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Mysterious Person poet Fake by Mysterious Person Freshman - 743 Points
I smile everyday,
And act joyful too,
Sumit Ganguly poet Unseen Hands by Sumit Ganguly Gold Star - 5,110 Points
All day and night through
earth, tree and sea
albert vynckier poet Sel Et Sucre by albert vynckier Rookie - 268 Points
'je me suis fait sucrer tellement la note était salée'
sucre et sel, l'un comme opposé à l'autre comme je le pensais
Yuri Starostin poet The Hobbyhorse-Humpback The First Part Petr Pavlovich Ershov by Yuri Starostin Veteran Poet - 1,771 Points
Petr Pavlovich Ershov. The hobbyhorse-humpback
Ronnie Smith poet Squall by Ronnie Smith Rookie - 152 Points
On my rock
at nine hundred feet,
SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR poet Clever Fellow by SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR Gold Star - 4,860 Points
Some seem to be grave thoughtful but impostor;
Pretend overcoming the incomprehensible;
Monica Money poet Hope by Monica Money Rookie - 145 Points
One word.
SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR poet Stupid Fellow by SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR Gold Star - 4,860 Points
Naturally feel hunger what then I eat?
Listen sir, whatever I get not making noise...
Paul Warren. poet Musings - Ripples In Time by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 20,999 Points
Through this life are we just left as ripples in time
We are born live our lives and pass on so fine
john sensele poet Stabilise Dominoes by john sensele Gold Star - 5,232 Points
Validate friendships, consolidate plans
Backed up by deep thoughts taught
Matthew J Heavner poet And Now These Three Remain by Matthew J Heavner Rookie - 147 Points
I'd write one thousand words for you
But I can write a few
Dennis Lange poet If Sandburg's Cat Were Mine by Dennis Lange Veteran Poet - 1,185 Points
The fog comes silently as if it were
A pensive cat on little paws.
David Whalen poet Rewards by David Whalen Bronze Star - 2,303 Points
Mohammed Saleem Ahanger poet Saleem's Poetry Collection by Mohammed Saleem Ahanger Rookie - 0 Points
Poetry No.1
Ishq main mile zakhmi
Alexander Coppedge poet Immortals by Alexander Coppedge Rookie - 382 Points
Do you desire its brief touch, feel of its compassion, your want to know of its secret;
if so: then come right here.
Michael P. McParland poet A Beautiful Saturday Morning In Bed by Michael P. McParland Gold Star - 58,670 Points
Good Saturday morning my sweet precious love
you are so very beautiful I want you to know,
Paul Warren. poet Australia - Drive Through The Lincoln Gap by Paul Warren. Gold Star - 20,999 Points
It's hot on the plain
The summer sun remains
Lawrence Beck poet Afterimage by Lawrence Beck Gold Star - 6,771 Points
A drifting cloud will block the sun,
And I will think of Ariel. An empty
Tom Allport poet Harvest by Tom Allport Rookie - 24 Points
Thompans must eat
In order to grow
Satish Verma poet Voiceless Assaults by Satish Verma Gold Star - 7,131 Points
You are waiting
amid fears. The fretting
Thomas Plotz poet Here We Go by Thomas Plotz Gold Star - 4,552 Points
Fast walking, past my office door
Looking at the clock, half past four,
Tom Billsborough poet Cold Calling by Tom Billsborough Gold Star - 15,799 Points
So you're out in the garden sunbathing
In your favourite canvas lounger
Ramesh T A poet Best Cream Of Field! by Ramesh T A Gold Star - 26,616 Points
Rush first to banquet to avoid seat to enjoy feast!
This is true for all things in this competitive world;
John Ashbery poet Wet Casements by John Ashbery
When Eduard Raban, coming along the passage, walked into the
open doorway, he saw that it was raining. It was not raining much.
John Ashbery poet Vetiver by John Ashbery
Ages passed slowly, like a load of hay,
As the flowers recited their lines
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