Ernestine Northover

Veteran Poet - 1,481 Points (25th March 1943)

Ernestine Northover Poems

1. The Residue 9/7/2008
2. Powdered Kaolin 10/28/2008
3. A Selection Of Senryus - 9 And 2 Haikus 4/5/2009
4. Defiance 5/28/2010
5. Facets Of Diamonds 5/28/2010
6. Countless Waiting Gems 8/29/2010
7. Shallows, Crystal Clear 8/29/2010
8. In An Empty Box 1/27/2011
9. Mirror 2/2/2011
10. Notions Abound 5/7/2011
11. **a Touch Of Pride 2/17/2014
12. **no Regard 2/17/2014
13. **they Seem To Know Not What To Do 2/17/2014
14. **an Audible Sigh 2/17/2014
15. *** The Waiting Land 3/15/2014
16. * Strength Of Purpose 3/15/2014
17. ***some Dread 8/18/2014
18. ** The Fading Sky 3/15/2014
19. Dream Cloud 9 - By Kitty Cotton Aged 11. (My Great Niece) 11/5/2009
20. Tints, Tones And Shades 11/15/2008
21. * In A Girl's Head 1/24/2011
22. Great Philosophy 4/17/2007
23. Jubilee Row 2/19/2007
24. I'M Thinking 11/13/2007
25. One Bloom 10/28/2008
26. Transporting Minds 2/23/2009
27. Their Day's Begun 10/7/2008
28. Unleashed Forces 3/25/2009
29. Sadly Earthbound 9/7/2008
30. Perfections Highway 8/13/2008
31. 'Come On Be Brave! ' (By My Great Niece Kitty Cotton 11 Yrs) 1/12/2010
32. Colour Of The Sun 4/5/2009
33. Sweetest Balm 3/2/2008
34. Great Bravado 4/6/2008
35. This Scene I Love 6/1/2008
36. Cheerio! 6/12/2008
37. Thank You Duncan Wyllie 5/22/2006
38. The Landscape So Obscure 2/19/2007
39. This Mariner Race 2/24/2007
40. The Knots That Bind 4/21/2007

Comments about Ernestine Northover

  • Anne Cleave (9/4/2018 7:00:00 AM)

    I read to the children in my local primary school. There are nine, aged from just under 5 to 11 years. Our project this term is 'Lost Words' from the beautiful book by Robert MacFarlane and Jackie Morris. This week we wrote poems about ferns but next week we look at Autumn - which is how I found 'Autumn - by Amy Boothby - Aged 10' I read it today and everyone loved it. Could you tell me something about Amy, please? The children were very interested in her. Thank you.

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  • Paul Andre Pelletier (7/24/2018 7:39:00 PM)

    I only read a few of your poems but I really like what I read so far. I 'recently' started writing poetry myself a few years ago and I found inspirations in your words. Thank you.

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    which type of poem is this

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Best Poem of Ernestine Northover

Hold You In My Smile

Sweet moment, stay with me,
and pray do not flee so soon,
Let me enjoy the bliss of that
first kiss beneath the moon.
I wish to cradle this feeling,
that has only just been found,
A feeling that has unexpectedly
turned my world around.
Do not depart, Oh please remain
within my heart awhile,
So that I can savour you once more,
and hold you in my smile.

Read the full of Hold You In My Smile

Wind Song

The wind whistles eerily, as the storm approaches,
it gradually encroaches, taking over
like some unscrupulous military machine,
giving way to no one,
just charging along at a fierce pace,
buffeting anything that gets in the way.

It cannot turn back, not once it's committed.
The oncoming storm whips it into swirls of forceful energy,

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