Poems About: COUPLET
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.A CONFLUENCE OF TRINITY!
At noon reaching Kanyakumari they purchased
The tickets for boarding the barge to cross the sea read more »Ramesh T A
254.A Pathetic Love Poem
Your words are kind and you are nice,
but to think that you could be to others,
the way you are to me, murders a thousand smiles
and makes me want to take you to task. read more »Heatseeker FORTY7
255.Not Poetry as we Know It!
I dream of Cyberspace,
Where fantasies come true.
At least that’s what they tell me:
Into pastures new. read more »Paul Butters
I am just a vagabond, I am just a vagabond! !
Across the globe, I move on….
Seeking not my home….
I am just a vagabond, I am just a vagabond! ! read more »Kamal Jyoti Borah
Once Black, White, could compete
no neutral grey'd encumber
life's canvas, harvest wheat
framed golden peace aslumber. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
258.tempest in no teacup
A TEMPEST IN NO TEACUP
Ripeness and mortality and age
are the subjects Shakespeare chose read more »gershon hepner
259.Harvey Two Face
Confusion is from
What I am spawn
Because with it in me
I can't seem to move on I feel as if nothing read more »Armand Miller
I realized no implication
I had not even slight indication
But it exploded like bomb shell
The situation was not ripe to tell read more »hasmukh amathalal
Carpe diem? sweet, yet meet? … whimsical? smart? how do I start? …
On a birthday, it’s worth saying something special from the heart.
While I’ve penned all kinds of rhymes— ahead, behind the times, a range— read more »Harley White
262.Thoughts On Authors Form
At its purest
It was a test
For who my heart loved best
At is present its soldiered read more »john wake
With pensive eyes the little room I view,
Where in my youth I weathered it so long,
With a wild mistress, a stanch friend or two, read more »Pierre Jean de Beranger
264.Les Sens de l'Amour
Si je n’avais ma voix que pour mieux te parler,
Je n’aurais pas assez de mots pour te dire,
Les mille et une phrases douces pour t’aimer,
Que jusqu'à ce jour je n’ai pas pu t’écrire. read more »Late Sunrise