Elisabeth Anne Wingle
Elisabeth Anne Wingle Poems
|42.||The Plant (Limerick) . M||1/20/2016|
|44.||Haiku For You||11/6/2015|
|45.||Haiku For Me||11/6/2015|
|46.||Green Tree Branches Bend||8/14/2015|
|48.||What's In A Name?||12/20/2015|
|49.||Vim And Vigor||4/19/2016|
|50.||The Joy Of Pain||4/25/2016|
|52.||A Frog Walks Into A Bank||4/26/2016|
|55.||Lisa And Sue's Night Out||11/13/2015|
|56.||There Once Was A Bird In The Sky||8/11/2015|
|58.||My Baby's Hands||10/22/2015|
|62.||I Miss You||8/10/2015|
I Miss You
I miss you Mom
I really do
All those times
You saw me through
I miss the laughter
I miss the tears
That brought me through
These twenty years
Who can I turn to,
Now that your gone?
There's no one to hold me,
While I cry all night long.
The only place I can find
Peace, comfort and love
Is in the thought that you watch me
From high up above
My father was always quick with a smile.
His happiness came from within.
Often he'd pluck, sweet buttercup
And hold it under my chin.
' Do you like butter? He'd say to me?
With a twinkle in his eye!
I would look down and kick the ground,
For I was rather shy.
Then from under my skin,