Promotion – Please Support BLUE JADE PRESS, A Traditional Publishing Company – From “Modern Romanticism”

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Poetry Book – Released! – “A Slender Little Romance” – Purchase a Copy as your Support

https://www.amazon.com/Slender-Little-Romance-Peter-Wyatt/dp/1733382232/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=a+slender+little+romance&qid=1601562160&sr=8-2 Within this collection, the reader will discover the words of a young man, whose personal life has experienced the up and down avenues of love. Like a heart, love has beats and rhythm. Love is the feeling that has us stay for those patiently awaited moments. Love is timeless. Romantic poetry is a way… Continue reading Poetry Book – Released! – “A Slender Little Romance” – Purchase a Copy as your Support

Poem – “The Scent without Taste” – Love Poetry – 8/9/2022

Stretch acrossthat long overdueplace, that youoversaw. Dreams wererough, among clouds,hopeful among thunder.Nothing became life,within that blunder. Someone else told youthat life cannot worsen,when hurts are past,like shadows cast. No kiss everreturned, from bliss,from stings of concern. Where you turnedlike leaves blowing east,I kept to my knees. I kept finding fruitin those shadows, formedfrom your tears.… Continue reading Poem – “The Scent without Taste” – Love Poetry – 8/9/2022

Poem – “An Ocean’s Words” – Grief Poetry – 8/9/2022

If Autumn lifts itsleaves, back to tremblingboughs. When all thatfell, comes back to haunta deserted mother,we will see our tears returnup from its surrender,with words to rememberwithout fog aboveour vast ocean. Love makes musicin grief, without sightupon reunion. What drownsbecome glimmers amongthose waves, gone downin their crash to lashthose backs, where morewords are written. Scars… Continue reading Poem – “An Ocean’s Words” – Grief Poetry – 8/9/2022

Poem – “Last of your Kind” – Grief Poetry – 8/7/2022

I cannot care enoughto live, if I cannotremember enoughto love. All those linesdrawn for winter's arrivalof gray. Though, you keepblooming, while heartsare buried deep. With this sadness,comes madness, out ofsome former symptomof gladness. All those tearsthat fell, together.All those downpoursthat kept our hopesonly floating. What travels, if notmeaning to stop? What stops,if not meaning to… Continue reading Poem – “Last of your Kind” – Grief Poetry – 8/7/2022

Poem – “Following Lane” – Love Poetry – 8/7/2022

Stirring glance,a summer's dancewhere blushing storiesare told, underforgotten worries. I will renouncea scene for remorse.I will resoundthose etched, scrawled vows,renewing what cannotleave, from where itever stopped. Caught tears,in a puddle for collection.Cards laid downto gamble, one final time,on a heart thatforever chimes. Wiped smearson cheeks meant to glow. I come to hearyour grief, where it… Continue reading Poem – “Following Lane” – Love Poetry – 8/7/2022

Poem – “Are we Smoke?” – Grief Poetry – 8/7/2022

In each other's eyes,for each other's cries,within each other's sighsdisappearing intoafternoon storms.Drifting above,falling below.Winter has ever beenthat glacier moving slow. An inborn slipto one lying tongue,as I had to consolethat one who took a tollto breathe, before she soldher heart, froma hundred folds, in onebook of promises. One hundred pauses,one more break to seewhat refuses… Continue reading Poem – “Are we Smoke?” – Grief Poetry – 8/7/2022

“Departure of Birds” – 10-stanza Free Verse Poem – 8.6.2022

If heavens held,in supported wings,for passion's melt.If eyes were skyward,words were forward,sentences were clearwithout storms. I had taken to you,before rocks had fallen.Ice, with heartsthat sunk with ships.A love, gone overboard,burying our skies,thumping to a faint rhythm,thundering with a distant soundwhere our storm moves onwith its gathered gray. Speaking in a sequence,trembling before those coldwindows,… Continue reading “Departure of Birds” – 10-stanza Free Verse Poem – 8.6.2022

Political Philosophy – “A Problem with a Voting System” – 8/5/2022

"Whenever change gets promoted, it has to do with a wish to see all systems redone. Whenever improvement gets promoted, boredom sinks itself into a voter's mind, because what a voter votes for will be for entertainment and amusement of getting what they want." - Modern Romanticism Change promotes chaos, or idealism. Improvement promotes order,… Continue reading Political Philosophy – “A Problem with a Voting System” – 8/5/2022

Quote – “The Difference Between a Politician and a Leader” – 8/4/2022

"A politician knows their books. To be a politician, one must be expected to hold experience. Experience with what? Well, all experience amounts to one thing only: deceptive handiwork. While we learn, we wish to learn more. A craving for something like knowledge becomes a trait for masochism, when satisfaction remains unreachable. Although, for leadership,… Continue reading Quote – “The Difference Between a Politician and a Leader” – 8/4/2022

Poem – “If you can come Around” – Love Poetry – 8/4/2022

There might be violetsto see from storms.There might be wordsbefore those swords,ever were held againstyour fragile neck. Because you wantto disbelieve in those signs,that we conceived.Because of that, you moved,without ever rememberingour state, our bliss. A dream, this terriblegave you tremors from adifferent source. A nightmare, this sweetgave you hope to seebeyond where stains seeped.… Continue reading Poem – “If you can come Around” – Love Poetry – 8/4/2022

Poem – “If Time could Leave” – Love Poetry – 8/3/2022

Answers. Reconnectour surrender. If we keepsummer, drawn over,as blank pages, we have drownedin our thunder. We have left, our eyesstinging for each other's stare.Our passion rises,our currents swell.Oceans have moved on,when fires have died. We had left, our tonguesat that frozen word,exploring doubt, in a subtleshout. One crude sign, upona least driven road.A single point… Continue reading Poem – “If Time could Leave” – Love Poetry – 8/3/2022

Poem – “Covered in Rust” – Loneliness Poetry – 8/3/2022

Departure. At a drift.Regression, before a kissmight have receded these waveswhile I walk on for cliffsto send beneath, this fall. Mute this note. Force onemouth to close. I have beentoo close, for words to connect. Loss of grace. A lack of waterin its space. Leaving marks, trailsfor your ghost to follow. Dry lips. Emptied arms.Folded… Continue reading Poem – “Covered in Rust” – Loneliness Poetry – 8/3/2022