Posts tagged ‘bear’

July 6, 2016

The Bear

by Richard Rensberry, author at QuickTurtle Books® and

The Bear Black and White_edited-1 artwork by R. Rensberry

Troyer saw the bear
in his field, the second
bear he’d seen
in his eighty-four years,

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February 8, 2015

either one will do

by Swann Lavender

if the poem fits,

bare it,


bear it.

either one will do.

~ Swann Lavender ~


October 12, 2014


by Venkat


a flower you are
a flower you will be
flowing into my deep eyes
melting through the hands
which turn into coals hot
I bear not to hold long
in moments I misread

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June 11, 2013


by journeyintopoetry

A teddy so loved he is worn
till his threads are all bare and torn.
He is forty years old,
many stories told
and some would leave you forlorn,

but he is happy right here on the chair,
a new generation to share,
to play with, talk to, cuddle and feel
and to let him know he’s no toy, but real.

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