Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,159 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Joseph Narusiewicz Poems

801. Gallery 7/26/2015
802. Her Mask 8/6/2015
803. Quiet River 8/7/2015
804. Perverse 8/8/2015
805. Withdrawal 8/8/2015
806. I Want Her Heart 8/10/2015
807. Your Sweet Ways 8/11/2015
808. See You At Seven 8/11/2015
809. Pure Light 8/18/2015
810. I Am Listening 8/18/2015
811. Chimes Of Morning 8/20/2015
812. My War Is Over 8/22/2015
813. Come Home 8/22/2015
814. Time For Sleep 8/26/2015
815. A Good Kisser 8/27/2015
816. Islands Of Poetry 8/27/2015
817. The Light Won 8/28/2015
818. 1000 Years Of Peace 8/29/2015
819. In Love With A Witch 9/1/2015
820. Pretty In White 9/6/2015
821. She Looks Better 9/8/2015
822. Valeria 9/11/2015
823. Rabbits In The Garden 9/17/2015
824. Menorah 9/20/2015
825. Cozy Corners 9/20/2015
826. Seventy Elders 9/26/2015
827. Loves Destiny 9/29/2015
828. Kingdom Of Rivers 10/4/2015
829. Embraced By A Muse 10/15/2015
830. Sacred Art 10/15/2015
831. Ambition 10/17/2015
832. Every Doubt 10/19/2015
833. Elves Of New England 10/20/2015
834. Red House - Joe For Jimmy 10/27/2015
835. Grand Lovers 11/2/2015
836. Poet Sea 11/7/2015
837. Spirituality Enters 11/13/2015
838. Dark Silk Stars 11/13/2015
839. Perspectives 11/28/2015
840. Warriors Of Light 11/28/2015
Best Poem of Joseph Narusiewicz

I'll Never Forget You

Opaque heart lit with tenderness
She shines like a child’s smile
Those old songs bring a tear
I really hope your life is happy
When the bitterness goes we can see
We had some real love one for another
Didn’t we?

Oh! How I pretended and rationalized
How I tried too make it all contained
Processed and intellectual
Now I know it was love
Pure and simple love and passion
Defining things can minimize

Nothing has ever replaced the fire of your kiss
They say we only get one love of our life
Your eyes so filled with moonlight
So ...

Read the full of I'll Never Forget You

I Still Pray

Expectations of the dire crown
Frozen hope melts
We glimpse the dharma green
Shelters in the blue gray waves
Dylan Thomas glib as spring
Winter lions in Oedipal retreat
Read the Classics by the fire
Listen to the wind sing of time

[Report Error]