Morgan Michaels


Morgan Michaels Poems

361. Whales Lll 9/30/2012
362. 60 10/3/2012
363. 61 10/3/2012
364. Swans L 10/4/2012
365. Swans Ll 10/4/2012
366. Swans Lll 10/4/2012
367. 103 10/13/2012
368. 104 10/13/2012
369. 105 10/13/2012
370. 106 10/13/2012
371. 107 10/13/2012
372. 102 10/13/2012
373. 113 10/14/2012
374. 116 10/14/2012
375. So 10/15/2012
376. A Snippet 10/15/2012
377. A Visit From Diotima Lv 10/15/2012
378. 117 10/16/2012
379. Morning 10/16/2012
380. 120 10/17/2012
381. 119 10/17/2012
382. 122 10/17/2012
383. 124 10/17/2012
384. 126 10/17/2012
385. 125 10/17/2012
386. 130 10/17/2012
387. 129 10/17/2012
388. 127 10/17/2012
389. 128 10/17/2012
390. 133 10/17/2012
391. 121 10/17/2012
392. 134 10/17/2012
393. 135 10/17/2012
394. 136 10/17/2012
395. A Steeplechase L 10/18/2012
396. A Steeplechase Ll 10/18/2012
397. 137 10/18/2012
398. 138 10/19/2012
399. 139 10/19/2012
400. 141 10/20/2012

Comments about Morgan Michaels

  • Diane Hine Diane Hine (6/12/2014 11:36:00 PM)

    Morgan Michaels' poems are as fine as Leonardo's sketches.

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  • Megan Russell (12/20/2012 11:30:00 AM)

    Can you do me a favor and let me know what you think about my second poem 'Untitled.' I am new to writting poetry and Im curious to know what you think.

  • Filippo Stella Filippo Stella (11/4/2012 8:20:00 AM)

    I prefer to read 50 poems like these, than one only poem of 50 lines

    well, it will take at least 1 week to read all
    anyway, I did it with E.D., I can do it also with M.M.
    =)

Best Poem of Morgan Michaels

Under Heavan

Clouds under heaven fly
Winds over meadow hie
Through kept field and forest wild
Rambles my motherless child.

Leaves along the alley fly
Over the valley ravens cry
Higher than the mountain lies
The land of the heart's desire.


Hesse

Read the full of Under Heavan

Aunt Fritzi I

What she was is not exactly clear
but as often shown resting in an armchair reading the Times,
a journalist, perhaps? the way she looked
she could have been an ex-rockette.

It is natural and understandable
that she kept so firm a rein on Nancy,
her ward, troublesome child,
who lived with her for reasons

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