Poems About: BIRTH
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
37.When we had first fallen in love
It was irrevocably impossible for me to capture time;
as it indefatigably tick-tocked and unstoppably
unfurled into profound virility,
But the pricelessly mesmerizing moments when we had read more »Nikhil Parekh
38.In the next birth
IF I ACQUIRED the menacing form of an
alligator in the next birth,
I would want you to cling tightly to my persona as my serrated green
skin. read more »Nikhil Parekh
I haven't gold
to make this day so bold
but 'cos you are my love
on your birthday read more »Eric Ekinde
40.That Peace And Silence is In your heart!
Before the birth of universe,
Before the birth of star and universe,
Before the birth of space and time,
Before the eternal vibration, read more »Ramdas Bhandarkar
It’s the end of a fiery passion
The birth of dying embers
Our hearts know this can mean only one thing
The goodbye of dear friends read more »Rafael Yaw Kumi
42.True Fulfillment Of My Birth
True fulfillment of my birth is in loving my beloved forever!
Never with dry rituals and harsh austerities
Would I torture my tender body!
All the time I'd play the games of love with my beloved! read more »Narsinh Mehta
43.I have found my Valentine
Both of us by love chord bound,
End to end eternity surround(s) ,
In all births I have Him found,
Howsoever strange, it may sound. read more »C. P. Sharma
44.WATERING' THE 'UNWATERED'
Concentration is less water
More water is dilution
Stones, boulders more strong concentration
Sand and the like fine concentration read more »Obed Akuma
Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday
It's already been a year
Happy Birth day, Happy Birth day
Your older than last yeAR read more »robert edwards
if i could wish upon a star
i wish i had a magic car
a magic car to take me places
a magic car to see different faces read more »joanna xxx
47.Birth And Death
Birth and death, twin-sister and twin-brother,
Night and day, on all things that draw breath,
Reign, while time keeps friends with one another
Birth and death. read more »Algernon Charles Swinburne
48.To mourn the death?
Leaving home for school is a death.
Leaving school for service is a death.
Retiring from service is a death.
Every parting is a death. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.