Thomas Donnelly Poems
- The Island The island stands alone in virgin silence Its ...
- Never Found, But Made Bold men sought it out, upturning the...
- Memory Tanka 01 - Hidden Hidden amongst leaves A shy blossom...
- Paragon She takes the dark Turns it into light And my wound...
- Memory Tanka 06 - Starfish This wooden starfish I clutch it ...
- Memory Tanka 14 - Together Staring out the window Pondering ...
- Halcyon (The Sweetest Year) When I was young, a boy of ten ...
'Our Torments may in length of time become our Elements...'
~ John Milton, Paradise Lost Book 2
I am by no means the best nor the most prolific poet, but I hope my small works can bring you a smile, even if they are vague and obscure. ~Tom more »
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The island stands alone in virgin silence
Its rugged vistas pleasing to the eye
Its ocean girdled slopes untouched by violence
Sleep peacefully beneath an azure sky
The forests range unchecked with verdant bounty
The vivid patchwork meadows here grow free
And over all the mountains tower proudly
Their peaks stare condescending out to sea
The years send empires plunging to oblivion
Strong nations under time's great weight will cry
But time on this far isle holds no dominion
The centuries like clouds have passed it by