Carolyn Brunelle

Rookie - 210 Points [autumlovr] (1946)

Carolyn Brunelle Poems

1. Moving Day 3/24/2008
2. Dance Of Life 3/24/2008
3. Another Castaway 3/24/2008
4. Brave New Spirits 3/24/2008
5. The Higher Place 3/24/2008
6. Letting Go 3/24/2008
7. Old Heartaches 3/24/2008
8. The Old Familiars 3/24/2008
9. Silent Wishes 3/25/2008
10. Poetry 3/25/2008
11. The Rose 3/25/2008
12. The Smell Of Cigar 3/25/2008
13. The Only Way Is Up 3/25/2008
14. How Old Is Too Old 3/26/2008
15. Just One Of Those Things 3/26/2008
16. Long Journey Home 3/26/2008
17. Old Sages 3/26/2008
18. Too Old To Plant The Seeds 3/26/2008
19. Awareness 3/26/2008
20. Winter In The Mind 3/26/2008
21. Withered Rose 3/26/2008
22. Wonder What It Meant 3/26/2008
23. Wondering In A Fog 3/26/2008
24. The Wail And Cry 3/26/2008
25. The Voice 3/26/2008
26. Poets 3/26/2008
27. The Last Goodbye 3/26/2008
28. Stroke 3/26/2008
29. Storm On The Sea Shore 3/26/2008
30. Star Fish 3/26/2008
31. Purple Passions 3/27/2008
32. Red Wine Stain 3/27/2008
33. Rescued 3/27/2008
34. The Rhythm Of Life 3/27/2008
35. Working Into The Night 3/27/2008
36. Pills 3/27/2008
37. Master Of My Fate 3/27/2008
38. Hidden Treasure 3/28/2008
39. Heaven's Gate 3/28/2008
40. Evil Planting 3/28/2008
Best Poem of Carolyn Brunelle

Acrostic (Environment)

Everyone should care.
No one should ignore a world so
Vital and green;
Inviting and teeming with life. Mother earth
Revolves around our respect, how we take
Ownership of our actions; and
Never forget our inheritance. We must
Mind our responsibility and pass along
Every moment of beauty bestowed upon us;
Nurture a green future for our children, and
Try to preserve Mother Nature's gift to us all.

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Moving Day

Old age
moved them
further away in time
where they lost themselves
hidden beneath wrinkles
and medicines and blankets.

Then death
moved them all the way

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