Andrew Charette


About Andrew Charette

Andrew of the House Charette, First (I think) of his name, Lover of Language, Pioneer of Poetry, Teller of Tales, Master of the Metaphor, and Father of Flagons.

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    Poems by Andrew Charette

  • Roses And Lilies

    • Published: January 2020
    The Harsh Reality Of Winter

    in Winter Poems

    Roses and lilies, all covered in white.
    An image of beauty this winter night.
    The first snow is breathtaking to behold.
    The end of fall and the beginning of cold.


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    Featured Shared Story

    I live in Australia; we are experiencing devastating bush fires. Snow seems like a wonderland by sheer
    contrast. Lovely poem, well deserved.

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  • The Lonely Bird

    • Published: August 2015
    Poem About The Joy People Find In Life And Change

    in Beauty of Nature Poems

    In a park whither an elderly man once went
    was a bird with a voice so wonderful much money would he have spent
    just to hear that melodic bird sing
    and listen to its voice, with that majestic ring.


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