❤️❤️ You are my love moon.❤️❤️

Romantic Love Poems- Words from Heart

A thousand stars dot the night sky,
But the only light that catches my eye,
Is you.
You are my moon.

The one silver lining to my haze,
And no matter how dark my days,
I know these eyes will always find you.
You my darling you ,
are my moon.

Stronger and bigger than all those twinkling lights,
Capturing my romantic heart,
Weaving soft dreams in my mind.
You , my darling you,
Are my moon.

And I always smile when I gaze up at you,
Touch your ivory soul with my fingers so true,
No distance exists between me and you.
You , my darling you,
Are my moon.

Forever reflecting in my eyes,
My moon.
My hope, my happiness, my shine,
My moon.

Yes you, my darling you,
Are my moon.

And I love you.
©️©️Sona and Roy, 2021,
All rights reserved.
Sparkling freeze ✨💖🌘❄️.

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“Who Hears Me”, by Ivor Steven, up at Spillwords

Go Dog Go Café

I am thrilled to announce the publication of my poem ‘Who Hears Me’ at Spillwords Press today, and would like to thank the team at Spillwords for their continued support of my poems. Please go and visit their fabulous magazine, by clicking on this link >> https://spillwords.com/who-hears-me/ and maybe click-on the like 🤍 button for me..

Who Hears Me

My ears are funnels
But I do not want to hear
The voices

My lips do part
But I do not speak
The words

My knees do bend
But I cannot sit
While I can still stand

My eyes are open
But I do not want to see
My shadow falling

Ivor Steven (c) March 2021

G’day, and welcome to my blog site. My name is Ivor Steven, I live in Geelong, Australia. I’m an ex-industrial chemist, and a retired plumber, and a former Carer of my wife(Carole), for 30 years…

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Featured Poet in the Women’s National Book Association(WNBA-DC) Celebrates “Women in Poetry’s Future” Event on April 20,2021

Megha's World

Screenshot 2021-03-15 at 4.59.16 PMScreenshot 2021-03-10 at 12.13.28 PMI’m extremely proud to share the news that I have been chosen as one of the panelists for the upcoming poetry event curated by the Women’s National  Book Association(WNBA)  – DC Chapter for the National Poetry Month, April 2021. The event will be taking place on April 20, 2021, at 7 pm EST. Extremely thankful to the Founder of the Poetry Matters Project, Lucinda Clark, and WNBA DC Member NC Weil for creating and managing this event.

It’s my honor and privilege to share the space with Alora Young, 2020 youth poet laureate of Nashville, and Sophia Falco, a recent UC Santa Cruz graduate who believes poetry has the immense potential to create a change of heart regarding the perception of those who struggle with bipolar disorder—herself included.

The Women’s National Book Association (WNBA) is a nonprofit professional association of women and men who work with and value…

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Sarah Doughty

“Thank you for believing in me
when I was filled with
nothing but doubts.”

I still dream of you. The taste of it still lingers on my tongue like sugar. A constant reminder of all the lessons you taught me. And I’ve held on to the good ones. Remembering your smile and your laugh as if they’re happening right in this very moment in front of me. That is what I choose to keep with me. You were the best of everything I ever hoped to learn, and your lessons still resonate with me today.

© Sarah Doughty

Thank you for believing in me
when I was filled with
nothing but doubts.

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The Kindness of Strangers

Come ad Enjoy This

Penny Wilson Writes

In this day of body-shaming, racially insensitive remarks and the violence we seem to be subjected to everyday, it’s nice to know that there are still kind-hearted people in this world. I know that the incident that I want to share with you is a Very Small Thing, but at the time, it felt Huge. It reminded me that even the little things can mean a lot to another person.

This last Saturday, I was on my way home from getting my 2nd COVID vaccine. I think that this fact put me in an especially good mood. Hope on the horizon! I pulled into the lot of a local Winco Foods warehouse grocery store and parked my car. I donned my mask, grabbed my purse and headed inside.

The only thing I went inside for was some milk and bread. I’ve done very little in-person grocery shopping since the…

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