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New Poems


 

Title Poet
Trippin
Flying eyeballs
Favorite vans
John Masaitis poet by John Masaitis
on 9/16/2014
Letterescence
Even though we`ve never met
for what feels like the longest time
Jole Hans poet by Jole Hans
on 9/16/2014
All Babble Yet No Travel
Question, have your eardrums ever been banged with words so powerful,
They make your heart jump and embarrassed the earth's gravitational pull?
Tyrone Gayle poet by Tyrone Gayle
on 9/16/2014
In that unlikelihood
Let us all reflect be it good,
Bad, happy or sad,
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 9/16/2014
Blue ink
In black ink
I always think
Donnie Wolff poet by Donnie Wolff
on 9/16/2014
Tossing Memories
Noticing the beauty of nature playing around in a gentle
breeze, tossing memories of younger days into mind while
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 9/16/2014
Insanity
There we sat three in a crowd
I was not present this time around.
John Masaitis poet by John Masaitis
on 9/16/2014
To My Juliet, Where The Chains Of Love are Wrought
Extinguished for many years
when words of love were scorned
Captain Cur poet by Captain Cur
on 9/16/2014
Roommates
Was a knock at the door, so I opened my heart
It's the Lord so I asked Him in
S. I. Rednow poet by S. I. Rednow
on 9/16/2014
That Last Piece of Cake
Now I lay
Me down to sleep
Phyllis Strong poet by Phyllis Strong
on 9/16/2014
What Makes A Man A Man
If our forefathers could see
our great country today,
John Masaitis poet by John Masaitis
on 9/16/2014
Is It My Poetry's Nadir?
What shall I write about?
My mind appears empty;
Dr John Celes poet by Dr John Celes
on 9/16/2014
Resolute Me
Another year down and another year up
The Lord is still blessing me more
S. I. Rednow poet by S. I. Rednow
on 9/16/2014
The Life Of A Junkie
I finally opened up my eyes
The room is empty from all the lies.
John Masaitis poet by John Masaitis
on 9/16/2014
falling in love after love fell for us
there's a perfect spark between us;
the fire works and we shift
Mandolyn ... poet by Mandolyn ...
on 9/16/2014
Birth Of A Boy
Who touches a boy by the Master's plan,
In shaping the course of the future man,
John Masaitis poet by John Masaitis
on 9/16/2014
A Toast to Love
My dearest it's time to lift glass
without recourse to guile
Sara Militello poet by Sara Militello
on 9/16/2014
Overcoming obstacles
Courage sometimes is the quietest voice
That roars loudest from within,
Gerry Legister poet by Gerry Legister
on 9/16/2014
Easy
Its easy to say I love you
But hard to really prove it
Curtis Brown poet by Curtis Brown
on 9/16/2014
The Bed
Our bed feels different to me
Its a distant island full of memories
John Foster poet by John Foster
on 9/16/2014
Never the end
People come and go
But they love will stay
Curtis Brown poet by Curtis Brown
on 9/16/2014
LOVE FOLDS
TOO HEAVY AND GONE BIRDY OVER MY HEAD
I WONT BE CATCHING THAT ONE, I'VE TRIED
shannon strauss poet by shannon strauss
on 9/16/2014
Shattered Heart
The loved we shared
Will never be found
Curtis Brown poet by Curtis Brown
on 9/16/2014
Connections
I gaze at you in slumber before you awake
And hear the dim sound of your heart beating,
Gerry Legister poet by Gerry Legister
on 9/16/2014
The Guitarist
There was a man
With charming green eyes
Aya Nasr poet by Aya Nasr
on 9/16/2014
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