Patricia Cisco

About Patricia Cisco

I am a mother of two grown sons, we are an extremely close family & extended family, like all families we have had many wonderful & blessed times through life and we have experienced heart ache as well, I raised my sons, to never make judgement upon another persons journey in this life and to be the best them that they can be , that is all we can really do in this life that is so short in comparison to the big scheme of history & time. Is to try, try and live simply and simply live with compassion & forgiveness in our hearts toward one another, being the best person you can be and always changing and growing along the way.

    Poems by Patricia Cisco

  • Strawberry Moon

    • Published: July 5, 2018
    June Haiku Poem

    in Summer Poems

    Full strawberry moon,
    ushers in hot days of June,
    high tides fill the dune,

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    • Rating 3.71
  • Solstice Queen

    • Published: July 5, 2018

    in Summer Poems

    As she tip-toes cross the sea,
    she slips in so subtly.

    Sharing her charms upon the earth,

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    • Rating 3.89
  • "Mighty Tempest"

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    • Posted on 05/13/18
    Ny Poem Is About Storms.

    in Environment Poems

    Sultry sun on fields and bay,
    quiet calm engulfs the day,

    faint troubled rumblings in the sky,

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    • Rating 4.00
  • Mellow May

    • Published: May 4, 2018
    Haiku Poem For The Month Of May

    in Spring Poems

    Mellow, mild, May day,
    calling children out to play.
    Summer's on her way!

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  • Melancholy April

    • Published: May 4, 2018
    Haiku About The Month Of April

    in Spring Poems

    Melancholy moods,
    shiny jazz and rainy blues.
    April sings her tunes!

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    • Rating 3.40
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  • Patricia Cisco
  • 1 month ago

I really enjoyed this poem about the ocean. Very beautifully written, and it says so much in a nice poetic way! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Patricia Cisco
  • 1 month ago

Great poem, I don't know anyone who doesn't enjoy some kind of music, some people enjoy all kinds of music, it is such a beautiful gift so soothing, so healing and so universal, I grew up with music all around me and until this day , my oldest son is a musician, not of one kind of music but many types, I love the way this poet expresses what music does for the mind, body and spirit, thank you for sharing! I really enjoyed your poem!

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  • Patricia Cisco
  • 2 months ago

Tears to my eyes and an ache in my heart is all I can say about this poem. I can feel her yearning to be with her mother again. I can feel her emotions of love and great loss and grief, and I can feel her courage as she held her mother close to her knowing she had to let her go home to Heaven in peace. Such a beautiful, loving poem!

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  • Patricia Cisco
  • 3 months ago

This is a touching poem from a daughter to mother showing all the little things to the big things that matter in life between a mother and daughter. I love this poem. It's so sentimental! Thank you for sharing!

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  • Patricia Cisco
  • 3 months ago

This poem touched my heart in a special way. I lost my mother a few years back. We were inseparable. She was with me nearly every single day of my life. Even though I was married with children, we lived very close to each other and she helped me raise my sons. We were close as close can be. She was also my very best friend. Not a day goes by, actually not an hour goes by, that I am not thinking of her. I carry her in my heart forever, and my thoughts and my prayers! I would give anything to be with her just once more. I would just love to put my arms around her, hug her, kiss her, thank her just one more time. The only thing that gets me through is believing like she taught me, that this life is not the end and we shall be together again someday in eternity! Thank you for sharing this poem!

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