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Title Poet
Life After Death!
A writer can embellish things
Like children often do,
Denis Martindale poet by Denis Martindale
on 4/11/2014
Dark Habits
You painted the twilight with an oily rag
Roadside in the puddles, what a dark ire
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 4/11/2014
We Did Belong
So many happy years
So many happy smiles
Ray Hansell poet by Ray Hansell
on 4/11/2014
Beautiful Minds
Beautiful minds that nurture good things,
Are the fertile soil for thoughts that bring
Cynthia BuhainBaello poet by Cynthia BuhainBaello
on 4/11/2014
They'll Be No One
I have no one to hold me
On a cold winters night
Ray Hansell poet by Ray Hansell
on 4/11/2014
Loving Midnight
Midnight
Shoes, socks, pants, shirt, bra, off in that order.
Carly Kisley poet by Carly Kisley
on 4/11/2014
ضحكة من القلب A Laugh That Comes Out Of One's Heart
Only those pretty laughs that come Out of our hearts are greatly true And they wil
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 4/11/2014
Martyr Of Heart
Her parents are so severe
Would she hate her soul mate
kassem oude poet by kassem oude
on 4/11/2014
Age Five At Ninnywood, Somerset County PA
1
Softly I run into the twilight
Carole Walker poet by Carole Walker
on 4/11/2014
Wedding Day
Yes, daughter mine,
We have reached the time
patricia Northall poet by patricia Northall
on 4/11/2014
Thoughts 3-1-09 #4
I hope tomorrow
Is better then today
Ray Hansell poet by Ray Hansell
on 4/11/2014
The Time Was Right
we both felt it
we couldn't let it pass us by
Ray Hansell poet by Ray Hansell
on 4/11/2014
Events
If the darkness’s divine,
Would white be the crime?
Two Sides poet by Two Sides
on 4/11/2014
Gold and Pearls For Your Children
Apples of gold on settings of silver
Such is the value in words of Wisdom,
Cynthia BuhainBaello poet by Cynthia BuhainBaello
on 4/11/2014
After Depression
Like a man was in jail
In his cell still alone
kassem oude poet by kassem oude
on 4/11/2014
My Mind Has Found
In the day time I get my thoughts
In the evening I write them down
Ray Hansell poet by Ray Hansell
on 4/11/2014
Inner Beauty
Charm is deceptive and may not be sincere,
And beauty of a face may not soon be here.
Cynthia BuhainBaello poet by Cynthia BuhainBaello
on 4/11/2014
Removing The Spark
They brought back more than
fleas from the trenches
Dan Reynolds poet by Dan Reynolds
on 4/11/2014
Animality
Five fathoms below white-crested sea
Creatures, adorned in black and white,
R B Seals poet by R B Seals
on 4/11/2014
Face In The Mirror
Her Face In The Mirror
Acne, reservoir after a nasty way to collect everything due
Is It Poetry poet by Is It Poetry
on 4/11/2014
نيسان NISAN - APRIL - ابريل
نيسان هوائه يحي الانسان, كل الازهار و
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 4/11/2014
Country Holiday
I have thought deeply, cried and denied
That I needed you by my side,
patricia Northall poet by patricia Northall
on 4/11/2014
Easter Poem
There once was a traveler who was driven out of town
On His shoulders was a burden that pushed Him to the ground.
Tom Zart poet by Tom Zart
on 4/11/2014
Like A Thrown Boomerang
Minimize the pain that came to remain.
Even though it's difficult to let it go.
Lawrence S. Pertillar poet by Lawrence S. Pertillar
on 4/11/2014
Tears of Surrender
Thoughts arise around us constantly,
reacting to the sight of water in our eyes.
Karen GonzalezVidela poet by Karen GonzalezVidela
on 4/11/2014
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