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Poems About: ANNIVERSARY

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  • 229.
    S.o.b

    How do you not know what day it is?
    When you wake up at 6am tuesday morning
    when it's really wednesday. read more »

    Kayje Daae
  • 230.
    She looks fatten to her fancy dress

    Why did you give her an expensive dress?
    This born slim girl floats in the Baroness's grand anniversary party.
    Perhaps she may a Nanny in the Manor.
    The infant cries pathetically instead of the Nanny's inner cry. read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 231.
    Love

    Unlike a Flower
    My love for you
    Will never fade
    It burns as read more »

    Gavin Buttar
  • 232.
    january twenty-seven

    Two anniversaries on January twentyseven
    coincide.The birth of Mozart is the first,
    the Auschwitz liberation second, meaning heaven
    can lead the way to hell and not prevent the worst. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 233.
    Your Old Shirts......

    I have not, yet, recovered from the potent
    Memories of family outings.

    They peal like the anniversary read more »

    John Tansey
  • 234.
    Salad Days

    Know everything young age
    Suspectable middle age
    Believe in all mind old age
    Byegone Everything I want. read more »

    Syed Ali Sagar
  • 235.
    Dandy Andi

    Dandy Andi, where would we be without you?
    Our offices are the pieces & you're definitely the glue.

    With your wisdom & strength, many you have inspired. read more »

    Maria Diaz
  • 236.
    Surprise

    “E” knew it would rain,
    “Y” doubted it all morn

    what took her to where the father lay read more »

    Padmore Enyonam Agbemabiese
  • 237.
    Demarcations of Time

    We are creatures who like
    to number things,
    name things. read more »

    Sonny Rainshine
  • 238.
    This girl of mine

    This girl of mine
    Shes so kind and sweet
    Fills my heart with cheer
    Fills it to the brim read more »

    Justin Jones
  • 239.
    Regret

    In the corner of the living room was an album of
    unbearable photos
    Our wedding day
    Our honeymoon read more »

    Natalie Collins
  • 240.
    Floral Messengers

    Bouquets of flowers with rare beauty
    Symbolic messengers of importance
    Cut loose and lovingly given
    Commemorating days as they advance read more »

    Theresa Ann Moore
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