Daniel Artemas Harmon

Rookie (May 10,1965 / Berkeley, Ca.)

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And there is a swirl as of smoke, within it flame,
and a weak voice says, 'where are the dreams thou
hadest? If they die, love dieth and there is nothing.
Dream again, o little ones, to become great.' more »

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  • Rookie Anna Economides (6/23/2013 11:52:00 AM)

    such talent querido
    please write a new poem

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Best Poem of Daniel Artemas Harmon

Springtime Love

Cold winds of winter have blown far away
springtime is our time
and love is today.
Kisses and blossoms
and sweet birds of may
they're to remember
when spring slips away

Springtime is ourtime
when mating birds sing
our time is love time
and love time is spring

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