Chantelle Clark

Rookie (Feb 7th 1991 / Toronto)

Chantelle Clark Poems

1. Confessions Of Reflections 4/19/2006
2. This Girl I Know 4/21/2006
3. Dusty Memories 5/9/2006
4. Winter's Night-Haiku 5/10/2006
5. Spring-Haiku 5/10/2006
6. Universe-Haiku 5/10/2006
7. Orchurd-Haiku 5/10/2006
8. War Memories-Haiku 5/10/2006
9. Wilted Garden-Haiku 5/10/2006
10. Dreaming-Haiku 5/10/2006
11. Perspective 4/19/2006
12. Masks Portray 5/13/2006
13. Memory Lane 5/26/2006
14. Anticipation 6/5/2006
15. Untitled 6/21/2006
16. In The Speed Of Light 6/21/2006
17. For Kristin 6/21/2006
18. A Fantasy... 8/4/2006
19. Spring, Summer, Autumn. 8/19/2006
20. A Face, A Place, A Photograph 9/29/2006
21. War... 10/16/2006
22. Clouds Of Fear 10/25/2006
23. Our Heroes 3/2/2007
24. 'Untitled' 5/29/2007
25. Just A Bottle 6/16/2007
26. Corrupted Blood 2/3/2008
27. My Angel 2/3/2008
28. Truthful Mirror 2/3/2008
29. Damned Soul Of Limbo 2/29/2008
30. Your World (A Note) 4/18/2008
31. A Fatal Love 7/17/2008
32. Young True Love 6/28/2006
33. Why Do We Do Things We Do Not Mean? (Note) 7/17/2008
34. Anger An Insight (Note) 7/17/2008
35. Fallen City 4/22/2006
36. Trapped Soul Metaphor 4/22/2006
37. Moon- Haiku 5/9/2006
38. Nature-Haiku 5/9/2006
39. Pictures-Haiku 5/9/2006
40. Shadows-Haiku 5/9/2006

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Best Poem of Chantelle Clark

Free Verse Personification Poem- Sorrow Of Me

When sunsets for night sorrow drifts in, whispering through the trees.
Her gown flutters through the air as she glides over me.
Setting quietness throughout the land,
In a dangerious whisper that gave me shivers.
The despair settled over me, as her calming deadly wrath,
Wrapped me in a blanket of sadness.

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Dusty Memories

I pick up our old photo album of what used to be.
I turn the dusty pages full of memories.
Each day was a struggle for me.
Complaints of friends mixed with feelings, I didn't know who was me.
I come upon a memory so fine it brings tears to my eyes.
This memory, a picture of a fading sunset upon swaying trees.
The rainbow of dancing leaves frames us walking in ease.

Now as tears stream down my face I think of the battles we faced.

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