Lost and Found




Swirling mist

In crackling dust

Stars first violet light

Inescapable twilight

Message of embracing pure love

Crimson last sunset

Found and rescued

The legend

The names




Written for Poetry Jam

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16 Responses to Lost and Found

  1. Mary says:

    I like the progression of this poem, Alan….the idea that what was lost at the beginning of your poem is restored at the the end. And in its center is ’embracing love.’

  2. brian miller says:

    wonderful journey in this alan…from lost to found….from down and out to raised up….love your play with progression in this…

  3. Gabriella says:

    I enjoyed the positive message in your words, Alan. The. Idea that was lost has benn found again and kept. Clever layout.

  4. A beautiful progression, joy in the “message of embracing pure love”.

  5. peggygoetz says:

    Nice feeling of movement and progression in this. Lost to kept.

  6. Wendy Bourke says:

    Once again, your beautiful images and colors evoke a spiritual, meditative mood. Just lovely, Alan.

  7. Donna Smith says:

    “the names treasured, restored, kept”… love that!

  8. Sumana Roy says:

    whether it’s a lost thing or a relationship all that is important is to find, restore and treasure it…love these few words and the air of peacefulness about the poem…a beautiful write..

  9. Rallentanda says:

    Very spiritual. Reminds me of the Biblical parable of the lost lamb.

  10. Nibha says:

    loved the flow of the poem!

  11. Umang says:

    Very beautifully found yourself.

  12. arathi says:

    Losing and finding Love again..and keeping it ..very beautiful poem alan:)

  13. Suzy says:

    I like the idea of being found and kept. Also loved the writing form.

  14. Imelda says:

    It’s a great journey you have illustrated here: being lost, being loved, being found.

Thank you for reading my poems. Please don't feel you have to comment. I enjoyed writing them, I hope you enjoyed reading them, Be blessed.

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