I've had a horror poem published on 'Dark Gothic Resurrected.' It is a magazine with vampire and horror stories, poems and artwork.
Yes, I'm a published poet. You can see excerps from my poetry at http:www.motivatinonalpoetry.webs.com. My book is available for purchase at that website and also at amazon.com. I published about 3 or 4 poems here on hubpages...none of them are in my book collection of poems. Do you write poetry too?
Thank you both for the info!
@carol3san: I do write poetry and am currently working on a book of poems to publish through Amazon.
I am. Leland Hoburg.
Why do they come?
Drifting, falling in downward flight,
To some they are welcome,
As they fall to earth tonight.
The whiteness has turned to grey,
The sky was blue,
“What might he say?”
Someone would ask you.
And now all is dark,
“For was it right?”
I have heard the meadowlark
Cry out it the night.
“Was it his time to die?
And soon shall I?”
Life goes on through the days,
He no longer walks by my side,
As we wander through the fields of hay.
This brother of mine took a ride,
To the worlds above the ground.
In the time of night,
One might look around,
And see that he was right.
Peace be with you,
Brother of mine,
You venture to a world of new,
Where you will remember the time of nine.
“Weep not for me,”
Says he, “Remember what it is to be.”
Yes, I've had several poems published over the years in magazine, newsletters and a couple of books.
The best published poet on hubpages is saddlerider. He has a few books publshed.
Great question... I have poetry in Weeder's Digest (like an excerpt for the magic of gardening).
I have a poem in a book of poems But i don't think that company was credible.
I have poems in reader's digest, and online all over...blogs others websites.
Goal is to get my poems in magazines this year...
Why I am working on the daisyf/stephen king project.
Do you have poems published....???
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