Ernestine Northover

Veteran Poet - 1,353 Points (25th March 1943)

Ernestine Northover Poems

1. ###oh, Feathered Friend 12/18/2016
2. * The Moon Is....... 2/2/2011
3. * All Renowned 1/27/2011
4. * In A Girl's Head 1/24/2011
5. * In An Empty Box 1/27/2011
6. * Mirror 2/2/2011
7. * Not Her Choice 5/7/2015
8. * On A Mission 8/5/2009
9. * Strength Of Purpose 3/15/2014
10. * The Mona Lisa's Smile 5/7/2015
11. ** The Fading Sky 3/15/2014
12. *** Crimson Red 1/1/2013
13. *** The Waiting Land 3/15/2014
14. ***some Dread 8/18/2014
15. ***the Mona Lisa's Smile 7/8/2012
16. ***the Proposal 8/30/2005
17. ***the Waiting Land 8/18/2014
18. **a Touch Of Pride 2/17/2014
19. **an Audible Sigh 2/17/2014
20. **no Regard 2/17/2014
21. **they Seem To Know Not What To Do 2/17/2014
22. *an Unceasing Tick Tock 5/7/2011
23. *boats A Bobbing 5/7/2011
24. *i Walked Out One Evening 5/7/2011
25. A Captivating Sight 10/26/2006
26. A Child Again 6/18/2006
27. A Daft Crackpot 3/8/2008
28. A Day In The Life Of - Me! 9/8/2005
29. A Delightful Sight 4/17/2007
30. A Distant View 11/4/2005
31. A Drowsy Afternoon 3/4/2006
32. A Dry Savannah 9/14/2006
33. A Fair Sized Elevation 8/23/2007
34. A Family Christmas 11/28/2005
35. A Fascinating State 7/17/2008
36. A Foolproof Strategy 1/17/2007
37. A Gentle Thaw 1/25/2006
38. A Gentle Voice 1/22/2006
39. A Gift To Earth 11/15/2008
40. A Golden Sphere 11/29/2005
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.

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High Flyer

They were 'Proctors' and 'Jackaroos' in those days.
Single wing aeroplanes,
two and four seaters,
either open engines, or open under your seat.

Exciting for a seventeen year old.

I went up with the commercial pilots,
logging up their flying hours.

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