Before Internet, email and even telephones and planes, people from different countries were still falling in love and often having to maintain long distance love affairs separated by miles and seas.
"One night with the king" was all they had. What would they do with this night? Try to obtain favour for themselves? This poem is a poetic response to the ancient story of Esther, or Hadassah, who saved her people...
Some moments in life take our breath away and linger in our memories forever. These are the moments that shape who we are and how we love.
this is a poem i wrote for someone that's very near and dear to my heart.
Too many people are they strange or lonely or we need so desperately to change. Like a whole lotta craziness getting out of our comfort box. The cream of the crop just spread my cream cheese and lox
The dramatic monologue is a poetic form that was used by Victorian poets to its fullest, especially by Robert Browning, now considered one of the most talented and prolific dramatic monologists. It worked as a tool to...
A dramatic poem (with a hint of flash fiction) written in response to a photo prompt challenge of a country road in Autumn.
In the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks I decided to write a poem of sympathy, support solidarity for the world against terrorism and ISIS
I have long admired the dramatic monologue: Robert Browning, Amy Lowell, Edna St. Vincent Millay conveyed so much in a comparatively limited space. The following poems reflect stories of a lifetime.
Like a bubble, we thrive as we move from one phase of life to the next. Colors change from bright to dull, as we ebb and flow through transitions. Until the end, we learn to accept life's changes.