The Honey of the Sun: A Pantoum Poem by Toni Cross

 
drink the honey of the sun
drink deep until the day is done
be drunk with light
into the night
drink deep until the day is done
of golden wine, my bonny one
 into the night
you will shine bright
with golden wine, my bonny one
be drunk with light
you will shine bright
drink the honey of the sun
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Symphony of Life: A Pantoum Poem

Symphony of life

Dancing ordinary sound

From joyful to strife

Simple yet merging into profound

 

Dancing ordinary sound

Colors made up of normal words

Simple yet merging into profound

Thoughts fluttering like birds

 

Letting the mundane resound

Moments swooping in herds

Flirting all around

From glamour girls to geeky nerds

 

Moments swooping in herds

Tying humanity together

From glamour girls to geeky nerds

All tossed into the same sort of weather

 

Moments swooping in herds

From joyful to strife

From glamour girls to geeky nerds

Symphony of life

 

Passionate Devotion: A Pantoum Poem

Passionate devotion
Played out in silence
Demonstrated in motion
Bowing to longtime acquaintance

Played out in silence
Love grown mature
Bowing to longtime acquaintance
Beautiful caring, innocent and pure

 

Loyal allegiance
Without any bounds
Childlike trust shown in acceptance
Even on unknown grounds

Without any bounds
Free from restrictions
Even on unknown grounds
And through life’s afflictions

Without any bounds
Demonstrated in motion
Even on unknown grounds
Passionate devotion

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