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gajanan mishra poet Who Said I Am Weak by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,389 Points
Who said I am weak,
Who said I fear death? ?
Savita Tyagi poet Changing Times by Savita Tyagi Gold Star - 14,872 Points
People who rejected the
Power of aristocratic pomp and valor
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet Justice And Freedom Reigning by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Gold Star - 74,040 Points
Only living in the moment, taking the sun with me where-
ever I travel in life, burning always, keeping me warm no
gajanan mishra poet The Wound by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,389 Points
The wound of my life
I have to hide,
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet Rhythmic Ride by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Gold Star - 74,040 Points
Soothing and calm, a steady beat settling within, taking
me for a rhythmic ride through poetry.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet Effervescent Enlightenment by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Gold Star - 74,040 Points
Placing beats steadily into intellect, writing poetry
rapidly, not wanting to hear anything else, no talking,
gajanan mishra poet Kapala (Odia) by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,389 Points
Mo kapalare kana achhi
Mu kemiti paribi kahi
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet Rhythms Under The Badge by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Gold Star - 74,040 Points
Reeling with fantastic rhythms of 'Under The Badge',
a band filled with enthusiasm and life, taking us on
Paul Warren. poet Love - Is Love The Glue? by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 16,220 Points
Is love the glue?
That binds us together
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet Questioning Without Doubt by RoseAnn V. Shawiak Gold Star - 74,040 Points
Questioning how you could love me with all my faults,
idiosnycrasies and emotional feelings, yet you are
gajanan mishra poet Forehead by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,389 Points
What is there
On my forehead
Bijay Kant Dubey poet What's Your Name? , Said He, Mocchu Hindustani by Bijay Kant Dubey Gold Star - 24,227 Points
What's your name,
Said he,
Paul Warren. poet Family - What Makes A Family? by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 16,220 Points
What makes a family?
Is it a father and mother
Paul Warren. poet Life - What Is It That You Don't Want To Hear? by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 16,220 Points
What is it that you don't want to hear?
That you failed at something that you hold dear
Heaven's Authority poet Dreaming Kids by Heaven's Authority Freshman - 796 Points
Little fairies building castles-
Way up high- Up in the sky-
mohammad ahmadizadeh poet Gravity Law by mohammad ahmadizadeh Bronze Star - 2,438 Points
Sometimes to understand the gravity law
A departure apple must be fall on head of love
Udaya R. Tennakoon poet Time Of Life by Udaya R. Tennakoon Bronze Star - 2,879 Points
Run behind you
To over take
Tumsah LawAn poet Stages by Tumsah LawAn Rookie - 2 Points
do not judge me with
words I have forgotten.
Francis Duggan poet One Of The Homeless by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 6,952 Points
Of great achievements in his life he may never have to tell
One of the homeless youths of Poverty Street in his own Earthly Hell
Francis Duggan poet Johnny Jack From Clara Or The Devil From Hell by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 6,952 Points
A story from my childhood I often heard old timers tell
One that I remember as memory serves me well
Francis Duggan poet In Football As In Life by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 6,952 Points
'Tis sad that their gallant effort to nothing did amount
In sport as in life only winners seem to count
Francis Duggan poet If There Is A Heaven by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 6,952 Points
If there is a Heaven far distant from here
I'm sure the God there does enjoy dancing and laughter and his pot of cheer
Spock the Vegan poet Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton by Spock the Vegan Gold Star - 11,695 Points
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Is a well-known liberal politician,
Govind Ramakrishnan poet They Were Puppets by Govind Ramakrishnan Rookie - 500 Points
This distorting
And supposedly
Francis Duggan poet The Desire For The Thing Known As Success by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 6,952 Points
The desire for the thing known as success the ego seems to feed
Though it is not in everyone in many 'tis a need
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