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Ronjoy Brahma poet Ishan Mushahary by Ronjoy Brahma Gold Star - 30,030 Points
So much love you
To spread over the face of nature,
RIC S. BASTASA poet A Short Life Lived.... by RIC S. BASTASA Gold Star - 32,185 Points
i have seen him
lived a very short
Ramesh T A poet The Problem With The Development Of A Language! by Ramesh T A Gold Star - 32,079 Points
Sans public use, no language can have respect and value!
There won't be reception and interest to learn by its own
Pintu Mahakul poet In Every Corner Of Heart by Pintu Mahakul Gold Star - 4,787 Points
ହୃଦୟର ପ୍ରତିକୋଣେ / Hrudayara PratiKone / In Every Corner of Heart
This poem is a dual lingual poem written in both Odia and and English Languages.
Liza Sud poet No More Nevsky Prospect by Liza Sud Gold Star - 34,415 Points
We will not rent a limousine
as it is in vogue today,
Orlando Belo poet Decisions by Orlando Belo Gold Star - 9,912 Points
It is difficult to admit this,
but I am not the man I used to be.
John Fenton Mcleish poet Chrysalis by John Fenton Mcleish Veteran Poet - 1,613 Points
there are so many
streak through the starry night sky
Ludolf Dauphin poet Love by Ludolf Dauphin Bronze Star - 2,285 Points
Love hurts
Sometimes healed
Liza Sud poet To Gorky. From Balmont by Liza Sud Gold Star - 34,415 Points
You threw a stone into the face of your own people
And treacherously you by your criminal hand
Liza Sud poet I Will Remain Your Sun by Liza Sud Gold Star - 34,415 Points
I will remain your sun
for the rest of our life.
Liza Sud poet I Want To Feed You With Hamburger, by Liza Sud Gold Star - 34,415 Points
I want to feed you with hamburger,
I want you to feel alright.
Hebert Logerie poet Have No Fear To Face Our Nemesis by Hebert Logerie Gold Star - 9,543 Points
We may not want to admit it
We all have one in the basket
Gajanan Mishra poet Marks Of Goodness by Gajanan Mishra Gold Star - 147,195 Points
The flag, thunderbolt,
Elephant, umbrella, lotus
Pintu Mahakul poet Pigeon Mail by Pintu Mahakul Gold Star - 4,787 Points
ପାରା ଚିଠି (Paaraa Chithi) , 'Pigeon Mail'
This poem is a dual lingual poem written in both Odia and English languages.
Jill Clark poet Funny by Jill Clark Rookie - 120 Points
In fun I'm funny but
no money.
Gert Strydom poet He Could Have Been A Banker by Gert Strydom Gold Star - 7,554 Points
Working in jacket, shirt and tie,
carrying a briefcase,
Hope Franks poet Where Are You Now by Hope Franks Rookie - 113 Points
I hear the words as they come out
and as my heart begins to break
Shalom Freedman poet Poetry Sustains The Soul by Shalom Freedman Gold Star - 9,778 Points
There is no time for another poem
And yet
Prayash Gupta poet I Want To Wear Clean Clothes by Prayash Gupta Rookie - 116 Points
How badly, I wish I could wear clean clothes.
(I want to live in a peaceful world)
Pintu Mahakul poet Tribute by Pintu Mahakul Gold Star - 4,787 Points
ତର୍ପଣ (Trapana)
This is a dual lingual poem written in both Odia and English languages.
Rinchen Dhendup poet Green Shangrila by Rinchen Dhendup Rookie - 177 Points
Green Shangrila.
As I stand still and the gaze my country side from the hill I stand,
John Sensele poet Lessons From Children by John Sensele Gold Star - 8,718 Points
Children by their innocence teach adults purity
Children by their faith teach adults how to pray
Bob Clark poet Chair by Bob Clark Rookie - 32 Points
There was a man who sat in a chair.
I don't think he was all there.
Bob Clark poet Sitting On A Chair by Bob Clark Rookie - 32 Points
Sitting on my chair
of life.
Kim Barney poet Limerick: Dodger Mania by Kim Barney Gold Star - 58,084 Points
I am not the last one at the feast;
My allegiance has only increased.
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