Poems About: INNOCENCE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.PEACE IS THE SOLUTION
Peace is the solution
Vision to soldiers leaving barracks with conviction
Attacking the weakness of defenseless global nations
To deepen the pockets of chairman stealing pensions read more »One Tap
350.Pretty world of a girl
Pretty world of a girl
Her father was toiling for money.
Her mother was using money for homely requirement. read more »vijay gupta
Descending from the darkness,
an angel crouches in the shadows;
purity cradled by her tender breast,
somnolent from demon’s sedition. read more »Kim Schilling
There is no laughter
only tears falling down read more »Daniel Wittfoth
353.For Many Life Is A Hard Battle
For many life is a hard battle but most rise again after a fall
And from life babies do begin learning long before they learn how to crawl
It would be nice to stay innocent for a lifetime but the innocence of childhood doesn't last
The years seem to go by so quickly and time as we know ticks on fast read more »Francis Duggan
354.Angry! ! ! ! ! ! ! dont read if Sensitive! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
I’m not angry at you God
I’m just angry at life
…..No I’m not angry at Life
I’m angry at You read more »Wanelisa Albert
355.Jerusalem / Land of God
Home of Saints and Prophets
All of them prayed there read more »Eman Elbadawi
You always say I want attention
But did I want attention when...
I didn't tell you my innocence was ripped away,
And I was only 7 years old? read more »Gabriela Valoy
357.The wings of love
With pains and oppressions,
I close my eyes in fear
and my heart stops beating
time strays into the space unseen. read more »Tarapada Mohapatra
358.swinging in the wind
oh fond memory
that little girl laying in her tire swing
laughing and smiling
enjoying the sun read more »Scarlet .....
Sometimes people say to me,
why do you write so much about the past?
I look at them with dreamy eyes;
a small smile curls my lips, read more »David Harris
When I sit next to you...I see you.
I feel you; with years in between.
Until you're much older and wiser.
You know nothing of what I mean. read more »Delilah Caszatt