Peter S. Quinn Poems

Peter S. Quinn Poems

1#1 (From, Picture Poems 1)
2#1 (From, Picture Poems 10)
3#1 (From, Picture Poems 11)
4#1 (From, Picture Poems 2)
5#1 (From, Picture Poems 3)
6#1 (From, Picture Poems 4)
7#1 (From, Picture Poems 5)
8#1 (From, Picture Poems 6)
9#1 (From, Picture Poems 7)
10#1 (From, Picture Poems 8)
11#1 (From, Picture Poems 9)
12#1 (From, ‘what's Really Happening - In 54 Numbers’)
13#1 (From,100 Love Songs)
14#1 Riming Haiku (From, Poet On Www)
15#10 (From, Picture Poems 1)
16#10 (From, Picture Poems 10)
17#10 (From, Picture Poems 11)
18#10 (From, Picture Poems 2)
19#10 (From, Picture Poems 5)
20#10 (From, Picture Poems 6)
21#10 (From, Picture Poems 7)
22#10 (From, Picture Poems 8)
23#10 (From, Picture Poems 9)
24#10 (From, Poet On Www)
25#10 (From, ‘what's Really Happening - In 54 Numbers’)
26#10 (From,100 Love Poems)
27#10 (From,100 Love Songs)
28#10 Picture Poem (From, Poet On Www)
29#11 (From, Picture Poems 1)
30#11 (From, Picture Poems 10)
31#11 (From, Picture Poems 11)
32#11 (From, Picture Poems 2)
33#11 (From, Picture Poems 3)
34#11 (From, Picture Poems 4)
35#11 (From, Picture Poems 5)
36#11 (From, Picture Poems 6)
37#11 (From, Picture Poems 7)
38#11 (From, Picture Poems 8)
39#11 (From, Picture Poems 9)
40#11 (From, Poet On Www)
41#11 (From, ‘what's Really Happening - In 54 Numbers’)
42#11 (From,100 Love Poems)
43#11 (From,100 Love Songs)
44#11 Picture Poem (From, Poet On Www)
45#114 (From, Poet On Www)
46#12 (From, Picture Poems 1)
47#12 (From, Picture Poems 10)
48#12 (From, Picture Poems 11)
49#12 (From, Picture Poems 2)
50#12 (From, Picture Poems 3)

Best Poem of Peter S. Quinn

Most Beautiful Poem
Most beautiful poem's the one never written
Like the wind in the trees and the leaves
In summer it comes in moments to please
Or ripples on water in tones hidden
Each hour of longing in the evening sky
With shining drifting cloudlets going there through
Each its coming always more to renew
Of moonlight . . .
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Now, Here Comes The Sun
Now, here comes the sun:
A beautiful new born day,
Gleaming up the bay!

Clouds are drifting by,
As daybreak wakens the sky,
And dreams away fly!

Ocean was asleep,
And all the obscure dark deep,
Day, night away sweep!

The water is clam,
As day rises from its palm . . .
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