Leeanndra O'Lear (Aquarius / USA)
Biography of Leeanndra O'Lear
I started writing poetry several yrs ago. Sonnets are a favorite. Metrical poetry is preferred though I enjoy free verse, too.
Writing for children is quite fun, as well.
Leeanndra O'Lear's Works:
Far too many to list!
Leeanndra O'Lear Poems
(005) Revelation: Brooklyn Bridge (Cinq...
Within the solid steel - a giant, thumping heart. This sturdy Brooklyn overpass
(006) Let Us Picnic Together In Straw...
Let us picnic together in Strawberry Fields my delightful, melodious girl; let us sit in the shade sipping pink lemonade
(011) George Bush Is Not A Cowboy (Son...
George Bush is not a cowboy, no sirree, he's never owned a horse or roped a steer; I hear his Northern schooling came for free; his down home twang’s a counterfeit. It’s clear
(007) An Orb Weaving Spider Scurries O...
Hard work pays off at noon; her silky net ensnares two twitching flies with zesty vibes.
(00) Saint Francis Is Here! Rejoice ...
Come, gentle creatures, assemble as one - Loosen your leashes and joyfully run
(004) William The Ghost Meets The Ea...
He watches his great grandson sleep. A gleam of tenderness bestirs his blue-grey eyes; a guardian, his spectral self esteem is strengthened by enduring family ties.
(003) Straight No Chaser (To Cfb)
Straight, no chaser - ah, the might of bourbon's paralyzing bite; my days of keeping up with you are long-gone-no-hangovers-through.
(001) Smitten: Hurry, Go! (Sonnet)
Flirtation in Penn Station is a bitch. It’s go, go, go - ditch subtlety and tact. My plan must spring to life without a hitch; The holidays are coming....time to act.
(002) Sonnet For A Husband Who Will Nev...
Though shooting stars commemorate the birth of deities, no stellar signs appear to eulogize the dime-a-dozen worth of disenchanted everymen, I fear.
(009) Yippee! Hyah! And Weee...! (Cowb...
Tom Tarantula was lonely in the desert, since the only things he saw were dust and passin' brittle weeds, so he left to do some dancin'
(010) Lonely Has It's Perks (Sonnet)
They met online, he claimed to be a prince - a never-married-freeweight-lifting prize. Yet when they met she couldn’t help but wince; his emails were a schmoozy pack of lies.