Almedia Knight Oliver


Almedia Knight Oliver Poems

1. Mother Earth 1/27/2009
2. Love Is Every Where 2/19/2009
3. Gravity Of Love 2/19/2009
4. All Is Well With Your Soul 2/19/2009
5. Please Don'T Stop Loving Me When I'M Old 2/26/2009
6. The Lottery 3/13/2009
7. I Hold These Random Thoughts 3/21/2009
8. Rubi's Art 3/21/2009
9. A Mother's Collection: Tissues, Bones, And Blood '(Third) 3/29/2009
10. O Love In Your Conquest 4/4/2009
11. Remembering 'Joyce' 4/4/2009
12. Thinking About Us 4/4/2009
13. I Am From... By Ilana A. Sabio 4/12/2009
14. Feet 4/25/2009
15. Mom Accordingly, You Are Loved 5/9/2009
16. Garden Center 5/18/2009
17. Love In The Rearview Mirror 5/29/2009
18. Set This Moment To Time 5/31/2009
19. Present From A Thief 5/1/2009
20. I Shall Dote Myself 6/10/2009
21. Rustic Love 6/18/2009
22. Now I Ask You To Pick Me 6/18/2009
23. Highway 13 6/27/2009
24. Gazing Through Airplane's Pane 7/22/2009
25. Love's Life 7/31/2009
26. Simple Truth Stands Along 8/14/2009
27. Measure For Measure 9/3/2009
28. Heart And Soul Of Love 9/5/2009
29. Time Tells Time 9/14/2009
30. Ephemeral Love 11/22/2009
31. Turkey Strut: In Remembrance Of Thanksgiving 11/23/2009
32. Oh, How The Time Slips Away 11/28/2009
33. Friendship's Substance 12/13/2009
34. 'Time Tells Time' 2 Of 2 Of The Original 9/26/2009
35. Whose Truth? 10/1/2009
36. Goodby: Narcissus 6/6/2010
37. Keep Moving Toward A Perfect Union 7/21/2010
38. Sweet Dreams My Love 8/15/2010
39. Marriage Announcement 9/27/2010
40. Her Lost Treasure 1/15/2011
Best Poem of Almedia Knight Oliver

Evening's Solitude

In evening's solitude sipping a glass of wine, or
maybe two, and listening to Roberta's love songs
Being spirited away dizzily to dream land

Recalling your eyes that once never wearied of mine
Tonight the weight of uncertainty keeps my lids wide
Envisioning love and passion waning like the moon

Remembering still...
The baby breathing quietly
Passion wide awoke…these are
Times to keep awake and watching
stars in the distance sky...
Childhood screams and dreams are
behind, like our last passionate kiss

My dear we're just tired so, ...

Read the full of Evening's Solitude

Mother Earth

The sun slowly sinks below her golden borders
as darkness falls over all life form.

Tears of compassion spring up as she watches over her children: the
Squirrels and birds and the tiniest insects; her helpful angleworms
and worthless plants all lay sleeping on her tummy.

She reaches up to the sky, closes the golden gate, and
turns off the light.

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