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Title Poet
The Bamboo Tree And She
A girl with a humble beginning
Who worked double hard to get to the top
Avanthi Jay poet by Avanthi Jay
on 9/26/2014
3 Big Boxes
3 big boxes,
Needed for your works;
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
IN TEARFUL PRAYER
Hear my prayer Almighty Father
Guiding Salvation's band
Michael P. Johnson poet by Michael P. Johnson
on 9/26/2014
Elaine Musing
It's all there
in her head
Terry Collett poet by Terry Collett
on 9/26/2014
NOTHING! IS WASTED
Once the truth of Heaven's tasted
Once Christ becomes one's King
Michael P. Johnson poet by Michael P. Johnson
on 9/26/2014
HELP ME CHANGE
Help me o Lord my God to change
My heart and soul within
Michael P. Johnson poet by Michael P. Johnson
on 9/26/2014
PONDER BEFORE DYING
Have you fearful thoughts of dying?
With heart, heavy as stone
Michael P. Johnson poet by Michael P. Johnson
on 9/26/2014
To Stop And Think
Life,
To stop and think;
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
Once All the Books are Gone!
They said that the Library was full,
Were going to pull it down,
David Lewis Paget poet by David Lewis Paget
on 9/26/2014
To Be Ready
Red!
To be ready;
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
The Truth Of Life
Gold-rain!
Purple-rain,
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
God, the mother claimed, is behind every tree in the forest
his right shoulder lower than his left
heavy with rocky snowfalls from such endurance
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
The World created by Word
B'hold, I hark a voice as roarin' thund`r
Sayin', let thither be, So it was!
Sir Toby poet by Sir Toby
on 9/26/2014
Dead
the mother looked like the linden tree in the square
like the wood of the table on which she wrote our faces
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
Dark Dreams - A Naani Poem
So many dreams each night
Dark but there's no fright
Noah Body poet by Noah Body
on 9/26/2014
How to find the mother when her face disappeared behind th..
How to find the mother when her face disappeared behind the hills
leaving us a body without contours
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
My Poetry
Poetry, pot, port, poet, try, pet, to, ore, roe, top, toe, prey, yet!
Coming out with my style to the world;
Edward Kofi Louis poet by Edward Kofi Louis
on 9/26/2014
It was a November of bitter rain and snow blackened by use
we filed the dead leaves by size to ease the task of the forest that was absent for
reasons known only to itself
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
I See Him
I see him
And he sees
Aparna Chatterjee poet by Aparna Chatterjee
on 9/26/2014
I am in my own happiness
I am in my own happiness,
but you are not in yours.
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/26/2014
ETERNITY
In a welcome drizzle of a summer evening
Nature was showering its splendour on me
Bireswar Halder poet by Bireswar Halder
on 9/26/2014
As night became talkative
we were lent a window on a fragment of the world
We we re the house and the road that led to the house
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
Just
Just like
People
Aparna Chatterjee poet by Aparna Chatterjee
on 9/26/2014
A Poet's Remorseful Hymn
Oh Lord, my numerous sins torment me,
Do I thy most exalted name profane?
Joseph Ogbonna poet by Joseph Ogbonna
on 9/26/2014
The Sailors Without A Ship
The sailors without a ship have strange hallucinations when the sea
does its spring cleaning
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
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