Colleen Wright

Rookie (Central west of New South Wales, Australia.)

Colleen Wright Poems

41. Primary Or Secondary 8/19/2006
42. Nalini 8/19/2006
43. Deefa And Ceefa. 1/4/2007
44. Heart Strings. 7/18/2006
45. Bud To Bloom 8/16/2006
46. Sparkling Bubbles 8/17/2006
47. Seasons Greeting For My Poetry Friends. 12/11/2006
48. One Day In The Life Of A Lonely Lover. 12/21/2006
49. Ree And Me 1/10/2007
50. Crikey! 10/19/2006
51. A New Year Dawning. 12/21/2006
52. Feelings. 12/21/2006
53. A Drop In The Ocean Of Love. 8/1/2006
54. When Does Love Begin? 7/23/2006
55. Another One Bites The Dust. 10/19/2006
56. Set Free. 7/18/2006
57. Twinkle Toes. 8/5/2006
58. Farewell To My Dad. 8/2/2006
59. Teamwork From The Deep 8/12/2006
60. Drought In Australia 9/1/2006
61. Lonely Old Man 8/19/2006
62. Standing Out In The Crowd 8/18/2006

Comments about Colleen Wright

  • Steve Hagget (9/2/2006 4:04:00 AM)

    I think everyone should read this poet - she has an incredible ability to open up windows onto a world that she knows so well.

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  • Kee Thampi (8/10/2006 6:05:00 AM)

    This poet really loves the nature, and she open a new window on our Godly Land.
    the real talented lover of our nature makes new pictures in own verse of words.
    I like poems on Frog and poppy.
    Once she may be known as mother of this nature...

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Best Poem of Colleen Wright

Standing Out In The Crowd

Standing out in the Crowd

As if an aura surrounding it's halo, the most beautiful one does stand out in the crowd
of so many alluring others, and mixes happily, play together, and for more make room.
This enigmatic one appears ever so simply classical in style and is gentle - never loud,
as in showing the world the essence of simplicity and of it's naturally free, sweet perfume.

The vision of the purest white does by far, stand out in that colourful and exotic crowd,
amidst the blues, purples, yellows, reds and various shades of brilliant greens.
Amazed at such ...

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Dusk In The Golden West.

Streaks of the setting sun lay softly on the flaxen
fields of the cold calm evening in the Golden West.
Purple patches appear in the hilly horizon with the
wintery night air putting the summer growth to the test.

Tall trees standing silently still and their stark stems
and trunks holding tightly, securely, ready for the night.
Rich, red soil containing the warmth of the rays of the day's
filtered sunshine, of which is leaning low - almost out of sight.

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