Laura Sanders

Laura Sanders

About Laura Sanders

I enjoy writing poetry when I receieve the inspiration and I am finding there are plenty of topics to write about which I am keen for anyone to read.I also enjoy playing and listening to music and I play the guitar, ukulele, harmonica, and Irish tin whistle.
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    Poems by Laura Sanders

  • How Time Flies

    This poem is about how time flies so quickly. Our parents have reached old age and have only memories to look back on .We their offspring, remember certain occasions and specific times as clear as daylight, yet in the blink of an eye, our parents are old, probably suffering things such as alzheimers. It is a sad poem with mixed emotions and it's about how we must make the most of our lives and make it enjoyable and meaningful, because our stay on the earth can be fleeting and short.

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    • Posted 1 week, 4 days ago

    in Mother Child Poems

    Seems like only the other day, you paddled , in that hol' seaside rock pool.
    Only the other day, you fed us lunch, when we were kids at school.
    You packed our hol' suitcases into the car boot, so they snugly fit.
    At Christmas you danced with vigour, to some Abba disco hits!

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  • Loved By You.

    This poem is about relationship, which has gone sour and the aftermath of feelings,afterwards.The feelings are of abandonment,loneliness, sadness, when one of the pair, misses their partners touch and personality.We have all experienced these emotions, at some time along our way, during our lives.I am sure you will identify with this poem.

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    • Posted on 04/06/24

    in Relationship Poems

    All I wanted was to be loved by you,
    but instead you told me, you and I were through...
    How I longed for that tender, special kiss,
    It's like being without sun, your warmth I miss.

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  • Spring Heralds.

    This poem is about the Daffodil flowers- Lenten Lillies, which are the heralds of Spring.A splash of yellow in the countryside, and towns can cheer us all up considerably, as we look forward to warmer and lighter days.. The dark days of Winter have passed, although still lingering on with some days, yielding rain and wind.

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    • Posted on 02/20/24

    in Flower Poems

    Like a golden fanfare of trumpets, they herald entrance of Spring.
    Appearing on warmer days, when happier the birds fly and sing....
    As yellow as the gold sun, that shines, they sway in the breeze,
    Daisies, Buttercups cannot compete, attracting passing bumble bees.

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  • Why Is Snail So Slow?

    This poem is for children and seeks the question, why do they move so slowly?!

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    • Posted on 01/16/24

    in Nature Poems for Kids

    Why is a garden snail so slow?
    Has he no place to go?
    With his house upon his back-
    he doesn't even need, to pack!

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  • Mum. Our Mother.

    This is a poem written especially for my mum, who was always there for us in times of need.Now she has alzheimers, and is not the same person.It brought tears to my eyes when I remembered how she used to be and I wanted to remember how she was.

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    • Posted on 12/12/23

    in Mother Poems

    Mum, thank you for all the little things you did,
    down on earth, for us all.
    The things, we never saw.
    The things mum's really are for...

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