Donna Sue Poetry

Monthly Archives: May 2013

A CHRISTMAS KISS

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A Christmas Kiss Her silent wish As she stared out at the snow Twinkling lights That starry night Were the setting for her soul An angel blessed Her holiday dress In her hair a crimson bow With carols sung Icicles hung In the silent candle’s glow She closed her eyes She smiled and sighed Would […]

A CEMETERY IN MONTANA

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~~~ In the middle of Montana, Off a dirt road on a hill, Stands a graveyard so forgotten Where the dead are sleeping still.   The ground is cracked and broken from        The heat of summer’s sun, Like the souls in Purgatory, Whose sufferings are not done.    While they thirst there for our kindness, […]

A BUSINESS WOMAN’S LOST CHRISTMAS

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She sighed and locked the office door and headed for the car. Her face turned toward the sleet like mist when she saw the shooting star. ‘How strange’, she thought to see a star on such a stormy night, It shone with such intensity, a magic kind of light. If she were just a child […]

THE OLD WOMAN AND HER ROSARY

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The old woman and her rosary, I see her every day. So deep the pain within her eyes, She grips it tight to pray. It is her dear companion, Her best friend in time of need. Old fingers dance in silent prayer, Then slide from bead to bead. She thinks upon its mysteries;  Christ’s life upon […]