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Poems About: HOME

In this page, poems on / about “home” are listed.

  • 301.
    A Home Song

    I read within a poet's book
    A word that starred the page:
    "Stone walls do not a prison make,
    Nor iron bars a cage!" read more »

    Henry Van Dyke
  • 302.
    'Kidnapped Child'

    Though they are with you
    Yet....they're alone
    Frightened and longing
    For surroundings they've known read more »

    James B. Earley
  • 303.

    Alone, Alone
    I'm sitting at home, Alone. read more »

    Dama Tristeza
  • 304.
    I am Home in Nature

    I am home in nature
    I love its beauty
    All of the creatures read more »

    Aaron Burr
  • 305.

    There was a home
    A home of a sort
    Which held a generation of stories in its heart. read more »

    sharmila Ranade
  • 306.
    I Miss The Road

    I miss the road to school
    I miss the innocence
    I left somewhere on the road to school
    I want my innocence back read more »

    Narender Singh Bansal
  • 307.
    Home Sweet Home

    Home sweet home

    I light a candle
    Then close my eyes read more »

    Anne Morgan
  • 308.
    Our Piece Of Heaven

    Heaven is where the heart lies
    and the heart lies where it calls home
    and home is always
    where you hang your hat. read more »

    David Harris
  • 309.
    Mother's Goodbye.

    A stare of blindness,
    A touch of prayer,
    A cast of silence,
    You’re no longer there, read more »

    Thomas Fitzgerald
  • 310.
    Welcome Home Soldier

    Coming home, so many beside me
    But so alone
    So many friends that helped to guide me
    Now on my own read more »

    Bill Simmons
  • 311.
    Welcome home

    Welcome home, are the words I use to greet a hero
    He says thank you but for me this is no home
    Only a place of residence he says young and dumb
    He fell for a glorified lie leave a boy then read more »

    Ronald Speight
  • 312.
    27 Queens Road

    so this is home.
    a dressing table
    and a swivel chair,
    a lampshade suspended read more »

    sherrie tappenden
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