Poems About: ELEGY
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361.Wish You P H Pals A HAPPY NEW YEAR-2013
-"W ish you PH pals A Happy New Year"!
I s the wish this pal sends you over here—
S ince my entry into this famous site,
H aven of many Poets' eminent write. read more »chandra thiagarajan
362.The Headlong Summer Rush
Told to read Summerhill
before we arrived
we wondered how our
overweening ambitions read more »Percy Dovetonsils
See that chunk of glazed Egyptian faience
resting idly in that vitrine
ancient as the hills
adventuring from blue to green read more »Morgan Michaels
Edida, add, did, dad, die, dead!
To rub it,
Clean, cleanse! read more »Edward Kofi Louis
365.The Exploding Sun
You are the sky, I am the earth.
Our true passion the sun did we birth.
Destined to live forevermore,
Spreading our romance rays from shore to shore. read more »Kingsley Olaleye Reuben
366.`benjamin! oh bad poetry
my first name benjamin
a poet of incendiary century
i never get along well with politics
do you ever ask why I hate daisies read more »Efe Benjamin
367.@ As I fall asleep
As I fall asleep, your eyes close on me,
As I breathe your abundance, your lips kiss on me.
To a dried stream of water, what embankments,
Whereas oceans of beauty flow through it. read more »Sadiqullah Khan
368.Buried My September
I have no words to say; I am but a man
a wildfire destined to burn out
I am crippled by the weight, the weight of the sonnet of silence
The words, I have no use read more »Russell Nero
Your gypsy fiddle breaks the night
howls through the eaves a torrid tear, read more »James Browning Kepple
370.A VEILED MIND
A mind too can be veiled
The truth strikes the terrains of prudence.
'You begin your search and you will be hailed
By most minds veiled with cadence'! read more »M.D Dinesh Nair
371.Fear For The World
Through the hazy year of time,
Across the murderous seas of brine.
Floating through the skies so high,
Going round and round with a demented sigh. read more »Geraldine PoynerHayes
372.@ If I Fall
Who will mourn you, who will in your love,
Write elegies. Who on a palm, like a yellow
Autumn leaf, on papyrus, on wind and water,
In air, breathe the warmth of your bosom. read more »Sadiqullah Khan