Irina Whitford

Rookie (1/4/1962 / Waimate. South Island, New Zealand.)

Irina Whitford Poems

1. Tom 4/26/2008
2. Casting Shadows 4/26/2008
3. Free 4/26/2008
4. Silent Scream 4/26/2008
5. Broken Wings 11/17/2004
6. My Keepsake 11/17/2004
7. Deceptive Bends 4/26/2008
8. Dreamweaver 4/26/2008
9. I Am Here... 4/26/2008
10. A Dream I Had 4/26/2008
11. A Bud In Bloom 4/26/2008
12. You Won'T Say My Name 2/18/2011
13. To Know Yourself 2/18/2011
14. There You Stood 4/26/2008
15. Inside The Wire 4/26/2008
16. Ghost Rider 4/26/2008
17. Dear Grandma 4/26/2008
18. Just One Minute More 2/18/2011

Comments about Irina Whitford

  • Sabrina Bailey (10/24/2008 9:22:00 PM)

    I enjoyed your poem Dear Grandma so much I decided to use it as a poem analysis paper for my English class. I knew I wanted to write about my own Grandma and your poem said everything I felt. It was easy for me to analyze every line and think of how it correlated to my own life. I miss my Grandma just as much as you do. Thank you for bringing back so many wonderful memories.

    Sabrina Bailey

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Best Poem of Irina Whitford

Just One Minute More

Our time is so precious
An hour, maybe more
I ask you to stay for just one minute more...
When time goes against us
And you head for the door
I stop you by saying just one minute more...
You hold me so close
Youre confused and unsure
You try to leave quickly but stay one minute more...
I can feel my heart break as my tears hit the floor
While inside I am screaming
Just stay one minute more!

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Ghost Rider

On windy moor in teeming rain
I saw a vision clear and plain
I hushed my breath nor called, not I to
The Ghost Rider passing by.
From whence he came I do not know
On stoney ground covered in snow
Myself laid still, I shall not show to
To the Ghost Rider passing by
When all went quiet, still and sound

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