Maureen Pickford


Maureen Pickford Poems

1. Desperate Measures 9/26/2011
2. Moon Musings 6/10/2012
3. A Sorry Story 8/14/2012
4. Bubbles 8/20/2012
5. Nellie 8/28/2012
6. Poetry 9/20/2012
7. Princess Insomniac 9/30/2012
8. The Wild North West 10/9/2012
9. My Scarves 10/27/2012
10. The Gift 10/27/2012
11. Show Of Poverty 10/28/2012
12. Over The Hill 10/28/2012
13. Minstrel 1/1/2013
14. The Stark Truth 1/3/2013
15. When You Left Me 1/20/2013
16. Ollie 1/31/2013
17. Hi Neighbour 2/14/2013
18. The Necklace 3/12/2013
19. Hate V Love 4/13/2013
20. The Thief 6/9/2013
21. Haiku (Continuation) 6/14/2013
22. Mrs Gabriel 7/1/2013
23. Hylas And The Nymphs 10/19/2013
24. Haiku (Keepsake) 10/19/2013
25. Piccadilly Gardens 12/18/2013
26. Haiku (The Moon) 12/18/2013
27. Haiku (Flower Themes) 3/2/2014
28. Future Present 3/2/2014
29. Molly 3/24/2014
30. Haiku (Blossom) 3/24/2014
31. Companion 9/8/2013
32. Haiku (Displacement) 9/8/2013
33. Haiku (Fallen Leaves) 10/3/2013
34. Haiku (Spring 2013) 4/6/2013
35. African Boy 9/12/2011
36. Betting Shops 4/21/2013
37. Beyond Our Hedge 9/7/2012
38. A Staycation 7/5/2012
39. Grandma's Footsteps 9/18/2012
40. Michaelmas Daisy Days 10/3/2013

Comments about Maureen Pickford

  • Marilyn Shepperson (3/26/2013 6:21:00 AM)

    Love the last line of your latest poem; LOL. Marilyn

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Best Poem of Maureen Pickford

Haiku (Three Snapshots)

Rainbow

Sunshine peeps through rain;
jewelled arc hangs in the air,
a crown overhead.

Debut

First butterfly flits
out of a blue April sky
air-kissed by sunlight.

Shower

Clouds wring out their rain,
birdbath overflows again,
wren bobs up refreshed.

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African Boy

No rain. A drought. And now two years have passed.
Three days desperate trek to save their souls.
They arrive exhausted by their long haul
And queue at camp with humanity's mass.

Now, set free from his mother's hold he gasps
As precious, sunlit, jewel-like droplets fall,
Poured into the makeshift, clenched plastic bowl.
Life giving water, his thirst quenched at last!

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