Poems About: SOLITUDE
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- carpe diem
Solitude has a color, a unique color of its own.
The color of gentle shades, mingling into a dream.
Hues of pink blue lavender softly overlapping each other,
with maybe a splash of bright yellow, here and there. read more »Anamika Goswami
Oceans of life,
Oceans in one's life
Heart is one ocean read more »Ramdas Bhandarkar
231.Not Understood By Anyone
Neutral, frothy, flowering, flowering
I'm neutral, I'm clear, I'm beautiful
The atmosphere in the color of the morning, fresh and free
Neutral, I want to be like the cool water! read more »Irvan Hermawan Saichu
Long before the dream they called him Solo,
Alone became too much to say
He rides down the same trail daily
Weathered, hardened, beard mostly grey, read more »MacGregor Tagliaferro
233.Elegy for Valentines Day
As Valentine's day blossoms like a red rose
A day of shattering solitude, murky and morose
The heart sans a murmur amidst unforgiving dessert land
As the murals of yesteryear fill with porous grains of sand read more »Dilantha Gunawardana
234.The City, the Solitude, the Soul
I try to fall in love with this city
I fail miserably. read more »feroz rather
A solitude enjoyed...
Has been a solitude earned.
One who appreciates a quietness,
Is deserving of a mind at rest. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
Searching for coherence and for sense,
a man requires solitude and deprivation
of stimuli that cause false confidence,
and lead to a pursuit of approbation. read more »gershon hepner
Solitude! Are you also a lover? read more »kunjubi varghese
238.0007 Rilke on Solitude
If you notice that solitude is great,
rejoice because of this.
For what would solitude be
that had no greatness? There is read more »Michael Shepherd
Sometimes I feel like a solitary man.
Under the night sky writing what I can.
No one else is moving or driving cars.
The world belongs to me under the stars. read more »Robert Edgar Burns
When I think about us,
I remember an interminable kiss,
A hug forever by…
Nonsense of believable lies… read more »Carlos Aragao