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Title Poet
The Education Action
Take action today
To be all you can be
Viola Akhigbe poet by Viola Akhigbe
on 4/13/2014
The Hunt
The sun comes and goes, night returns.
I must hunt once again.
Jessie Hopkins poet by Jessie Hopkins
on 4/13/2014
Education To Win
If you understand life
There’ll be no mysteries to it
Viola Akhigbe poet by Viola Akhigbe
on 4/13/2014
Rainy Day
Cool wind on my skin.
Dark clouds gather overhead.
Jessie Hopkins poet by Jessie Hopkins
on 4/13/2014
Celebrate Life
Birthdays are special times in our lives
To celebrate the gift of God that is called life
Viola Akhigbe poet by Viola Akhigbe
on 4/13/2014
Who's Blowing......What
Interacting without enough asking
Gazing at a blue bird not feeling cool
Bull Hawking poet by Bull Hawking
on 4/13/2014
Your Mine
What would I do without your smart mouth
Drawing me in and you kicking me out
Sarah Mohsin poet by Sarah Mohsin
on 4/13/2014
Daily Exorcise
I will write you out of me
I will explore every minute feeling
Justin Park poet by Justin Park
on 4/13/2014
Opposites Attract
Pulsating affection,
Trembling vocal cords,
Alex Kenneh poet by Alex Kenneh
on 4/13/2014
Tides
I want to fall
in love
Justin Park poet by Justin Park
on 4/13/2014
Love Gone, What's Left?
Pain,
An empty heart,
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 4/13/2014
My. Blue. Heaven
'The Oshen Family was a simple family. There was a father, a mother, a brother and a sister. The brother and sister were twins. Some people even said
Joseph DeMarco poet by Joseph DeMarco
on 4/13/2014
To be Apart of Thee
I bow my head and ponder
How insignificant I feel
Kaila George poet by Kaila George
on 4/13/2014
Cancer
Hope is the dream of fallen leaves
Tornadic winds snaps the buds of May
Leaking Pen poet by Leaking Pen
on 4/13/2014
Sunday Morning Embrace
Sunday morning church organ
Releases stops in joyful hymns
Leaking Pen poet by Leaking Pen
on 4/13/2014
This is the Story of Government
The world will wonder,
the skies will falter.
Chris Cariad poet by Chris Cariad
on 4/13/2014
On Angel Wings
Sweetness and sweetness and
What brought you to my door.
Mikey Bachman poet by Mikey Bachman
on 4/13/2014
Home I Once Knew
Forever nights fold each day beneath opaque covers
Moonlight beams blocked by stormy skies
Leaking Pen poet by Leaking Pen
on 4/13/2014
Heaven’s Poet
My attitude thankfully has remained trusting and true
That Heaven can control all I say, think and do.
Tom Zart poet by Tom Zart
on 4/13/2014
Walk in the Woods
Early one morning
World still sleeping
Tirupathi Chandrupatla poet by Tirupathi Chandrupatla
on 4/13/2014
Movie Theater
I walk into the dimly lit room,
The bottoms of my converse stick to the aisle with each step,
Sarah Jernberg poet by Sarah Jernberg
on 4/13/2014
It could be you know!
It would be furiously infused, frenetically
When voices are not tepid
Allan Farran poet by Allan Farran
on 4/13/2014
Far Away
I sat and listened
to her
Justin Park poet by Justin Park
on 4/13/2014
More Than A Few
They like me
They Love me and find that I'm the cream of the crop.
Sylvia Loven Carter poet by Sylvia Loven Carter
on 4/13/2014
Breathe
forget everything
you know
Justin Park poet by Justin Park
on 4/13/2014
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