Great Creations Poem by Dominic Windram

Great Creations

Rating: 5.0


Great creations are not rushed. They possess
A quiet fruitfulness. In due course, they
Tend to fall like ripened apples from trees,
On a vivid autumn evening, that's blessed
With red and gold leaves. True poets gather
Them and marvel at their subtle beauty.
O they wish to share them with the wider
World, and spread, those bold objects of their dreams!
Fashion's threadbare garments may come and go,
But great creations will always glow deep,
In our hearts, and make heaven's angels weep.
Their layers of meaning never grow old.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Harley White 03 May 2021

Excellent poem, with freshness in lyrical imagery...

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George Krokos 03 May 2021

Well written Dominic and thanks for sharing.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 04 May 2021

But great creations will always glow deep, In our hearts, and make heaven's angels weep. Their layers of meaning never grow old. So true Dominic! 5 Stars! Marvelously created, captured.and expressed.

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Soran M. H 05 November 2021

Good poets write very little, and when they write; They write something different from their previous experiences, in order to bring something new, always they are renewing themselves

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Soran M. H 05 November 2021

Your poems smell of originality, depth and rarity. Thank you, Shaun, I got to know your poems through him for the first time.

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Soran M. H 05 November 2021

This poem is written only by someone who has tried creativity and knows it well, this description is accurate and true, only a few creative poets know it

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Soran M. H 05 November 2021

fall like ripened apples from trees, On a vivid autumn evening, that's blessed With red and gold leaves. True poets gather Them and marvel at their subtle beauty.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 04 May 2021

Great creations are not rushed. They possess A quiet fruitfulness. In due course, they Tend to fall like ripened apples from trees, Beautiful start of the first 3 lines. Amazing poem!

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