessels 6/4/2013
43. Bush Veldt Nights 2/8/2013
44. Casanova 6/19/2013
45. Chocolates 7/11/2013
46. Cold Water And Warm Love 4/10/2013
47. Crépe Yearnings 10/24/2013
48. Cursed 3/18/2013
49. Cursed [1] 3/18/2013
50. Dandelions 9/30/2013
51. Did They Know Who He Was? 5/14/2013
52. Difficult To Fall Asleep 4/19/2013
53. Difficult To Understand 6/14/2013
54. Dorothy Just Wanted To Learn 10/25/2013
55. Dreams 5/24/2013
56. Dreams Do Come True 2/20/2013
57. Eli Eli Lama Sabagtani 3/28/2013
58. Entanglement 6/18/2013
59. Every Good Thing Comes To An End 5/16/2013
60. Everyone Wants To Belong 2/15/2013
61. Eyes Do Not Lie 1/30/2014
62. Far Beyond This Night 2/16/2015
63. Far Beyond This Night [1] 3/19/2015
64. Female Spider 6/4/2013
65. Fishing 4/17/2013
66. Florence Nightingale Of The Kitchen 4/12/2013
67. Forgiving And Forgetting 10/10/2013
68. Garage Sale Treasures 5/29/2013
69. God Painted The World 5/17/2013
70. God’s Handiwork 1/15/2014
71. Going Home Just To See How Freedom Looks Like 4/18/2013
72. Going To Canaan 5/14/2014
73. Goodbye To My Friend 10/2/2013
74. Grandmother’s Gallery 7/12/2013
75. Green Wheat Fields 2/11/2013
76. Growing Up 8/26/2013
77. Growing Up [1] 8/26/2013
78. Hand In Hand 1/5/2014
79. Happiness Is A New Tomorrow 8/27/2013
80. Happy Birthday To The Best Mom In The World 9/12/2013
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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Twilight

When twilight falls
and shadows stretch like days without end
there is a place in the garden
where I come to rest

while the sun colours the sky
from blue to dove-grey,
the day draws to an end
and the sun changes to a glistening ball

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