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Rubel das raj poet Casual Crops by Rubel das raj Rookie - 213 Points
your octopus eye
never see one glass of wine on my eye....
Robert Murray Smith poet Can We Guess? by Robert Murray Smith Gold Star - 59,534 Points
Next time you look at an orchid,
examine the exquisite petals.
Louis Borgo poet Mongolia by Louis Borgo Gold Star - 5,405 Points
To be among the sky is a heaven treaty
To void the after matter of destruction is of envy
Robert Murray Smith poet Have You Ever Wondered? by Robert Murray Smith Gold Star - 59,534 Points
Have you ever wondered why
your mind is mysterious?
Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., poet After Retirement, I Want To… by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., Gold Star - 14,759 Points
Stop time for some time;
Find time to breathe with ease;
dy.sin the writer poet Dreaming Outloud by dy.sin the writer Rookie - 143 Points
i dream of a day that shall never come
unless races are faded out completely
Louis Borgo poet Tower Of Her Love by Louis Borgo Gold Star - 5,405 Points
Wind of wind haste among the sky pen point the sculpture now close one eyes
A build a house among the sea sit among captivate like bronze to a meda
Robert Eckstein poet Bones by Robert Eckstein Veteran Poet - 1,336 Points
Cold rain will rinse my abandoned bones
And hot sun bleach them white.
Francis Duggan poet Than Our Earth Mother by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Her wonders are many and her secrets not few
Yet every day of her we learn something new
Haiqing Hua poet Children Coming Back by Haiqing Hua Freshman - 870 Points
儿童返来
Children coming back
Ronald Chapman poet Do You Dream? by Ronald Chapman Gold Star - 5,839 Points
You are all I dream about,
Am I in your dreams too?
Francis Duggan poet Why Somebody's Loss by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Why somebody's loss is another's gain
Is something beyond me even to try to explain
Francis Duggan poet Where I Was Known To Many by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Where i was known to many when my hair was dark brown
Today i may not recognize many in old Millstreet town
Francis Duggan poet Old Francie The Rhymer by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Old Francie the rhymer will never be a poet
Nor is he one worthy of literary note
Francis Duggan poet The Deep Pangs Of Sorrow by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
The deep pangs of sorrow you too would have known
When in the darkness of your room you have wept on your own
Francis Duggan poet In Australia The Great Land by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
It has inspired the artists and the writers of story and rhyme
This great Land Australia that is so old in time
Francis Duggan poet Joan Duggan by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
In the West End she lived for most of her long life span
Joan Duggan a sister to Ka and to Dan
Francis Duggan poet By The Boggeraghs Today by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Above the fields in view of Clara the sky looking gray
It has rained overnight and more rain on the way
Francis Duggan poet Where The Colors Of Nature by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
A magpie is singing on a sunlit gum tree
Where the colors of Nature are all around me
dy.sin the writer poet Betrayed by dy.sin the writer Rookie - 143 Points
i told my eyes to say nothing
my tongue to blink i'm better
Francis Duggan poet You And Me by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
The one who is successful to you may not be so to me
Since we all look at such things in ways differently
Francis Duggan poet Fading Mental Pictures by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
Fading mental pictures with me only remain
Of places and faces i may not see again
Francis Duggan poet To Them I Am One by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
To them i am one from a place elsewhere
Just one more migrant among them from the big World out there
Is It Poetry poet Love Oft Pain And Pleasure Is by Is It Poetry Gold Star - 24,887 Points
The boy
was brown the girl
Francis Duggan poet May Kennelly by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 65,291 Points
To her children a good mother and to the late Tadgh Kennelly a good wife
By the Killarney Road near Millstreet Town May spent most of her long life
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