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    Poems by Susan M. Gilbert

  • Fireball

    • Published: November 2020

    in Current Events Poems

    The light shaded my home
    in the eeriest of yellow,
    as if sunset, forced too early,
    cried and bellowed.

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    • Rating 4.17
  • Because Of You I Am Me

    • Published: May 2020

    in Mother Poems

    Mom, on your birthday, I celebrate you
    And all the wonderful things that you do.

    But if truth be told, and that must always be,

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    • Rating 4.52
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    This is the best poem I've ever read for a mom on her birthday. I always look for poems to write in my moms card on her special day and this one is the very best I've read. Keep up all your...

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  • Oh, How I Love Summer

    • Published: June 2019

    in Summer Poems

    Though May did bring her deepest grey
    And June did bring her gloom,
    I woke this morn in a glorious way
    To Sunshine in my room.

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    • Rating 4.27
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    Thank you, Beryl. This is especially a time for all of us to be grateful for the simple things that make us smile. Be safe and well.

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  • Susan M. Gilbert
  • 3 years ago

Thank you, Beryl. This is especially a time for all of us to be grateful for the simple things that make us smile. Be safe and well.

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  • Susan M. Gilbert
  • 4 years ago

Thank you for allowing me to picture your morning jog. It sounds comforting, uplifting and powerful. Enjoy your summer!

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  • Susan M. Gilbert
  • 4 years ago

Thank you, Carol. It means so much that my poem touched you.

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