Poems About: JOY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Make every day a special one
For younger you'll not be
Find joy in all the little things
And let your soul be free read more »Joseph M. Byron
362.Love and Tragedy
Yes, I have loved with love
that was more than love
more than love,
Drove myself mad with this love read more »Andy Greenwald
363.Introit : VIII. The Golden Joy
What has the poet but a glorious phrase
And the heart's wisdom? -- Oh, a Joy of gold!
A Joy to mint and squander on the Kind,-- read more »Thomas MacDonagh
364.The Wings Of Time
Time is often hard to comprehend, for she can be our enemy or she can be our friend.
She can mark the joy that welcomes a beginning or the sorrow that envelopes an end.
We all have similar experiences sharing the joy of a special day read more »Jim Yerman
From blossoms comes
this brown paper bag of peaches
we bought from the joy
at the bend in the road where we turned toward read more »Li-Young Lee
366.Sadness and Joy
I pray you, Sadness, leave me soon,
In sweet invention thou art poor!
Thy sister, Joy can make ten songs
While thou art making four. read more »William Henry Davies
367.The Best Friend
Now shall I walk
Or shall I ride?
"Ride", Pleasure said;
"Walk", Joy replied. read more »William Henry Davies
Joy in heaven for a repenting sinner.
Luke 15:7,10. read more »Isaac Watts
UPON my lap my sovereign sits
And sucks upon my breast;
Meantime his love maintains my life
And gives my sense her rest. read more »Richard Rowlands
Summer is coming I hear the wind whisper
Tales of new seasons now waltz in the breeze
Daffodils dancing and bluebells are waking
And new leaves are sprigging on every tree read more »Lucy Burrow
371.Sonnet: What Joy!
I lost a book and found it at long last;
The joy when I saw it again was great;
I lost many other things in the past;
I searched my house entire like a feat! read more »Dr John Celes
372.We – Not We
My joy and your joy don’t go together,
My thoughts and your thoughts touch slightly.
My hand, your hand – they will meet never,
My dreams want to kiss your dreams lightly. read more »Jolanta Gradowicz