Mary Havran

Rookie (1950 / Ohio)

Mary Havran Poems

1. Got Your Digits 11/6/2007
2. The River Raine 11/7/2007
3. Who Writes The Most Poems Wins? 11/7/2007
4. Pot 11/18/2007
5. No Defense 11/18/2007
6. Garden Of Choice 12/4/2007
7. Wordplay With Marshmallows 12/28/2007
8. Memories In Hand (To A New Year) 12/31/2007
9. Zpt #1 Birth Of A New Day 1/14/2008
10. Zpt #2 Hope 1/14/2008
11. Zpt #3 There Is More 1/14/2008
12. Zpt #4 More Than Summer 1/14/2008
13. Zpt #5 A Single Flower 1/15/2008
14. God Is Well 1/21/2008
15. Tears Have No Gears 1/31/2008
16. Zz Vapid Versus Viper 1/31/2008
17. Advice Of Elders (For What It’s Worth) 2/2/2008
18. Dream Work 2/4/2008
19. Zpt #5 A Single Flower (Repost) 2/4/2008
20. One, Two, Three Of Love 2/7/2008
21. It Matters Not To The Red Wheelbarrow 2/12/2008
22. Caught Up 2/15/2008
23. What Else Died With Bobby? (Memorial To A Dream) 2/18/2008
24. How Brave To Leave A 1 Instead Of Stating Your Case 2/18/2008
25. Private Mirrors 2/26/2008
26. Envy Exposed 2/27/2008
27. Godsends 3/4/2008
28. Suffer The Children 3/4/2008
29. Calling Out 3/6/2008
30. Everybody Must Get Stoned? 3/6/2008
31. . Surface Expressions 3/6/2008
32. Spring Flowers ~ Irises 3/16/2008
33. Top Ten Reasons I Would Make A Lousy Poetry Critic 3/18/2008
34. .thunderstorm Providence 3/18/2008
35. Haiku ~ Legend Of The Dogwood 3/19/2008
36. Gray Eggs And Ham Br (In Memory Of Tommy) 3/21/2008
37. . Color Scheme 4/5/2008
38. Wise Men Still Find Him 12/10/2007
39. Fire On The Ridge 10/23/2007
40. . Nit Picker Perjury 3/27/2008
Best Poem of Mary Havran

Spring Flowers ~ Tulips

Tulips shyly smiling, greet the spring
Tightly closed when at
First we meet
Tulips slowly opening, begin to sing
Gaining volume
Ever sweet

No longer shy, as days grow longer,
Raising their heads
They begin to flirt
Tulips dressed in many a color
Breezes swirling
Each floral skirt

Tulips, brazen painted hussies,
Part their bright lips trying to seduce
The busy buzzing bees
Far too bold for dainty tussies
Vibrant Tulip flowers produce
Visions certain to please

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We Is Us

We two
Each one too long a me
Met too late ever to
Think of being three

No loss
No less the tenderness
Of two
Will amply do for

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