Annie Cordelia Adams

Rookie (14 August 1991 / Birmingham)

Annie Cordelia Adams Poems

81. There Won'T Be An America 2/23/2008
82. Sunset Horizon 2/11/2008
83. Smile, Remember It All The While 7/16/2008
84. Two Poems I'Ve Yet To Write 7/16/2008
85. I Love You A Million Chocolate Kisses 6/21/2009
86. The Whole Dang Meaning Of Love 6/20/2009
87. Two Letters Difference 5/16/2009
88. Leo, Leo 11/17/2011
89. I Almost Can'T Believe I Wrote This When I Thought It Wouldn'T Work Out. 11/28/2011
90. I Meant To Say Ten Different Things 7/4/2008
91. Freedom Is In His Blood 7/9/2008
92. And I Ain'T From The 50s So.... 11/8/2008
93. B() |() |() Winter Post Card/B 11/29/2008
94. B() |() |() I Am Become Like A Sparrow/B 12/1/2008
95. Before Pain Was Always Free 2/17/2009
96. Driving Is Faster Than Running Into A Wall 11/29/2011
97. B/ The Song You Hate 11/24/2010
98. Did I Escape? 8/28/2010
99. Apostrophe 4/7/2009
100. B() |() |() A Victorian Summer /B 11/30/2008
101. An Empty Whole 11/1/2008
102. B() |() |() Eternity At Sea Ii /B 11/2/2008
103. 916. Every Wish You Made On The Same Stars I Wish On Came True 1/9/2010
104. B() |() |() I Left My Heart At Sea, They Say/B 11/8/2008
105. Every Stroke Of The Violin 11/8/2008
106. B() |() |() Seventeen Forever/B 7/18/2009
107. () |() |() I Do Not See How I Am Capable Of Love 7/13/2008
108. () |() |() Seulement Dans Mes Rêves (Nameless Love) 10/15/2008
109. B() |() |() Howl At The Wind/B 11/19/2008
110. Along The River Fuji 5/23/2008
111. B() |() |() This Poem Was Written On True Love/B 12/15/2008
112. Cavalry Of Waves 12/20/2007
113. () |() |() Beternity At Sea/B 6/2/2009
114. Beauty In The Eye Of The Beholder 11/8/2008
115. After A Thousand Years I'Ll Meet You Under The Traveler's Tree 5/4/2008
116. A Little Picture 1/5/2008
Best Poem of Annie Cordelia Adams

A Little Picture

A little picture, browned,
Had a tear on its edge
Where moth and rust
Plagued it away
Wherever was this picture found?
In an attic? Where dust collects?

A tiny picture, profound
In all measure, fledged
With beauty like gold dust
A blooming fleur bouquet
Like an old tea gown
It was tossed with willful neglect

It did, very much, astound
Those who pledged
Their direct trust
Who lived in that day
Who’s beauty it drank down
In honest respect, its object

An old memory found
In a river of images read
The old photo must, ...

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Hoist Sails, Lass

Is there an Ocean that does say freely:
Dear One, come toward me,
But stand from afar, you grieved!
And I will say to you, Look, here is eternity

In my waters, there is undying space
Do you not desire to come and see?
I am an enduring hickory tree
A resilient warrior and stalwart beast

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