Anna Maria

Rookie - 20 Points (1980 / United States of America, Earth)

Anna Maria Poems

41. For We Are One | A Proverb 6/21/2012
42. Reflect | A Proverb 6/21/2012
43. Ready Or Not? | A Philosophical Proverb 10/24/2012
44. Make Way For New Thought | A Philosophical Proverb 10/24/2012
45. One Family | A Proverb 3/15/2013
46. Expanded Consciousness | A Proverb 3/28/2013
47. Hear This | A Proverb 1/24/2014
48. Be Yourself And Follow Your Bliss | A Proverb 1/24/2014
49. Rabbit Holes | A Proverb 1/29/2014
50. Heart Calls | Proverbial Prose 2/1/2014
51. A Love Letter From The Heart Of Divine Mother 1 | Prose 5/19/2014
52. Realm Of Possibilities | A Proverb 5/14/2012
53. A Love Letter From The Heart Of Divine Mother 3 | Prose 5/19/2014
54. All | A Proverb 1/3/2015
55. Doors | Proverbial Prose 7/25/2016
56. Prayerful Blessing | Wisdom Prose 5/14/2012
57. Be Free | Philosophical Prose 5/14/2012
58. The Power Of Consciousness | Philosophical Prose 1/28/2012
59. Differences | A Proverb 12/17/2011
60. My Heart Is A Waterfall | Early Poems 12/16/2011
61. The Secret Thoughts Of An Unmarried Wedding Photographer | Early Poems 12/16/2011
62. Elf Queen Reverie | Early Poems 12/16/2011
63. A Modern Variation Of Geoffrey Chaucer's Merciless Beauty | Early Poems 12/16/2011
64. Heart-To-Heart Talk With My Heart | Early Poems 12/16/2011
65. Ogunquit Sky: A Memory Of Maine | Early Poems 12/16/2011
66. Listless | Early Poems 12/16/2011
67. Escape To Dreams | Poems From My Youth 12/16/2011
68. Give Children The World | Wisdom Prose 5/13/2012
69. Honest Pursuit Of Truth | Proverbs 1/17/2012
70. Early Church Fathers | A Proverb 5/14/2012
71. Inward Journey | Philosophical Prose 5/14/2012
72. Don'T Go | Early Poems 5/14/2012
73. A Love Letter From The Heart Of Divine Mother 2 | Prose 5/19/2014
74. Vampire | Early Prose 12/16/2011
75. A Dream Realized | Early Poems 12/16/2011
76. Deering Oaks Encounter: A Memory Of Maine | Early Poems 12/16/2011

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Deering Oaks Encounter: A Memory Of Maine | Early Poems

Oh moon, dear moon, can you hear me?
Your voice is sweet this night.
It shines through the bareness of the birch,
and glitters the snow beneath my feet.

This winding path I tread alone;
It is dark but for your song.
Please tell me we shall meet again
in the wintry slumber of the earth.

You captivate my pounding heart,
and give my spirit wings.

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Listless | Early Poems

I can not move.
I can not move my arms and legs;
I can not move.

My limbs are weights.
My heart beats on but without life
I lie here staring at the wall
And I am sick of sleep.

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