Lynn Anne Brown

Rookie - 32 Points (June 16,1959 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Lynn Anne Brown Poems

1. Great Tree 2/21/2014
2. Electric Heart 2/21/2014
3. What I Conceive 2/21/2014
4. I May Sound Mad 2/21/2014
5. For All Who Fell 2/21/2014
6. Memento 2/21/2014
7. Once Broken 2/21/2014
8. Through The Weather 2/21/2014
9. Dancing Us Awake 2/21/2014
10. Elven Magic 2/21/2014
11. Minding Self 2/21/2014
12. Starting In The Middle 2/21/2014
13. My Mythic Identity 2/21/2014
14. Building Bridges 2/21/2014
15. Breathing Together 2/21/2014
16. Visitor's Guide 2/21/2014
17. Beyond The Veil 2/21/2014
18. Spinning Dreams 2/21/2014
19. Getting On With It... 2/21/2014
20. Beloved Ones 2/21/2014
21. Between The Lines 2/21/2014
22. Nine Words 2/21/2014
23. Raise It Up! 2/21/2014
24. We Are Tribe! 2/21/2014
25. From Whole Cloth 2/21/2014
26. What If? 2/21/2014
27. Getting Home 2/21/2014
28. Just A Moment... 2/21/2014
29. Did You See That? 2/21/2014
30. Brrrrrr... 2/21/2014
31. Get Serious 2/21/2014
32. Taking Bearings 2/21/2014
33. Through Other Eyes 2/21/2014
34. Because I'M Alive 2/21/2014
35. Daughter Of The Oak 2/21/2014
36. When Odin Laughed 2/21/2014
37. Toward Sunset 2/21/2014
38. Howling 2/21/2014
39. Listen 2/21/2014
40. Content 2/21/2014

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Best Poem of Lynn Anne Brown

Also Known As Being Irish

I'm a Tree Elf
Well more accurately
A Human Tree Elf
But since I'm in this form
The Human Part is pretty obvious
It's the rest
That could use
A little explaining
And a little understanding
Of the Irish Spirit
That winds every bit of Life
Into a ball of Yarns
To be told Later
On Winter Nights
By the Fire

A Tree was planted
The Day that I was born
In a stand of Oak
Kept sacred and Apart
By an Inheritor of the Arts
Who once called himself
A Copenhager
When asked
What his religion was
By those who would have ...

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For All Who Fell

For all who fell we take a stand
Use all the skill at our command
To keep the peace for which they fought
To honour those in deed and thought
Who gave their lives so we might see
A time when all knew liberty
And while it seems so far away
This is the thing for which I pray
That one day we may celebrate

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