Tag: poetry

Feb 28 2013

The Race by D.H. Groberg

“Quit!” “Give up, you’re beaten!” they shout at me and plead,“There’s just too much against you now, this time you can’t succeed.”And as I started to hang my head in front of failure’s face,My downward fall is broken by the memory of a race.And hope refills my weakened will as I recall that scene.For just …

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Apr 23 2011

Cloud 9

gentle as a Summers breezeshe smiled at meand the butterflies flew wild and freesimple words spokenfrom lips yearning a kissyet I hesitateclutching at my every desireunfolding intricately in my mindshe does not see through mebut within meand the burning sensation growsbegging me not to be stillnot to miss a momentit settles the soul and rattles …

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Jan 13 2011

Remembering: Auntie Karen "Joy"

She was born on January 12th, 1950. Karen “Joy” Helen Martina was my grandmother’s first of seven children. She died at the young age of 38 just nine days after her birthday on January 21st, 1988. I was only 3 1/2 years old when she was killed. She was hit by a truck that ran …

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May 31 2010

A few poems to pass the time…

I don’t normally share my poetry. One of the many reasons is because I am my own biggest critic and I usually don’t think my poetry is good enough. Well I’ve written a few and damn near had a break down while writing this first one. I don’t expect you to understand them. Most poetry, …

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