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Poems About: BIRTH

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

  • 349.
    birth (Motherhood)

    a child born with closed eyes
    it was a new beginning of my life

    people think a child is born read more »

    Pradnya Pahurkar
  • 350.
    Life between the two Births

    Life walks in the dark path of
    Birth and birth.
    You had just known one
    In this dreary Earth. read more »

    Khondoker Shajahan
  • 351.
    Impulsive bloomer

    Mother breast is to
    Stored fat to soak up,
    inflexible body structure,
    Lightning hurricane in the coffer read more »

    palash dey
  • 352.
    It's Not A Cycle

    The things that come, would go.
    Would the things that went, come?
    Death is certain for birth;
    Is birth certain for death? read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 353.
    Immanuel

    God with us Immanuel
    came down with man to dwell.
    For a virgin has given birth
    to the Son of God upon the earth. read more »

    Royston Allen
  • 354.
    Birth Of A Tear

    a single tear birth born in pain is a monument in meaning
    shattered lifetimes of love may be salt tribute paid passing
    a single tear fresh sprung in wake wonder new life birthing
    a lifespan testament web in reason love pain purpose meaning read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 355.
    Feeling Headaches Occasionally PMS Intense

    my PMS is secondary not primary
    secondary is collateral range fallout
    consequences lapping lunar cycles
    birth red rose booms periodic flowers read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 356.
    Gloria's Glorious Glory

    the festival began at dusk
    amidst the rings of fairy dust
    beating paths the fair and mild
    and joyous came from miles and miles read more »

    Maynard Hartman
  • 357.
    Nature

    The sun is the seed,
    The moon is the fruit.
    The earth is the blossom,
    The universe the root. read more »

    Pene Burkey
  • 358.
    The difference

    I don't see any difference between birth and death
    good and bad, happy and sorrow
    smile and cry, man and woman et cetera.,
    The crawl from cradle to graveyard read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 359.
    Chopping down the second

    a second
    a tick on the clock
    that hides
    a million moments read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 360.
    You speak to me and say

    Cherish

    The brilliance of the day,
    Come what may read more »

    Terry Brewer
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