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Poems About: LAUGHTER

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

  • 229.
    As Long as you are near

    The first time we meet,
    I could see
    That you and I were meant to be.
    Your eyes were so gentle, read more »

    Courtney Noggle
  • 230.
    Precious One

    Sugar sweetness in angel form
    Laughter and kisses divine
    The day that God made you
    The heavens rejoiced read more »

    Linda Ori
  • 231.

    why shall we speak of laughter
    why shall we speak of fun
    when all that's left is disaster
    and everything is done read more »

    nicole Davis
  • 232.

    If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane,
    id walk right up to heaven and bring you home again

    If laughter could erase the pain you felt, read more »

    christina henry
  • 233.
    That Kinda of Day

    Smiles spread like a wild fire
    Laughter as contagious as a medical outbreak
    Children run around like bees after their hive has been kicked. read more »

    Lost Sierra
  • 234.
    Empty Playground

    The swings stand empty,
    but rock back and forth.
    Probably in the memory,
    of the children who sat on them. read more »

    David Harris
  • 235.
    Beauty at Dusk

    The room is stilled
    dimmed by evening light through
    shuttered blinds
    A perfect evening, summer spring read more »

    Geraldine Moorkens Byrne
  • 236.


    In olden times, long before, read more »

    Tsira Gogeshvili
  • 237.
    Laughter of the stream

    I walk along by the stream,
    listening to the laughter of the stones and water,
    I remenber the times of joy, were they a dream?
    the times I danced with the heavenly daughter. read more »

    S.C. Setai
  • 238.
    He laughed and I melted

    Is there something better than a laugh?
    A better type of recognition – I think not.
    Oh, and to tell a joke that is received with laughter
    No, there is nothing better than that read more »

    A. V. Asreg
  • 239.
    Down On The Funny Farm

    Down on the Funny Farm
    where some say I was born
    where laughter is the key
    that trips a smile read more »

    David Harris
  • 240.
    Every Birthday

    Happy Birthday Right? Wrong!
    Birthdays are suppose to be happy
    Full of laughter maybe Mystery
    But not mine not ever read more »

    Joi Till
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