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Poems About: INNOCENCE

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

  • 349.
    SINNERS BE

    The moon so immense the light it shows
    has so much things we'd never know
    sometimes it hides beyond our mountains
    then slowly it starts to darken read more »

    janice etienne
  • 350.
    The One

    Verse 1

    There is no laughter
    only tears falling down read more »

    Daniel Wittfoth
  • 351.
    Footsteps

    In the darkest black of night
    I heard you creep towards my bed
    As I heard your footsteps
    It was one small tear I shed read more »

    Amelie Anonymous
  • 352.
    (C) 13 (LIFE/PHILOSOPHY) A MIND RICH IN INNOCENCE

    Truth, The Real God
    Not that we have made
    Does not want a facade
    Of the limited and narrow world that we parade read more »

    Renu Rakheja a.k.a Tranquil Ocean
  • 353.
    Burning Tortured Effigies

    I need time
    To count the things that went wrong-
    The innocence that once was so strong
    Lies tattered- read more »

    Your sword vs my pen
  • 354.
    swinging in the wind

    oh fond memory
    that little girl laying in her tire swing
    laughing and smiling
    enjoying the sun read more »

    Scarlet .....
  • 355.
    Yesterday Man

    Sometimes people say to me,
    why do you write so much about the past?
    I look at them with dreamy eyes;
    a small smile curls my lips, read more »

    David Harris
  • 356.
    Innocence Divine

    When I sit next to you...I see you.
    I feel you; with years in between.
    Until you're much older and wiser.
    You know nothing of what I mean. read more »

    Delilah Caszatt
  • 357.
    A KID IN ME...

    A KID WITHIN ME...
    With time i have grown
    but all the while
    i have known read more »

    Ajinkya Raut
  • 358.
    So you call yourself a mother

    Just because you gave birth,
    Doesnt mean your worth,
    Being called a mum,
    Because you never acted like one, read more »

    brenda fisher
  • 359.
    The Silence of Tomorrow

    Unyielding is the sword of dark sorrows,
    That eviscerates the youth of innocence
    From a world that cradles them with comfort,
    And leaves them within a forest of pain read more »

    Nightdweller
  • 360.
    Sonnet XII

    Emblem of Innocence, the Snowdrop meek,
    Around in early spring its fragrance pours; read more »

    Robert Anderson
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