Those Woods

Whose woods these are I think I know
Reminds me of my hometown
Far from now
In my mind near
Whose woods these are I think I know
Brings me to the past
Obscure and sad
Far from now
In my heart near
Whose woods these are think I know
Transport me to the future
A bright one
Far for now
(Hour 2 – @Mejia)
In my heart near
Allegory to  Stopping by Woods on Snowing Evening by Robert Frost

Welcome Poetry Marathon 2022

I am Getting ready! Thank you Jacob and Caitlin Elizabeth Jans for accepting my participation. Wishing everyone a marvelous writings!

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The end

unexpected noice

in the middle of the nigh

announcing the end

@Maritza – Hour Twenty four


Silence Cheese

G.K. Chesterton once wrote “Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.”


How many kinds…

Exceed the appetite

Emotions and sensations

Succulent taste

Exquisite with wine

@Maritza – Hour Twenty-three

Wake up

Sunrise in the sky

Announces a unique day

Wake up to rejoice

@Maritza – Hour Twenty-two

Frozen Wheat

Seasons come and go

Frozen wheat harvest sorrow

Nature talks and breathe

@Maritza – Hour Twenty-one


Sleeping hours

Real or surreal nightmare

Unexpected dreams

@Maritza – Hour Twenty


Poet with two nationalities

Two lands in my heart

Two families to long for

Caring mother

Crawled Catholic

Devoted to my faith

Honored to my parents

Honest to commitments

Hard working teacher

Passion for justice

Promote unity

Long for peace

@Maritza – Hour Nineteen




“Just be still, and listen”…

Only love brings peace

Patience helps you grow

Open your ears

Close your mouth

Listen one another




@Maritza – Hour Eighteen