Lora Colon

Gold Star - 13,242 Points (26 September 1944 / Missouri - United States)

Lora Colon Poems

321. Was Your Love Just A Dream? 3/18/2015
322. Love Departing 12/13/2014
323. Thank God For Misery 1/20/2015
324. Where It All Began 9/24/2013
325. A View Of Heaven 4/12/2014
326. Spring Will Be Late This Year 2/20/2015
327. The Storm 2/6/2014
328. Wishful Thinking 3/14/2014
329. Dream By Dream 5/18/2014
330. There's No One Waiting For Me 2/4/2015
331. Love's Journey 12/12/2013
332. The Man Of My Dreams 8/16/2014
333. That's How Things Are 3/11/2015
334. Feeding The Fire 9/27/2013
335. You And The Sun 8/17/2013
336. A Welcome For My Guests 6/11/2013
337. Memories 5/10/2014
338. Quietly, Love Comes 2/21/2014
339. I Need You Now 4/3/2014
340. On That Day 9/12/2014
341. A Life Of Longing 7/17/2013
342. When Love Opened The Door 9/19/2014
343. The Fear Of Love 4/8/2014
344. A Woman's Heart 6/16/2014
345. Let It Rain! 6/29/2013
346. If You Awaken Before Me 3/6/2014
347. Moonstruck 4/24/2013

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  • Pradip Chattopadhyay (7/13/2013 3:51:00 AM)

    Lora Colon is a poet who takes you onto a journey through all hues and shades of life and leave you mesmerized. Her poems though flow easy strike a deep chord.

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Best Poem of Lora Colon

Moonstruck

I was talking to the moon
Just the other night,
Telling him how much
I admired his light;

And then without warning,
Much to my dismay,
The moon got all teary-eyed
And asked me to look away;

He said I had no idea
How lonely it gets up there,
Watching lovers all over the world
Every night of the year;

But he quickly recovered
And apologized in shame,
I told him I understood,
Loneliness was my middle name;

We exchanged our stories
Long into the night,
Then the sun came up
And the moon dimmed his light.

But ...

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Missing Someone

I never met him, our paths never crossed
So what am I missing, what have I lost?
I wander in the shadows, seeking the light,
Who am I missing tonight?

Was he in the crowd, did we pass in the street?
Were we on the same train, did our eyes ever meet?
Would knowing the truth make anything right?
Who am I missing tonight?

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