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Title Poet
Is this tree
Is this tree mine
Not an easy question
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/8/2014
Freedom In Two Lines
Freedom sings her soliloquy:
'To each their own melody! '
Tad Russell poet by Tad Russell
on 9/8/2014
Awake and watch
Awake and watch
Watch and read
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/8/2014
A song delicate as scented air
With a song delicate as scented air
Wish I could betroth a flower so rare
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 9/8/2014
Peace In Four Lines
Wrong or right, might makes war,
Makes for a peace worth fighting for!
Tad Russell poet by Tad Russell
on 9/8/2014
Ode To A Bodhi
I see a man...
like a reed as it sways,
Tad Russell poet by Tad Russell
on 9/8/2014
To Shul You Walk Fast
TO SHUL YOU WALK FAST
To Shul you walk fast
Shalom Freedman poet by Shalom Freedman
on 9/8/2014
On this evening
On this evening
I feel secured
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/8/2014
Power
A well-tried tactic of power
is to tempt with no chance of being caught,
douglas scotney poet by douglas scotney
on 9/8/2014
A hornet on the wing
God, he would catch a hornet on the wing,
Relish infinite beauty, not its sting.
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 9/8/2014
How I Feel
You don't know how I feel
you'll never know how the hell this didnt become so real
Ambril Hutchinson poet by Ambril Hutchinson
on 9/8/2014
Two poems of two line poems
The still pools reflection, what clarity, within its deepest depths it holds?
Until a trouble mind bestirs, silts of time. Looking for what else unf
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 9/8/2014
Jealousy In Two Lines
Love, a bloody rent thy jealousy
wherever houses hearts of three.
Tad Russell poet by Tad Russell
on 9/8/2014
Secreta Secretorum
Can I tell you
I don't think so
Darlene Walsh poet by Darlene Walsh
on 9/8/2014
sleep
The reality of crims
My sleep is the greatest waste of time
Priscilla Rose poet by Priscilla Rose
on 9/8/2014
Three Dark Suns
I've slept a thousand nights alone,
let the noise of silence seep deep through my bones
Andrea Scarpa poet by Andrea Scarpa
on 9/8/2014
Post Conventional Levels
Strike the compass if it sticks
Kohlberg's wrong turn became a gold earn and strong catalyst in a sense
Dexsta Ray poet by Dexsta Ray
on 9/8/2014
Like a Wanderer Wave I am
Like a wanderer wave I am!
So be charmed and crooned
Fatima Nusairat poet by Fatima Nusairat
on 9/8/2014
Crying Crisis
Loveless, love your hatefulness
tell me to take a walk, I won't be missed
Kelly Zion poet by Kelly Zion
on 9/8/2014
To Err is Human
To Err is Human,
to forgive is Divine.
Elena Plotkin poet by Elena Plotkin
on 9/8/2014
Sweet Sorrow.
A full moon shone bright, on a starlit night,
In the merry month of May.
Achill Ladd poet by Achill Ladd
on 9/8/2014
Public Domain
I am in the public domain
but only as a child;
John Schulte poet by John Schulte
on 9/8/2014
These Chains
Thinking you have won,
You laugh and say your terror has only begun.
Hannah Bryson Price poet by Hannah Bryson Price
on 9/8/2014
middle of the day melody
my fingers could have played piano
the way they move, long and slender over the keyboard
Mandolyn ... poet by Mandolyn ...
on 9/8/2014
Foreseeing My Future
Dreams they say are our mind
sorting out our thoughts that day,
David Harris poet by David Harris
on 9/8/2014
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