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Poems About: LIGHT

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  • 337.
    Older Than Time

    Older than time,
    I have been around, always,
    To light up your life. read more »

    Scarlett Treat
  • 338.
    Let There Be Light

    HALF prayed, and half commanded--
    Let there be light!
    Light, where waits one undaunted,
    Blind with fight; read more »

    Louisa Sarah Bevington
  • 339.
    Little Light

    Little light,
    little light.
    Shine so bright
    through darkest night. read more »

    Marvin Lachenmaier
  • 340.

    'Put out the light!'
    He had no need of man-made glow
    With celestial Dawn in sight:
    Unflinchingly, we saw him go read more »

    Raymond Garfield Dandridge
  • 341.
    What Is Pain

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    Cameron Kalka
  • 342.
    Stay in shadow

    Dancing lights in my mind
    shadow craws the places it left behind

    light and dark pull to and fro read more »

    Eric Elliott
  • 343.

    the light the light
    POURING read more »

    Sarah Cotnam
  • 344.

    Did you ever notice a stream of light,
    Darting in and out of the shadows?
    Did you ever see a butterfly formed by light,
    Fluttering about? read more »

    Cheryl Cheng
  • 345.
    Distant Light

    Distant light flickers an invitation of hope.
    In reaching it, there will be sanctification.
    Dimness that surrounds the eyes
    will be forgotten. read more »

    Chris G. Vaillancourt
  • 346.

    Bright light that fades to black
    An engulfing night that encompanses all who dare to enter
    A lifeless land that expands beyond one’s imagination
    The mind of God creating this land read more »

    Quientin Hubbs
  • 347.
    In The Darkness

    its not a poem. its a song that i wrote.

    verse 1: demons come from every side(in the darkness is the light)
    holding me on a downward slide(in the darkness is the light) read more »

    annamaria tartaglia
  • 348.
    The Seven Golden Lamps***D**

    It is not so much to the light
    as to the utensil or stand
    for holding it that his attention is turned; read more »

    Mary Wismer
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