Poetry by Gerry Aldridge

Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog

profile3 Poetry is very hard to get published because so many agents and editors are subjective when it comes to their analysis of poetry. I`m sure that I`m no different, except that when I see clever lines, smooth alliteration, or a few good rhymes mixed with some wisdom hidden in the semantics of a poem, then I feel the poet has done a worthwhile work. If I feel like I`m reading a Mother Goose nursery rhyme, then I too see the genre of poetry being butchered. Here are three of Gerry`s poems. Enjoy.

Scott Biddulph | Editor-in-chief

The Coronation

Weightless stars drop silently like petals

From a distant place way up far beyond the night sky.

Winter flowers blossom and fly away

Landing like moths on the night, turning to petals, and rain.

To shower you in love over and over again on this majestic day.

Distant orchestras come together in…

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