Tag Archive: poetry

Damn! it.

The silencing slices a piercing end to the glorious grovel captivation turns in shocking blasts A Time no longer changes in moments of recollection in stunned numbness the mesmerizing hold Powers forth more… Continue reading

For Mommys the world over

It is what it is in a chocolatey dream it seems in reams to bounce with joy as boys and girls, how they honour thee with tea and glee and breakfast in bed this… Continue reading

Break the Brain

An army vet has killed her dog As Son and beau took mom abroad The sun it shines, there is no rain Yet, headlines shake and break my brain   I cannot see… Continue reading

Le Pane di Pasqua

  One bite and flavour whisks me back to glory days of carefree pastels. A mother’s magic kneaded in love of season sugar-glazed, joy-filled. Paula Antonello Moore, Haiku poetry. Copyright: Tuesday, April 18, 2017. Image: Easter… Continue reading

The Resting

The resting rest was a test at best but what arose in pain far from gain achieved nothing but sluggish draw of mood and pen finger key a reach to pull up to… Continue reading

The Bright

When I look up from down I try to see what’s needed When I look down from up I seek it all When I look up from down I sense the purpose and phrase… Continue reading

Aglow

Upon the green of shamrock flower I rest with heart aglow For every year it brings its light As memories overflow. Upon the four-leaf-clover bright As luck would paint it still A treasured… Continue reading

Unfrosted trickle

Its frosty breath makes staying indoors a lot more fun. I can write here not worrying about frozen fingers. Story unfolds as slow as the ground is covered white.   Paula Antonello Moore,… Continue reading

Crutched

There once was a girl with a cast Who didn’t think it was a blast Just sitting all day While the world was at play She prayed that it so wouldn’t last.  … Continue reading

Dreamy

I wish i could be by a sea oh so free a sunset in sight, as the night covered me i’d float like a boat, ore-less dance in sheer glee and hope i could cope… Continue reading