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Poems About: BIRTH

In this page, poems on / about “birth” are listed.

  • 349.
    Love Me

    Whose heart
    Is sealed
    In this poem
    It is I read more »

    Leaking Pen
  • 350.
    'Violet Comes Off Of The Trees, '

    It is the sun, naked and new.

    There birth beside child in life. read more »

    Romella Kitchens
  • 351.
    The stillness greets this netherworld

    The stillness greets this netherworld:
    For any words in it would create ripples and
    Consequently the lack of exactitude to derive any
    Meaning from a new birthed universe, read more »

    Oleh Wolansky
  • 352.
    Woman

    Woe man some say
    Worth’s man I’d say
    Nine months, in you world exist
    Accept as a part of you and never resist. read more »

    Adegbite Akolade
  • 353.
    The Truth

    Drops and drops countless drops
    All the rain drops falling on the earth
    join together in streams and rivulets
    Racing fast in reaching the rivers read more »

    Somanathan Iyer
  • 354.
    My Grandmum

    I f           o n l y          d e a t h

    Was within the purview of me read more »

    gideon zerah ogbonna
  • 355.
    Lust Is A Bait

    Man sets bait to catch fish.
    With bait the fish might slip.
    God set lust as bait for birth.
    Man gets it without a birth. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 356.
    The Good Shepherd's Birth (Triolet)

    His amazing Love born in a manger
    That night of the Good Shepherd's birth
    God's begotten Son, our promised Redeemer
    His amazing Love born in a manger read more »

    Cynthia BuhainBaello
  • 357.
    New Day

    New dawn births new day
    New morning, day and night
    Makes new day complete
    In the womb of new day read more »

    Babatunde Aremu
  • 358.
    Soul, Soul

    Light passes thru light.
    The lamp burns bright,
    under the fire of lust,
    awaiting the dust. read more »

    Neela Nath
  • 359.
    Memories Of A Woman

    Shadows in the midnight
    Scanty seen through the half moon
    Shadows like ghosts
    Memories of a woman read more »

    Gamier Dalet Mwaikoma
  • 360.
    The need for sleep

    What we watch pushes us
    to leap
    some to death but i prefer
    faith, read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
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