Marlin Nightingale

Rookie - 86 Points (12/11/89 / Oklahoma, United States)

Marlin Nightingale Poems

1. The Forest 2/11/2010
2. Windmills 2/11/2010
3. Tales Of Two Captains 2/11/2010
4. O Thou Lion! 3/5/2010
5. Sleep 12/23/2010
6. What Is Luck? 12/23/2010
7. Summer Of Life 12/23/2010
8. Sleeplessness 12/23/2010
9. River Of Thought 12/23/2010
10. The Weak And The Strong 12/23/2010
11. One Night 2/10/2010
12. Desert Traveler 3/28/2011
13. Fierce Yet Gentle 3/28/2011
14. Self 3/29/2011
15. Her Happiness 4/3/2011
16. I Saw Him On A City Bus 4/4/2011
17. Steve Teavee 4/4/2011
18. Surfer 4/4/2011
19. Night In Africa 4/4/2011
20. Fairyland City 4/4/2011
21. Happy 11/2/2011
22. If I Could See Into Your Thoughts 12/13/2011
23. Of Earth 5/2/2013
24. And The Medic Thought 5/2/2013
25. Defining Chance 6/19/2014
26. Romance 10/10/2014
27. Once Was Stan 10/10/2014
28. What Is? 10/10/2014
29. Marriage 12/28/2014
30. The Fire And The Village 5/21/2015
31. Eye Of Romance 5/21/2015
32. Native Land 8/22/2016
33. The Oak 3/29/2011
34. Two Men And An Ambulance 3/29/2011
35. Football 3/29/2011
36. Miss Flirtatious 2/5/2010
37. Bloody Nonsense 4/3/2011
38. Unknown Soldier 12/23/2010
39. Youth 4/26/2013
40. Tell Yourself You'Re Happy 2/10/2010
Best Poem of Marlin Nightingale

The River Of Life

Yes the river, ever rushing,
On it's boundaries always pushing,
Leaping, scrambling, onward surging,
Swiftly moving, onward lurching.

Boulders, stones, it slaps, it pushes,
At some tree roots grabs-then rushes,
Moss and logs to join the fray,
Twisting, twirling on their way.

Calming eddies, raging rapids,
Temper showing; smooth and placid,
Cooling waters, seething spray,
Plumes that sparkle with the day.

Lifting hope to sun-parched land,
Giving beasts the strength to stand,
Giving life where death's firm grip,
Pulls the ...

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The River Of Life

Yes the river, ever rushing,
On it's boundaries always pushing,
Leaping, scrambling, onward surging,
Swiftly moving, onward lurching.

Boulders, stones, it slaps, it pushes,
At some tree roots grabs-then rushes,
Moss and logs to join the fray,
Twisting, twirling on their way.

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