Ernestine Northover

Veteran Poet - 1,371 Points (25th March 1943)

Ernestine Northover Poems

561. The Little Chimney Sweep - Victorian Times 9/3/2005
562. Humility 12/7/2005
563. Fireflies 11/2/2005
564. Mr Snowman 12/3/2005
565. Patterns In The Snow 11/11/2005
566. Cupboard Love 12/18/2005
567. A Hunter Bold 11/26/2005
568. Whispering Breeze 1/27/2006
569. My Escape 10/25/2005
570. A Simple Leaf 11/5/2005
571. Please 12/26/2005
572. Monday Morning 9/27/2005
573. Comes The Day 12/26/2005
574. Christmas - A Little Friend's Poem - Written By Amy Boothby, Aged 10 11/18/2005
575. A Visit To The Seaside 9/2/2005
576. A Golden Sphere 11/29/2005
577. A Heart Is Surely Bound 1/13/2006
578. A Family Christmas 11/28/2005
579. You And Me 10/29/2005
580. Coming Home 9/8/2005
581. Wind Song 12/8/2005
582. A Gentle Thaw 1/25/2006
583. Can You Not See 12/30/2005
584. A Perfect Gent 11/10/2005
585. Just Another Moment 11/17/2005
586. A Heavenly Thought 10/2/2005
587. Childhood - The 21st Century 8/31/2005
588. Kiss Me 10/10/2005
589. A Distant View 11/4/2005
590. A Day In The Life Of - Me! 9/8/2005
591. A Gentle Voice 1/22/2006
592. Anywhere You Choose 11/24/2005
593. Hold You In My Smile 1/20/2006

Comments about Ernestine Northover

  • Mary Nagy (8/31/2005 3:17:00 PM)

    I have been reading your poems and am enjoying them so...much! I think you have such a wonderful way of writing and I look forward to reading more from you. I am so glad I found your poems, they are a real treasure. Sincerely, Mary

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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

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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