Poems About: INNOCENCE
Poems on / about :
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205.The ScholarNaveed Akram
Breath of innocence,
Conjures though this empty shell.
Incinerating. read more »James Callos Jordan
Tiger lilies squat—
garish, blazingly unbound…
wishes, a heavy read more »Indigo Hawkins
Young and free
shadows of me
tumbling freely read more »Patti Wilburn
Look, there our hero
Acting blazing innocence
Calls us to wake up
Up means up to down for him read more »Indira Renganathan
210.looking Back An Overview Of A Life
Today, I turned forty three
So I look back or look ahead
Back to what I was or ahead to what I'll be
But not too far because then I'd be dead read more »Harry J. Couchon Jr
211.Time Gone By
?The time when your innocence was something that people loved about you, ?
The time were a dimple on your cheek was smiled at, ?
The time when all you felt was happiness, ?Finding enjoyment and fun almost out of anything, whether that be a toilet roll or a cardboard box,
When sweets at the weekend felt like it was Christmas, read more »meggan o reilly
Innocence rides by on a cargo train,
Without a glance back through the heavy rain.
At the one false convicted of the real crime,
With its work and task it has not the time. read more »Isha Trivedi
213.Streak of innocence
Streak of innocence
The purest form of innocence lies inside a child’s heart –abode to pure emotions …nurture the soft, tender heart inside of you and grow with time and learn with life and that is how the streak of innocence survives that was gifted to us all.
For a child all are friends and no foes. read more »Meetika Srivastava
214.Innocence and Peace
Eons ago the Mother spoke
And elements of chaos awoke.
Then, working with great skill and care,
She blended the water with fire and air, read more »Irene C S ClarkHogg
215.The Great Gift Of Youth
The great gift of youth is a thing to enjoy
And the crimes of the man are not the crimes of the boy
That all children are innocent to all children apply
And why we lose our innocence don't ask me why? read more »Francis Duggan
To Our Loving Daughter read more »MBJ Pancras