Treasure Island

New Poems


 

Title Poet
I had shied away
The destiny is shaped well in advance
If is just chance
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 9/21/2014
Shoemaker
SHOEMAKER
People appreciate your work when you die.
Gaurav Juyal poet by Gaurav Juyal
on 9/21/2014
King Serpentine
A killing truck running mad
I turn Mozartian with a poison gland.
Gaurav Juyal poet by Gaurav Juyal
on 9/21/2014
The clouds and the child
Here we find patches of a war
mind of a fallen bricks
Thampi KEE poet by Thampi KEE
on 9/21/2014
To My Princess
And so yesterday I met her
And the sun will my witness bear,
Abekah Emmanuel poet by Abekah Emmanuel
on 9/21/2014
Those sensations تلك الاحاسيس
لا اشعر بنفسي بأنني موجود و لا عند
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 9/21/2014
The God gives
I have managed
And beautifully paged
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 9/21/2014
Small fishes
Small fishes enjoy clean and insignificant
pools, with experience through age they
Melikhaya Zagagana poet by Melikhaya Zagagana
on 9/21/2014
When you're old
I'm sitting in my chair at home
wondering who would ring or who I should phone.
JJ Evendon poet by JJ Evendon
on 9/21/2014
The story of the soap
Soap slips through your fingers out
while hands are at best in vices
Melikhaya Zagagana poet by Melikhaya Zagagana
on 9/21/2014
Identification of a Rat by Act
Rats lose their manners at night
in the day are shy hippocrits
Melikhaya Zagagana poet by Melikhaya Zagagana
on 9/21/2014
Walk
Go for a walk in your neighborhood.
Always pleasant, always good.
Steve Kittell poet by Steve Kittell
on 9/21/2014
Love Is
A warm sensation that effervesces from the depths of soul when our eyes meet
Captivation in a moment without desire for retreat
Deborah Kelley poet by Deborah Kelley
on 9/21/2014
GOD
Innovative God of all creation,
how unique is thy imagination;
Joseph Ogbonna poet by Joseph Ogbonna
on 9/21/2014
Dragonfly
A dragonfly has bulbous eyes, iridescent wings, a long, thin, cylindrical body; it reminds me of a helicopter. It flies up and down and hovers. It fal
Deborah Kelley poet by Deborah Kelley
on 9/21/2014
The Daughter of the Earth - 18
You know what is what here,
My dear daughter, I know,
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/21/2014
Let Me Dwell IN Thy Arms
Let me dwell in thy arms till we die in love;
Let the honey bees obtain honey from depth of our love,
Pijush Biswas poet by Pijush Biswas
on 9/21/2014
Dimensional Reality
The elementals of air, fire, water, and earth were gathered together to open a portal to another dimension. The guardians of the gates were summoned f
Deborah Kelley poet by Deborah Kelley
on 9/21/2014
Je me souviens...
I remember all the ills of my youth
All the pain and iniquity that congested in my life;
Richard John poet by Richard John
on 9/21/2014
Napoleon Bonaparte
Corsican Born, and an Emperor mighty indeed.
Who from obscurity came up to prominence,
Joseph Ogbonna poet by Joseph Ogbonna
on 9/21/2014
Understanding one's life anytime
Our life is like a big school In which we're permanently students From our b
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 9/21/2014
Equinox
Summer dies spectacularly:
Yellow fields, and falling sun
Lawrence Beck poet by Lawrence Beck
on 9/21/2014
One's sadness or happiness
Sadness is a certain situation and Happiness is another situation in which Someone is
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 9/21/2014
Auto rikshaw.
In the busiest cosmopolitan town
I drives my rikshaw in such a care
Gangadharan nair Pulingat.. poet by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
on 9/21/2014
Invocation of Rain
When laughter comes between
the red gums of drought,
Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu poet by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
on 9/21/2014
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