Poems by Lisa E. Sheroan

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  • My Mother Is The Feeling

    I love to honor my mom in poetry. She passed in 2019 after battling small cell lung cancer. My mom was truly special. She was funny, loving, and so easy to talk to. She meant everything to me. This poem is for her.

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    in Mother Poems

    My mother is the feeling
    Of lost love found again
    A soldier home from war
    The shoulder of a friend

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  • A Horse On A Hill

    • Published: May 1, 2024

    in Mother Death Poems

    A horse on a hill
    Past the old railroad tracks
    Just up the road
    From the broken-down shack

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  • I Don't Want My Boy To Go

    • Published: April 1, 2024

    in Grief Poems

    Deep sadness overcame me
    When I heard the dreadful news
    God, please say it isn't so
    I don't want my boy to go

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    Featured Shared Story

    How I feel for you in the writing of this poem. I have recently lost my husband to cancer and now my beloved daughter-in-law has been diagnosed with cancer of the brain. Cancer is so cruel....

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  • The Night Sky

    • Published: May 1, 2024

    in Grief Poems

    Looking up at the moonlit sky
    In the quiet of the night
    I found a truth that stilled my soul
    In a tiny speck of light

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  • Home From Some Strange Place

    My mother was always a source of truth in my life. She was the most genuine, honest person I have ever met. My mom had a way with words and was a great storyteller. She loved hearing about my relationship woes and always had plenty to say about the protagonist! Mom died in 2019. I miss her more than words can say.

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    • Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

    in Missing You Poems

    My phone is ringing, thank goodness!
    A smile across my face
    I know it's mom, a welcome return
    Home from some strange place

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  • Can I Really Love Anything?

    • Published: April 1, 2024

    in Moving On Poems

    Can I really love anything?
    My home, my life, the fantasy?
    What trouble will it bring,
    If I can't love anything?

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  • 615 North Street

    • Published: May 1, 2024

    in Fear Poems

    Boom. Boom. Boom.
    The rhythmic sound wakes me
    From a deep, peaceful sleep
    What could it be?

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  • The Snake

    Perhaps you've encountered someone like my poem's protagonist in your search for romantic fun or fulfillment. Life sometimes connects us with people we feel better off never having known. But, is it really true? Lessons in love can be so painful. Some lessons help us develop wisdom and foresight. My poem is about such a lesson!

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    • Posted 1 week, 4 days ago

    in Moving On Poems

    Oh, his blue eyes and smile had me hooked
    His talent unsurpassed
    A lover's language I understood
    I fell hard and fast

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