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gajanan mishra poet Feeling Of Responsibility by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,779 Points
Feeling of responsibility
Should be there with everyone
gajanan mishra poet Khadya Surakhya(Odia) by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,779 Points
Khaibaku kichhi khadya dia,
Mu asi barsha-brudhha
gajanan mishra poet Food Security by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,779 Points
Give me food to eat,
I am eighty,
James Mallum poet I Want To Play by James Mallum Rookie - 109 Points
I want to play
Like I used to when a napkin was as much a pant
Gangadharan nair Pulingat.. poet The Tricks by Gangadharan nair Pulingat.. Gold Star - 52,020 Points
They spread dry grains in the way
Inside of the large net placed in distance
Izzy Angelone poet Content Unhappiness by Izzy Angelone Freshman - 611 Points
The loss of a forbidden lust
The gain of a gluttonous generosity
Izzy Angelone poet The Key To A Broken Heart by Izzy Angelone Freshman - 611 Points
My heart is chained with a lock
There is no key to be found
Brittany Brown poet I Am Just A Woman by Brittany Brown Rookie - 63 Points
I am just a woman.
Simple as can be.
DR DULAL SAHA poet Cosmos by DR DULAL SAHA Rookie - 234 Points
It is dawn,
Reddish radiance in the sky
Izzy Angelone poet Why? by Izzy Angelone Freshman - 611 Points
The hands that once held me so tightly, also let me fall so far
The kiss that held so much passion, also held complacency
Bijay Kant Dubey poet The Black Crows by Bijay Kant Dubey Gold Star - 24,227 Points
The black crows
Cawing
WES Vogler poet (limerick) Victoria, British Columbia by WES Vogler Gold Star - 24,033 Points
Victoria's just an old tourist town
But its charm is that of a gilded crown.
Izzy Angelone poet Guilt by Izzy Angelone Freshman - 611 Points
Guilt, picking at the seams of my heart
Guilt, dismembering my body part by part
gajanan mishra poet Our Move Is by gajanan mishra Gold Star - 91,779 Points
Our move is
Towards perfection,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Winter Sunshine by Andrew Jackson Downing
It scarcely seems winter, so faint is the breeze
That stirs the green mistletoe there in the trees,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Winter Birds by Andrew Jackson Downing
Fair is the sky, for the cloud-rack is lifted-
Bright will the day be, though dark was the morn;
Andrew Jackson Downing poet When Love Came Back by Andrew Jackson Downing
Young Love was such a torment
I hid from him my face,
Terry Collett poet Not To Show It 1956 by Terry Collett Silver Star - 3,600 Points
After going to Janice's doll's
tea party in her gran's flat
Andrew Jackson Downing poet What Arizona Needs by Andrew Jackson Downing
Has some prospect better pleased you?
Did you ever lift your eye-
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Thanksgiving by Andrew Jackson Downing
The golden glow of autumn-time
Hath faded like an ember,
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Sunflower State by Andrew Jackson Downing
Doubtless you have heard the saying, Kansas lays a sorcerer's spell
Ever on her loyal children- how, or why, no man can tell.
Andrew Jackson Downing poet A Summer Night by Andrew Jackson Downing
The warm, long day is ended,
The cooler night prevails;
Andrew Jackson Downing poet Song of the Sand Storm by Andrew Jackson Downing
I am the pitiless Sand Storm,
The whelp of a tameless breed-
Andrew Jackson Downing poet The Sphinx by Andrew Jackson Downing
There is in Egypt, near the Pyramids,
Fronting the placid Nile, a monolith-
C. P. Sharma poet With My Life, I Am At Strife* by C. P. Sharma Silver Star - 4,362 Points
Neighbors come
Neighbors go
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