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Title Poet
Tapping Ivories
Reading and listening to music, tapping ivories of my mind's
piano, figuring out codes in rhythm known only to me since I
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 8/24/2014
Strings
To stop before it slips
I clutched my fists
Nalini Chaturvedi poet by Nalini Chaturvedi
on 8/24/2014
Quiet Stillness Accepting Me
Collecting shadows in evening forests, watching them
sneak behind trees, peeking out occasionally to see
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 8/24/2014
The Bluff-masters of Indian English Poetry
Indian English poets, to some extent, you accept it or not
Are but the blackmailers and bluff-masters
Bijay Kant Dubey poet by Bijay Kant Dubey
on 8/24/2014
PH: Aging: More Beautiful With Age? Rev 5
Do men grow more beautiful ageing?
It may not be fair but seems true,
Brian Johnston poet by Brian Johnston
on 8/24/2014
Walkway Of Eternity
Rose-colored sky, introducing a new sunset, setting on the
horizon.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 8/24/2014
Right may wrong!
Runners, sometimes please look back,
Lovers, please keep the hate botton on,
kalyan mech poet by kalyan mech
on 8/24/2014
Brave
The Sun is rising,
And I'll keep trying.
Sadvansha Munshi poet by Sadvansha Munshi
on 8/24/2014
Phases Of Intellect
Shooting from the hip, hitting the mark every single time,
enjoying pleasurable feelings being brought to this heart.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 8/24/2014
Nightingale Nightingale Nightingale
to the forgotten, or the unacknowledged, lyric poets of Earth; forgive us…
as many times as the spectrum shatters
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
We Guard Our Words So Carefully
to the poets lost in World War I-
and in all the wars
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
All horror
It is all horror and
really shame,
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 8/24/2014
Deep Emotions
I close my eyes,
You're there,
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 8/24/2014
They Have Strewn My Heart On The Yellow Sands
"and such as breathe out, Cruelty…"
[from the Psalms…]
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
Jewel-Like In The Stirrups Flash The Outriders
to Ethel Barrymore
jewel-like in the stirrups flash the outriders
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
In Bubble Gum Pink Reading Old Comics
to my grandparents
in bubble-gum pink, reading old comics
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
Longing
I don't want to know what
It would be like, not to have
george albot poet by george albot
on 8/24/2014
Far and Near, Live, Love
The ones we are closest with
seem always to be farthest away
Liliana EL. poet by Liliana EL.
on 8/24/2014
Traces
Your contours that mark the sand
Depresses the earth into an outline
Rachel Adams poet by Rachel Adams
on 8/24/2014
And Now The Commedia Del'Arte Is Leaving
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"the bruised reed He will not break."
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
Della Robbia And Other Things
to a dry fountain
small birds came to drink
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
Checking Out Of The Punch And Judy Show
to Rod Serling
to the Russian people, forever the guardians of Poetry
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
That is your arrogance
What you want that I know
and that is your arrogance.
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 8/24/2014
A Knife Behind Me.
A knife behind me
With a cover of smile
Tadasha Tripathy poet by Tadasha Tripathy
on 8/24/2014
I Saw The Ghost Of Walter De La Mare
'why fade these children of the spring? '
-William Blake, Thel
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/24/2014
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