John Bliven Morin

Rookie (September 16th,1936 / New London, CT)

John Bliven Morin Poems

1. Camels 5/30/2011
2. Ipse Requie 5/30/2011
3. The Moor-Maiden 5/30/2011
4. In Faerie Glade 5/30/2011
5. The Pirate And The Maiden 5/30/2011
6. The U.S.O. Show 5/30/2011
7. Sappho 5/30/2011
8. All The Young, Dead Poets 5/30/2011
9. Wishing, Page 1 Of 2 6/10/2011
10. The Ballad Of The Jurymen, Page 1 Of 3 6/10/2011
11. The Ballad Of The Jurymen, Page 2 Of 3 6/10/2011
12. The Centurion, Page 1 Of 4 6/10/2011
13. The Centurion, Page 2 Of 4 6/10/2011
14. The Woman Of The Well, Page 1 Of 3 6/10/2011
15. The Woman Of The Well, Page 2 Of 3 6/10/2011
16. The Woman Of The Well, Page 3 Of 3 6/10/2011
17. La Cortedad, Page 1 Of 2 6/10/2011
18. Gwendolen, Page 1 Of 4 6/10/2011
19. Gwendolen, Page 2 Of 4 6/10/2011
20. Gwendolen, Page 3 Of 4 6/10/2011
21. The Awakening Trilogy, Page 2 Of 4 6/10/2011
22. The Awakening Trilogy, Page 3 Of 4 6/10/2011
23. Classic Adversaries, Page 1 Of 2 6/10/2011
24. Classic Adversaries, Page 2 Of 2 6/10/2011
25. A Ballad Of Sad Gnus, Page 1 Of 2 6/10/2011
26. Fire! 6/10/2011
27. The Ballad Of Anne Bonny, Page 2 Of 2 6/10/2011
28. The Awakening Trilogy, Page 1 Of 4 6/10/2011
29. The Ballad Of The Jurymen, Page 3 Of 3 6/10/2011
30. The Seasons 6/10/2011
31. Forfeiture 6/10/2011
32. The Centurion, Page 4 Of 4 6/10/2011
33. The Centurion, Page 3 Of 4 6/10/2011
34. The Awakening Trilogy, Page 4 Of 4 6/10/2011
35. La Cortedad, Page 2 Of 2 6/10/2011
36. Wishing, Page 2 Of 2 6/10/2011
37. Word Of Warning 6/16/2011
38. Will O' The Wisp, Page 1 Of 2 6/16/2011
39. Will O' The Wisp, Page 2 Of 2 6/16/2011
40. To The Faerie Lady 6/16/2011

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Best Poem of John Bliven Morin

Daedalus And Icarus, Page 1 Of 2

Daedalus watched the birds on high,
And wished that he could also fly;
But he did more than wish, bright man,
He studied wings and made a plan.
With Icarus, his son and heir,
Gathered feathers everywhere;
Made frames both strong and light,
Working steadily, day and night.
A thousand feathers for each wing,
Attached with wax and sap and string;
Leather straps to hold them tight,
Leather thongs to guide them right.

At last he proudly said, “My son,
With your help, our wings are done
And now we’ve only them to try;
With care, I think ...

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In Faerie Glade

Sun sinks quickly -
Red-yellow fellow -
Twilight spreads shade
Like a blanket,
Dotted and mottled,
In Faerie Glade.

Faeries on butterflies
Utter cries, flutter by,

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