Theresa Ann Moore

Rookie - 0 Points (1940 / Michigan, U.S.A.)

Theresa Ann Moore Poems

1. Scentless 3/4/2007
2. How Cold Is It? 3/4/2007
3. The Sagging Door 3/6/2007
4. Sally The Acrobat 3/12/2007
5. Poetry 3/15/2007
6. Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam 3/17/2007
7. On The Run 3/18/2007
8. Is It A Child's Dream? 3/22/2007
9. Unshackled Love 3/22/2007
10. Grandmother 3/20/2007
11. Wrong To Right 3/24/2007
12. Good Friends And Poetry 3/25/2007
13. I Have A Life, Thank You 3/26/2007
14. The Links Of A Chain 3/30/2007
15. Become A Tree… 3/31/2007
16. Lightening Storm 4/1/2007
17. Tiffany Lamps 4/1/2007
18. Rumors 4/1/2007
19. Ideas 4/3/2007
20. Wild Flowers 4/4/2007
21. What Were You Looking For? 4/6/2007
22. Freedom Of Speech 4/10/2007
23. Nicknames 4/11/2007
24. Romantic Rhyme Master 4/11/2007
25. Is It Your Obligation? 4/12/2007
26. When I Grow Up… 4/13/2007
27. What Is Your Reaction? 4/18/2007
28. Scammers 4/14/2007
29. Sweet Rhonda Wright 4/18/2007
30. Lost Thoughts 5/3/2007
31. More Or Less? 5/4/2007
32. Reevaluation 4/23/2007
33. An Unopened Letter 5/7/2007
34. Caring 5/9/2007
35. May 5/9/2007
36. Bonus Grandson 5/12/2007
37. Mother’s Day… 5/13/2007
38. Enticing 5/14/2007
39. Appreciation 5/15/2007
40. Red Songbird 5/16/2007
Best Poem of Theresa Ann Moore

A Blossoming Rose

Feeling full of immeasurable dreams
Desiring to burst forth with unfolding hues
Opening with the natural ease of a sigh
Blessed with a spattering of morning dew

Petals instinctively absorb rays of warmth
Releasing a heavenly fragrance so freely
Intoxicating all who inhale as they pass by
Holding a matchless moment… demurely

Admiring eyes drink in your amazing beauty
As a stride slows and comes to a standstill
Your charm prevents time from going forward
Attaching to a heart that is lastingly fulfilled

4/14/08

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No Farewells

I have to admire the optimistic view you had
You refuse to dwell on the news that was bad
Life was for living fully and not sadly lamenting
Looking death in the eye you were not consenting

You had too many things to do, and could not sit idly
Your bountiful green garden made you beam widely
White lilies were blooming; you inhaled the lovely smell
Your days were very busy; there is no time to say farewell

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