Jaime Montanez Salcedo


Jaime Montanez Salcedo Poems

1. Looking Into A Dream 12/31/2011
2. Eternal Love 1/1/2012
3. Memories 1/1/2012
4. The Dried Red Rose 1/1/2012
5. Metaphor I 1/2/2012
6. Instant Of Despair 1/2/2012
7. Autumn's Fallen Leaves 1/3/2012
8. Daydream 1/4/2012
9. Kiss 1/5/2012
10. The Leaf 1/5/2012
11. The Defiance Of Spirit 1/6/2012
12. More Like A Dream 1/7/2012
13. Absent Love 1/7/2012
14. The Frog 1/8/2012
15. The Circle 1/8/2012
16. The Temptress 1/8/2012
17. Our Love 1/9/2012
18. Frivolous Romance 1/10/2012
19. Since Last We Met 1/9/2012
20. The Caterpillar 1/10/2012
21. Elegy To Love 1/10/2012
22. The Politician And His Snake 1/10/2012
23. The Gift Of Love 1/10/2012
24. A Reverie 1/11/2012
25. Remembrance Of Love 1/12/2012
26. In The Shadow Of Time 1/13/2012
27. The Sense Of Appreciation 1/12/2012
28. Summer Night 1/18/2012
29. The Homeless And The Sparrow 1/19/2012
30. The Ballerina 1/26/2012
31. The Book 1/26/2012
32. What I Am 1/27/2012
33. That Is All 1/28/2012
34. To A Rat 1/29/2012
35. Dream 2/1/2012
36. The Chameleon 2/2/2012
37. A Dead Warbler 5/31/2013
38. Are We Alone? 1/8/2012
39. Desolate Love 12/31/2011
40. Journey To Mount Rushmore 1/3/2012
Best Poem of Jaime Montanez Salcedo

Journey To Mount Rushmore

See how the artistry of man silences
Our breath, at the sight of such grandiosity,
Thus soul of proud heritage evidences
Are distinctively resting in beauty.
Magnificent colossus that dispenses
Spiritual awesomeness and majesty,
Rising to greet our hypnotized gaze,
And forevermore would preserve our praise.

There is a pervading solemnity,
The essence of glorious times and lives,
And the seeming echoes of alacrity,
A free and perpetual wind revives.
At length we gaze with eager curiosity,
Filling our hearts with wonderment that thrives, ...

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The Dried Red Rose

With lightest breezes breathes the silent eve,
While choicest memories in suspended sighs
Flow on, and in his thought does her vision weave,
Thus a passionate flame flashes in his eyes.
Before her call, he elates to receive,
With anxious expectations he gratifies,
Owning red rose wherein he does conceive,
Rendition of that love than ever dies.
So that his ardent love he wants to impart,

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