Paige Scott Poems
|1.||The Blood Of Thousands||4/20/2009|
|3.||A Thing Of Beauty||7/28/2009|
|5.||A Ballad In The Dark||2/13/2011|
|8.||Sunshine One Day||4/16/2009|
|11.||In The Back Of My Mind||6/10/2009|
|13.||The China Cup||4/13/2009|
|14.||Do You Remember Love?||7/2/2009|
|15.||A Rhyme Of Simple Praise||5/12/2009|
|16.||The Christian Does Not Fear Thee, Death||6/12/2009|
|17.||Into The Mist||4/28/2009|
|21.||On The Melting Of Snow In Spring||4/9/2009|
|22.||The Treasure Box||4/8/2009|
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An angel set the sky ablaze
With an orb of crimson fire—
The smoke that rose was a purple haze
That spread o’er the flaming sky.
Then black was the night, like ashes
Remaining after so long a kindling.
And here and there in tender dashes
Were ember-stars, pale and cold-appearing.
I saw a new angel glide down
And set the moon, like a candle, in the air—
The moonbeams, like a mother’s gown,
I cling to in my memory.
And the warmth of the fire that burned the night
Warmed the hearts of those like me.
And the moonlight lit our hearts with a ...
The China Cup
A dainty cup and saucer grew upon a stem.
And pretty little ruffles adorned the both of them.
The China set was yellow and gently washed by rain—
Of course by April showers the cup is filled again.
China cup or Daffodil— which one I cannot tell—
But ‘tis first blossom of the spring –and that I know right well!