Fiona Sunny


Fiona Sunny Poems

1. Written In The Country Gardens 6/19/2009
2. We Have Been Given 6/19/2009
3. Upon The Clouds 6/20/2009
4. I Shall Not Fear 8/2/2009
5. Sorrow 8/2/2009
6. Optimism 8/2/2009
7. Colorful Emotions 8/2/2009
8. The Letter 6/2/2010
9. Beckoning The Fugitive Smile 6/2/2010
10. The Stink That Spoils The Brook 6/2/2010
11. They Let Me Down 6/3/2010
12. Seeing The Minds 6/3/2010
13. Where Are You Mother? 6/3/2010
14. The Wall And The Window 6/3/2010
15. Water And Fire From Coins 6/3/2010
16. The Wind Of Spring 6/3/2010
17. Tourist Attractions 6/19/2009
Best Poem of Fiona Sunny

Tourist Attractions

When a tourist like me, wanders around
What would he like to see? -
Dew and frost glistening, astound
Many an eye; my cup of tea
Whosoever doth clothe the ground
With royal sprouts - a wonder is he
For His belongings own many a pound
Deserving astonishment behind a glee.

When a tourist like me, goes his way
What would he like to hear? -
Rivers quiet despite the day's May
Those that meander beneath no fear
The birdie melody in the Sun's first ray
Sweeter is it than honey; I cheer
That able are none to compose a play
As pleasing as this nature's...

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Sorrow

’Tis hard to talk about; hard to let out
Hard to be forgotten; hard to laugh out
’Cause a tear in the eye, about to say bye
Cannot stay in anymore and quietly leaves out

Your heart may be the one of stone
Or of gold, but when it’s lone
Not rock nor metal; not seed nor petal
Can calm the change of your heart’s tone

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