Lisa Marie Mottert
Biography of Lisa Marie Mottert
Writing poetry since the age of seven from her childhood home on the Jersey Shore, Lisa Marie Mottert, continues to write poetry, and her work is published on several writing sites.
Ms. Mottert proudly graduated from the prestigious Institute of Children's Literature in 2011. She studied Special Publishing.
Three of Ms. Mottert's poems are published in hardcover anthologies. One of her poems is published in the hardcover anthology, The Best Poems and Poets of 2005 by Watermark Press. She's in the process of writing and publishing a poetry book, and children's book.
Ms. Mottert resides with her loving husband Ken at their home in Virginia. She is in awe, and inspired by her entire family.
Lisa Marie Mottert Poems
Flowers In The Garden
Lifeless, thirsting for the raindrops of life Wilting from pain and strife- Teardrops flood, each root renewed Petals blossom, noble with truth
Fabric Of The Heart
Threads entwined to hold in place Beautiful material of the human race Blinders faded into the furious wind Gone are the days of way back then.
Wonder Of Life
We skip through the rainbow A mosaic of diverse hue- Visualizing a garden to sow Revitalizing and brand new
Dressed In Roses
Carefree, flourished with love Spritzed with gold from God above All different colors to choose A bouquet refreshed and renewed
Swimsuit, sandals, and sand between your toes Umbrellas flavoring the air with colorful flow Mementos of broken seashells and shaved aqua glass Memories of a gray stormy past-
Cascade Of Heart
Waterfall of my perpetual mind Stream of love is generously kind Rapid life sings a melody in abundance- Omitting havoc and empty reluctance.
Captain Of My Journey
Sailing through the sea of life Intense glory and painful strife Oars mustered a pathway for me Anchored down with supportive lee
Covered me with elegant charm Shielded from the winds of harm You had my back, I put you away- Hanger bending, garment disarrayed.
Fabric Of The Heart
Threads entwined to hold in place
Beautiful material of the human race
Blinders faded into the furious wind
Gone are the days of way back then.
Glistening gem of the heart
Buried in the fabric of life from the start
Glowing and growing everyday-
Garbage of prejudice, cast away.