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Processional
MY love leads the white bulls to sacrifice.
He is white, and he leans against their folded necks.
Alice Archer Sewall James poet by Alice Archer Sewall James
on 4/11/2014
Aslolan
bir mum yakmalı göçük altında şimdi
itler gibi olanı verip katrina’ya
Muzaffer Akin poet by Muzaffer Akin
on 4/11/2014
Sinfonia Eroica
HE comes, the happy warrior,
The wind has blown him on!
Alice Archer Sewall James poet by Alice Archer Sewall James
on 4/11/2014
The Butterfly
I AM not what I was yesterday,
God knows my name.
Alice Archer Sewall James poet by Alice Archer Sewall James
on 4/11/2014
A Virgin (Male)
Pauper among thieves
Of women's dowries.....
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/11/2014
Strange Encounter
It was a silent night if not holy, it was overcast
the electric gone, no streetlamps or moon.
oskar hansen poet by oskar hansen
on 4/11/2014
venice where I wish to go
Venice where I wish to go
there I may be go and find
Thampi KEE poet by Thampi KEE
on 4/11/2014
A Kiss (4)
What is scribbled
On my lips
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/11/2014
The Earth Is Not Dancing, But The Northeastern New Guys
The earth is not dancing,
It appaears to be dancing
Bijay Kant Dubey poet by Bijay Kant Dubey
on 4/11/2014
Closed bird
I have more than I lift
Not the ego or prophesy
SALINI NAIR poet by SALINI NAIR
on 4/11/2014
Literature From The Northeast of India
To talk about the novice English verse practitioners,
Trying to write and evolve,
Bijay Kant Dubey poet by Bijay Kant Dubey
on 4/11/2014
Orbit
As the earth’s tilt, and orbit around the sun
Causes changes, effects but keeps the non-luminous and luminous apart
Dino Steffens poet by Dino Steffens
on 4/11/2014
Where Truth Dwells
The vestigial truth
Lives in the loneliest of places
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/11/2014
I Want To Love Again
I want to love again like a child, to spread my arms wide and fly
To look at the world through the velvety eyes of a new born butterfly
Dino Steffens poet by Dino Steffens
on 4/11/2014
Like some roots anchoring the same big tree (Envelope coup..
Like some roots anchoring the same big tree
in life you do constantly anchor me
Gert Strydom poet by Gert Strydom
on 4/11/2014
Cinderella (Haiku Poems)
A Prince's Dream
Slender slipper
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/11/2014
Voyage Of Soul
Contradictions always fury
Yet it started to mighty world
SALINI NAIR poet by SALINI NAIR
on 4/11/2014
Dark Secrets
©Dark secrets
Maya regrets today the day she told a lie
PADMINI DUTTA SHARMA poet by PADMINI DUTTA SHARMA
on 4/11/2014
Marcy
From the first moment I laid eyes
On the Woman of all my dreams
Joel Roderick Bisson poet by Joel Roderick Bisson
on 4/11/2014
And That Is The Trick Actually To Be Happy
a journey is a
diversion road hoping to find
RIC S. BASTASA poet by RIC S. BASTASA
on 4/11/2014
And The Brim Cannot Hold It Anymore
there is a dance that comes to you naturally
you never planned it
RIC S. BASTASA poet by RIC S. BASTASA
on 4/11/2014
Beauty, Like Anyone Else, With Too Much Attention, Is Choked
i like the way you put so much effort
on that sculpture: a head of a woman with braided hair
RIC S. BASTASA poet by RIC S. BASTASA
on 4/11/2014
Or Will Silence Do All The Cure?
his papa is always wary about the way
things are put
RIC S. BASTASA poet by RIC S. BASTASA
on 4/11/2014
how to be still beautiful despite
i understand perfectly well
if you do not not believe, but
RIC S. BASTASA poet by RIC S. BASTASA
on 4/11/2014
Your speech
Your speech, when you give generously,
Is the bees' harvest in the milk of a mother-camel:
Abu Dhuayb al Hudhali poet by Abu Dhuayb al Hudhali
on 4/11/2014
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