Rhonda Baker


Rhonda Baker Poems

1. Destiny 7/19/2008
2. The Park 7/19/2008
3. The Path 7/19/2008
4. My New Day 7/19/2008
5. Mother 7/19/2008
6. May 7/19/2008
7. Father 7/19/2008
8. Dad 7/19/2008
9. White 7/19/2008
10. Backyard 7/19/2008
11. Cassie 7/19/2008
12. The Fourth 7/19/2008
13. Summer 7/19/2008
14. Taxi Cab Yellow, Chartreuse, And Dark Blue 7/19/2008
15. The Winds Of Change 7/24/2008
16. Elk Rapids 8/26/2008
17. Fire Worshiper 9/10/2008
18. Walk With Me 9/10/2008
19. To Touch The Earth 9/26/2008
20. October 9/29/2008
21. Eagles Rainbow 10/10/2008
22. The Old Green Pine 10/10/2008
23. Green 10/10/2008
24. Blue 10/10/2008
25. Red 10/10/2008
26. Luna 10/10/2008
27. Autumn Painter 10/11/2008
28. Not Today 8/6/2008
29. Black Star 8/26/2008
30. November 2 2008 11/3/2008
31. Autumn Days 11/3/2008
32. November 16th 11/16/2008
33. Thanks 11/16/2008
34. Snowflakes 11/20/2008
35. I Wonder What You See? 11/29/2008
36. The Flute 12/8/2008
37. The Sounds Of Christmas 12/8/2008
38. October Night 10/12/2008
39. 2009 1/5/2009
40. January-Is Cold! 1/13/2009
Best Poem of Rhonda Baker

August Sun

The birth of August is upon us, as the fair haired sun rises in the sky
With songs of the cicada unwinding, the sand hill Cranes sail by
The heat is hovering all around us, we feel heavy in it's grip
To break free from it's bonds, from it's clutches we must rip
Shade gives little relief, to this melting, bending soul
A river full of water, is not enough to quench this foe
Only darkness breaks the curse, that the day could not hide
Relief is but short...and that too must subside
For August is just arriving, her journey's just begun
It's only just beginning; her moment...

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A July Night

Walking on the beach's cold wet sand
Holding on to your lover hand in hand
The breeze brings ripples to the waters edge
The sun is going down, over the Earth's ledge
The stars emerge, like diamonds, on a velvet sky
As another July night just slips on by
The fireflies twinkle with their little light
As a bright crescent Moon lights up the night

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