Poems About: INSPIRATION
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349.I’m A Rogue
I’m a rogue who likes to prorogue any
routine job because I know, tomorrow
I will stop procrastinating, if I should do
everything today, what on earth would read more »Margaret Alice
350.0038.Heart, mind, Inspiration... we'll be happy
We all have heart to heart moments,
With each other,
For me it's my brother. read more »Sunset Moonshine
Mom, you are my inspiration.
You were strong through thick and thin.
You make me laugh so hard that I start to cry.
You were there for me when no one else was. read more »marissa olson
Inside the empty room, my inspiration flows
and covers the walls with soft bright ideas
blending into the dilapidated plaster
which once, read more »Waqas Naeem
353.Be my inspiration
if i tell you
that i love you
i mean it
if you believe in me read more »Keith Ricardo Williams
I can no longer do this,
It's almost impossible now.
My inspiration is waining,
And my drive is leaving me. read more »Mathew Sutter
355.Inspiration Be Damned
Very worried about my positive book, it
recommended inspiration – thinking about
how great it would feel to do jobs I dislike
first, not by motivating myself with fear for read more »Margaret Alice
356.bringing triumph to the brain
Advances in research depend
on unexpected brilliant breaks
the gods fortuitously send
not triumphs born of our mistakes. read more »gershon hepner
He has lost the inspiration of his life
And he must grow old without Annie his wife
They had been married for twenty two years
And memories of her still has him near to tears. read more »Francis Duggan
The poesy inspiration to her comes easily
The poetess from Sunderland by the Atlantic sea
Sharing with the universe her great gift of joy
She will live forever her sort never die. read more »Francis Duggan
359.Inspiration to a Man
Inspiration to a man,
Is success of another,
Whether a small step forward,
Or a large leap of faith. read more »Melissa Coventry
Inspired by thoughts!
Sometimes you bring them...
To join the ones I have sought!
Many times I sit, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar