Poems About: BALLAD
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Smooth green hills just short of touching the sky
White plastic fences seeming to try and out run the hills
Beautiful beast’s hooves pounding silently on the green as they play
The horse house set low down the hill near the sparkling cricks read more »Jessica Burger
86.The Lost Poems of Fidel Castro
From above, the desk has a home
in a row of identical desks,
an old high school yearbook rests in the middle,
and a mechanical pencil. read more »Michael Philips
The night I snuck an electronic megaphone
Into a jazz club
I hesitated before doing so
Pranks are great but this one could end up dumb read more »Michael Philips
88.Never thought it would happen...
you were my strength,
nothing will replace,
you wont be forgotten, read more »Scentless Apprentice
89.An Ode To Beauty
Seeing you I'm mesmerised
you're so beautiful, I am surprised
It's not just me, the mirror too
longs to have a look at you read more »Vishnu Sampoorn
90.Old Man Time
The first shades appear noticed
Obvious as the sun and the moon
High above the grounds of the earth
Nature taking effect at its worst read more »Sakib Choudhury
91.I Am Me
I am me
A lone ballad of emotions.
Who else could I be?
Wether you love, hate, or envy me. read more »Katelin Sanderson
Through soft touches of warm embrace,
Enchanting ballads from face to face,
The fiery passion that gives its word,
And the future love forever heard, read more »Ashley Reeves (male)(13)
93.To Thomas Atkins
PRELUDE TO "BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS"
I have made for you a song
And it may be right or wrong, read more »Rudyard Kipling
Let the notes that fall so sweetly
Charm you in the evening air,
Never was so sweet a ballad
Sung with passion, love, and care. read more »Cordelia Adams
95.After A But Before C
Bashful Ben and benevolent Barbara began a boring betrothal.
But after Benji's birth Big Ben was boisterously banished.
Big Ben and Benji became best buddies by belting blues ballads, belching bean burritos, bouncing basketballs, and benign buffoonery.
Big Ben began bringing Barbara Brooks' baby boy back by bedtime, beaming but bedraggled. read more »Myra Jefferson
you're so beautiful,
I am surprised read more »Vishnu Sampoorn