Stephanie Eve Kane Arado

Rookie (9/22/69 / Wyoming)

Stephanie Eve Kane Arado Poems

1. Soggy Blues Festing 1/10/2011
2. Why I Love The Wave Pool 1/10/2011
3. My Second Cup Of Coffee 1/10/2011
4. The Truth About The Sock Monster Sonnet #48 1/10/2011
5. You Want Me To Move My Vanity 1/10/2011
6. For Love Of Morning 1/10/2011
7. Loverboy 1/10/2011
8. Make Time For Art 1/10/2011
9. The Power Of Plastic 1/10/2011
10. Winds Bend The Brown Green Grass Of Fall 1/10/2011
11. A Thin Shell Moon 1/10/2011
12. Grandma’s Back Porch 1/10/2011
13. Standing Next To Me 1/11/2011
14. Observations Of An American Crisis After Katrina – Sonnet #26 1/12/2011
15. Heart Of The Vagabond Sonnet - #39 1/12/2011
16. G W E N D O L Y N 1/12/2011
17. The Magic Alcove (Child Care Center) 1/12/2011
18. Circus Menagerie - Sonnet #6 1/12/2011
19. The Zen Of Ice Cream 1/12/2011
20. The Madness Of Crowds – Sonnet #4 1/12/2011
21. Summer Festivals In Low-Income Towns – Sonnet #5 1/12/2011
22. Lilies Drinking Sunset And Dawn 1/12/2011
23. Chocolate Heart Box Love 1/12/2011
24. No More Knick Knacks - Sonnet 24 1/12/2011
25. The Dynamics Of Building – Observations In A Sand Box 1/12/2011
26. Destination Snow –sonnet #52 1/12/2011
27. A Gray, Furry Intruder Invaded My House 1/12/2011
28. Spontaneous Road Tripping Sonnet #12 1/12/2011
29. Why Can’t We Just Pretend – Sonnet #17 1/12/2011
30. Christmas Dreams 1/12/2011
31. A Cyberspace Love Sonnet 1/12/2011
32. Crystal Clear Blue - Sonnet #13 1/12/2011
33. Exotic Stripes – Sonnet #15 1/12/2011
34. Wasabi Mistake Sonnet #18 1/12/2011
35. American Dream Scene 1/12/2011
36. Cat Nabbed Sonnet #27 1/12/2011
37. Where Sea Monsters Thrash – Sonnet #50 1/12/2011
38. Webs Around Ceiling Fans Sonnet #49 1/12/2011
39. Once I Wore Rhinestones On New Years Eve Sonnet #46 1/12/2011
40. Fairest Rose Queen – Sonnet #35 1/12/2011
Best Poem of Stephanie Eve Kane Arado

Trucks

Once you and I were young
Played in sand
Gains clogged and jammed
Big plastic wheels
Rolling over man-made hills
Carved out tunnels and moats
After rain laid buried for days
Wet dense sand
Could only view from the window
The collapse of sandcastle land

Red, green, black, blue
Sometimes I think I see you
Behind the wheel of a truck
Passing them on the road
Mysterious tinted windows
Shield drivers riding high
Wonder if any
Think of the memory
Of endless hours under lapis skies
where children play and trucks still rise

Read the full of Trucks

My Second Cup Of Coffee

Breathe deep the thick aroma
Flowing grasping leading me back to you
Ancient Goddess hair black and flowing
Like Columbian rivers in a lush green range
Where stooping figures harvest
Your earthy nectar
Cream and green accent with flair
The scent brings me to a jungle
Waterfalls flowing in a thick paradise

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