Nancy Crossman

Rookie [Annabel Sheila] (Canada)

Nancy Crossman Poems

1. Thirty Eight Thousand Feet 8/15/2009
2. Unspoken Promise 8/17/2009
3. When I Hear A Seagull's Cry 11/16/2009
4. Humanity In Tragedy - Haiti - Earthquake-January 2010 1/14/2010
5. Sonnet To Forever Love 1/14/2010
6. Would You? 1/14/2010
7. Silent Vows 1/14/2010
8. In My Garden 1/14/2010
9. Unwritten History 3/24/2010
10. Caribbean Moments 11/16/2009
11. On Angels' Wings 10/21/2011
12. Dancing With Neptune 10/21/2011
13. Sunset Kiss 10/21/2011
14. Sea Dancer 5/11/2014
15. Inner Child 5/11/2014
16. Tyrone Saves The Day 5/12/2014
17. Harley's Dragon Wagon 5/12/2014
18. The Groom 10/21/2011
19. Dancing Naked With Trees 11/16/2009
20. The Lonely Teen 5/11/2014
21. Woman In The Mirror 3/24/2010
22. See What Tomorrow Brings 8/15/2009
23. Pen And Prose 8/14/2009
24. The Fisherman's Life 1/14/2010
25. Horse Ride 8/17/2009
26. Two Rainbows 8/14/2009
27. Beginning To End 8/13/2009
28. Angels Are Everywhere 8/17/2009
29. Whispers 8/13/2009
30. Mermaid's Tears 8/14/2009

Comments about Nancy Crossman

  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/8/2014 12:48:00 PM)

    i love your poems actually you need to improve your skills in writing.please write more, i invite you to read my poems at my poets page

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  • Dr. Ratan Bhattacharjee Dr. Ratan Bhattacharjee (1/15/2010 5:51:00 AM)

    Big questions in a small poem...

Best Poem of Nancy Crossman

Mermaid's Tears

Oh how many tragic tears,
Must mermaids weep each day?
To leave behind the trail of gems,
Washed up on the shore in the bay.

Beautifully sculpted sea glass,
Is mermaid’s tears they say,
But it may be magical, mystical dust,
Sprinkled by mermaids at play.

Maybe the sparkling pieces of glass,
Were not really theirs to keep,
So every day, when the tide goes out,
They toss them back onto the beach.

Perhaps they’re being playful,
Teasing us into their game,
They sprinkle treasures for us to find,
Not to join them would be a ...

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Two Rainbows

Two rainbows graced the evening sky,
Completely awed, I wondered why.
Brilliant hews of vibrant light,
Glowed in the darkening sky of night.
Side by side the rainbows glimmered,
As raindrops on the window shimmered,
Radiantly towering, they were so tall,
The rainbows made me feel so small.
A spectacle of nature I was privy to,

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