Poems About: CINDERELLA
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313.It is not my sin
Ah how thousand of moments have shattered me; left me within myself.
Unable and unwilling to divulge my fears, my hopes, my needs to you.
Doomed to failure, it persists.
Your actions, your deeds, unbeknown to you, read more »Miss Tee
314.Flow it Again
While you walk,
I kept my eyes hold my breathe,
and my heart beats
stop for a moment for anything read more »Antonio Liao
315.Lily, Picasso & The Golden Mean
The bride wore knee sox.
Kissing the ground her mother walked on,
Taking me back in time to a place
Like no other I’ve ever seen before— read more »Johnny Noir
Does anyone still make use of the linen handkerchief?
Does anyone still take the time to starch and iron,
Fold and press into triangle or square? read more »Jean Renwick
I escape my apartment
Leaving my stepfather
Not letting him know I left read more »Sarah Marie
318.Life Lesson At the Lone Pine Saloon
I watched a pool shark
Take this guy’s entire paycheck
One game at a time read more »Allan Thorne
319.THERE SHE IS
How do I introduce the shout of a soul?
Whose hole was stole to be whole
Without a leak
Which words do I pick? read more »KUTLWANO SONJI NOBLE ONE NKWE
320.you should have known him in the first place
he is not what you think he is
he is not a bridge, neither is he a river
though he claims himself to be
but it is not what and how you understand it read more »RIC S. BASTASA
Romeo, Romeo, where fore art thou Romeo?
Yes, you are my Romeo
But I'm not your Juliet
I would be great for you read more »Elisabeth Perry
A light like yours can lead me home.
A body warm inside my arms.
A fantasy so alive, made of flesh and bone.
A voice of warmth, a scent of light. read more »Marcel Tourdot
323.The world is more than the sum of it's parts
The world is more than the sum of it's parts;
Things so unequal, it must be an art,
For nothing's predictable as it might seem,
From the hour of our birth to the death of our dream. read more »Patti Masterman
324.The Days to Remember
Do you remember the days?
The days of Cinderella wanting to go the ball
The days of the seven dwarfs
The days when you believed in it read more »Ambra Milton