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Poems About: INNOCENCE

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

  • 349.

    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.

    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.

    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...

    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 »

  • 360.
    Sonnet XII

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

    Robert Anderson
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