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Michael Jones


Like a whispering zephyr, softly caressing the stillness of dawn.
Like the slow eddies in a stream, passing quietly over the patient riverbed.
Like the lazy circles of a lark, alone and afloat in the endless void of blue.
Like the eternal ripple of undulating wavelets, resting gratefully on the sand.

© by Michael Jones.
Used here with the authorís permission.

Michael Jones lives in Finchley, a suburb of London, England. He originally focused on writing song lyrics, but has turned to poetry in recent years. Retired after a diverse career in sales and marketing, Mikeís latest hobby is learning to play the ukulele.

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The peace is palpable. Thank you.
Posted 03/20/2024 11:33 PM
Lori Levy:
Very peaceful.
Posted 03/20/2024 01:52 PM
The imagery of this poem is both meditative and calming. Excellent choice for today.s happiness theme. Fun stats on happiness in the YDP intro.
Posted 03/20/2024 11:26 AM
This poem must be read aloud. The combination of sounds gentle, soothing to say the least! Just lovely!
Posted 03/20/2024 09:21 AM
Wilda Morris:
Nice images.
Posted 03/20/2024 08:47 AM
Larry Schug:
Not one hint of humans in this poem--I love it!
Posted 03/20/2024 08:03 AM

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