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Ward 5
Bertha stretched upon her bed
is no repose of classic lure
Karin Holloway poet by Karin Holloway
on 4/20/2014
Where and how I am
Where and how I am
Let me tell you here.
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 4/20/2014
A LIFE I NEVER KNEW حياة لم اعرفها ابدا
هناك حياة لم اعرفها ابدا حيث هناك اجوبة لأسئلة قد سئلتها دوما حيث لايجب علي
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 4/20/2014
Easter- Christ Has Risen
The tomb is empty
The stone’s rolled aside
Dr John Celes poet by Dr John Celes
on 4/20/2014
Stardom
A ladder that intend to climb
It was inclining to recognition
SALINI NAIR poet by SALINI NAIR
on 4/20/2014
Imagination
Beautiful days come and go;
Icey and cold winds blow;
MOSIMANEGAPE PHOKO poet by MOSIMANEGAPE PHOKO
on 4/20/2014
Postman Pat In His Monochrome Home
In his monochrome home
Postman Pat
David Alexander Jackson poet by David Alexander Jackson
on 4/20/2014
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Has a gift
David Alexander Jackson poet by David Alexander Jackson
on 4/20/2014
An Omega Male's Graphic And Novel Ode To Little Miss Muffet
Little Miss Muffet
Sits on her knees
David Alexander Jackson poet by David Alexander Jackson
on 4/20/2014
Bujhle? - Understood?
Aamee jaanee.
Kee jano? Kotow taa jaante perechow?
Hardik Vaidya poet by Hardik Vaidya
on 4/20/2014
MUTUAL KNOWLEDGE معرفة متبادلة
They know me very well and I know them very well, I loved the
MOHAMMAD SKATI poet by MOHAMMAD SKATI
on 4/20/2014
Never Got To Embrace Your Eyes
never got to meet you tongue
hear your morning voice spoken
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/20/2014
Life may end
Do not go by appearance
Listen to them at once
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 4/20/2014
Who Knows Maybe Jesus Christ Was The Rod (Italian Sonnet)
Who Knows Maybe Jesus Christ Was The Rod (Italian Sonnet)
There are many religions on this Earth
Edwin Tanguma poet by Edwin Tanguma
on 4/20/2014
Freedom and struggle
Democracy has no place
In this ignorant forest
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 4/20/2014
Thaamnaa Thaa - I wanted to Reach out
Thaamnaa thaa mujhe,
Lekin tham saa gayaa,
Hardik Vaidya poet by Hardik Vaidya
on 4/20/2014
Visiting Hours
Hair, grey and thinning,
A face lined with memories.
Greg Davidson poet by Greg Davidson
on 4/20/2014
Ward 4
Dark sleepers
Awake a lot
Karin Holloway poet by Karin Holloway
on 4/20/2014
A Sea No Longer Clean
When I was twelve I first watched
The waves roll in the bay
Phil Marks poet by Phil Marks
on 4/20/2014
Sharon Tate
O holy fellow bishop, pray here you big & strong archetypal prelate
as those forgotten, ham-strung, ugly & phony-baloney lonely relate
Richard Thripp poet by Richard Thripp
on 4/20/2014
GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ
You lived alone in the solititude
Of pure hundred years in Colombia
alexander opicho poet by alexander opicho
on 4/20/2014
Malaysian Flight 370
Malaysian Flight 370,
'All right. Good night, ' the last words said,
Ima Ryma poet by Ima Ryma
on 4/20/2014
Talk less
I feel tiredness
Little slackness too
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 4/20/2014
SOLITUDE OF POWER
Sombre loneliness in the abyss of power
Where selfishness begets solitude,
alexander opicho poet by alexander opicho
on 4/20/2014
missing sumwn
hey....dis was ur msg wid which my day use to begin
those wer d days which cnt ever be forgotten
Krina Mehta poet by Krina Mehta
on 4/20/2014
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