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American Eel
The Sargasso Sea, 'twixt and 'tween
North America and Europe,
Ima Ryma poet by Ima Ryma
on 4/17/2014
Nectar
The river cries, give me some nectar to save my life
I am in the verge of unnatural death
Gangadharan nair Pulingat.. poet by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
on 4/17/2014
Adele
Adele ! a name that kindled in the breast
Of France's first-born of the fairest Muse
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
Why?
I Can't Stop Thinking,
About This Love I Lost,
Garrett Nakai poet by Garrett Nakai
on 4/17/2014
Fardi Wa Nafli
'Here she is : O take her not away so soon !
Spare her youth — the fatal cup from her with-
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
Happy Born Day
Today is a special day
From dawn to dusk we smile
ambitious blessing poet by ambitious blessing
on 4/17/2014
No to one wish
A dream that fulfilled
Astonished and is filled
SALINI NAIR poet by SALINI NAIR
on 4/17/2014
A Spring Dirge
Sad, sad, sad —
In vain thou comest, Spring ;
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
child
I am seeing the child in the cradle
It is so happy and enjoying
Gangadharan nair Pulingat.. poet by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
on 4/17/2014
My Bornoose
Into this world they tell me I was sent
Wrapt in a bornoose, which was rudely rent
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
The Philistine
The cricket to the corn-crake came one day,
Shivering, yet buzzing in his wanton way,
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
The Coming Of Love
Welcome love the inner me has spoken.
It has been long and disturbing
ambitious blessing poet by ambitious blessing
on 4/17/2014
Your Reply
I wait for your reply,
with a hope that you'll do,
Kirti Sharma poet by Kirti Sharma
on 4/17/2014
Upon The Peak Of Sanneen
My soul and I, upon the peak
Of Sanneen grim and grey,
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
Prove With Confession
He has some life left in body
The old man came from crowd to the surprise of many
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 4/17/2014
Ever To Be
My far cry, though no one should echo,
though no one listen should stand,
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
Lenten poems: Good Friday
Grey skies are dull and downcast,
The trees have lost their sway;
Roann Mendriq poet by Roann Mendriq
on 4/17/2014
Mr. Oblivion
There will be a time when the sun won't rise.
There will be a time when the stars won't shine.
Hathy Tong poet by Hathy Tong
on 4/17/2014
Summer Reigns
Monsoon rains are passionate,
like a torrent full of tears,
Roann Mendriq poet by Roann Mendriq
on 4/17/2014
Analphabetic
Analphabetic vision is better than a good pair of lenses
Not to read is sometimes an upgrade of educated perspective.
bjpafa Tuga poet by bjpafa Tuga
on 4/17/2014
Two (an Acrostic)
Two, the number
Which is half of four, and twice
John Carter Brown poet by John Carter Brown
on 4/17/2014
Whirl
We are filled with the water that heals, and though sealed, we are free;
We are not from the East or the West, no boundaries exist in our breast, we
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
A Day's Yield
as you wake up each gifted day
you hear within a voice to you say
Pradip Chattopadhyay poet by Pradip Chattopadhyay
on 4/17/2014
I am the East
I am the East,
I am the corner stone
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
My wish
My wish is to live without disliking anyone,
To love without being jealous of anyone,
Ameen Rihani poet by Ameen Rihani
on 4/17/2014
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