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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby Vanaladiel » Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:39 pm

Missing you Parm and your words of wisdom and encouragement. Praying you and the Lovely Mrs. Parm are doing well. Of course wishing the same for the Parmettes!
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~*Sister of the Twilight*~
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Inyë melmëlyë my love, for you are the melody to which I now dance!!

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The Moon Ring of the Twilight Star

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Always in our memories, vison :rose:, Alex :rose:, Rowanberry :rose: and Watcher :rose:! Our world is a little dimmer without your smiles!

A tribute to Cynthia 11/14/2005 :rose:

For my dad who now resides with the Lord! :rose: 05/11/16 I love you daddy and will see you again someday in Glory!

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No Wish for Causing Grief

Postby prmiller » Mon Mar 31, 2014 7:59 am

Vanaladiel wrote:Missing you Parm and your words of wisdom and encouragement. Praying you and the Lovely Mrs. Parm are doing well. Of course wishing the same for the Parmettes!


I have no wish for causing grief,
yet life can be quite challenging,
Though I find roads few travel on,
a well-trod path is comforting.
My wife, my daughters and my son,
discover ways to stretch my mind,
and while I love a bookish life,
my study now seems far behind.
The get me out where life is wild,
where brambles scratch and critters bite,
where stream run cold, but look! Some fish!
Then quick as thought...become a dish.
I have had venison and snake,
and herbs baked in my birthday cake.
These are the lovely moments, though,
I hesitate to show you shades,
as memories go trooping past,
distressing me with grim parades.
For now, our life has found some peace,
a respite from what may yet be,
but I am glad for friends, like you,
who always are uplifting me.

Joyful on the journy,
Parm :)
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby Vanaladiel » Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:43 pm

We are blessed by you as well!! :hug: :heart:
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~*Sister of the Twilight*~
~*Daughter of the Moon*~

Inyë melmëlyë my love, for you are the melody to which I now dance!!

Bearer of "Elen~Uial"
The Moon Ring of the Twilight Star

Bard of the land of Eryn Lasgalen

Mithril Knight of Lore
Mithril Knight of Eryn Lasgalen

Lifetime Award 2010

Always in our memories, vison :rose:, Alex :rose:, Rowanberry :rose: and Watcher :rose:! Our world is a little dimmer without your smiles!

A tribute to Cynthia 11/14/2005 :rose:

For my dad who now resides with the Lord! :rose: 05/11/16 I love you daddy and will see you again someday in Glory!

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Because of Tolkien

Postby prmiller » Thu Apr 17, 2014 8:06 am

autumn is Lothlorien
skyscrapers are Dark Towers
Hobbits scamper about me
Calgary has Rohirrim
there are orcs on the trains and buses...beware
ladies are all elven princesses in disguise
men are Rangers of the North cloaked from view
because of Tolkien
I am in Middle Earth
(but that is just between us...fellow Istari).

Parm
Who is convinced he works at Imladris
aka SAIT Polytechnic
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby Dimamarthiel » Sun Jun 22, 2014 10:34 pm

Parm, when I feel sad or down I come here and read your poems. They never fail to make me smile. Thank you for being you and for your wonderful words! :)
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby prmiller » Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:29 pm

Dimamarthiel wrote:Parm, when I feel sad or down I come here and read your poems. They never fail to make me smile. Thank you for being you and for your wonderful words! :)


Oh, that was such a lovely thing to read!

I am so glad that the words I leave bring smiles and encouragement.
I am so very glad, indeed!

Let This, Then, Be for You

From the blaze of the sun, some shadow,
from the pummeling rain, an eave,
from those who often doubt you,
a friend who will believe;
from the sudden storm, a shelter,
from the drought of love, some rain,
from those who often harm you,
a balm to ease your pain.
Let this wee poem bless you,
and from these words find grace,
till you are strong to travel
to journey to this place.

Enjoy your day,
Parm :)
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby Dimamarthiel » Sun Jul 06, 2014 4:28 pm

Thank you so much for that beautiful blessing! "Wiping a tear from her eye." :rose:
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The music Felt in Middle Earth

Postby prmiller » Tue Jul 22, 2014 7:41 am

I know that pipes and fiddles dance
In smoky inns where festive songs
both celebrate and bring to mind
the goodness that a good soul longs.
I think I hear the dwarfish chants
accompanied by hammered drums,
the rhythmic clapping of the waves,
the lap harp that a minstrel strums.
O Middle-Earth! I come to sing
and wait for lyrics that you bring.

Bleasings,
Parm :)
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Middle-earth Meditations

Postby prmiller » Tue Feb 24, 2015 10:12 am

My world has greatly changed, but still,
the mountains rise, the cascades spill,
the plains extend both east and west
and there are brooks where I can rest.
The pines and fir are trimmed with snow,
and there are songs from birds I know.
Now elk and moose come out to graze,
and I can travel days and days
down rivers that sweep into lakes
with rushes hiding ducks and drakes,
or stand on peaks with slopes of scree
and gasp at splendid scenery.
But were those Ents down near the shore,
on paths of native names and lore,
I think the road to Imladris
is near a waterfall like this!
I think that Middle-earth could be
between Mt. Rundle and the Sea.

Enjoying Canadian scenery...and being ever grateful for our wilderness heritage,
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The Eucatastrophe

Postby prmiller » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:46 am

Some things must die, must be destroyed
before new life can be enjoyed.
The Ring, that golden evil thing,
about which harpers grimly sing,
was not designed to be undone,
but if good things beneath the sun
were to continue to inspire
that Ring had to be ruined by fire.
The seed that dies that food may grow,
the burst of crocus through the snow,
the sudden blossoming in spring;
when all seems dead and wearying,
these are the signs and symbols, too,
of what those Gospels state as true
that out of stark and horrid death,
Life emerged, and took such breath,
that all who by this Breath are filled
with what cannot be ever stilled.
It is eternal and revives,
gives truest life, which grows and thrives.
Oh T of torment, in your arms,
died one Who chose your fatal harms,
a eucatastrophe, but see!
Heaven's King brings life to me.
That "good destruction" rescues all
who have been ruined by the Fall.
The cursed, like those bound by the ring,
are freed to choose to love that King.

Blessings,
Parm :)
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In My Own Imladris

Postby prmiller » Tue Mar 24, 2015 2:24 pm

Stillness
serenity
fills this room
but much happening
here
thinking
composing
writing
walking along the rows
of computers
at attention
poised for commands
my scriptorium
I intone..."At ease"
place each keyboard back onto its shelf
beneath the monitor
the sheaves of manuscript paper
returned to boxes that hold them
the mouse is
moved to a resting place
my quills prepared
inks capped
lights are extinguished
the candles blown out
and I return my chambers
here in my own
Imladris.

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There Is an Inn, A Merry Old Inn

Postby prmiller » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:41 pm

Oh, find an inn, a merry old inn,
with lots of songs, and friendly din;
stoke up the fire, a jolly good fire;
bring minstrels in with bright attire.
Brings drums and harps and pipes and fife,
bring in the master, with his wife,
and love that inn, that merry old inn
where dreams and memories begin.

I need an inn, a merry old inn,
with twinkling eye and a pleasant grin,
where weary pilgrims find their way
to shut out darkness one more day.
Come, bard, and bring a cheery old song,
with which we all can sing along,
and fill that inn, that merry old inn,
with clapping hands and wagging chin.

Oh blesséd inn, oh marvelous inn,
where wounds, and stings, and brief chagrin,
are set aside and swiftly fade
from all the joy our hearts have made.
You are that inn, an encouraging inn,
for you have healing words within,
your heart with open friendship waits,
to welcome me through smiling gates.

Blessings,
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby A_Simple_Poet » Sun Jan 10, 2016 8:16 pm

What's happening Parm? I've been away for awhile. Charting the depths of the abyss and emerging all the more wrecked for it. But like a prodigal, I usually wander back to the familiar ... including poetry. So here's one maybe you'd like ...

The Study of Poetry, Part One

The study of poetry isn’t quite calculus.
It’s more like following that fetching biker girl with the pink wellies flying

by you on the highway.
Or watching newborn baby spiders scavenge the scales of a dead fish.

Or the tennis player that never wins.
Or blowing off the pixie dust covering Lionel’s Hampton’s xylophone.

Or accepting Supergirl’s subtle schizophrenia.
Or going as yourself on Halloween … content with your own warts.

Or resisting the urge to insert that obligatory line about nature.
Or refusing to fret over form, meter, and the million dollar lingo.

It’s all about the snapshot of what’s not, what wasn’t, and what never will be.
The antithesis of physics.

The marrow of you,
and she,

and him,
and me.


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In Class With A Simple Poet

Postby prmiller » Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:57 am

My notebooked heart purposefully opened,
pens readied, pencils sharpened,
(I think I have an eraser somewhere)
eyes gleaming with expectancy
I sit ram-rod straight
(good students do that, you know)
hoping to hear the secret
catch wind of the key
that takes me from da-dum da-dum da-dum da-dum
doggerel
to something edgy, gritty, clever.
(I have not ever been clever...innovative? OK
I give you that)
I showed my other poems to a
professional.
There was
that look.
(Oh, dear. How do I tell this poor chappie that he has written
badly?)
We smile...
the professional
patronizingly
I
diplomatically
(fighting back tears of disappointment)
I sense people react.
Really?! (I want an interrobang here!)
Really?! Tears?!?
You are ... how old?
The same heart that gave the poem
is still the same heart
hearing about its defectiveness
like
the parents who learn
their child
is not...quite...good...enough...
(But thank you for coming.)
I do not rip up the poem.
It does get folded away
into the sepulchral depths
of a notebook I shall not ever
ever
open again.
So I am in class...again.
Perhaps, there will be fewer tears
...is that a good thing?
Thus I shall sit, an eager soul,
to weave my words as frames decree,
find rhythm where none beat before
find rhymes with swift audacity.

(With deepest, fondest regards to
A Simple Poet)
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Questions

Postby prmiller » Wed Aug 17, 2016 10:42 am

What are the lands of Mordor like,
with Ring and Tower swept away?
How fares the Window on the West--
the last embrace of dying day?
How wide the simbelmynë fields,
and bright where eleanor blooms free?
What signs of mighty towers tall
from wreckage deep within the sea?
Do boats still leave Grey Havens' ports,
and elvish folk tred harboured planks?
Do legends, lore, and bardic songs
speak of Nine-Finger's tale with thanks?
What is our Middle-Earth like, then,
with Saruman and Wormtongue gone?
I find the Prancing Pony inn,
and wait for answers...and the dawn.

Blessings,
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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby Vanaladiel » Thu Aug 18, 2016 10:39 pm

Hey let me buy a Bard a Beer! That is what we do here! :drink: Cheers to PARM our dearest friend from the frozen north! (Well it is part of the year anyways)
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~*Sister of the Twilight*~
~*Daughter of the Moon*~

Inyë melmëlyë my love, for you are the melody to which I now dance!!

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The Moon Ring of the Twilight Star

Bard of the land of Eryn Lasgalen

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Always in our memories, vison :rose:, Alex :rose:, Rowanberry :rose: and Watcher :rose:! Our world is a little dimmer without your smiles!

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Re: Poetry with Parm

Postby prmiller » Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:37 pm

Vanaladiel wrote:Hey let me buy a Bard a Beer! That is what we do here! :drink: Cheers to PARM our dearest friend from the frozen north! (Well it is part of the year anyways)


Here, here! To the beer! the bardic beer
that is better that any beer far and near,
fill up our flagons, keg upon keg,
for I have a hollow arm and leg.

Here, here! To the beer! A TORCish beer
that is purchased for bards...least that's what I hear...
and oh what a feast! and oh what a fire!
Just the right thing bards find to inspire!

Here, here! To the beer! A good friendly beer
to share with our comrades in TORC we hold dear;
that comes with a toast, and maybe a song,
or should it be Parm...a poem that's long!

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A Hobbit's Song: I Would Go Haying

Postby prmiller » Sat Sep 10, 2016 7:19 pm

If I were half the age I am,
and twice the strength that aids me now,
I would go out to golden fields,
and join the harvest won by plow.
I would go haying, bring my scythe,
to share some honest toil and sweat,
then tread the path to inn, then home,
to mugs of beer, baths warm and wet,
to wash away the dulling dust,
bring ease to sinews stretched and sore
then don fresh clothes to join my friends,
whom I would welcome to my door.

If I were made of sterner stuff,
and blessed with youthful strength once more
I would fill baskets high with fruit,
cure meat, make cheese, my larder store.
This seems the season for such tasks,
a time to gather richness in,
for times shall come, and far too soon,
when soups, once thick, shall slowly thin.
Thus I am filled with harvest thoughts,
as harvest moons rise round and full,
above the harvests waiting still,
on sleeping sheep, now fat with wool.

Blessings,
Parm :)
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There are These Thoughts...

Postby prmiller » Mon Oct 24, 2016 10:43 pm

When leaves take colours and take flight
to brighten fields too soon made white,
when fruit grows ripe and rich and full,
when cotton is replaced with wool,
and T-shirts line thick sweatered vests,
and school begins...and so do tests...
there are these thoughts of this grand time
that wrap themselves in prose and rhyme.

There are these thoughts of autumn grain,
of snow that falls, instead of rain,
of Hallowe'en, and all that brings,
and days speed past till carolings
replace the chants of "Trick or Treat",
("Hallowe'en Apples!" I'd repeat.)
Thanksgiving feasts in north or south,
that bring delight to heart...and mouth.

Ah, such a time, and more to come!
Pipers pipe and drummers drum;
Ladies dance...and lords? They leap!
...and pears are gathered in a heap.
Though all around the winds may moan,
and icy winds beat branch and bone,
sweet baking apples shall delight
those souls who face the longest night.

Come all you joys, and give us voice,
to ponder, pray, give thanks, rejoice,
to ski and skate, to roll and play,
to celebrate That Holy Day,
and then anticipate one more,
when He appeared, despite locked door,
and death was dealt a deadly blow...
and hearts made new, as clean as snow.

So come, and come, and come once more
and at our doorsteps, riches pour,
that bless our lives, enrich each heart,
and fill our world with song and art,
with scents and tastes and sounds and sights,
with floured feasts and candle lights,
with gladness through each neighbourhood...
these are my thoughts...and they feel good.

Blessings,
Parm :)
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Thoughts upon Looking Over Imladris

Postby prmiller » Thu Dec 15, 2016 9:01 am

I am a guest here on these heights
where songs are sung of moon and stars,
where walkways shine with guiding lights
where nothing here deforms or mars.
The air is tinged with nature's sounds,
of falling water, bird and beast.
The simple beauty here astounds,
where greatness bows to those, the least.
Yet melancholy fills each room;
There is no talk of building more.
For all acknowledge here a doom,
that sends each one to western shore.
The golden light, the silver sheen,
the crash of waterfall on stone--
farewell to kingdoms vast and green,
to that new king on Gondor's throne.
The horses and the wagons wait,
as I descend this ageless stair,
then on we tread with solemn gait,
and leave behind all what was there.

Blessings,
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From Out My Hobbit Hole

Postby prmiller » Tue May 02, 2017 4:54 am

Sweeping down hillsides and swirling round trees,
causing a tumult like great swarms of bees,
down come the rains that their hard work may yield
bounty for friends with a garden or field.

Skipping on branches and leaping off leaves
pummeling rooftops and flagstones and eaves,
concerts of drumming, while sky-trumpets blow,
all this that corn, carrots, peas, beans may grow.

Sipping my tea, while the storm passes by,
noting that nothing escaped staying dry;
all shall be scoured of dusty dull grey,
then we shall smile at a freshly-scrubbed May.

Blessings,
Parm :-)
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No Wonder All is Grand and Green

Postby prmiller » Thu Jun 01, 2017 10:28 pm

No wonder all is grand and green--
winds shape wild waves that seldom splash--
I stand on hillsides drenched by rain,
which courses down each brow and lash.
No wonder all is grand and green;
the flowers glint with sunlit gleams
that pierce through clouds of gold hues,
and I sit soaked from heaven's streams.
No wonder all is grand and green--
I do not mind the fertile wet--
watch sorrows washed from blades and blooms
that have not known rain's gladness yet.
No wonder all is grand and green,
and all the earth is fresh and clean.

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The Dance of Leaves

Postby prmiller » Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:24 pm

And can it be that trees could talk
with leafy gestures, wind inspired?
True, heaven's breath
brings life from death,
but are these limbs by passions fired?
At times there is gentle word
or suddenly a rush of thought.
As branches sway,
do tree friends say
much more that pines and ashes ought?
Sometimes the leaves like fingers play
the waiting air like organ keys,
thus Bach heard airs
twixt leafy pairs
of mighty oaks or apple trees.
Come, reel you rows of lilac friends
Come, curtsey, cherries, blossomed bright,
come willows sing
and poplars bring
your bright applause this festive night.

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When Skies are Silhouette-Inspired

Postby prmiller » Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:46 pm

When trees beyond carve silhouettes
into the vast expanse of sky,
their intricacy fascinates;
quick, bland descriptions they defy.
No bold impressionism paints
their detailed sharpness edge to edge,
all ruffed about with leafy boughs
and darkly trimmed by fence and hedge.
Stars beyond gleam through each branch
and moonlight limns each needled spur.
Sun shall return and greens shall grace
the spruce, the pine, and noble fir.

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The Wonder of Clouds

Postby prmiller » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:39 pm

They seem as though a noble tower,
could grace the crest that rises high,
the clouds seem marble strong and hued
against the sea-blue summer's sky.
Beneath the summits, granite plains
stretch massively on breathless heights,
while banners briefly waft on pikes,
awaiting brave and cloud-formed knights.
As swiftly as this scene appears
the towers topple, castles break,
as unseen winds, that shed no tears,
sweep knights away, foundations shake.
Once more the clouds swirl up and form
a mighty dragon, limned with fire...
until the sunlight fades and falls,
a new shapes form what winds inspire.

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Simply put

Postby prmiller » Wed Aug 09, 2017 12:49 pm

Each word
sacrificial risk
too daring
too silly
too stilted
too trendy
too too
each word
heart thoughts
eye joys
head concepts
life morsels
friendship stretchers
faith challengers
world framers
love affirmers
each word
simply put.
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