Poems About: DESTINY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
when will destiny take me from this craule earth
i can't stand living hear old ladies getting jack for there purse
all my love ones ending up in the back of a hurse
i want to be the person to ride insleep read more »phillip dalsing
Is it destiny that we met?
Like thunder and lightning we click each other.
Is it destiny that we parted?
Like heaven and earth we miss each other. read more »Katherine Ng Li Hoon
Looking back on yesterday,
I see mistakes I've made,
But then came I to the cross of Christ
Whose blood covered my every sin. read more »Katie J. Figueroa
My heart has lost its Love
Now I am starting to get love
It is an Illusion,
But this Illusion hurts. read more »Richard Hernandez Jr
I walk to my destiny
I walk to my life read more »Lillie Ellis
It was my destiny to be with you.
You are my enchanted love, with
a sensational point of view.You give
me power.You give me strength. read more »Kim Robin Edwards
115.Sonnet: On Destiny
No man need fear his Destiny's bad course,
When challenges, he meets resolutely;
Defying it and hitting hard with force;
with prudent action, that is done timely. read more »Dr John Celes
116.A Biography Of One Man's Destiny
Destiny hopefully knocks on our door at the right time
because I know I missed the train and forgotten my ticket
when it has tried to give me a chance
I have become ecstatic and full of light read more »Cokbod Lodwogo
Destiny sparks thundering through,
my life with an iron rod
and day after day I stand not knowing what to do read more »Gert Strydom
118.ME FOR U............
If not you;
Then what for me.
I want u
To be with me read more »Naveed Marazi
119.You've come to change my destiny.
You've entered my heart via my eyes.
Who are you to me oh stranger mine,
Very dear to me you are so suddenly.
you've come to change my destiny. read more »renu kakkar
120.The Story Of Modern Verses
The story that had started in wonder
The story that had started in pain
The story that always remained untold
The story that could never unfold read more »Somsubhro Ghosh