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Poems About: ISOLATION

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

  • 337.
    Pages Of Loneliness

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    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 338.
    the comma that makes the big difference

    the children who walk and pass along the road
    where your house is facing are always noisy

    you pay attention to what they are talking about read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 339.
    something

    And so it came to be
    this isolation that I am
    I can only look to me
    to find the way it all began - read more »

    alexus jones
  • 340.
    A Man in a Boat With Nowhere To Go and Everywhere To Be

    Mountains of gray
    Water.

    He peaks over read more »

    Alec Witthohn
  • 341.
    The Look In A Crowd

    Color my soul with Your tender glance,
    The crimson of immense love-suffering,
    To melt away my heart, shake my world,
    To bless me with Your touch, most intimate, most total. read more »

    Don Nguyen
  • 342.
    Hidden Help

    The things that pained me the most helped me to find what helps me to heal
    Pain and isolation helped me to blossom
    Like a newborn turtle on a journey to sea the trials make me stronger
    Although the times seemed terrible they fueled my passions read more »

    Nadira Bostic
  • 343.
    That Isolation

    watching the two of you
    in such a huddle
    at noon
    till nighttime read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 344.
    Where I'm From

    I'm from the ashes, of a broken house upon a crumbing foundation, a broken family,
    Molded and shaped by the arguments, the yelling, the sadness and frustration,
    I'm from the books, the world I'd go to hide, to escape
    I'm from nights spent staring at my ceiling, feeling lost, afraid read more »

    Michael Carlson
  • 345.
    It Never Ends

    It never ends
    It never ends
    these thoughts
    These dreams read more »

    Michael Carlson
  • 346.
    even for the meantime....

    in this world of chaos
    where brother kills brother

    where buses are bombed read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 347.
    In isolation

    You lose your friend with whom you are clever.
    They may not be clever enough to match.
    They'd be clever enough to deduct you.
    You will then end up in isolation. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 348.
    Biased Answers

    Probe your deepest feelings
    To make an emotional connection
    To form a meaningful picture
    Of the world around you read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
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