Green Peace


Green Peace Poems

1. Small God 9/28/2008
2. Pets Parlour 9/28/2008
3. The Everlasting Evening 9/28/2008
4. The Book 9/28/2008
5. Morning 10/3/2008
6. Minds 10/3/2008
7. The Joy Of The Morning Charm 10/5/2008
8. Immersion! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 10/7/2008
9. The Dawn Of Life 10/7/2008
10. Calamities 10/7/2008
11. Fleeting Faces 10/5/2008
12. Happy Days In The Rain 10/7/2008
13. On A Tsetse's Sting 10/7/2008
14. The Colourless Cuckoo 10/7/2008
15. Myself To 'Thyself' 10/7/2008
16. Tomorrow 10/7/2008
17. Three Wishes 10/10/2008
18. Death 10/10/2008
19. Multiple Selves 10/10/2008
20. The Seasons Of The Year 10/10/2008
21. The Seven White Horses 10/10/2008
22. Different Rights 10/12/2008
23. Unconscious Walls 10/12/2008
24. Seeds Of Humanity 10/12/2008
25. Those Three Hours 10/12/2008
26. If I Were A Tree 10/7/2008
27. Dearest Prince 10/8/2008
28. Separation 10/8/2008
29. Precious And Beautiful Gifts 10/10/2008
30. The Euphoric Peregrination 10/10/2008
31. Things Without Their Essence 10/12/2008
32. From Salient Admirers 10/12/2008
33. Lost Horizon 10/12/2008
34. Speechlessness 10/12/2008
35. Telescope 10/12/2008
36. School Days 10/12/2008
37. The Withered Flower 10/10/2008
38. Reverend Mistress 10/12/2008
39. Education 10/13/2008
40. Strange Friends 10/13/2008
Best Poem of Green Peace

A New Road

different roads to reach'Him'
ample ways to meet the 'Gateway'
all vehicles in heavy momentum
on the move attaining dignified dignity

from where arriving?
where finally reaching?
who knows?
endless seems the peregrination

one after another
a continent of roads
some interlinked, some parallel
which ones the shortest, fastest, nearest?

in the journey to Infinity?
a new road, a new birth
nevertheless it continues
with ample twists and turns

which ones to suffer them?
to whom will it be a smooth excursion?
which road will...

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Childhood Instinct

A tiny tot
Playing alone
In the park
Amongst other kids

Suddenly dragged someone's yellow car
To drive on
They snatched it away from her
In her swaddling clothes she woolly babbled

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