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Poems About: INNOCENCE

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

  • 361.
    Treasure Innocence

    “I have walked
    a lot of dark streets
    all over the world.” read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 362.
    Innocence Asleep

    A fair dark-eyed lassie was she,
    Her thirteenth summer passed,
    Who pursuing blue-eyed daisy,
    Herself had over-tasked; read more »

    Samuel Alfred Beadle
  • 363.

    Awaiting you
    By the fragrant trees
    An abundance of white innocence
    Raining at me, very giving read more »

    Dharinee Bapat
  • 364.

    (I saw a picture of a child feeding a sparrow on her palm.)

    Seeing this picture I went into trance,
    I saw in them sweet innocence dance. read more »

    C. P. Sharma
  • 365.
    Gentle Soul


    One last act of compassion
    Not aware of the lurking dangers read more »

    Mittur Ramprasad
  • 366.


    I know you're feeling very down
    And I wish you weren't sad. read more »

    Carolyn Ford Witt
  • 367.
    Healing the Sick

    The brightness of the sun is like that of the moon,
    Your innocence married with your soul:
    You spiritually healed the sick, helped a poor man,
    Collected taxes, spent danger, and kept safety. read more »

    Naveed Akram
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