Valsa George


Valsa George Poems

161. In The Sylvan Setting 9/25/2012
162. Rinse Clean 9/11/2012
163. The Valley On A Winter Night 1/21/2013
164. Five Liners No.8. A Simple Whim 2/3/2014
165. Twin Cinquains - Anger/ Fear 11/3/2013
166. Triplet. Insomnia 6/29/2015
167. Five Liner. Sleep 6/16/2015
168. Limerick.38. Road Sign 6/9/2015
169. Simple Verse.21. To My Little Daughter 6/19/2015
170. Five Liners.16. You.... 5/12/2015
171. Limerick.36. Obesity 6/5/2015
172. Escape 6/7/2015
173. A Pair Of Eyes 9/4/2015
174. Haiku. Seaweeds (5-7-5) 9/25/2015
175. Limerick.55. Brave Bill 9/29/2015
176. Children At Play 8/30/2015
177. Ruminations On Life 8/6/2015
178. Limerick- 46. On My Limerick. 8/12/2015
179. Simple Verse.23. Beggars - All 7/30/2015
180. Limerick- 58. Not That Easy! 10/13/2015
181. Nuggets Of Wisdom.No.9. On Sloth 10/28/2015
182. Limerick.66. A Question 11/11/2015
183. Nuggets Of Wisdom. No.10. On Greed 11/12/2015
184. Limerick.19.When Sorrows Come 8/29/2014
185. Sonnet.3. Our Home 8/20/2014
186. The Tale Of Easter Lilies-(Resubmission) 4/19/2014
187. The Wailing Of A Jailbird 12/1/2014
188. Five Liner. Paradox 12/7/2015
189. Tramp 1/3/2016
190. Limerick-73. Without Glass 1/8/2016
191. Five Liner- Summer In The South 2/27/2016
192. Five Liner- Winter In The West 2/27/2016
193. Marooned Mariner 4/8/2016
194. Sonnet.5. Smile 3/18/2016
195. Limerick- 94. His Sad Plight 10/20/2016
196. Limerick-86- A Whore Or A Wraith 8/14/2016
197. Limerick- 84. Great Treat 5/2/2016
198. Limerick- 85. Embarrassment 5/2/2016
199. An Agnostic's Prayer 11/1/2016
200. Limerick-87. Don't Be In Haste! 11/5/2016
Best Poem of Valsa George

Poet

Wielding a tool, mighty and spiky
Mightier than either the sword or rod
He reigns, monarch in Fancy's domain
Sketching life in fanciful colour and mode

Which with pain and strife fraught
Or bright with gaiety and grace
In finer yarn than the gossamer thread
On the fabric of words in befitting verse

He steals away from the noisy crowd
In to the stillness of the cloistered cell
To dwell with Fancy's mystic charms
Weaving downy dreams at will

He recounts forgotten tales of yore
Of bloody battles won and lost,
Of lovers united, amour defiled, ...

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That Dusky Eve

When rain had gone and dusk had fallen,
When birds had roosted and their chirping stilled,
When sky had cleared and the lone clouds trailed,
You held me close and whispered in my ear.

Your voice, like a tremulous rivulet gurgled,
With passion sweet, you did chant,
“In your eyes I see, the blue of the sky,
In your soul, you hold the depth of the seas,

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