sylvia spencer

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sylvia spencer Poems

121. A Job For A Lad 10/18/2006
122. A Large Chunk Of Disapearance 11/1/2006
123. As Often Fades 11/5/2006
124. The Message Of Poetry 2/12/2006
125. The Modern Valentine 2/13/2006
126. The Riddle Of The Cockney Sparrow 2/23/2006
127. Crumbling Chalk 11/17/2006
128. A Little Shepherd Boy 11/26/2006
129. December 12/2/2006
130. The Village Well 2/24/2006
131. Christmas Cards 12/20/2006
132. A Bats Tale 2/16/2007
133. A Basket Of Goodies 2/24/2007
134. A Crafty Blackbird 4/22/2007
135. A Blackbird 4/22/2007
136. Cat Flu 8/21/2007
137. A Friend To The End 8/25/2007
138. A Man Made Of Straw 11/3/2007
139. A Donkey Tale 11/6/2007
140. A Memory 7/16/2008
141. A Story In Print 10/8/2006
142. A Lonely Weekend 5/22/2006
143. A Bright Sunny Day 7/14/2008
144. Beware Of The Stars 2/20/2007
145. Middle Age 2/13/2006
146. A Rainy Day 11/16/2006
147. House And Home 4/19/2005
148. Beacon Light 4/3/2006
149. Treasured Friends 3/18/2006
150. Larry Had A Hat 3/16/2006
151. Patience 5/5/2006
152. Butcher Bill 8/4/2006
153. The Gift Of Writing 3/13/2006
154. The Cat That Came To Tea 2/24/2006
155. A Buttercup Tale 4/16/2007
156. Where Is Christmas 11/27/2007
157. A Carpet Tale 1/11/2007
158. A Bunch Of Roses 4/11/2007
159. A Day At The Races 3/26/2006
160. Where Have All The Children Gone 3/10/2006

Comments about sylvia spencer

  • Scarlett Treat (8/9/2007 2:42:00 PM)

    If there is ANYONE at all on this site who can find fun in the stinky side of life, then Sylvia it is! ! It doesn't matter what subject she chooses, whether it is her cat, Mr. Pong, the neighbor's name it, and Miss Rosie can find the fun in it. But that is not all she writes about. She finds the joy in a beautiful day,
    the love she shares with others, just life itself. She is so much fun to know, and I treasure her friendship so very much! Scarlett

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  • Vra Parody (9/29/2006 9:12:00 PM)

    one of the better writers at poem hunter...better than pretentious people who write incomprehensible crap...

  • Kee Thampi (9/13/2006 12:40:00 AM)

    All great writes are really posed to in its simplicity and in its vivid colours of depictions. A travel to own past life of lyrics and lovely nature - driving to a unknown splurgely mad loves....Poet also makes new homely experiments with her own verses...

  • Lisa Wilkinson (6/2/2006 5:49:00 PM)

    Sylvia has a great young sense of humour and is full of praise and encouragement for others. Her poems are varied and I do love Macafee the cat poem so if you have time read it. Its called The cat who came to tea. Bravo Sylv.x

  • Michael Shepherd (4/27/2006 11:02:00 AM)

    Sylvia, your poetry is unique, sometimes I don't know whether to laugh or cry or manage both at once - so it's really good that you're going to be published so that others can enjoy you being you! Best wishes, Michael

  • Janice M Pickett (3/30/2005 2:58:00 PM)

    Sylvia. I love your style. You are a really sweet person. Your poems are a picture of your character.


  • Mary Nagy (3/21/2005 1:03:00 PM)

    Thank you for your comments on my 'old-age' poem...Of course I don't feel I am old, this poem was written with tonque in cheek...I am feeling older....but not old of course. My life gets better with each year so truly I enjoy the aging process more than most would think. Sincerely, Mary

Best Poem of sylvia spencer

Happy Endings

Is there always a happy ending,
to every song and a story.
Some are happy, and others weep,
and then there are those,
that finish in glory.
Is there a happy ending, to every day,
maybe not, when your filled with grief
and it's not stopped raining,
and the sky is grey.
Happy endings are made by you
it's how you work, and go about it,
can make that ending come true..
Just be yourself, however small,
and smile when things get out of tune,
a happy ending, can be found.
Then life becomes, just one honeymoon

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In Every Town

In every town there is a shop, one that will make
your eye's go pop. A curio shop that has a bell
on the door and there infront of you are trinkets galore.
In the corner there is always a clock and
when it strikes it sends your body into shock.
Highly polished furniture where you can see your
face but you can never move round because there
is no space.Your frightened to breath in case you
knock something down, then the goggled eyed

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