Sylvia Stults

Sylvia Stults

    Poems by Sylvia Stults

  • Make Me A Garden

    • Published: August 15, 2018
    Living Without Prejudice

    in Life Lesson Poems for Kids

    Help me design my garden of life
    Full of iris, crocus, and lily
    With daffodils that shine so bright
    Like the sun of the greater deities.

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  • A Shadow From Before

    • Published: November 2016
    Plea To Learn From Our Past

    in Environment Poems

    Standing on the ocean shore
    Waves rushing through my toes
    Images run across my mind
    From the days of long ago

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  • Seagull's Cry

    • Published: June 2016
    Poem About Marine Life Conservation

    in Environment Poems

    Waves crashing high
    Against the ship's hull
    The wind blows, a nouveau
    Realization seeps in.

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  • Warned

    • Published: October 2015
    Poem About Environmental Preservation

    in Environment Poems

    The sands of time have rendered fear
    Blue skies on high no longer clear
    Stars were bright whence they came
    Now dimmed, obscured, pollution's haze

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    Environmental pollution is a global issue, and hence it has entered into world of poetry. Poets have unique ability to express to communicate with their audience more effectively than anyone...

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  • The Meadow Of Life

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    • Posted on 08/13/11

    in Hope Poems

    As the fog bellows through
    The knoll of life
    It lingers in the valley of despair

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  • Sylvia Stults
  • 1 year ago

I, who wrote this poem, wish to make a final note. After this event, I noticed I was having difficulty staying awake. I went in for a sleep study and found that I desated to 65%...quite frankly at the hospital if you reach 70's or sustained in the 80's, in oxygenation, there is a high probability you are going to be vented. Apnea-it made me think...was I breathing? How long did I stop breathing? All unanswered...

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