Category: Poetry

Caffeine (a poem) by Danielle Sainte-Marie

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Now, I do not drink caffeine at all, but one day when I was in a "religious" person's house, I noticed that the amount of coffee, caffeinated drinks, and coffee supplies he had versus the amount of religious writings and and accoutrements, was far outwe… more »

Autumn World by Danielle Sainte-Marie

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Leaves fall to the Autumn Dance, trees and earth spin romance— as you and I walk along, into dusk with some forlorn. Wind pushes your soft auburn hair, sometimes I have to stare; jealous at nature for touching you, while I wish to do so… more »

Thanksgiving (The Day of the Blackbirds)

by daniellestemarie Email

The doorbell rings, and another loved one enters. Ten more times the chimes, and our home is a conference center. We share our joys, but we also share our sorrows. By the inglenook blaze with family, we find and give a shoulder fo… more »

Forgot the Title

by daniellestemarie Email

Forgot the Title Forget words upon their readings, be still and immerse into their meanings— Then you will have remembered, to awake to what is fine about a dreamer’s dreaming. Forget to finish the last sentence, be taken away by warm… more »

Sonnet Notes

by daniellestemarie Email

Here are some of my personal, unabridged notes that I wanted to share after finishing work on... Here are some of my personal, unabridged notes that I wanted to share after finishing work on my Elizabethan era play Through the Mullioned Door, which I… more »