Biography of Twilight Whispers
These are my poems from 2006-summer 2010. My poems since then can be found here: http: //www.poemhunter.com/r-l-allen/
Writing to me is like breathing. It's fundamental to life...and sometimes, like my breath, my poems are short and hurried - to the point. Other times they are long and calm and much more expressive.
Please listen to and support this AWESOME artist! It's not me, and you don't have to listen...but you'd really be a lovely person if you did! :) Thank you lots.
Twilight Whispers Poems
Everybody dreams. Children dream, Adults dream, Old people dream.
A Love Now Lost
What was once a blossomed love, Now seems old and tired. You're not the person I used to know, The one I once admired.
Up in the sky I wonder why The clouds are fluffy and white.
I Am Where You Are
I am where the rainbows end The place where all the fairies send Their sugar and mending hearts.
Distance means so little when you love someone this much When you're dreaming of their smiling and their silkly gentle touch And the stars are shining in the sky and the moon is bright as such That we're hoping that we'll find a way to suddenly keep in touch
A Better Day
The fire in the sky is burning The child in my heart is yearning As I learn the truth about you The wind is blowing through my soul
Forget me not, Forget me never, Remember the memories We made together.
Sarah Teasdale Variation
It will not change now After only a year Time hasn't broken it With parting or tears
You read my thoughts through misty eyes, Like thunder threatens sunny skies,
And There Was You
There was once a girl, she was like me She cried when she was sad She smiled when she was happy And shouted when she was mad.
Lost For Words
“What do I write? ” said the girl in pink. “My mind is tangled and I can’t seem to think! ” She threw down her pen and stormed out the room, Hoping she’d conjure up something soon.
We should be catching snowflakes on our faces, Disappear into the North and feel our heart as it races, Sail through the snow and sing in the wind, Relishing the happiness this adventure would bring,
Cradling The Moon
I'm doing all I can to hold onto you, take my hand in yours and dance,
Her Unfinished Verse
That's not the end of the world, they say, as they stand huddled in groups, Watching tiny fragments of an infinate hazy jigsaw fall sharply from the clouds
The moon was dark, the sky was black
The wind was bitter and strong
I hugged my knees and wondered
Where I should belong.
My mind became all muddled
Tangled and confused
My heart felt cold and broken
Lonely and accused.