Poems About: JOY
Poems on / about :
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49.Yesterday and Tomorrow
JOYS have three stages, Hoping, Having, and Had:
The hands of Hope are empty, and the heart of Having is sad;
For the joy we take, in the taking dies; and the joy we Had is its ghost.
Now, which is the better—the joy unknown or the joy we have clasped and lost? read more »John Boyle O'Reilly
50.* A SEED WITHIN
what are you going to do?
he might ask
are you going to wait read more »Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
51.Joy Is In Your Heart
Joy is in your heart
Not in the hand of another
Joy is in your heart
Not in the decision of others read more »Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
The mind is not the medium for joy
Each joy is the bell within the heart
Ringing like a wave-tossed power
Restless but content as polished art read more »seeme now
53.Joy, Joy, Joy
Joy, Joy, Joy
J oy-filled cornucopia that read more »Almedia Knight Oliver
There's joy in the fleecy clouds
There's joy in the sky.
There's joy in a fishing trip
Even tho the babies cry. read more »Della Hodgson James
O joy, O joy
Why have you forsaken me?
Leave me dwelling with the past of sorrow and misery.
My life was made of joy but no longer can I see freely read more »Westley Douglas
56.A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose
A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose
Not only because of its colour
And not only because of it fragrance
A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose read more »Bashyam Narayanan
57.Tears of Joy!
Tears of Joy!
Tears of joy I will cry for you, let my love flow eyes for all to see!
Tears of joy I will be your happiness, I will be there to erase them for you! read more »sharon kubeck
Is it possible?
Can it be done?
To capture Joy
Loves smile begun read more »Adrian Wait
You bring peace and serenity into my life.
Joy to my entire existence. Joy is the light
That fills my heart with hope of the future,
Faith that we will be together forever. It’s read more »Sandra Finch
60.Joy and Sorrow
One can hear the voice of sorrow sobbing, sobbing endlessly
Yet it hides in dark recesses sorrow you can never see
It's a black and brooding creature with a voice that aches of pain
And all of those who have met with it hope not to meet with it again. read more »Francis Duggan