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Poems About: JOY

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  • 85.
    My Joy

    My Joy is in knowing that I can still breathe
    While dozens die around without a breath to spare
    My Joy is in knowing that I can still walk away
    While many are concealed and enslaved all the life read more »

    Aditya Bhaskara
  • 86.
    Hope against hope

    Hope against all hope
    That times will change
    A word lingers
    In time and place read more »

    Dom Hunt
  • 87.

    How I envy them poets and authors
    To toss words into the air
    And have them fall in perfect order
    Why is it so easy to pour out my grief in a poem? read more »

    Caitlin (a dead poet) no longer living
  • 88.
    Joy, Shipmate, Joy!

    Joy! shipmate--joy!
    (Pleas'd to my Soul at death I cry;)
    Our life is closed--our life begins;
    The long, long anchorage we leave, read more »

    Walt Whitman
  • 89.

    Let a joy keep you.
    Reach out your hands
    And take it when it runs by,
    As the Apache dancer read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 90.
    The Joys in my Life

    The Joys in my Life

    The joys in my life
    They are everything to me read more »

    Marilee Morley
  • 91.
    Simple Little Things

    Just from simple little things
    Life's joy may often springs

    So live with joy in each day read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 92.
    Cup Of Happiness

    Drink some joy and some fun
    From happiness cup before its done

    Because the joy that you get from it read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 93.
    Recipe Of Joy

    Open your eyes with joy in them
    For joys and happiness always hem
    Your day with the stitches of hope
    And protects you from being in mope read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 94.
    Inscriptions : V.

    --Winter is dead! Hark, hark, upon our hills
    The voices for whose coming thou didst yearn! read more »

    Thomas MacDonagh
  • 95.

    I have known many joys
    Most have flown away
    When they were at their peak read more »

    Michael Tunduli
  • 96.
    ! Joy enjoyed with or without hope...

    gets a bad press
    from poets and divines – read more »

    Michael Shepherd
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