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Poems About: MAGIC

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  • 349.

    I find myself inside the sun,
    where the moon and stars kiss,
    they do, you just can't see it with a naked eye,
    open the other and welcome the magic, read more »

    Kasia Fedyk
  • 350.
    Drop of water

    Drop of water
    early morning every individual leaf has drop
    that looks like glass
    some magic in it read more »

    Dhivya Thiyagarajan
  • 351.
    Fascination Number Four

    The metaphoric see-saw
    (up, down)
    A lesser version
    of a stomach churn… read more »

    Shelby Barker
  • 352.
    Magic Zone

    Build a magic zone
    For life is like a cone
    That we lick to make a belt
    Or else it will all melt read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 353.
    Relations to God

    Staunch faith in God
    Makes one mistake medicine for magic.
    Shallow faith in God
    Makes one mistake magic for medicine. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 354.
    She's Not a Celestial Like...

    She's not a celestial like Earth
    Rotating, revolving per divine command
    A magic in need for human demand
    To obligate in obedience of high worth read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 355.
    to the one who says she is reading my poem

    let us have a compromise,
    after reading the first stanza
    from my magic lines
    i will give you read more »

  • 356.
    Magic Love

    Diamonds are falling with the raindrops
    Poppies are scattered on the sea.
    Apple blossom's growing
    Near a stream so gently flowing read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 357.

    Come one, come all.
    Take your seat and watch in awe.
    Witness some amazing acts
    of magic before your eyes. read more »

    Tyler Kelley
  • 358.
    Promise always to be kind to yourself and others around you

    read more »

    Susie Sunshine
  • 359.
    love in seasons

    Indeed love is like magic
    Wonderful and fantastic
    With sprinkles and glitters
    It warmed my winter read more »

    Drin John Mosqueda
  • 360.

    The fog is near.
    Ready to shield her magic from the world.

    On the outside she is an ordinary girl,
    But on the inside she is extraordinary. read more »

    Christina J. Williams
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