Sylvia Stults

Sylvia Stults

About Sylvia Stults

Hello my name is Sylvia. I presently work in the healthcare field. I love to paint with oils and often wished I studied art as well. I love poetry of all kinds and someday hope to pick up on the different styles. I'm trying, but until I do...I'll follow the words of my mother, who passed when I was a young girl, "Just say what's on your heart." Within my poetry you'll find many different topics, topics that matter to me and reflect who I really am. The above picture was taken by me...I love wildlife and the environment and hope my poetry hits home on keeping it safe. Enjoy.
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    Poems by Sylvia Stults

  • Living A Fall Morning Life

    • Published: October 12, 2023

    in Fall Poems

    In the silence of the morning
    When the birds are first to wake
    Floating leaves of reddish orange
    Ride the breeze to paths they take

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  • Handing Down Memories

    • Published: September 14, 2023

    in Earth Poems

    Yesterday morning I opened my hands
    I thought with a smile the places they've been
    Building sand castles and catching fireflies
    Nature was best, that's where happiness lies

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    Sylvia, this is a beautifully written poem and brings back many happy memories of my childhood. I also liked reading your bio and looking at your lovely photo. Best wishes, Ann D Stevenson

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  • The Brink

    • Published: March 2020

    in Environment Poems

    Take a walk inside a park or
    Jaunt a forgotten trail.
    Close your eyes and listen.
    Take a deep breath and exhale.

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    This is a wonderful poem. I had to read the other ones you've written, Ms. Sylvia, and they are all beautiful. I, too, enjoy walking in the woods and also really share your concern about the...

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  • Make Me A Garden

    • Published: August 2018

    in Inspiring 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

    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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  • Sylvia Stults
  • 3 months ago

Love this poem. "I was never the oyster" You were all along the pearl. Perception at its finest.

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  • 3 months ago

Such a fun loving poem. This poem painted your chirping friend beautifully.

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  • Sylvia Stults
  • 5 months ago

Ann, It's a pleasure to meet you and I'm glad you enjoyed my poem. I too viewed your bio and works. Your poem "A Touch Of Heaven" and "I Love To Breath In" are so very relatable, not to mention beautifully written. I look forward to reading more of your poetry and now that winter is coming I'll have plenty of time. Best regards, Sylvia

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  • Sylvia Stults
  • 2 years ago

Abimbola T. Alabi, you are a wonderful poet. I have read your poetry, love the "work" poem, as well. I can tell you write from the heart and through experiences, which makes for the best poems. Keep writing, you are an artist with a pen.

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  • 7 years 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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