Author Archives: Dawn Marie Paone DiMartino
Surround Me Lord with your light Help protect me within this night On this day and in future hours Please fill me with loves’ light powers As you are so I too shall be; Help me to show the world … Continue reading
Narrow minds Two sides; stones thrown Each closed to other Seeds of hatred sown One life for another Choices blown Nary thought to feel Turbidity’s home Passive plans Objectivity flown Freezed stagnant Totality shown Vehement words Corrupts to clone Abhorrent … Continue reading
Past Revisited Past revisited once again Hoping for others’ lives to mend Ships sail on, broken, sails frayed Frothy backwash is what remains Sadly seen are the facts One to another responsibility lacks Power struggles continue on Same ‘ole vicious … Continue reading
Outside The Lines is a collection of poetry and prose on love, relationships, family, fear, anxiety, death and all of life’s wonderful splendor, which can be found at the below link.
Gentle breezes blowing by, Clouds are forming in the sky. Chimes are playing a melodious tune; Porch sitting with coffee brewed. Birds chirp out notes of calling, Cicadas’ wings give words of warning – Dragonflies eat on the fly; Another … Continue reading
The light of the Moon; She calls to me – Her draw of energy, Makes it difficult to sleep. Through windows peeking; Illuminating the sky so bright and full – Her beauty floats softly; Drawn eye-lids feel the pull. If … Continue reading