Dr. Charles A Stone

Rookie - 432 Points (Green Bay Wisconsin)

Dr. Charles A Stone Poems

1. Beneath A Blanket 10/1/2013
2. Widow On The Beach 10/1/2013
3. Bradford Pears In Spring 10/5/2013
4. Bon Appetit 10/5/2013
5. Dewberry 10/9/2013
6. An Invasive 10/9/2013
7. Chance Encounters 6/11/2015
8. Sing Me Your Birdsong 6/11/2015
9. Tell Me I Am Your Only Spring 6/11/2015
10. In Extremis 3/18/2016
11. Why 3/18/2016
12. When The Wind Blows 3/18/2016
13. Called Away 3/18/2016
14. The Third Temple 3/18/2016
15. On Waking At The Lake 3/18/2016
16. Lady In Cemetery 3/19/2016
17. J'ecoute 2/2/2014
18. Taking Flight 5/22/2014
19. I Couldn't Ask For More 5/22/2014
20. Hoops Of Self 3/21/2015
21. Here Is Only Ev'ry Girl 3/21/2015
22. Wherefore America 3/21/2015
23. Parallel Lives 7/5/2016
24. What Task Is So Compelling 7/5/2016
25. Marjoram Woman 7/5/2016
26. Last Kiss 7/5/2016
27. Last Waltz 7/5/2016
28. Supreme Decisions 3/21/2015
29. A Rain In The Woods 10/5/2013
30. Childhood In A Garden 10/5/2013
31. To Enchant A Garden 10/9/2013
32. Sparse Legacy 3/20/2016
33. The Beach At Moonlight Bay 10/1/2013

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The Beach At Moonlight Bay

on this first night of the harvest moon
this evening when diana's resplendent orb
rests upon the backs of broken clouds
transfixed by the evening's brightest star

i wish for naught but for the time
to float upon the cooling breeze
that nightly sweeps along these shores
and ruffles white the ebbing tide
full round mysterious moonlight bay

i wish for dreamless summer nights
refreshing sips from the mother's breast
to quell within my burning heart
the many ethers that bubble there
the passion stirred by this day's journey

perhaps the chance to...

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Childhood In A Garden

One day I'd whirl through the garden,
fingers splayed in sunny rays
above newborn buds singing.

Next day, I'd stand statue-still,
untied shoelaces spreading
like rhizomes around my feet
while tornadoes of sand slipped
through a clenched fist spinning.

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