kendall thomas


kendall thomas Poems

1. The Rain Is Falling 10/25/2006
2. The Painting 10/25/2006
3. The Mountain Climber 10/25/2006
4. The Crow 10/25/2006
5. The Prodigy 10/25/2006
6. Whisperings 10/25/2006
7. Pagan Thoughts 10/25/2006
8. Twilight 10/25/2006
9. The Dead Gull 10/25/2006
10. The Pond 10/25/2006
11. The Magic Show 10/25/2006
12. Unanswered Prayers 10/25/2006
13. Samuel Peffers 10/25/2006
14. Blessed Now Are Those Who Were Then So Young 10/25/2006
15. The Sea 10/25/2006
16. To The Egotist 10/25/2006
17. A Spider's Web 10/25/2006
18. War Is A Holy Thing 10/25/2006
19. Apocalypse Of Memory 10/25/2006
20. The Mourning Doves 10/25/2006
21. The Collection 10/25/2006
22. The Mole 10/25/2006
23. The Passing 10/25/2006
24. The Turd 10/25/2006
25. Hills Of Beauty 10/25/2006
26. Rimbeau's Promise 10/25/2006
27. A Scene 10/25/2006
28. The Rose 10/25/2006
29. Yesterday's Memories 10/25/2006
30. Billy The Kid Rode Out 10/25/2006
31. Angel Wings 10/25/2006
32. The Colossus 10/25/2006
33. At The Water's Edge 11/5/2006
34. A Funeral 10/27/2006
35. The Lilies 11/19/2006
36. The Painted Porcelain Whore 11/23/2006
37. When I Was Young 11/24/2006
38. Password 12/3/2006
39. The Red Rose 12/17/2006
40. The Lark 1/4/2007
Best Poem of kendall thomas

Spring Blessings

Rivers wind unnoticed
through the brown hills
and budding trees,
where dark, little birds
pierce the blue sky.

I drift in vague symmetry
lying somewhere on the grass,
among the wild onion sprouts,
and watch the
cherry blossoms fall
like tardy flakes of winter snow.

I want to hug the earth
and kiss the sky;
but one is too big,
the other too high.

The billowing clouds
drift stately by,
as imperious as spirit barks
of long-dead pharaohs
and their queens;
and I dream of Cleopatra
and beautiful Nefertiti...

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The Painting

she spent her life kneading dough
but her heart billowed like a sail as
her eyes followed the gilt-framed eagle
over the windy crest
her stew was praised by all
her blueberry muffins
'mouthwatering'
when she died
they put on her stone

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