Peter S. Quinn

Peter S. Quinn Poems

3281. It’s Snowing Again 2/4/2011
3282. When You Were A Child 3/30/2007
3283. To The Darkness Comes The Sun 3/30/2007
3284. Forget-Me-Not 3/30/2007
3285. I Am Trying To Catch The Wind 4/1/2007
3286. Sonnet 127, Oh If You'D Sing 4/1/2007
3287. Every Time We'Ll Try 4/4/2007
3288. Sonnet 37, Each Time Is Fresh 4/4/2007
3289. Sonnet 11, All Time Is Spend 4/5/2007
3290. Feeling The Darkness 4/7/2007
3291. Lighter And Lighter (Also A Song At Sibeliusmusic) 4/11/2007
3292. Picture Poem (A Different Orchestration) 4/11/2007
3293. Take Me As I Am 4/11/2007
3294. On The Wings Of The Wind 4/22/2007
3295. Give Me A Time To Run 4/22/2007
3296. From Somewhere Around 2/4/2011
3297. Magic Evening 2/4/2011
3298. #5 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3299. #12 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3300. #17 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3301. #18 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3302. #40 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3303. #41 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3304. #42 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’) 4/22/2007
3305. One Cell In Time 4/25/2007
3306. On The Road 4/25/2007
3307. To An Unknown Destiny 4/25/2007
3308. These Are The Songs That Came From My Head 4/25/2007
3309. Blue Are The Flames (From, Akhenaton, I) 4/25/2007
3310. The Flames Of The Unknown Poems (From, Akhenaton, Ii) 4/25/2007
3311. In Memory Of Past Summers (From, Akhenaton, Iii) 4/25/2007
3312. Sonnet 195, You Are As Lovely 4/25/2007
3313. Inside-What Never Gets Old 4/25/2007
3314. Renewed By A Rose 4/25/2007
3315. I'M The Guy With The Green Blue Eyes (A Lyric) 4/25/2007
3316. Another Midnight (From 134 Picture Poems) 4/25/2007
3317. Archer Who Plays (From 134 Picture Poems) 4/25/2007
3318. Architecture Hands (From 134 Picture Poems) 4/25/2007
3319. Awake Two And Two (From 134 Picture Poems) 4/25/2007
3320. Dim Songs (From,134 Picture Poems) 4/26/2007

Comments about Peter S. Quinn

  • Giuseppe Forte Soul (12/2/2018 4:03:00 PM)

    I read your poems and they are wonderful

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  • Peter S. Quinn (9/12/2018 6:36:00 PM)

    Haiku comes easy,
    it's a seasonal poem
    -with lots of shades in.

  • Valeriano Lou Dumlao (8/10/2018 8:04:00 PM)

    Can you help me to make haiku

  • Gurda (5/11/2018 3:28:00 PM)

    Hi I have a phew q about your life

  • Amir Mohammad Islami Chalandar (6/7/2014 7:00:00 AM)

    nice poems. you are great in showing feels.that shows a good improvement. i invite you to read my poems at my poets page. that is a friendly invitation

  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (8/6/2009 8:06:00 AM)

    very beautiful imagination and illustration, i like your poems

  • Ruby Root (10/15/2006 7:51:00 PM)

    Hi Peter, Your poetry is beautiful. Really kind and gentle. You seem like a caring person.

Best Poem of Peter S. Quinn

Sad In Blue (A Lyric)

Sad sad sad in blue
For sad sad sad you
The moon is all bluish tonight
The night is all dark out side
Nowhere to run
Sad sad sad in blue

Into the night hold me tight
Love me babe I need some light
What's wrong and what's right
When shadows dwell and abide

Sad sad sad in blue
For sad sad sad you
The moon is all bluish tonight
Is there some star shoot in sight
To wish upon
For sad sad sad you

Into the night take a flight
Feelings, touch, everything out sight
Love me with feelings ok
Come come babe now closer ...

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All Things Must Past

All things must past what of day is here born
First it gives pleasure and then it is gone,
Like a glow from dawn's new rising pylon
Light of the day that to dark is forworn;
All what to fate is impaired and forlorn
Turning to echoes like fading carillon,
Forgot in darkness what once was of dawn
First it was merry - but now it is lorn.

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