L C Vieira

Rookie (Lisbon, Portugal)

L C Vieira Poems

1. The Day Before South Africa 3/15/2012
2. The Flood Is You 3/15/2012
3. Magic Scarves 3/15/2012
4. Magic Words 3/15/2012
5. Shore Of A Lifetime 3/15/2012
6. Balancing 3/15/2012
7. Hibiscus With Kisses 3/15/2012
8. Woman's Stew 3/15/2012
9. One 3/15/2012
10. Three Thirty Nine A.M. 3/15/2012
11. Phantom 3/15/2012
12. I Tried 3/15/2012
13. Vampire 3/15/2012
14. Dark Creature 3/15/2012
15. Scattered Bits 3/15/2012
16. Unhinged 3/15/2012
17. Slave To You 3/15/2012
18. Unexpected Distraction 3/15/2012
19. Internet Ghosts 3/15/2012
20. Just Outside My Reach 3/15/2012
21. Cutting Bones 3/15/2012
22. You Took A Slice 3/15/2012
23. No Backup Plan 3/15/2012
24. Exposed 3/15/2012
25. If Men Could Think Like Women 3/15/2012
26. Nothing At All 3/15/2012
27. The Next Day 3/15/2012
28. Something More 3/15/2012
29. Grateful (Pa-Thump) 3/15/2012
30. Shadow 3/15/2012
31. White And Red Lament 3/15/2012
32. My Leg Around Yours 3/15/2012
33. Perfect Timing 3/15/2012
34. Sailor Cook 3/15/2012
35. The River 3/15/2012
36. Blooming Hills 3/15/2012
37. I Am The Train To Allanwater 3/15/2012
38. How Old Is The Bear Scat? 3/15/2012
39. Sleep With Me Lake 3/15/2012
40. Lake Muskoka 3/15/2012
Best Poem of L C Vieira

Letters

What happened to the art of writing
long letters to a friend,
a lover waiting anxiously,
a beginning and an end?

Emails miss the middle bits
and all the extras, too,
but letters can be rich with words
of details through and through.

I know of some whose only kiss,
flowed from heart to pen,
on scented sheets of pale paper,
read again and again.

These letters safely tucked away
in secret backs of drawers,
are memories rich for years to come,
a journal of one’s stories.

So, if I write too much today,
forgive me if you ...

Read the full of Letters

One

He reaches above the green of summer
to new life in the wind
and blows with each breath from his lips
to Her
She spreads her arms across a valley
where youthful dreams rise to meet her
in each treasured breeze
to Him
There on the heights in sun and rain

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