cheryl davis miller

Veteran Poet - 1,261 Points (2/26/57 / America)

cheryl davis miller Poems

1. The Nest 6/12/2013
2. The Bird 6/12/2013
3. I Love The Tender Blooms 6/12/2013
4. I Quit 6/12/2013
5. Catastrophe 6/12/2013
6. Fear 6/12/2013
7. Worth It All 6/12/2013
8. A Hearing Ear 6/12/2013
9. Crow's Feet And Aging 6/12/2013
10. The Secret 6/12/2013
11. Sleepy-Heads 10/27/2013
12. For Such As I 10/27/2013
13. Michele Gen'Ee 1973 10/27/2013
14. Six Little Mexican Angels 10/27/2013
15. Day To Day Notion 10/27/2013
16. Blame 10/27/2013
17. A Plea And A Prayer 10/27/2013
18. A Warm September Day 10/28/2013
19. A Mother's Heart 10/28/2013
20. Twin Die 10/27/2013
21. The Wren 10/27/2013
22. A Gentler Time 10/28/2013
23. A Life-Changing Dream 10/28/2013
24. Another Poetry Night 10/28/2013
25. A Simple Thanks 10/28/2013
26. Advise To Miss Dolly P And Joleen 10/28/2013
27. Appalachian Christmas 10/28/2013
28. All That I Need 10/28/2013
29. A Picture Puzzle 10/28/2013
30. Her Darling Boy 10/29/2013
31. Blue's Dues 10/30/2013
32. All Things 10/30/2013
33. Casualty Of War 10/30/2013
34. Eden Marie 10/30/2013
35. Depending On The Kindness 10/30/2013
36. Bridge To Burn 11/1/2013
37. Autumn Revelry 11/1/2013
38. An Open Hand Is Needed 11/1/2013
39. Angel On A Bar-Stool 11/1/2013
40. Angel's Unaware 11/1/2013
Best Poem of cheryl davis miller

Loneliness

A shudder running up my spine
without reason nor any rhyme
a constant process I confess
reminder of my loneliness.

Where are the answers I once knew
where are the friendships I thought true?
Hands to hold, and ears to listen
just be there, a simple mission.

As I have been in seasons past
to comfort, console, act steadfast
to seek for explanations, ' why? '
to tend the wounds and balm apply.

This loneliness I cannot bear
I'm reaching out, no one is there
so I begin to then withdraw
attempting to become so ...

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The Bird

I hit a bird the other day;
did not slow down and did not sway.
My mind was too pre-occupied
to act; so we would not collide.

Wiping a tear as I passed by
my guilt and shame I'd not deny.
Instead I'd vow to slow life down;
drive slower as I go to town.

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