Dennis Lange


Dennis Lange Poems

81. Cold Hurts 11/19/2016
82. The Closest To The True 11/26/2016
83. The Growth Of Love 12/3/2016
84. My Salad Days 12/10/2016
85. The Little House In The Pane 12/17/2016
86. Sonnet 28 - All Men At Heart Are Insecure 1/1/2017
87. Sonnet 29 - Loving Without First Being Loved 1/9/2017
88. The Silver Sea 1/22/2017
89. Sonnet 30 - Celebrity Politics 1/29/2017
90. Waiting For The Mail 2/12/2017
91. The War Gave Birth To War 8/29/2015
92. Alzheimer's 9/7/2015
93. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 9/12/2015
94. All Disappear 9/19/2015
95. The Two Georges 9/26/2015
96. Sonnet 5 - The Conqueror 3/19/2016
97. To Be The Treasure 4/9/2016
98. Fourth Of July In Calcutta 4/16/2016
99. Near Miss 4/30/2016
100. The Morning Swarming 5/7/2016
101. Upon Completion 2/26/2017
102. Weathering The Storms 3/5/2017
103. Buy The Truth And Sell It Not 3/12/2017
104. Nature's Dawn 4/2/2017
105. As You Live Is As You Die 4/9/2017
106. Sonnet 32 - Closed Minds 4/29/2017
107. The Wind And Rain Unusual 7/8/2017
108. The Rain Falls On The Hill Above 10/25/2014
109. A Stick 3/26/2013
110. The Divorce Is Final 12/4/2012
111. The Circle Widens 12/19/2012
112. Sonnet 2 - When Trouble Tills Our Garden 1/19/2013
113. Pretty Penny 10/4/2014
114. The Plain And Simple Man 10/18/2014
115. Last Freeze 3/12/2016
116. Front Page Of The Purple Sage 11/16/2012
117. A Lost Love 1/11/2013
118. The Rainy Day 7/19/2015
119. Grow Little Love 10/3/2015
120. A Penny For Your Thoughts 2/19/2017
Best Poem of Dennis Lange

The Melody Of The Wind

The wind may roar; the wind may shriek,
In passing trees - a rustle.
But 'tis the sweetest sound I seek,
Wind flexing music's muscle.

The wind may moan or it may howl
In nights of stormy weather.
But I don't want wind on the prowl,
But tame, as on a tether.

I want wind playing on the cords
That on my porch are hanging,
To make sweet music there, with chords,
And set my chimes a'clanging.

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Could I Love You?

In the morning, could I love you,
Sunshine, I, upon your face?
Could I wrap my arms around you?
Give you life by my embrace?

Could I light your eyes with wonder,
Brighten and reveal the world
That your beauty might reflect there,
In a pond no stone has swirled?

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