Biography of Susan Sybenga
Misfit, malcontent and late-bloomer. These are words frequently used to describe Susan. She only recently discovered a love of writing. Although her poetry goes back several decades, she has recently begun writing screenplays and making short films.
She lives with her husband and two grand-nieces, two dogs and one insane cat, in the place of her birth. She hopes to travel the world, especially India and meet many new and interesting people.
Susan Sybenga Poems
There You Are
There you are! My soul speaks and my heart listens. I saw your face and my soul saw yours.
If I Could
If I could touch your face, And kiss your lips. If your heart was a place, Into which I could slip.
The thrill of seeing you every day The sight of your beautiful eyes The sound of your resonant voice I cannot live without
I Love But Mustn'T
The feelings arise in my heart against my will What do I do with them? Should I let spill?
All I Know
I am confused. Don’t know what to do. My life is empty. I cannot grieve anymore. I have no purpose in life.
I’m a captive of your lips, A slave to your eyes. I cannot escape, No matter how I try.
Tracks Of Love
The tracks of love run down my face The sign of joys unbound The tears of love, they run unchecked To know that you are found
There You Are
There you are!
My soul speaks and my heart listens.
I saw your face and my soul saw yours.
Where were you?
I rejoice in your presence.
A stranger you remain, but my soul knows you.
Beyond all reason, I love you and I am lost.