Poems About: BIRTH
Poems on / about :
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A woman giving birth
Replenishes Mother Earth
Mother Nature’s humanity and myriad mirth
Destruction of Life by bombs and war read more »Josephine DixonBanks
74.Must they exist?
Before birth, my name was not there.
Before birth, my foot prints were not there.
Before birth, no monument was for me.
After death, must these things live? read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
75.*****We Tell Ourselves
This one was lost
To the night’s seeds
To the hopes of flowering moons
With him die the cosmic ambitions read more »Sadiqullah Khan
Love is sweeter
than the sword’s blade.
Love is warmer
than chill interstellar space. read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
77.Then There Was Harlem
I mourn you
Though, I never knew you
I’m part of you but we’ve never met
I love you, but read more »Candis Johnson
There are so many births
in my mind
like benches rowed
in a class room, read more »lohian lohi
79.You Needn’t Kill Me With Weapons
Took birth from the womb of death,
And my voice
Took birth out of silence, read more »Muhammad Shanazar
80.Those Red Velvet Roses
Those red velvet roses resembled my heart.
I wished to place them right beside yours’
in the pretext of wishing a very happy birthday to you. read more »Palas kumar Ray
81.To Give, and To Get, Birth
Is giving a birth unloading or bearing?
Is getting a birth gaining or suffering?
A child would forgo receiving kisses
If each kiss is followed by a pinch. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
82.Sounds of Life and Love
Love: Which is more important: Love or life?
Life: Without life, there would be no love.
Love: But without love, life would have no meaning. read more »Dejan Stojanovic
83.On Pedigree. From Epicharmus
My mother! if thou love me, name no more
My noble birth! Sounding at every breath read more »William Cowper
Dirt has no dearth human birth has no worth
Removed by wash appears again a new dirt
Pruned by death appears again a new birth
Birth ushers the life only to be snatched by death read more »Somanathan Iyer