Daisy Pereira


Daisy Pereira Poems

1. Silence 10/24/2014
2. Divine Fool 11/2/2014
3. Immigrant In Soul 11/3/2014
4. Fallen Leaves 11/5/2014
5. Book Of Life 11/4/2014
6. The House Called Soul 11/6/2014
7. Last Song 11/6/2014
8. Roses In November 11/8/2014
9. On A Lovely Rainy Evening 11/9/2014
10. The Wall 11/10/2014
11. Remembering You 11/11/2014
12. Words 11/12/2014
13. My Eden Lost 11/12/2014
14. Cannonization 11/14/2014
15. Storm Coming 11/16/2014
16. About Beauty 11/17/2014
17. At The Graveyard Of Memories 11/17/2014
18. Shadow 11/19/2014
19. Let It Be Like This 11/20/2014
20. T He Sea Brings Back Nothing 11/21/2014
21. Dreams 11/24/2014
22. Stranger 11/27/2014
23. Yes, After One' O Clock 11/29/2014
24. After The Flood 11/30/2014
25. The Soul That Sings 12/3/2014
26. Love 12/17/2014
27. The Suspect 12/30/2014
28. Blood 1/7/2015
29. And Indeed Death Has A Domain 2/1/2015
30. My Heart Never Lied 2/9/2015
31. A Poem Can Be 3/9/2015
32. Resident On Earth 3/18/2015
33. A River Running Through 3/27/2015
34. So Lets Do That! 4/20/2015
35. The Same Old Moon 5/3/2015
36. Living In Exile 5/8/2015
37. Magic Lantern 5/14/2015
38. New Love 5/26/2015
39. The Broken Moon 6/1/2015
40. An Ode To Mortality 6/9/2015

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  • Daisy Pereira (11/4/2014 11:11:00 AM)

    I would like t see comments from my fellow member poets!

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Best Poem of Daisy Pereira

Thirteenth Floor

Looking from the thirteenth floor
the gardener flutters like an orange bee
the tractor moves like a giant toy
trees move like dark horses
with manes spread out in the wind
a sparrow flies across the last horizon
I can see the blue blue sky only.

Like an invalid confined to his bed
I watch on and on
All I can see the wind
wind again wind again wind only
then long lasting silence.

Look behind and beyond
before you leap from the
thirteenth floor
into the bluest horizon.

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Dagger

Dagger sheaths an anger
suppressed in thousand hearts
curved laws and justifications
fewer commentators
blood washed with blood
proud yet fallen, killed yet not
trampled,
your death,
it is a shame in our souls

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