Poetry The Society September 6, 2012 Poetry 3 Comments By Tom Zart God has always had his poets Who He watches with love from space. But Satan has his poets too Who try to lead us from our grace. King Solomon was a poet Who spoke of love, life, death and war. That lips were like threads of scarlet And that breasts were roses and more. The wild birds sing and flowers bloom As clouds form figures in the sky. But only humans will write poems That shall last long after they die. The eldest sister of all arts Which some have called the devils wine. Poetry is but pure passion To stimulate the heart and mind. Reposted from conservativepoems.blogspot.com Related Post ‘Autumn’s Dare’ by Cynthia Thornton Herrera Exhale swift, what crimson breeze; Amber crisp and fuchsia Colors adorn leaves on the trees Their coats of misty rouge. And clap, appl... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 3 Responses Thomas Newton August 25, 2013 This poem “Poetry” was written by Tom Zart not Thomas Newton Reply The Society September 4, 2013 Fixed. We apologize for the error Thomas. I believe we emailed you a few times, but got no reply. Kind Regards, Evan Mantyk Reply Thomas Newton September 5, 2013 Evan, Thanks for correcting the author of the poem “POETRY” from Thomas Newton to Tom Zart. Yours in the love of finely crafted poetry, Thomas Newton Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.