Treasure Island

New Poems


 

Title Poet
The Dead Bird In My Garden
Shock, without motion you are a
Caricature of flight, a dry purse
Leslie Philibert poet by Leslie Philibert
on 9/2/2014
My Soul Mate
Somehow, out of all the twists and turns our lives could have taken, and out of all the chances we might have missed, it almost seems like we were giv
Kristopher DeLander poet by Kristopher DeLander
on 9/2/2014
In a Mountain Pasture
polluted by thinking like
the whole truth and nothing
William Stobb poet by William Stobb
on 9/2/2014
A Sense of Proportion
On 20th between Madison and Ferry
a line of municipal maples binds the community
William Stobb poet by William Stobb
on 9/2/2014
Paradise Paradise
The sun rises making dawn history
Flowers bloom, we pick and merry
Charles Jagongo poet by Charles Jagongo
on 9/2/2014
Zebra Zooing - Lincoln Park Zoo
Zebra is what humans call me.
Heard a lot at Lincoln Park Zoo,
Ima Ryma poet by Ima Ryma
on 9/2/2014
Somethings Change, You Know?
Are you still doing what you've been doing?
'I never think of it until I'm reminded.
Lawrence S. Pertillar poet by Lawrence S. Pertillar
on 9/2/2014
Bumpy Rocky Roads
Young people fed that life is easy,
To live it as they please...
Lawrence S. Pertillar poet by Lawrence S. Pertillar
on 9/2/2014
Missing Piece Of Me
How special are you to me?
You're everything that I need.
Kristopher DeLander poet by Kristopher DeLander
on 9/2/2014
The Angelus
Of bewitching looks to my mind still her beauty's face,
That in melting snow to a vanished eye in winter cold,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Mundane
Of such sweet absence from the world my love,
needest no witness in thy name to prove thee virtuous,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
If …poesy could be defined…
T's the transcience of a truthful mind
For, its springs with Love & ceases with Love
Laxman Rao poet by Laxman Rao
on 9/2/2014
Economy
Our poor economy, struggle between classes,
and the school of thought; all amount to nothing,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
May You Live Like _ _ _
May you live like a lamp,
That burns through the night
Shabbir Hussein Gulani poet by Shabbir Hussein Gulani
on 9/2/2014
Greenbrier
And that crow's quill to infect the world with critic's eye,
Of solemn strain such mind upon a barbed-wire;
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
The Collaborator
He and his wife ran a high class grocery shop
and I was often outside looking in absorbing
oskar hansen poet by oskar hansen
on 9/2/2014
Chasing Shadow
I know not that word by name
that I call you but Father;
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Jelly Beans
Would that this world be erased
of all eyes,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Cowslip
(A Tribute To Carpe Diem)
What is this? that of erased looks to my mind still
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Anonymous
(A Manx Muse)
Thus, by far more this world to my sightless view,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Amongst Fortune And Fate
I forgive you mine unforgivable fate
As I envy not any; I envy not thee
Laxman Rao poet by Laxman Rao
on 9/2/2014
Unicorn
What is dark? that by dark more bright, my love,
Than my light can e'er illumine by pen-pricked angels,
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
Amethyst
Had I but in my hands the clock that tells time?
I'll count you numbers in my prayer;
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/2/2014
The Cold December
I hear leaves waggling making a silvary sound
I feel the slight coldness overwhelming the ground
Vidura Prabhath poet by Vidura Prabhath
on 9/2/2014
My Love 4 You
Your touch is with me always,
It's burnt into my skin,
Kristopher DeLander poet by Kristopher DeLander
on 9/2/2014
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