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Title Poet
The Flower
The flower.
The flowers they do bloom.
Harold R Hunt Sr poet by Harold R Hunt Sr
on 10/20/2014
Sonnet No: 59. Cherish Love, Fondness and Mercy in Heart.
Cherish Love, fondness and mercy in heart.
Honour those who have shown you the true path;
Dipankar Sadhukhan poet by Dipankar Sadhukhan
on 10/20/2014
THE WOMAN GIVE OF HER LESSON
Shall i tell you of a woman i saw?
Her beauty so rear more than any earthly ornamented core
kemurl fofanah poet by kemurl fofanah
on 10/20/2014
the Frog bog
The Frog bog
When you go to the fair today.
Harold R Hunt Sr poet by Harold R Hunt Sr
on 10/20/2014
Leaving feels right
Leaving feels right
I leave you because the walls are closing in.
Harold R Hunt Sr poet by Harold R Hunt Sr
on 10/20/2014
Let Us Smile Dear
Let us smile dear
Dearest, in our dream world we will grin together
Rohit Sapra poet by Rohit Sapra
on 10/20/2014
Pure Rice
Rice, rice, rice, cook, cook, cook,
While hunger comes it does hook.
Kumarmani Mahakul poet by Kumarmani Mahakul
on 10/20/2014
Tries To Walk Away
Just stay away
Away, from this weird creature which looks like a ghost
Rohit Sapra poet by Rohit Sapra
on 10/20/2014
For A Creature as Isolated As Me
It is better to be silent
As my place is out of space.
Rohit Sapra poet by Rohit Sapra
on 10/20/2014
Where Are We Headed
What use to be so simple
Makes today seem so complex
Katherine Nordhaus poet by Katherine Nordhaus
on 10/20/2014
Breathing To Death
It's a dying growth
A decaying blush
Kay Ugwuzor poet by Kay Ugwuzor
on 10/20/2014
They Know It's Halloween
When witches on brooms
And black cats are seen,
Bruce Larkin poet by Bruce Larkin
on 10/20/2014
In Reality
If you stop and think.
You will understand truth is not hard to find.
jackie compton poet by jackie compton
on 10/20/2014
My Unobtained
Walked the way to heaven, but tripped
Climbed the way to paradise, but slipped
The Astronomer poet by The Astronomer
on 10/20/2014
Simply Spoken A Figment
A silhouette
long planted in my mind
Heather Burns poet by Heather Burns
on 10/20/2014
Simply Spoken Preparing
We must lay the foundation
for the good that lies
Heather Burns poet by Heather Burns
on 10/20/2014
to trip with you on the road again would be baneful
because i buried the wasps,
and chose a butterfly to lean on,
Mandolyn ... poet by Mandolyn ...
on 10/20/2014
Lost In Nothing
Even with your eyes wide open.
You want be able to see the beach for the sand.
jackie compton poet by jackie compton
on 10/20/2014
The Book That Stands Alone
Like there is water to quench the world's thirst
There is the sun to enlighten the lands
Katherine Nordhaus poet by Katherine Nordhaus
on 10/20/2014
~ Why ~
Why
Should
Aparna Chatterjee poet by Aparna Chatterjee
on 10/20/2014
Nigeria Arise and Save thyself
Nigeria, my great country
take heart and be strong
Henry Isiekwe poet by Henry Isiekwe
on 10/20/2014
Not a minute or a day too late or soon
Love is obedient—
Love is subservient—
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 10/20/2014
Little makes a lot
Little makes a lot
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DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK poet by DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK
on 10/20/2014
In For A Penny, In For A Buck
In for a penny, in for a buck
I just have never had such luck
Noah Body poet by Noah Body
on 10/20/2014
Meditation
I sit here looking at my hands
And think ' O Wow, they're really neat! '
Robert Eckstein poet by Robert Eckstein
on 10/20/2014
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