Fay Slimm

Rookie - 20 Points (Ageless. / in Cornwall U.K.)

Fay Slimm Poems

41. A Tuckingmill Bird 4/10/2009
42. A Wasted Love? 11/12/2008
43. A Watery Secret. 1/1/2009
44. A Welcome Relief. 1/3/2009
45. A Whisper Away. 8/25/2009
46. A Wild Thing. 11/15/2008
47. A Winter Wedding. 12/11/2008
48. A Wintery Word. 1/9/2010
49. A Woman's Work. 11/11/2008
50. A World Entombed. 4/7/2009
51. About The Lizard. 6/17/2009
52. After A Time. 11/3/2009
53. After Eternity. 12/27/2009
54. Ageless Am I. 10/18/2008
55. Ageless Aurora. 4/8/2009
56. Ageless Invitation! 11/11/2008
57. All Around Us. 1/5/2009
58. All But Love. 12/29/2009
59. Along These Lines. 6/13/2009
60. An Ambiguous Haiku 11/28/2008
61. An Astral Kiss. 1/31/2009
62. An Easy Love 5/11/2009
63. An Invitation. 3/17/2009
64. An Uncluttered Love. 3/19/2009
65. An Unfed Love. 8/17/2008
66. An Unfolding Heart. 12/13/2008
67. And What Of Passion? 6/28/2009
68. Angels Are Forever 7/12/2009
69. Angry Words Hurt. 8/29/2008
70. Another Bloody Day. 12/2/2008
71. Aphrodisiacs' Demise. 1/7/2009
72. Appeal To Love. 10/7/2008
73. April Washed. 4/4/2009
74. April's Away. 4/28/2009
75. Are We Listening? 8/25/2008
76. Atonement. 10/9/2009
77. Autumn Broke Today. 9/16/2009
78. Autumn Comes Running 9/4/2008
79. Avoiding Unravelled Love. 12/5/2008
80. Awaiting Her Valentine. 2/8/2009
Best Poem of Fay Slimm

A Pure Love.

As the snowdropp sea of glistening white
Envelopes and amazes me, I, standing
Here in a woodland clearing think of mighty
Love. This waving scene of purity hangs
It's every head of gleam shyly downward
In a modest pose, but lift each face and
Look at love so pure it takes us forward
In accepting states of grace that random
Fate never planned, but rather Godly love
Created. They glow with light, and scented
Subtly, are as fresh as dawn. Just above
This ocean of delight hangs, relentless,
January sky which now threatens rain.
Pure love is snowdropp white ...

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Spring Fever.

Sing SPRING, and feel the thrust of newborn thing.
Spring-warmed sun arouses earth,
Then blazons dormant trees to work.
Roots awake, and crawling, shyly nudge and shake each branch.
Soil breaks next, with rank on lush green rank of shoot.
And buds unfurl.
Colours zing, as blossoming life begins again
To sting old winters indolent sleep. Breathe this resurrection theme.
Sink this bursting spring-like dream deep to feed on all year through.

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