Poems About: HOMEWORK
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Ah, who claims to be purest?
A sinner somewhere you are always
Causing a tear of pain
While taking birth, to your mother read more »Raj Thampi
You made me feel happy when I felt sad.
When I wanted to give up
you encouraged me to keep going.
I had my first kiss you and you were there read more »Felix Lugo
That dusty dilly-dally over Back Lane, Barn Lane and past McGreevy's blackened house, sighing in the creaking sunlight.
Your queenie allowed you three goes to my one. You wanted four; afraid to lose. We gave way once or twice to timid traffic; blunt, black motors, steered by earnest men, scanning the liquid road to nowhere. read more »James Mills
340.Much Love For Jessica
Deep soulful brown eyes—
the essence of nature—
from which everything grows!
Face of light and love, a read more »alexandra mars edmonds
341.The Perspective of LSD
Please dear, please don't cry,
I'll bring you to a place where you can fly,
A place where color talks and reality fade,
It's a dream within reality, don't be afraid. read more »Nick Choy
Everyone screams, ‘Yay! Yay!
Hallelujah, it’s a Snow Day! ’
Hot Chocolate, dripping down our chins.
Forgetting about all our sins. read more »Fane Oat
She is the one in the halls
that writes on the bathroom walls
trips and hits kids
throws huge fits read more »danielle barnes
344.The Working Week.
Things I hate. read more »Sallie Howson
I don´t know why I am not able to look at him
What if I could do without this seriousness?
And see him face to face. read more »Luis Gil de la Puente
In the stillness of the moment
Our eyes quietly meet
A nod from me affirming
Good behavior in their seat read more »Robert John Meehan
Quickstudy read more »Charles Hice
we felt sadness when you were born early
you weren't complete
you had hair somewhat curly read more »Ms. American Dream ...