27 October, 2010

Asher Michael Pasquale

Now, to be fair I will be posting my youngest son's poem next (that's all they need is more rivalry) which is in the same realm as Elijah's. Enjoy!

Asher Michael Pasquale

An angelical ray of light
sparkling through a dreary night
hardy rock, with a lustrous glow
earnest elf always on the go
roving to retrieve all in sight.

Mighty engine sharp as a sword
ingrained inside of our heart’s core
christened in the love of the Lord
hearty star, who’s heard with a roar
a determined force full of coos
equipped to use his smile to woos
lamp of life spreading winsome hues.

Pillar of love whom we cherish
a virtue blooming with thunder
splendid souls are comprised from this
quaint and jolly muse of wonder
unique in his warmth and content
as is his laugh and playful way
limitless one-hundred percent
every day we thank God and pray.


  1. Dave your poems are wonderful and what a treasure to pass on to your sons. I love the "earnest elf." smile...

    Oh, I love the "Blair the Bear" book you sent me. Thanks so much. A lovely story with a twist. I'll be reading it to my grandchildren when they come for Christmas! Blessings.

  2. I love your sons' names. Both so strong! :O)

  3. It's so cool that both of your boys are writing poems! I love it.

    I wanted to stop by and let you know that my 6-year-old daughter latched onto the copy of Blair the Bear you sent us as soon as I pulled it out of the package. She LOVED it! She read the whole thing by herself. Then she turned back to page one and started again. Thanks so much! :-)

  4. Thank you, I am just glad "Blair the Bear" is being read (lol). Both Elijah's and Asher's poems were the hardest ones I've ever done because of the complexity to them (each letter in their names has to start with a word of that letter, plus syllables and rhyme patterns)...very obsessive compulsive, no?


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