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  • 337.
    Christmas? Cheers

    Christmas is a time of focussed energy
    Expectations of happy moments
    Phone calls to distant relatives
    Cards with greetings and happy thoughts read more »

    Gerard Heathcote
  • 338.
    Everyday and everynight

    Everyday I think about you
    and all the things I am putting you through
    I think about me cheating
    then I think about your face read more »

    Tosya Glatt
  • 339.
    25 years

    25 years WOW
    I am sure it was only the other day. read more »

    Dennis Walker
  • 340.
    I Do (My future Wedding vows) (c) 8-13-07

    This is a letter from me to you
    To let you know that truly I do
    But the words I say cannot be used freely
    So this letter is telling you that I do really read more »

    Corey Threet
  • 341.

    Who knows Solitude better than me?
    All away from home where shall I be?
    With memories ans reveries,
    Of the bygone days! read more »

    Shabnam Roshan
  • 342.
    Why Immortalize Wives In Poems.

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with a wife wanting to be imortalized in a poem or a painting...
    Boats are named after women that be wives.
    This fact enables them to endure a much happier day in their lives...
    Hurricanes are named for women. read more »

    Michael Gale
  • 343.
    Commercials Make Me Cry

    Commercials make me cry,
    So do articles about talented men
    Who, at age 44
    of a massive heart attack read more »

    Noemi Lee
  • 344.
    Sonnet: My Father- a Noble Soul!

    Oh, what a lovely father, we have had!
    He raised a family of children ten
    In honest ways, God-fearing, never sad,
    And put each one on road towards Heaven. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 345.

    Will others remember me
    When from this Mortal Life I slip?
    As I remember those of my forebears,
    Who did before me live. read more »

    Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
  • 346.
    :) Poem of Pure Autobiography

    Mother was Presbyterian and Dad Roman Catholic
    It took them a silver anniversary to truly bridge the gulf
    And I about as long to find my way
    With help from Quakers and Unitarians and other read more »

    Bill Grace
  • 347.

    I don’t know what to do with you now
    That I felt your tender touch
    You opened your heart to me and told me some things
    I realized it all that I may have love you read more »

    Marilyn White
  • 348.
    A Gala Celebration

    Sound the trumpets, beat the drums
    for across the Atlantic
    Five Felicians have come.
    "What is their mission?" read more »

    Sister M. Marcy Baldys, CSSF
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