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    Poems by Samuel Aragone

  • Mothers Day At Mum’s

    • Published: May 12, 2024

    in Mother's Day Poems

    I smelt the smile of childhood
    I had woken up and smiled
    It was my mother's cooking
    And I was just a child

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    Yes, I was touched by this poem. I too live alone and miss my husband more than I can say. We too met when I was just 16 years old. We were married for well over 50 years. Thank you for...

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  • Goodbye To A Precious Home And Time

    • Published: April 20, 2024

    in Home Poems

    Can there be anything sadder
    Than a home that's had its day
    Where the children have moved on
    And the owners passed away

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    A lovely poem - very moving. I could visualise everything you wrote about so clearly. Well done, best wishes, Ann

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  • Merry Christmas And Thanks For The Memories

    • Published: December 21, 2023

    in Christmas Poems

    I wake up in the twilight of my room
    The house is silent my wife slipped away in the misty rain
    In years gone by the house would be frantic now
    But this year Christmas lunch is at my daughters again

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    This resonated with me, as it is the first Christmas I will spend without my husband, who died earlier this year. However, those of us who have children and grandchildren are the lucky ones,...

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  • Mothers Reflection On Life

    I have written poetry for pleasure all my life taking my readers or listeners through the full emotions from sadness to pleasure to stir up a pleasant war melancholic feeling.
    This poem was inspired by my wife bursting into tears when our little girl announced her engagement at eighteen and mum was clearly not ready to see her little baby leave her.
    My first poem was published by the principal of my school when he instructed me to read it to the school assembly at the age of ten.

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    • Posted on 11/14/23

    in Goodbye Love Poems

    Remember back dear mums
    When your little girl was four
    How it broke your heart to watch
    As she marched briskly out the door

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  • A PERFECT AFTERNOON

    I am an older middle aged married man who appreciates the wonder of the world around him. I often strike up conversations with people eager to know their story and then end up featuring them in my poems. This particular poem outlines the lunch I had with a nearby young woman who was spending a few hours on her own while waiting for her husband.
    We were laughing and joking as if we had known each other all our lives but had in fact met minutes ago and would probably never see each other again.

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    • Posted on 04/06/19

    in Dream Poems

    A pale moon hides in the western sky

    Behind her the stars travel the heavens unseen

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