Valerie D. Staton

Valerie D. Staton

About Valerie D. Staton

I am a writer of poetry, children/adult stories and I am near completion of a novel.

My favorite things to do are reading, writing, painting, drawing and antique shopping.

I hope you all enjoy reading my poetry and I pray for the well-being of each and every one of you. May God bless you and keep you!

    Poems by Valerie D. Staton

  • No More Tears

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    • Posted 3 days, 22 hours ago
    Grief And Acceptance

    in Grief Poems

    Words could not express how I felt inside,
    My bleeding heart, you see, could not find rest;
    Hadn't stopped crying since the day you died,
    It felt like my heart was yanked from my chest;

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  • Phenomenal Lady

    • Published: April 30, 2021
    A Tribute To My Dear Mother

    in Mother Poems

    That Phenomenal Lady...
    That fantastically raised me
    Lived life to the fullest,
    Extended love to the cruelest;


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  • I Found Love

    • Published: April 28, 2021
    Finding A Love That Makes You Feel Forever Changed

    in I Love You Poems

    Before I met you, I was dead - now I live.
    My heart could not receive love, nor could it give -

    The moment I met you I was forever changed,


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  • Valerie D. Staton
  • 2 weeks ago

This is a wonderful sentimental poem. It depicts a loving relationship between father and child. My father came into my life as an adult and unfortunately we did not get to make many memories. I am however glad for the time we had. I'm sure your stanzas have many others reflecting on precious moments spent with dad!

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  • Valerie D. Staton
  • 2 months ago

Pat, I think this poem is fabulous as all of your poems I have read. I am a forever fan and friend. Love ya!

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