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Poems About: SOLITUDE

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

  • 229.
    Moon

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    Jaipal Singh
  • 230.
    Solitude

    Wispy clouds
    In Kaleidoscope sky
    Are the clouds really angels
    Watching over me, read more »

    Connie Webb
  • 231.
    989. What Is Solitude?

    Amma, What Is Solitude?

    World is always busy.
    Blind mind too busy all the time. read more »

    Raman Savithiri
  • 232.
    ! ! A rich interior life with style

    I would live in that sort of space
    if would were could.

    Instead, I take off my shoes at the door, read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 233.
    A Gentle Seige

    I long to have you understand my heart-
    How it bleeds and how it hurts and how it
    Yearns for solitude, lonely and apart. read more »

    Kevin Moore
  • 234.
    Sonnet 12

    no sport lending play nor giving mind diversion:
    all faculties dead to present, future, and fate:
    will unformed and bent to no inspired reason:
    disbarred from freedom, in isolated restraint: read more »

    doug bentley
  • 235.
    'ASYLUM IN INFINITE ISOLATON’

    'ASYLUM IN INFINITE ISOLATON’
    esspeecee

    # Tired, read more »

    Dr. Sakti P. Chakravorty
  • 236.
    Solitude

    Upon this hill of solitude this place
    were there's pure
    loneliness.
    I close my eyes and quench my breath. read more »

    cortez mccall
  • 237.
    Solitude, Only My Second Love

    Walking along the sandy beach,
    The sun has gone inside the sea.
    A cool wind upon my face,
    Under the shade of my palm tree. read more »

    Hrishi Telcontar
  • 238.
    Solitude

    I've grown to favor solitude,
    No longer does solace visit me.
    No longer must I succumb to others
    Nor endure the insensitive, read more »

    Chris Chi
  • 239.
    Orad Sin Cesar

    For solitude and sadness
    Are unending, even pain. read more »

    L.H. Grape
  • 240.
    Solitude

    How can such behavior effect others
    if there is no-one that it will effect
    How can fair play be fair
    with nothing to reject? read more »

    Janice M Pickett
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