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Poems About: TRUTH

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  • 229.
    gospel truth

    truth is not a closed
    door or a fixed pillar
    it is a seed growing
    inside our heart and read more »

  • 230.
    The Truth

    Everybody has secrets
    Always something to hide
    Once the truth outs
    You can’t turn back the tide read more »

    NikMorgan ...
  • 231.

    Is like any arrow piercing your heart
    It is painful and harsh read more »

    Amna Haleem
  • 232.
    Quiet truth

    truth stands quietly by
    watching the fabricators of war
    continually distort and lie
    as their countless victims fight and die read more »

    Harlan Simantel
  • 233.
    let everything good and beautiful come

    let everything good and beautiful come
    to cheer the truth

    it is arriving with dignity read more »

  • 234.
    My Daughter Truth

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    Susie Sunshine
  • 235.

    we stand here waiting
    wondering what the truth will be
    then the knifes come down
    the guns go off read more »

    Sally Minns
  • 236.

    Truths not what happened yesterday
    Historians have a way of telling lies
    Truths not how the future wants to play
    Uncertainty can’t be tamed or organized read more »

    Ray Lucero
  • 237.
    The UnDistinguishable

    Amazing how people can be blinded from the truth for so long
    because the truth always hides behind a few walls
    A few names, a few stickers, posted on the refridgerator
    The truth, you all assumed you knew, but you didn't read more »

    Dan Gregory
  • 238.
    Seeking The Truth

    If you seek truth then your woes are missed,
    The beginning of words is at an end;
    Shadowy truth beguiles you as you turn
    The truth into perishment, only hearing us. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 239.
    Quatrain #242 - The truth, the whole truth and.........

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    George Krokos
  • 240.
    Truth Is Dear

    More arduous, the truth-strewn path;
    More work, with less to do it-
    But no wild lies, to keep the charge of:
    The beauty of truth shines through it. read more »

    Patti Masterman
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