Billy Loving

Billy Loving Poems

The Silent Old Man

Body bent and twisted
Gnarled fingers gripping his cane
Face weathered with age
An old man enters the bar

A Lost Love

A luminous full moon fills the sky
While I sit, I sob and cry
A ghastly site
Lies there in the night

Their Fantastic Place

Through the trees
Behind a swarm of bees
Lies a secret trail
They travel without fail


Relaxing, tantalizing foray
From work, a brief respite
Enjoying a beautiful spring day
In the cooling breeze, I delight


Of this world, not long to be
From this prison, finally free
No hope, too late
It's only death, I await

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Prabir Gayen 24 February 2019

Billy Loving you are a lovely poet....God bless.

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Billy Loving Biography

I began writing poetry several years ago. I find it to be relaxing, enjoyable, and therapeutic. I like rhyming poetry, haikus(5-7-5) , Tankas(5-7-5-7-7) , verse and sonnets. I am a stickler for the number of syllables in Japanese poetry. Haikus and tankas are not traditionally named so mine just have a number as means of cataloging them. I have been writing several years now.

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