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Progress? Who Needs It?
Walking fast down the street, people on campus go fleetingly
by.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
Rock Legged Heathen
Throughout the stormy embrace
Of kicked up rocks and dust
Ursula Livingston poet by Ursula Livingston
on 7/13/2014
Bad neighbors
Any big or small nation
Has right to maintain relation
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 7/13/2014
Raining Beauty
Rain falling down in rivers upon my van, cleaning off the
summer's dirt and leaving water spots in return.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
LIFE, FRIENDS & EYES OF LOVE
Life's a book written through
Where the pages are the years.
Tom Zart poet by Tom Zart
on 7/13/2014
Bluebird Of Life
Liking life, it fits my style,
picks me up, makes me smile.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
Ode to my stalker, or: La Luna Bella
It's hard to play outside in the middle of winter
in Rio Frio.
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Space Case File #3,657
I had left Angelica's iced tea
next to the jalapenos and banana peppers
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
A Nod to Issa Kobayashi, Arguably my Favorite Poet, but Pe..
A diaper when you're
born, a diaper when you die
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
my bike is somewhere floating down the merced river
i was homeless in 1996
in the mountains,
Mandolyn Davidson poet by Mandolyn Davidson
on 7/13/2014
Receiving A Post Card
Receiving a post card from Australia made my day! It was great
to hear from friends on vacation!
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
No one shall
As you can not neglect roses
So are the words
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 7/13/2014
Beyond
Sometimes we have to go beyond the rules to make our culture and our society more of a just place, more humane, more compassionate and sophisticated,
Anthony Cavuoti poet by Anthony Cavuoti
on 7/13/2014
my love is ten times deeper
you're far away
from any kind of connection,
Mandolyn Davidson poet by Mandolyn Davidson
on 7/13/2014
Snowflakes
Snowflakes the size of
quarters kiss the dead aspen tree
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Wooden
You are not wood that shall float or sink
You are not ebony or a bit hard
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 7/13/2014
Foolishly Spending
Vacant spaces up high, lights on, with no one inside,
wasting precious energy on immaterial things.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
Big Pussy- Or how Carl Sagan Gave 9-Year-Old Me a Nervous..
For as long as I can remember
I've been a big pussy.
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Writing Poetry
Writing Poetry
at work instead of working
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Ode to Those People You Can't Find on Facebook....
Lately,
I've been thinking
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Field of July
Lime green meadow bathed in sun
Bright sun then dappled by clouds
Joseph Narusiewicz poet by Joseph Narusiewicz
on 7/13/2014
Ode to My Bathroom Mirror at 6: 13 in the Morning...
Behold! The blazing faces.
Dozens. Hundreds. Tight with disappointment. Drooping
Joseph Green poet by Joseph Green
on 7/13/2014
Sunlight Playing
Sunlight lying along the floor, relaxing, stretching it's
rays through whatever opening happens to be near.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
Medina (Urdu poem with translation)
Jahan ja ke aana bahut hi geran hay,
Jahan mein jagah koi aisi kahan hay.
Akhtar Jawad poet by Akhtar Jawad
on 7/13/2014
An Emptiness Inside
Riding around town has left me feeling lost and down tonight,
usually it helps pick me up and makes things better.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 7/13/2014
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