Poems About: CINDERELLA
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- carpe diem
You say he broke your heart and you can’t go on?
You cry all day and night until you think you’re going to drown?
Well, stop your sniffling sister,
It’s no ones fault but yours. read more »Candy Kelly
What is it then that binds us to the mob,
and asks so much of our most precious inner lust?
Will they relent in their demanding heartbreak throb
or would plain sanity whip up a healing gust read more »Herbert Nehrlich
Dancing prancing albino ponies
dance to the cap-gun crackle
of the lightening leather whip. read more »Bob Genevro
340.Resurrection Of The Butterfly
In kamikazic state and crisp,
Steered and wrenched from soft illusion;
Terrible, it's fragile, dust-blown shape
That carried it's fat world within - read more »Barry Van Asten
Never thought I would fall in love
I’m the kind of girl who never gets it right
who can't find her way
Who hopes eventually she'll be okay. read more »Asha vijeshing
Ninety Eight pounds soaking wet,
A Pirates treasure in a blouse, a true sunken chest.
Legs that seemed to have no beginning or end, read more »Linda Winchell
343.My Snow White
There once was a girl and if I remember right,
She went by the name of Snow White,
Skin white as the snow, hair black as the night,
She lived with seven men of very short height. read more »lindsey ashton
344.Cinderella’s Slipper Trail
Now Cinderella had lost her fella; this-, of course, was her unfaithful dad.
Many bad things can happen, in life, without a 'family launching pad.'
Those dreaded wicked step-kin, sadly came in, bossing her night-and-day.
Still, she had good memories and serenely read 'her rainy days away.' read more »ArmourQuill Hunter
345.She, He, It
She switches the tv on
while she's drinking coffee
and the first thing she sees
is that red, white, and blue read more »Rochelle Ratner
346.Flights Of Fantasy
I want to run away,
Far from this hurt and pain,
Far from ridicules and hurtful words,
Far far from the stares and this unbridled world. read more »Anam Rizvi
347.Life Becomes An Experience Of Wild Delight
I’m convinced that the karma I have to carry,
laid upon me by the Western heritage while
being born in Africa, where maize is the staple
and I’m allergic up to suffocating; is the result read more »Margaret Alice
348.Here I Ho Again
Parody of the classic Whitesnake song Here I Go Again
I don't know who I'm doing tonight
But I sure know who I'd like to do read more »Ramona Thompson