Poems About: INNOCENCE
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325.A Price for Pentinence
Fridays are the days for me,
I so long for the night.
I often dream of things unseen,
so far I am from right. read more »saint cynosure ( Ken Bennight )
Love was never a complicated thing
from the moment their eyes first meet
to the moment he gives her that ring
it's that sweet simplicity that makes it all worth while read more »Lala Singer
The line was a solemn sight,
long and deadly,
the wooden poles stood,
waiting. read more »Amouta Stardancer
a prophet gets no
honor in his town. I'm no prophet but only
a poet trying to write the poetry of the day
but they watch me with the hawk's eye. read more »ENOCH JOHN
329.i wanna write a poem
all of a sudden
i felt intensely
that i want to
write a poem read more »Alaa ...
330.Claims Upon the Innocent
It seems we are forever falling,
Falling into empty channels
Where the darkness thickens and consumes us. read more »Harold Standish
331.Innocence and Silence
Innocence and silence.
A kind of state out of nature.
A head in a queer trance.
A body with a fracture. read more »Walid Boureghda
332.End of school day
like prisoners finally freed,
the children flee from the school,
restrained minds, tied up tongues,
untied. read more »Not Long Left
333.Point Of View
Is a glass half empty or half filled?
Think for a moment or two
To know, you needn’t be terribly skilled
For it’s just one’s point of view read more »Stanley Cooper
334.A Weeping Willow
Somewhere between nowhere and goodbye we met,
Young innocence enveloped by passion.
Bond of lost innocence among the haze of neon-argon strips.
Lingering in bed, her back nestled against mine, read more »Barry A. Lanier
335.In Knowing the Truth to Lay in the Kiln
Love the girl, keep her memory warm
Offer in sincerity a break from the storm.
No man who would call himself wise,
Would deny the beauty of the skies. read more »David Lacey
336.Innocence & Guilt
INNOCENCE, as its defined,
Is a state of being free.
Freedom from evil deeds,
A life of purity. read more »Sara Stowell