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Poems About: INNOCENCE

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

  • 229.
    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
  • 230.
    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
  • 231.
    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
  • 232.
    Eighth Wonder

    Thy Smile

    To Our Loving Daughter read more »

    MBJ Pancras
  • 233.

    She is born with a fragile name
    She is born from innocence… read more »

    Salimah Nubee
  • 234.
    Stolen Innocence

    Her face is beauty
    Yet marred by the pain in her eyes.
    The tears she sheds
    Fall to the ground read more »

    Sunny Grace
  • 235.

    I’m not the girl I used to be
    And that may be a good thing

    I’m not girl you used to know read more »

    Vanessa Kingsley
  • 236.
    For Cindy

    The season's first frost
    clashed with her innocence...

    The innocence shown in dark brown eyes. read more »

    M.Dean Everett
  • 237.
    Virginity Be Damned

    Tonight i want my innocence trampled on
    every time I look you in the eyes thoughts of us together rush through me like water from a fire hydrant
    run your fingers down my breast as you undo the buttons of my dress
    kiss my skin hot and pale like the white beaches of a different land read more »

    Courtney Pare' Cox
  • 238.

    It was the eternal summer of her soul
    which mesmorized me-
    a shiny shimmering-
    which glowed in the day time read more »

    Lonnie Hicks
  • 239.
    The Gift

    The start of innocence humanity smiles,
    the road begines, with the first breath.

    Who will be the teacher, to answer the read more »

    Randall Snapp
  • 240.
    Be An Example!

    Banks of rivers and ponds have screw pines,
    that has the flower, so fragrant and divine,
    the smell invites from the distant, but the cobras guard,
    Guards are distracted for the blooms to be extracted. read more »

    veeraiyah subbulakshmi
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