New Poems


Poet Poem
Reagan A. Latumbo poet Ballpen by Reagan A. Latumbo Veteran Poet - 1,869 Points
Maliit pa lang ako kilala na kita
Nakikita kitang gamit ng aking ina
Luo Zhihai poet Seashore by Luo Zhihai Gold Star - 6,552 Points
★ Seashore
☆ Poetry by Muhammad Farhan Ahmed
Bhat Naieem poet Never Let You Grow Grey by Bhat Naieem Freshman - 617 Points
Whenever i open
My wallet
William Blake poet The Rhine Was Red. by William Blake
The Rhine was red with humane blood,
The Danube roll'd a purple tide,
shreya nair poet The Liar Of Lotus Eaters by shreya nair Rookie - 11 Points
My role in your life has failed to imprint
My footsteps have faded with the erotic wind
Raymond A. Foss poet Reds by Raymond A. Foss
Rich vibrant, living color
Dying on the branch
Patricia Kathleen Page poet Remembering by Patricia Kathleen Page
Remembering you and reviewing
our structural love
Arthur Seymour John Tessimond poet Symphony In Red by Arthur Seymour John Tessimond
Within the church
The solemn priests advance,
Anu Shraddha poet Dreams by Anu Shraddha Freshman - 860 Points
I am holding fast to dreams.
For if I let them die,
Tony Adah poet Two Creations by Tony Adah Gold Star - 6,416 Points
I am sitting down here alone
Watching the world that God created
Val Brooklyn Rogers poet Your Love Is by Val Brooklyn Rogers Rookie - 385 Points
Your love is an endless melody
Played just for me.
Phil Soar poet The Life I'Ve Led by Phil Soar Gold Star - 5,101 Points
The many aspects of the life I've led
Have made my journey something of a trial
Michael P. McParland poet Take My Hand 11 by Michael P. McParland Gold Star - 11,739 Points
Reach out and take my hand sweet darling
let it fill you with peace and strength
Phil Soar poet Born by Phil Soar Gold Star - 5,101 Points
The freshness of the early morning dew
and colourful display of springs new plants
Amy Lowell poet Red slippers by Amy Lowell
Red slippers in a shop-window, and outside in the
street, flaws of grey,
Timothy Long poet Acne by Timothy Long Rookie - 155 Points
big and red looking like ted, ugly scars with ugly on par, poppin like popcorn and hurt like hell, zipples and cream that works like a dream, the sta
saki sabre poet ****mothertongue Is The Best For Preaching**** by saki sabre Bronze Star - 2,838 Points
All the languages are made of Allah subhaanoo waa ta’ala & his Sign!
It proves by the fact that He sends Prophets for all different Language!
Emily Dickinson poet Whole Gulfs - of Red, and Fleets by Emily Dickinson
Whole Gulfs - of Red, and Fleets - of Red -
And Crews - of solid Blood -
sarah lou smith poet Once Again by sarah lou smith Rookie - 137 Points
the house was built in 1850, seven fireplaces
10 servants and four members of the Joneses
Kenneth Maswabi poet Xenophobia In South Africa by Kenneth Maswabi Bronze Star - 2,991 Points
The black plague of xenophobia
Slithering across South Africa
Onalethuso Petruss Ntema poet Echoes Of An African Tear: A Poet's Lament by Onalethuso Petruss Ntema Rookie - 33 Points
I imagine an innocent child;
Arrianna Prentiss poet Because I Was Born by Arrianna Prentiss Rookie - 98 Points
Because I was born
with my eyes and my nose
veeraiyah subbulakshmi poet All Those.. by veeraiyah subbulakshmi Silver Star - 4,144 Points
All those doors are opened,
All those windows are barren,
hasmukh amathalal poet Its Own History by hasmukh amathalal Gold Star - 32,918 Points
It has happened this before
We have remained sore
hasmukh amathalal poet Greenery On Earth by hasmukh amathalal Gold Star - 32,918 Points
We are failed lot
As our attention is never caught
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