Valerie Dohren

Gold Star - 6,563 Points (13 January 1947 / Southport)

Valerie Dohren Poems

161. Hold Me Tender 9/25/2014
162. Imagination 8/25/2012
163. Sunset 3/16/2012
164. The Rain Keeps Falling 3/18/2013
165. Eclipse 7/14/2012
166. Becoming 5/21/2013
167. Infatuation 7/16/2012
168. The Snow Birds 4/25/2012
169. I Wrote A Poem 3/12/2014
170. She Has Gone Now 2/18/2013
171. Aspects Of Spring 3/15/2013
172. Next Time 2/20/2012
173. Watching 4/17/2013
174. Fortress 12/10/2012
175. World Of Wonder 6/22/2014
176. Summertime, O Summertime 11/4/2012
177. If I Had Ever Lived Before 6/25/2012
178. I Tried 12/14/2013
179. Mirage 7/24/2013
180. Soon There Will Be Roses 3/22/2014
181. Star 12/18/2012
182. Bluebells 7/18/2013
183. Another Year 12/30/2012
184. O Raging Wind 8/16/2012
185. Each Day 1/15/2014
186. What Say You My Heart So Tender 12/27/2012
187. In Fields Of Blue 11/18/2012
188. Better To.... Rather Than.... 3/18/2012
189. They Soon Forget 10/6/2014
190. The Yew Tree 9/3/2012
191. Behold Of The Splendid Ev'Nin' 7/1/2013
192. I'Ve Lost The Road To Paradise 6/3/2014
193. Close The Door 6/18/2013
194. It Matters Not 1/23/2014
195. Titanic 4/14/2012
196. Come My Love 8/20/2012
197. The Moon 5/13/2012
198. Annihilation 2/9/2012
199. Be Still My Love 10/15/2013
200. Morning 1/23/2013
Best Poem of Valerie Dohren

Ode To A Lost Love

'Oh sweet breath of eternal life
Dance ever `pon her silent breast
Released from pain and worldly strife
The one I love is laid to rest'

Her flaxen hair, like golden corn,
Fell soft about her lifeless face
And round her shoulders to adorn
As limp she lay in death`s embrace

Still young, the bloom of youth today,
Her life had barely yet begun
But all too soon to fade away
No more to dance beneath the sun

No more to laugh in sweet delight
Nor skip through pastures wild and free
Nor hear the nightingales sing bright
In pure and perfect ...

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The Rose

Calm the night and stilled the sea
Bathed in its tranquility
A fleeting glimpse of death`s repose
Gently stirred the sleeping rose

(But still too blind to understand
I let it wither in my hand)

The lifeless form fell to the earth

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