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Poems About: FAREWELL

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  • 349.
    *Happy Farewell

    The city of dreams
    In conspiracy with nature
    Too long indulgence
    When it lay bare read more »

    Sadiqullah Khan
  • 350.
    The Moon Shines off You

    As you Lie there in the dark,
    Me lying next to you on that hot humid night of summer.
    The moons shines off your body,
    off every line and countour of your muscle. read more »

    Rosalita Fernandez
  • 351.

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    Metin Sahin
  • 352.

    We have been together since we have had toddlers feet.
    We have had our laugh, that in the end made me weak.
    So farewell, Bon voyage to the friend i'll always know.
    It's a shame we are going and that i have to let you go. read more »

    katie badham
  • 353.
    So long

    Mystified, by the struggle
    to survive my own pride.
    Haunted by the demons of my past life. read more »

    Lizzy Scott
  • 354.
    To My Wife

    Solemnly, I swear
    I'll live forever by your side
    To the endpoint of my adulthood,
    Through the barricades of happiness, read more »

    Dennis Go
  • 355.
    Christmas 2003

    The memoir of childhood days,
    Deeply carved as years part ways,
    Penetrating and leaving memory's rays,
    Solitude for silver bells rang in the hay, read more »

    Susan T. Aparejo
  • 356.
    One Lucky Gal

    (poetry in progress)

    such a great number of years
    she has collected, one lucky gal read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 357.
    A Man of Worth

    Dear Uncle Fred's the type of man
    Who to his neighbours gives a hand.
    A man who would not deal in lies,
    Who never could a soul despise. read more »

    Lone Dog
  • 358.
    Before I Finally Enter Darkness

    Before I finally enter darkness
    I wish to be surrounded by friends
    All waving farewell and broadly smiling
    With Kisses and hugs eternally beguiling read more »

  • 359.
    All I Could Get

    Roaming one Thursday with reluctance
    Amid the smog and noise
    Amid haste immaturity irresponsibility
    Amid the rude sound of telephones read more »

    Sidney P. Roberts II
  • 360.


    Balanced fine upon a pillar of fire, you flew
    Up, beyond the sky’s familiar blue read more »

    Fatt Bob
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