Poems About: CINDERELLA
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325.Feelings: Will Cinderella Ever Go To The Ball
My biggest fear since I was small has
ever been fear of boring nothingness
I commiserated with the animals for
their confinement to the here and now read more »Margaret Alice
326.ALL THE THINGS I WANA CALL YOUkennika jones
327.What Do You See?
Hey Hey look at me
What do you see?
Do you see the pain you have caused?
I feel like I have been living in hell read more »ESPN CHICK
328.I Still Have Memories of You
The memory of you still haunts me........
I thought you would fall in love with me
I guess it was just a dream another crazy dream about you read more »ESPN CHICK
329.Fairy. Tales. Of. Tomorrow.
I speak of dreams
When u. And I.
Attain bliss. Becoming We.
Pure love. Satisfied. read more »Miss Tee
The lamp that stands beside the crib
Is not yet lighted to warm the gloom
Of the blueish, opaque light falling read more »Jose Asuncion Silva
331.Esoteric: Astrogenetic Family, Fear Myself, Atilla
Loving my Astrogenetic Family
My gypsy brother is Aries
the word ‘consideration’ is unknown to him, read more »Margaret Alice
MY heart yearns for a blissful dance;
Like of those of the Cinderella on the corridors of love-
Smiling to the light of ecstasy. read more »Okoronkwo Jonathan Jackson
Can a cat catch cold? Certain cats certainly can. Clumsy cats can. Can a cow chew their cud? Cows can certainly chew the cud. Can a cowardly crow caw? A cat can’t cow or cackle like a chicken or cock. Cowardly crows can caw but not cluck like a chicken can. A cheetah is a cunning cat and certainly can catch cold, a crow, cunning cats and certain canines. Call a cat and the cat comes. The cat circles, curls and canoodles. Cheetahs can’t canoodle.
As the cock crowed, a cunning cat climbed into a cave, crawled, circled and calmly curled in a close-knit clump. read more »Ben Gieske
334.If My Life Were a Fairytale
I wish my life were a fairytale,
wher there's a big house,
with a loving family,
and best of all read more »Nata Dee
335.Football games are neat,
Giants run the field,
Crushing Earth beneath them,
Atlas would be proud.
Holding the hopes of city states read more »Hakeem Rahim
336.A Life In The Day
A Life In The Day
Up before the pride sets in, darkness crawls and twists,
devils of the mind erupt, bind you by the wrists. read more »Jerry Pike