Treasure Island

New Poems


 

Title Poet
Only in Vegas
I grew up in Vegas, the city that never sleeps. Where its soul vegetation is the dry desert clay and is surrounded by hard Rocky Mountains. The shrubb
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/17/2014
Morning
The day emerges
A magnetic prism of light
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/17/2014
Shifting Afternoon
Every day I find myself trapped into a daily routine;
Time is beside itself, a distilment passage of
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/17/2014
Song of Solomon
Poem for Michael Brown
The Song of Solomon echoes passages of faith
Angela K Brown poet by Angela K Brown
on 9/17/2014
The watcher is watched
I watch myself
watch myself
Christopher Withers poet by Christopher Withers
on 9/17/2014
I Will Still Love You
No matter what you are or do,
I still will keep on loving you,
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 9/17/2014
Born Too Many Times
'Repent, old man, and be born again'
So the clergyman said to Grandpa.
Oduro Bright Amoh poet by Oduro Bright Amoh
on 9/17/2014
Self Examination
Aroused, I lie with a stiff appendage
My senses are alive
Phil Soar poet by Phil Soar
on 9/17/2014
Life's Prison
Looking out of prison's windows, trying to see some of
life's closely held treasures.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/17/2014
One Enchanted Garden
Verbal Flowers, words that bloom,
And enrapture with their tune,
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 9/17/2014
Selfie Expression
My prose
isn't elegant,
Frank Avon poet by Frank Avon
on 9/17/2014
Love is a Liquid ~~~ vs.32
Love is a liquid,
whose glass will it fill?
Monk E. Biz poet by Monk E. Biz
on 9/17/2014
Tiger
I know a man named Tiger,
I watched him on T.V,
Cherie Rogers poet by Cherie Rogers
on 9/17/2014
Fading Into Yesterfay
Sitting still on a hill
not a sound is heard
Heather Burns poet by Heather Burns
on 9/17/2014
Miracle in the dark
It's like a miracle in the dark
When; sardines chase the light
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 9/17/2014
we are a title for sure
how often do i tell you
we are the why the creek is full
Mandolyn ... poet by Mandolyn ...
on 9/17/2014
Dark Hallway
I walk down a Dark Hallway
I shout
John Foster poet by John Foster
on 9/17/2014
Closing Doors
Doors closing on hearts of sorrow, memories of past
experiences returning to remind one of horrible feelings.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/17/2014
Mayfly
I was born on a day so green
it filled my eyes with blue and yellow
Luke J. Holt poet by Luke J. Holt
on 9/17/2014
சூரிய ஒளி தன் அபூர்வ கிரணங்களோடு விரைந்து வரும்!
எங்கும் இருள், ஒரே இருள்,
நிலவும் இல்லை, ஒளியும் இல்லை,
Dr.V.K. Kanniappan poet by Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
on 9/17/2014
Awe - Inspiring Awareness
Setting suns lazily resting on summer horizons,
beautifully stretching colorful hues across the sky.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/17/2014
Remarkable Photograph
The church on a rock
looks like
Frank Avon poet by Frank Avon
on 9/17/2014
White Buffalo Annunciation
to my one quarter Cherokee beloved adopted Grandfather, Milton Barkus Young, (and legal Guardian) , the only grandfather I ever knew...
(who, with
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 9/17/2014
Unrest Soul: Scaffolding Divergence
Scaffolding divergence
Spending more time in labs
Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche poet by Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
on 9/17/2014
I Was There
No rush
Don't push
David Lacey poet by David Lacey
on 9/17/2014
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