Category Archives: Robert Mucci

Valentine Rhyming Poem by Robert Mucci

Valentine My love in words is hard to say Warm thoughts and cheer shall rule the day Such beauty, wit, and grace divine I covet you my valentine.   To put in words so very hard I bought this clever … Continue reading

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Rhyming Poem by Robert Mucci

SUPERIOR MOTIONS   Golden silk strands of heavenly hair She glides down the aisle lighter than air Approaching the bench she encounters a stare She has the attention of all who are there.   The lawyers and clerks gaze in … Continue reading

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Poem by Robert Mucci

Jumping Jeremy Jericho by Robert Mucci   Jumping Jeremy Jericho Rode his horse a gray calico Down through the glen To the very end For that’s as far as his horse would go.     No finer horse was he … Continue reading

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Poem by Robert Mucci

Leaves Upon the Ground by Robert Mucci   A gentle breeze sends autumn leaves swirling to the ground Tumbling through the tepid air as they twirl ‘round. Orange, greens and yellows, bronze and muted browns Nature’s palette limitless defies all … Continue reading

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