Valerie Dohren

Gold Star - 6,566 Points (13 January 1947 / Southport)

Valerie Dohren Poems

201. I Knew A Song 5/19/2013
202. Dreamscape 9/17/2012
203. Heaven And Hell 2/13/2012
204. Final Song 6/27/2013
205. Youth Long Lost 7/17/2012
206. Before The Twilight Falls 8/15/2013
207. Universe 4/9/2014
208. The Passing Hours 10/31/2012
209. Where Will My Haven Be 7/31/2012
210. Sleep Well Tonight 8/11/2012
211. Shaded Avenues 7/22/2013
212. When Shall The World 7/1/2012
213. Oblivion 5/7/2013
214. I Thought I Saw You 9/19/2013
215. Nocturne 10/21/2012
216. Silence 6/30/2012
217. Here, In This Beautiful Moment 1/6/2015
218. At The River's Edge 1/29/2014
219. Call Me Softly 9/23/2012
220. Little Yellow Flowers 6/24/2012
221. Sunrise 3/5/2012
222. Where The Wild Gulls Fly 6/19/2013
223. Upon A Winter's Day 12/23/2012
224. Somewhere Shines A Diamond 11/26/2012
225. Those Days 12/23/2013
226. When I Am Gone 4/15/2014
227. A Response To Dylan Thomas 2/10/2012
228. Distant Shore 7/31/2013
229. Paperwork 9/24/2013
230. Stay With Me 6/12/2012
231. Two Shadows 3/19/2014
232. The Stars Are Shining Bright Tonight 10/24/2013
233. Lost Memories 5/16/2012
234. The Train To Hell 9/1/2012
235. Seasons Of Love 6/20/2013
236. Dust Of Gold 6/9/2013
237. Darkling Eyes 8/13/2014
238. Birds Eye View 2/22/2012
239. I'M Just A Woman 3/29/2013
240. I Lost A Lovely Dream 6/23/2013
Best Poem of Valerie Dohren

A Walk Through Paradise

I close my eyes to find a place
In different time and different space
And in imagination find
A cloistered arbour for my mind
Where thought may there be unconfined

Then in my dreams a path I take
As in a trance, yet wide awake,
To see the world with open eyes
Its glist`ning sands and azure skies -
I take a walk through Paradise

Suspended there reflecting deep
Where time is lost, immersed in sleep,
A sleep of ages long since passed
As on the sea of change were cast
All things which then were reckoned fast

Above all earthly cares to ...

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Can You See

Can you hear a gentle breath
Through fields of golden corn

Can you hear the willow shed
Her tears of dew at dawn

Can you hear a baby cry
A baby yet unborn

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