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Poems About: SLEEP

In this page, poems on / about “sleep” are listed.

  • 13.
    Every Morning's Mourning.

    Watch you sleep
    Dream and roll over
    avoid the monsters
    and the light read more »

    Q. R. Gibson
  • 14.
    Sleep on!

    I miss out on a third of the day
    Sleep on
    I lie down to sleep and lose control
    Sleep on read more »

    James Hart
  • 15.
    Sleep

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    Unic Cjonr
  • 16.
    In Absence

    Sleep, dearest, sleep beside the murmuring sea;
    Sleep, dearest, sleep, and bright dreams compass thee. read more »

    Arthur Weir
  • 17.
    SLEEPER

    Sleep that half dead,
    sleep the body not the head.

    Sleep that bad said, read more »

    Abdallah Mpogole
  • 18.
    A CHRISTMAS LULLABAY

    A Christmas Lullaby
    Sleep, baby, sleep! The Mother
    sings:
    Heaven's angels kneel and fold read more »

    akingbehin daniel murphy
  • 19.
    Lullaby For The Hungry

    Sleep, You hungry people, sleep!
    The gods of food watch over you.
    Sleep, if you are not satiated
    By wakefulness, then sleep shall fill you. read more »

    Muhammad Mahdi Al-Jawahiri
  • 20.
    Lullaby

    Sleep, little baby, sleep, love, sleep!
    Evening is coming, and night is nigh;
    Under the lattice the little birds cheep, read more »

    Horace Smith
  • 21.
    While you were sleeping

    While you were sleeping I felt your heart beating
    While you were sleeping in my head love was repeating
    While you were sleeping all I could do was smile
    While you were sleeping I watched you for a while read more »

    Brie Carter
  • 22.
    Sleep

    Let the night sleep,
    sleep for ever deep,
    with the night I sleep
    univers will also sleep.., read more »

    varsha santosh vyas
  • 23.
    sleep

    sleeping and speeping,
    how wonderful it is.
    with a lots of dreams.
    sleeping and sleeping. read more »

    mariam hani
  • 24.
    Grondad's Lullaby

    Sleep bonny babby, thi grondad is near,
    Noa harm can touch thee, sleep withaat fear;
    Innocent craytur, soa helpless an waik, read more »

    John Hartley
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