Tag Archives: Poetry
Finally, I was able to re-find the verse to a beginning Sonnet-couplet that I created today (Saturday, November 23, 2013). After my mind went blank and retracing my thoughts in my mind and writing out various versions, here is the … Continue reading
I started writing this particular (incomplete) Sonnet on Friday, November 22, 2013: 1st QUATRAIN: “No waste for the taste that blesses food’s grace! Enough starvation to appreciate– The current state of one’s dominion-state On this commemorated feasting date!”
I started writing this particular (incomplete) Sonnet on Thursday, November 21, 2013: 1st COUPLET “Place awareness where letdown makes failure A held yet discouraging barrier!”
A Shakespearean-Sonnet Would the degree in this polite please be, The request I needed to appease thee–To unease the rudeness that estrangesand change the manners by which we proceed? Please, may I be, the glad* intervieweeOf every reason why … Continue reading
Copyright 2013 (c) Lorenzo Morgan Jr. Knees to ground, hands are bound*, while soil surrounds Nature sounds, time is found–to till around! Seeds are abound, Perennials astound, Annuals rebound–to work growth’s compound! Seasons change, while temperatures exchange Sunlight arrange–to feed … Continue reading
A Tanka Poem by Lorenzo Morgan Jr. A stranger at best, That is somebody’s birth-child! Whose drawbacks exist, As viewed by a parent’s gaze. That is somebody’s birth-child. Copyright (c) 2013 Lorenzo Morgan Jr.
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