Books by Rhonda Marie Baumgardner
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True To The Vow
Weaving Dreams As One
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Today I use the wolf in my poem
because it is an endangered species
also. Especially in Wyoming, Idaho &
Alaska. Their slaughter is
never ending & sad. Who are we
to say that they don't have a right
This poem is about us all living
together..with respect for the other.
Cloud's hide the sun this day
Sun rays shoot out anyway
All as the sun lowers to touch
the mountain tops
Such beauty causes her breath to stop
As she sits there on a pasture so
He walks up completely unseen
His massive shadow envelopes her
His love and safety is here to conquer
His massiveness is not scary
She has no reason to be wary
As he sits beside her on the green
Stretching out legs so lean
She touches his hand and whispers of the beauty before them
Long grasses, high mountains with tall trees and beautiful flowers
with thorny stems
They sit together watching
the moon rise
As wolves begin their cries
They sit unafraid as the wolf begins
it nightly roam
It's not them he's after as long
as they give him some room
Beauty is all around
It speaks with & without a sound
Man and woman in the
mist of the wild
Creatures and wilderness they
must protect like a child
It is serene today
Let's not let it be taken away
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|Reviewed by Axilea MU
|Unfortunately, it seems that we don't know how to live with the rest of the world nor do we know how to live in harmony with the rest of Humanity.
As a woman, I find myself closer to nature. Men often want to dominate: nature, women, each other...
Thanks for sharing,
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|I agree with you my fellow poet for I will never wear mink or a fox.|