Poems About: BIRTH
Poems on / about :
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253.To live with dignity
To live with dignity
Is birth right of all
All animals birds and human. read more »gajanan mishra
254.Fate Is The Culprit
Choices, Life gives many!
Before birth, though none are available.
Questions, many obviously!
Three things are non-negotiable: read more »Cynthia BuhainBaello
255.A Red Cow Speaks with Deeds!
Passing the slaughter house
The barber stops for a while read more »nimal dunuhinga
Birth after birth we better ourselves
In this rushing world
I feel sucked
Sucked into a system where I couldn’t breathe read more »The soul of Mira
257.Eyes Feast Upon First New Seedlings
rising as new green
eyes feast upon
first new seedlings read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
258.The Birth of Death
When the grave yard spins
and the demons awaken
you better watch out
your parents dont belive you but you swear you saw a face in the mirror read more »izzy barnwell
259.Life is a string.
A child at birth comes out as alive.
It is out of the embryo, alive.
The embryo is from the zygote, alive
The zygote is the fusion of gametes alive. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
260.These Bones Are Light to Travel In
These bones are light to travel in,
Where men are wont to roam;
Far away from the birthing lands-
Though none remembers birth. read more »Patti Masterman
i come i sit i wait
i’m drawn to the dark
but it’s not the dark
i came to see read more »Speedy Hartman
262.The Meaning of Equality
All humans are equal by birth and death.
In between, everyone lives with plight,
Which the spectators witness with delight.
Equality in birth and death makes no sense. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
You are flowing in the river,
River is engulfing your surrounding.
A baby is getting its birth -
Birth will forgive the earth. read more »Sanjibsaha Aniketa
264.The stone heart
Birth and death in my home
Affect me but need not you.
If feel as you feel about birth and death
Of my house, it detachment read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.