A Voice, A First Date


Hello dear readers, I found another folder of my older poems today. I had called the poem booklet, “Honour And Wisdom”.  And here’s another one of these personal love poems, that I’ve been posting recently,… ., from a time, when I had new lady in my life. I thought maybe it’s about time I presented these pieces from my archives. The relationship finished four years ago, so I thought that enough time has lapsed, for me to now show you, another side/story of my life….……I am also presenting this article, on “Go Dog Go Cafe’s” fabulous initiative, Promote Yourself Monday’s….. To visit their wonderful site, please Click >>HERE

A Voice, A First Date

The moons glowing, silvery stark

My dream’s a shadow in the dark

She’s a cloud of mystique

I’ve only heard words, on my wrist

The sun’s rising, I’m forlorn

My heart’s been pounding ’til dawn


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Dream Song ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Walt's Writings

Voices in the wind
Fleeting visions
In my dreams
Bits of music
Familiar melodies
Creating my dream song
My mother’s sweet voice
Singing me a lullaby

“Hush my baby, don’t you cry
Mama’s singing you a lullaby”

A mix of memories
Lulling me to sleep
As I let my dream song
Carry me to Neverland

~The Tennessee Poet~

©Walt Page 2019 All Rights Reserved

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Megha's World

hello-i-m-nik-698722-unsplash.jpgMaybe this is my share of love

my share of light,

which I can cup in my palms

and be satiated

imbued with pure delight

of feeling alive

with thought brimming in this resplendent mind

that life though is a myth

but I’m still living this fanciful reality

with all its vigor and gist

Maybe this sliver of light is

good enough to light up the dark corners of my heart

the credulity of time

which has fooled us for eons

is finally

going to meet its death

the charade is going to end

Maybe it’s the reason to celebrate

and be filled with joy

like of the new blooming petunia

outside my home

that it all ends

where it starts

and life comes a full circle

a wilting flower

gives seeds for the new life to sprout.


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Saturday Six Words Story Prompt # 9

Keep it alive

Shwetais the host of Six Words Story Prompt

(October 26, 2019 – November 1, 2019)



” To be or not to be”


I will do a roundup post each Friday. So please be sure to participate before time runs out!

I can’t wait to read your stories. 😀 I hope that you’ll be back for next week’s Six Word Story Prompt. 🙂

Have fun! Thank you for participating. Until next week, folks!



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“What helps protect us is the noisy, life-affirming dissent of the young.”

Art of Quotation

“In this sea of protest, a common factor is

the increased willingness of undemocratic regimes, ruling elites and wealthy oligarchies to use force to crush threats to their power – while hypocritically condemning protester violence.

Repression is often justified in the name of fighting terrorism, as in Hong Kong. Other culprits include Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Myanmar and Nicaragua.

This global phenomenon of unfulfilled youthful aspirations is producing political timebombs. Each month in India, one million people turn 18 and can register to vote. In the Middle East and North Africa, an estimated 27 million youngsters will enter the workforce in the next five years. Any government, elected or not, that fails to provide jobs, decent wages and housing faces big trouble.”

“Numbers aside, the younger generations have something else that their elders lacked: they’re connected. More people than ever before have access to education. They are healthier. They appear less…

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