Wendy Webb

Wendy Webb Poems

1. Caesarea Philippi 11/8/2011
2. Eyes Of The Beholder 11/9/2011
3. Autumn Colours At Blickling Hall 11/11/2011
4. Perspectives On Jane Eyre 11/11/2011
5. Jewels From Your Crown 11/12/2011
6. Shadows Fading In The Light 11/12/2011
7. Tabgha 11/12/2011
8. Sailing Upriver Together 11/13/2011
9. Sold 11/13/2011
10. Crystal Trails 11/18/2011
11. Fireside Crystals 11/18/2011
12. Whisper At The Hearth 11/20/2011
13. Strangers 11/20/2011
14. The Empty Purse 11/22/2011
15. Death's Pallor 11/22/2011
16. Mirror On A Bygone Age 3/14/2012
17. The Vagabond 3/14/2012
18. Feeding Time 3/15/2013
19. Beginners On Dry Ski Slopes 3/15/2013
20. Dreams Of The Farmyard 3/15/2013
21. Images 11/7/2011
22. Empty Cradle 11/7/2011
23. Scuba Diving 5/29/2013
24. Yesterday 8/29/2014
25. Ungainly Flight 5/29/2013
26. Under The Christmas Tree 11/15/2011
27. Bonfire Night 11/8/2011
28. Winter's Ending 11/7/2011

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  • Paula Puddephatt Paula Puddephatt (7/1/2010 10:25:00 AM)

    Hi Wendy,
    Just joined this site and looked you up. Haven't got as far as working out how to put poems up yet! : -)

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Best Poem of Wendy Webb

Winter's Ending


Winter’s frost has melted away
Ending snow’s fast slurries by day
Icy chills and pitch black at night
Melting sludge and puddles by light.

Snowdrops peeking amid the snow
Crocuses add to bright Spring’s glow
Brightening days with daffodils
Hyacinths on the window sills.

Golden Summer heralded on
May blossom falls and Oak Trees don
Rich leaves and grasses deep’ning green
The garden’s jewels, red roses seen.

But furnace colours are the best
With all the trees for Autumn dressed
The short’ning days and crunch of...

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Empty Cradle


I opened my present early this year,
whispering with the angel, “Do not fear”.
Glad tidings announced with great hope and joy,
containing the burden of one lost boy.
Yet recognised terrors, unknown, seeped in,
costly, the gift, impossible to win.
I retained your burden inside my palm,

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