Adeline Foster

Gold Star - 9,222 Points (Instructor of poetry, Hagerstown, MD)

Adeline Foster Poems

121. ^ We The Unencumbered 12/27/2008
122. ~reparations * 8/10/2013
123. . Frost Flowers 4/20/2011
124. ~ Anger's Friend 12/22/2008
125. . Grief Is 10/3/2012
126. .the Hero Within 5/8/2012
127. ~mother Dear, Oh Mother Dear 5/19/2012
128. ^death Of Innocence 10/3/2008
129. Everybody Has Had Somebody 10/25/2009
130. Who Am I 9/21/2008
131. . I Walk In The Sunshine 8/4/2012
132. ~many A Mother Is Forgotten Today 10/17/2008
133. ~ Forgotten Old Cabin 9/30/2013
134. Bloom Of Youth 9/1/2007
135. ~wide Open Spaces 5/19/2010
136. ~if There Be No God 11/30/2008
137. . Sea-Shell Shope 7/22/2009
138. Trees 1/16/2008
139. Nouns 2/18/2010

Comments about Adeline Foster

  • Stan Petrovich (8/18/2011 1:54:00 AM)

    Dear, Adeline, you are after my heart & the tree in me...

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  • James B. Earley (6/10/2008 12:15:00 PM)

    Adeline Foster - A passionate writer of extraordinary rhythmic sense!

  • Taniya Walton (1/18/2008 2:45:00 PM)

    Beautiful! . The thought of my grandchildren or their children not being able to see autumn leaves is a sad one. I hope that day never comes.

Best Poem of Adeline Foster


There are different kinds of words
With names the same as you.
Nouns are any thing you name:
A cat, a dog, a shoe,
A city, or a country,
A feeling, or a zoo.
Frequently a signal
Will tell you that a noun
Is coming down the road of speech
Before you hear the sound.
Eight of these are common;
You hear them every day.
They tell you that a speeding noun
Is coming fast your way.
A house, an owl,
The house, my home,
Our house, their owl,
Your house, its home.
These noun signals can determine
If it is a noun.
They are ...

Read the full of Nouns

Maternal Seasons

Maternal seasons come at last -
To each belong a year,
Though time cannot undo the past -
Time-washed by maternal tear.
Acknowledgment for what I owe -
Regret for the unperceived
Unlimitedly now I show -
Belated hope achieved.
The words I’ve thrown out to the wind

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