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POETRY

Butterfly Kisses -- published 2012 @ Donna M. Carbone

Loves Many Reasons - published 2012 @ Donna M. Carbone

"Oh, my goodness, Miss Donna! That is so beautiful! You know, my wife and I were married for 50 beautiful years and what you wrote to your husband touched on so much of how much she and I loved and cherished each other. That's a marriage worth havin', ain't it! Thank you for this, Miss Donna." ~Cowboy~ 

"Oh, my goodness, Miss Donna! That is so beautiful! You know, my wife and I were married for 50 beautiful years and what you wrote to your husband touched on so much of how much she and I loved and cherished each other. That's a marriage worth havin', ain't it! Thank you for this, Miss Donna." ~Cowboy~ 

The View from My Window - published 2012 @ Donna M. Carbone

Touch - published 2010 @ Donna M. Carbone

The Queen's Battalion - 2009 @ Donna M. Carbone

"I like this, Miss Donna! I could see, in my minds eye, the children playing with their dog and having a good old time. That's what I love about authors and poets like yourself... (the ability) to paint images in our minds with your words. I enjoyed this very much. Thank you, ma'am." ~ Cowboy

"I like this, Miss Donna! I could see, in my minds eye, the children playing with their dog and having a good old time. That's what I love about authors and poets like yourself... (the ability) to paint images in our minds with your words. I enjoyed this very much. Thank you, ma'am." ~ Cowboy

Down the Dark Hole - published 2009 @ Donna M. Carbone

Donna wrote Down the Dark Hole while watching her daughter recover from the trauma of rape. So impressed was she with her daughter's strength and determination that she felt a need to honor her in some way. This poem is the result. Donna and Jessica want to thank Sean Linton, Jr., who drew the sketch for the poem while still at a student at Wellington High School.

Pecking Order - published 2010 @ Donna M. Carbone

“Brilliant, Donna! I just adore your poem. The three things that make your poem exquisite are: 1) The outstanding presentation. So beautiful. 2) The expression. The reader literally lives the moments. 3) The poem itself. Easy and fun to read. The theme of nature and feeling is unbelievable.  Your ability to mix the three into a piece of almost "romantic desirable irritation" is commendable.” ~ A fan ~

“Brilliant, Donna! I just adore your poem. The three things that make your poem exquisite are:

1) The outstanding presentation. So beautiful.
2) The expression. The reader literally lives the moments.
3) The poem itself. Easy and fun to read. The theme of nature and feeling is unbelievable. 
Your ability to mix the three into a piece of almost "romantic desirable irritation" is commendable.” ~ A fan ~

Sunday Serene - published 2010 @ Donna M. Carbone

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Tainted Lover - published 2007 @ Donna M. Carbone