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Mists On The Eyes
I could not see
Beyond the mist
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/12/2014
Tangling Abstracts
Finding my way through a jungle of tangled ideas,
being enlightened by their illumination of tomorrow's
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
A Question On Beauty
If a butterfly didn't have wings
If the nightingale couldn't sing
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/12/2014
Daylight Saving Slam Dunks Us
daylight saving slam dunked into falling Autumn
destroyed is natural ebb flow cycles increasing fading
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/12/2014
A Daydream Of A Day
When the morning dew is fresh on leaves
I'll wake up and smell the air,
Kuriakose Punnilathil poet by Kuriakose Punnilathil
on 4/12/2014
The Morning Alarm
I lay awake and stared up at the ceiling,
contemplating life's full meaning,
Kuriakose Punnilathil poet by Kuriakose Punnilathil
on 4/12/2014
Enriching Solitude
Wanting many things in life, being satisfied though
with innate talent for writing poetry.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
The Bus Seat
I once sat on a seat in a bus.
By the window, it was very comfortable.
Kuriakose Punnilathil poet by Kuriakose Punnilathil
on 4/12/2014
Friend
Upon the battle field he lay,
Trembling as his wounds took him.
Kuriakose Punnilathil poet by Kuriakose Punnilathil
on 4/12/2014
Creative Mom
Remembering childhood, always being thin, all legs, Dad
calling me daddy-long-legs, a nickname that I took as a
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
A Summer Dream
I wish I wish, this was another day.
Another place, another way.
Kuriakose Punnilathil poet by Kuriakose Punnilathil
on 4/12/2014
Greed
Greed bears self concentration
From there to moral degradation and downfall
umaprosad das poet by umaprosad das
on 4/12/2014
Craving Images
Walking, thoughts marching into future visions,
always coming to mind, prescient ideas being
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Contributing To Rhythm
Beating rhythmically inside intellect, sounding
like fireworks crackling and bursting in interior
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
I Am Alive
I see a seagull
In the gulf
Demontray Lockhart poet by Demontray Lockhart
on 4/12/2014
Who Owns The Flower On Grass?
Not nature or ecology
Providence has no ownership
Dilantha Gunawardana poet by Dilantha Gunawardana
on 4/12/2014
The Answer
Beautiful eyes I can stare at all night.
A smile so sweet that I melt at the sight.
Concetta Neville poet by Concetta Neville
on 4/12/2014
Restful Images
Strolling quietly down aisles, thinking of nothing
much.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Instrumentally Writing
Rocking rhythmically into future tomorrows, always seeing
many visions being interpreted from music.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Falling In Love
Falling in love is like fresh air waiting for that special sniff.
Famous Poet Bills poet by Famous Poet Bills
on 4/12/2014
The Universal Lie
If earth once began what began before earth?
If a god made the earth who created his birth?
Melissa K Vigna poet by Melissa K Vigna
on 4/12/2014
The Clown
Down the stairs into the hall
The shadows twist and stretch so tall
Melissa K Vigna poet by Melissa K Vigna
on 4/12/2014
Through The Desert
Through the desert in the sand
Beneath the blistering sky he stands
Melissa K Vigna poet by Melissa K Vigna
on 4/12/2014
Darkness
Black wings descend into the night
Encompasses and blocks her sight
Melissa K Vigna poet by Melissa K Vigna
on 4/12/2014
The Beggar's Gift
Late one night in the pouring rain
In the gusting winds while the houses shake
Melissa K Vigna poet by Melissa K Vigna
on 4/12/2014
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