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Poems About: LOST

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  • 265.

    lost in a world with no one to listen
    thought we were forever thats what
    you had me thinking
    hate to see the world through your eyes read more »

    deshae davis
  • 266.

    Love looked upon me
    Deep within my eyes
    It has grabbed ahold of me
    I didn't even realize read more »

    Brian Jones
  • 267.
    I Try

    Why do I try?
    I don’t like my life read more »

    Keith Young
  • 268.
    lost in the darkness

    I'm lost in the darkness
    And i can't see the light
    I'm lost
    I can't find any hope read more »

    Tiffany Price
  • 269.
    The Lost Child

    the lost child
    i will never know
    the lost child
    why did you have to go read more »

    sandy nobody
  • 270.
    Lose That Too!

    I've lost the morning sun again
    The dew upon the dale,
    Wings of dove and butterflies
    Breezes as they wail. read more »

    Kevin Gorman
  • 271.
    lost reson

    i have lost reson
    and hope
    i cant think right
    anymore i've lost it read more »

    Alice Kling
  • 272.
    Lost In Subdivisions

    Lost in subdivisions!
    Lost in a struggle,
    with sterotypes.
    Lost between religious beliefs, read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 273.
    Haiku and so so

    a Haiku
    In the desert the wind is lost
    looking deep into thy self
    its only a start to the unquenchable desire. read more »

    jabberm alessawy
  • 274.

    I lost in your eyes
    I lost in chanting of birds
    I flow myself with waterfalls
    I fly with bluish clouds read more »

    Ramesh Kavdia
  • 275.
    Because I Am Only Human

    The trust I had in you is lost
    And with that I lost you
    Because I am only human
    And being only human read more »

    Robyn Richards
  • 276.
    broken clock

    </>watching the broken clock
    expecting to gain back what I've lost
    expecting some simple things
    from you, me and everything read more »

    Sarah Cotnam
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