Susy Evelyne

Rookie - 120 Points (Bristol)

Susy Evelyne Poems

1. Garmisch-Partenkirchen 10/19/2013
2. Brazil Versus Mexico - World Cup Poem 6/17/2014
3. Quince Blossom - A Haiku 4/30/2014
4. World Cup Moments 7/3/2014
5. Suburban Spring 3/28/2014
6. Windswept Tree - A Haiku 1/27/2014
7. Sad Square Of Blue 10/4/2013
8. Yellow Archangels 10/7/2013
9. Searching For Christmas 12/17/2013
10. Eclair 11/1/2013
11. Vintage Autumn 11/14/2013
12. Wren Songs 10/3/2013
13. Northumberland Beach 10/8/2013
14. Mean Machine 10/25/2013
15. Uncle Steve Is In Love 10/14/2013
16. If You Have Never Lost A Moment... 1/15/2014
17. Wrong Code 3/18/2014
18. Bring On The Violets 3/15/2014
19. Cathedral Haiku 7/7/2014
20. Midnight, Mid June 6/17/2014
21. Plan B 8/17/2014
22. Sharing An Apple 1/27/2014
23. Little Voice In My Head 1/7/2014
24. Winter Rose 1/13/2014
25. The Secret Violet Killer 11/16/2013
26. Drinking - A Sad Tale 11/8/2013
27. Every Flower 10/11/2013
28. Boden Dress In The Sale 10/25/2013
29. Arrival At Instow 10/3/2013
30. Bumblebee In A Crocus 2/26/2014
31. Tides Turn 3/18/2014
32. Summer Rain - A Haiku 6/18/2014
33. Ever Since I Saw A Quince 5/1/2014
34. Ginkgo Tree - A Haiku 11/26/2014
35. Poet About Town 12/17/2013
36. Consolation From A Stranger 12/6/2013
37. Lovely, Random Memories 11/20/2013
38. For Walter 10/4/2013
39. Going Back To Bath 5/7/2014
40. To A Daughter Sleeping 7/7/2014

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Best Poem of Susy Evelyne

Life Was A Song You Would Sing

Life was a song you would sing
In your warm, beautiful way,
From the moment you first drew breath
Until your last mortal day.

Every morning you would rise,
Filled with hope, just as a bird,
And with an optimistic mind,
Make your way through the world.

Always a spring in your step,
You would walk, long and tall,
Singing a quiet song in your heart
Of life's joys, great and small.

There were times sorrow came,
When your heart yearned for peace,
But even then, not for one day
Did your melody cease.

Full eighty-seven years ...

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Wren Songs

Taking the allotments path
One morning, I found myself
Caught up in melodies as
Two wrens, invisible, trilled
Far-carrying songs to each other.
Their notes travelling overhead,
Piercing spring air as clearly
As the rays of sun.

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