Ray Lucero


Ray Lucero Poems

1241. “ Just Look At Us ” 7/12/2011
1242. ' Weather Wars ' 5/26/2011
1243. “flim Flam Man” 1/21/2008
1244. “bob Was Right” 11/3/2011
1245. “light” 4/9/2006
1246. “gaia' 2/3/2008
1247. *****ray's Favorite Writings***** 12/31/2010
1248. 15 Minutes Of Ecstasy (For Lovers) 12/6/2005
1249. “5” 6/5/2007
1250. “hawaii” 5/1/2011
1251. ♥ ♥ Island Lovers ♥ ♥ 3/26/2008
1252. “acid” (To Timothy) 1/3/2006
1253. “all The World’s A Stage” 9/15/2008
1254. “great Souls Live In Crooked Bodies” 3/26/2006
1255. ***friendship*** 1/26/2008

Comments about Ray Lucero

  • Howard Savage (1/12/2016 6:54:00 PM)

    A true friendship can overcome troubled waters. Great poem.

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  • Laureen Lucero (10/19/2010 1:24:00 PM)

    Loved the Crooked Bodies poem. So true that we must look beyond the cover and see inside.

    Reenie

  • John Mccullagh John Mccullagh (10/26/2009 6:05:00 PM)

    Gaia was a moving and well written meditation about our common home. well done!

  • Lucianne Fasolo (10/5/2007 9:43:00 AM)

    Your poems are not just well-written, ;) They're amazing. And some are so touching, others just so cute! Love your style. Please let me know if (or when) you have a book published!

  • Tiffany Saxon Tiffany Saxon (2/13/2007 8:23:00 PM)

    A+! well written! and very tasteful.excellent poem!

Best Poem of Ray Lucero

***friendship***

When you sail troubled waters
I’m your oaken ship

Where you stand
I’m firmness neath your feet

When you stroll a summer’s day
I’m your umbrella, rain or shine

When you’re unhappy
I’m your circus clown

When you’re afraid
I’m a warm embrace

When you’re joyous
I’m your playmate

When you take ill
I’m a soothing balm

When Heaven calls you home
I shall be a loving archive of your life

ROTMS

(To best friends everywhere)

Read the full of ***friendship***

Narcissus

A boy, Narcissus long ago lived in Greece
Perfect of body, dark hair fine as fleece

The face of an angel, no one could deny
Fair skin, large eyes as blue as the sky

A nymph for a mother, his father a god
Who ruled over all rivers, narrow 'n broad

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