July 31, 2007

Age 11 - Age 15, Love Poems

Starlight, scientists have stated,
Is only glows, heat rays created
When two small unseen specks collide,
Becoming one. They haven’t lied.
For you and I can see the truth
That stars are made of pure-breathed youth.
Two tiny heartbeats, yours and mine,
Merge, unite, and make the stars shine.
– Written by Anna Williams at Age 15
Sheridan, Oregon
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Anna Vera Williams is a poet, a photographer, a blogger, and a webmaster. She is the webmaster of Poems, Poets, & Poetry, which provides poetry resources and allows other poets to showcase their work. Her photographs can be found at Anna Vera's Photography, and her books and photos can be purchased at Lulu.com.

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6 Responses to “Fusion”

  1. Anna Says:

    There is nothing nicer than waking up in the morning, logging on, and seeing comments like yours. Thanks Janet. It really makes my day. Yeah I was 15 when I wrote that. We were studying some nuclear physics in school.

  2. janetleigh Says:

    Love, love, love this! Again, you amaze me with the depth of your skill. This is going to be one of my favorites, Anna. Kudos, and a cartwheel!

  3. Ario Says:

    Very visual and very melodic.

    The only line I am not sure about is ‘They haven’t lied.’ It seems to sit at odds with the rest. Perhaps insert another image? Or something with ‘flight’ or ‘wide’?

    Hope you don’t mind me saying so. Needless to say, feel free to tell me similar 🙂

  4. writerwoman Says:

    That stars are made of pure-breathed youth

    That is an amazing line. Love it.

  5. Anna Says:

    In the sentence “They haven’t lied,” “they” refers to the scientists which are referred to in the first line. Does that help?

    No I don’t mind at all that you ask. Thanks for the feedback!

  6. Ario Says:

    Yes, I was a bit slow on the uptake there. Anyway, I had to think of this clip while reading your poem. Hope you like 🙂

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