David Whalen

Silver Star - 4,128 Points [David O'Haolin (My ancestral Celtic name)] (5/18/38 / Covington Kentucky)

David Whalen Poems

761. Fairy Lanterns Of Summer 7/30/2010
762. Just For Today 7/25/2010
763. Just Another Day In Paradise 7/19/2010
764. Same Old Kool-Aid 5/31/2010
765. Short And Cynical 5/10/2010
766. How Will It End? 5/22/2010
767. Like Helium Balloons 4/21/2010
768. Poetry Via Alzheimer's 4/25/2010
769. Famous Last Words 4/10/2010
770. Dinna' Be Tellin' Me Friends! 2/16/2010
771. Witchy Woman 12/26/2009
772. Women And Holidays (Men, Football And Beer) 12/30/2009
773. I Pod Therapy (Thank God For My I Pod) 9/13/2009
774. Just A Tad Snookered? 9/17/2009
775. Ol' Gents On A Bench(In The Park After Dark) 9/19/2009
776. Wee Folk (Read Only If You Believe) 5/25/2009
777. 5 Second Ode To Steve (My Rubber Chicken) 12/20/2009
778. Trolls, Moonbeams, Leprechauns And Stardust 12/14/2009
779. Darkly...As Thru A Cat's Eyes 1/20/2010
780. Unanswered Prayers 7/12/2010
781. Women Like To Slow Dance 5/1/2010
782. Another New Year, Another New Beginning? 12/24/2009
783. Madness 8/28/2010
784. Imperfection 2/10/2011
785. Furries Of Flushes (Non-Traditional Haiku) 12/6/2010
786. Mindless Murmur Of A Babbling Brook 1/16/2011
787. It's Not So Much 10/10/2011
788. Forget Me... Forget Me Not 12/9/2011
789. Things That Get Better With Age 4/6/2012
790. Deep Into The Dragon's Eyes 9/20/2012
791. Hug Your Children Tight Tonight 12/14/2012
792. Vermillion Stone 1/26/2012
793. Luck Of The Irish 8/30/2013
794. Ode To September 8/30/2013
795. Of Winter And Women (And Power) 1/30/2014
796. Strangers Once Again 2/5/2014
797. Old Age...(Haiku) 6/29/2014
798. Must Be Angels (Senryu) 3/1/2015
799. Sometimes... 1/10/2015
800. So Curious... 12/19/2014
Best Poem of David Whalen

Joy Of Spring

A Spring morning
A warm Breeze
doves cooing softly
Pollen dusted trees

A few brave violets
A red streaked dawn
A very early robin
Earthworms in the lawn

Spring peeper frogs
Smell of dogwood blossoms
Nature’s petroglyphs in muddy bogs
Footprints left by possums

Easter eggs and bonnets
Chocolate rabbits, Missing ears
Jelly beans and sonnets
Spilled easter baskets, children’s tears

leafy bowers
Spring showers

Spring mornings
Warm breezes
Deep breaths
Allergic sneezes

Smell of Fresh...

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My View Of Fog

People often view fog in one way only
I personally don't see it that way, and...
the feeling it conjures is more than just lonely
It's totally different...
as night is to day

It depends on your age and your state of mind
to be able to see fog in a different light
To see it one way only is to be partially blind

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