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Poems About: LAUGHTER

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  • 49.
    The Laughter Of Women

    The laughter of women sets fire
    to the Halls of Injustice
    and the false evidence burns
    to a beautiful white lightness read more »

    Lisel Mueller
  • 50.
    laughter, the best medicine?

    what's in a sound, thaT HAS NO WORD?
    laughing in enjoyment, or at a spirit broken
    laughter brings us closer, or for a fight will gird
    laughter has a resonance, meaning many things unspoken read more »

    tommy lee rage
  • 51.
    After the Laughter

    '

    It started as a giggle
    as I tried to wriggle free read more »

    Azriel Moonrise
  • 52.
    TEARS AND LAUGHTER

    TEARS AND LAUGHTER

    Our life gets ensconced between our
    laughter and tears, read more »

    RAJ NANDY
  • 53.
    Humor Is an Armor

    Worry is an invisible tumor
    But it can be cured by humor
    With rage let not face simmer
    As others’ faces must not become dimmer read more »

    Mailrangam Visvanathan Venkataraman
  • 54.
    Laughter

    I love to get a dance right.
    When a dance does go wrong
    makes me laugh uncontrollably.
    I hold my sides - read more »

    agnes parker
  • 55.
    Without A Laugh Day

    Some people about money they worry themselves gray
    But life is scarce worth living without a laugh a day
    For if you live without laughter how boring your life must be
    You are worse off than a pauper though you may be well off financially. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 56.
    Laugh Riot

    The last time they smiled, Its been a while
    Neither do they laugh
    Secretly rolling in laughter, they pretend to cough read more »

    Dorothy Sinha
  • 57.
    We Need Some Laughter In Our Lives

    We need some laughter in our lives since laughter makes us happy
    I know this bloke he never smiles like baby with wet nappy
    He always seems so close to tears for him I do feel pity
    Financially well to do and spiritually poor many like him in this City read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 58.
    More Than Life (The Street Leads You To Me)

    On and off like echoes, Needs are
    Down and Up like life, wishes can be
    Worst and worthy like death, time is
    Good but dull as distance, my life can be read more »

    Keith Anastase KAMOSSO
  • 59.
    Don't Stop The Laughter

    Because adolescence is inopportune,
    too many are trying to grow up too soon.
    Instead of believing that your life's a flop,
    try remembering where you were when the laughter stopped. read more »

    William Chaplar
  • 60.
    Laughter

    What would I do without laughter?
    A sad place indeed, it would be.
    The funnies..the sillies..whatever it takes
    for the sound of laughter. read more »

    Sophia Borger
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