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A Poets Puzzle
by E T Waldron
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
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Arising from my chair
my pen falls off my lap
on the floor a ray of sun
embraces it in golden glow
as I pick it up I feel energy

My brain cogitating, if I write
immediately will the poem
I have been working on
turn into a shining gem

I quickly pen a few words to see
behold a rainbow of colors
clothe words of sheer beauty
In a bouquet of floral fantasy

Snow white petals of a Gardenia
Proudly displays its glamour
While the scent attracts attention
A blood red Rose in all its glory
Seductively tells another story
Allowing its attar of perfume to mix
To rival  Gardenia's usual fix
The stately Orchid of lavender variety
Emits a gentle but telling notoriety
It gives a haughty glance to its lessers
While the orange flame of a Tiger Lily
Transcends them all but, loves to be silly
It is friend to blue Iris in proud display
Making this floral rainbow a divine bouquet
As I finish writing my pen disappears
Was this nought but a dream, I ask my peers?




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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/28/2006
No, Eileen, beautiful, beautiful words. Yes. Divine inspiration!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 6/28/2006
Dear Eileen,

This floral fantasy is filled with the colours of your soul. A divine bouquet, indeed!

Love & Light,
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/28/2006
You, Tiger Lily, truly transcend us all - and loving to be silly - is a wonderful thing!
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 6/28/2006
I think poems are a breeze of joy and love coming from the vast ocean of wisdom. Once you happen to be in the coast you certainly breathe the fresh salty air which will give you an eternal stimulation. Deep and profound poem. GBQ
Reviewed by Bennett 6/27/2006
For we all can relate to this poem as poets for we never know when the gift is upon us it just creeps up and then we have an itch to write.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/27/2006
This peer think it's a wonderful penyou got there...send me one of those...if not then let it be the!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 6/27/2006
A little whimsey, a little enchantment, a lot of skill, beauty and grace. This is a gardener's poem if one was ever written. You should submit this to "Birds and Blooms," "Better Homes and Gardens," "Organic Gardening" or some other garden lover's magazine. Wonderful poem!
Take care,
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 6/27/2006
Oh, I love this one, Eileen!
It shall go in with my treasured Keepers file!!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/27/2006
...the only thing that puzzles me is why I don't get these beautiful dreams or are they flashbacks to time when things were more simple...?
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/27/2006
Ever notice how the best poems are oftentimes the fasted -in a zone-
type of poems....
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 6/27/2006
This is so vivid and blooms with color and aroma for all to admire. My best, Gloria
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 6/27/2006
Truly beautiful flowers, just like this wonderful poem
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 6/27/2006
A flambeau of flavor...and finesse! And yes, I second your love of the fabulous orange tiger lily, back yard fence-line is bursting with them! I think of you...

This is eloquent, and the mystery...Divine! Love&prayers, Rhonda
Reviewed by jude forese 6/27/2006
the birthing of a poem first comes from the dream of it becoming alive ... beautiful poem ...
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 6/27/2006
Always a true channel from God, the prophet in YOU, Eileen..How powerful He speaks through you!

Peace & Love, Dove
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 6/27/2006
I smell the aroma of flowers and I see the colors through your pen and the graphic. The aura of your pen is flora to the zenith degree and more beautiful with each read.
Sis...this has the flavor of an English garden.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/27/2006

A superb and spontaneous composition, which just has slipped off your pen, into the annals of Author's Den history...:)
And the brilliant graphic compliments the words eloquently !
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/27/2006
The process is certainly a mysterious one dear soul.

In my experiences, I have found it always wise to be prepared for what comes through. Sometimes it only does so once!

A Poets contemplation here filled with the sensitivity born of experience!

Reviewed by George Carroll 6/27/2006
Magnificient poem as well as the art work that instilled it.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/27/2006
You were/are among friends, and I can completely understand how you feel, especially since I have just finished reading Mary Lynn Plaisance's "Cajun Fairies In the Land of Sha Bebe." What a wonderful surprise. This poem has the same mystical quality about it and very well constructed, but then, we have come to expect that from you.
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