Author Archives: Dawn Marie DiMartino

About Dawn Marie DiMartino

I had lived most of my youth in New York, but have been a native of Florida for over 20+ years. I am recently separated, a mother of 2 adult children and I am a retired analyst. My passion for writing and drawing started at a very early age. I have continued through my adult life taking a pen to hand and compiling my innermost thoughts, feelings and expressions on paper. My writing and drawing keep me in a calming frame of mind when I am putting it all down. Some/Most of my writings can tell you about my personal story. I have published 4 poetry books, 3 children's books, and have been involved in 4 anthologies.

Breezes

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

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Moon

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

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Phoenix

Phoenix © 2016 Nature’s Bountiful Poems Black smoke is rising – Setting of the sun. Flames raising higher, No song to be sung. Crackling and splintering, Layer by layer undone . Once more the flames are rising – From the … Continue reading

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Caught

Caught Lovers lost their golden times, Circumstances wrought; Higher life now given one – Nary to be sought. Wretched heart, time after time – Love always to be bought; While others no longer pass the line – Shady plays on … Continue reading

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Reach

Looking into the mirror; metal with a piece of spun glass, Images swim by before me; Looking forward and looking past. My heart it gives a flutter; the tides are turning fast, long reach from one to another; images are … Continue reading

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Wasteland

The shadows have fallen once again, The curtain calls have come. No more the smiling faces seen; No shine of setting suns. Secluded from self and others, Hermitous do become. Karma’s fog to roll around; Trusting naught and no one. … Continue reading

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Gift of Reading

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