New Poems


Title Poet
Bad deeds always versus good deeds Simply because that is the way in life, If someth
on 7/18/2014
Where The Black Birds Sleep
Where The Black Birds Sleep
Bird's fly on high in the mighty winds
Lilly Emery poet by Lilly Emery
on 7/18/2014
We all will leave tracks in the pathway of life
Though what matters is how will we respond?
Tom Zart poet by Tom Zart
on 7/18/2014
Close Up
21st century is about the days
People fighting for gals and gays
EatinB8 CC Ko poet by EatinB8 CC Ko
on 7/18/2014
The Moment I Never Had
The Moment I never had,
Is the one that kept running
Musa Ndhlovu poet by Musa Ndhlovu
on 7/18/2014
decision; decision
Don't look then
What are you looking at
george albot poet by george albot
on 7/18/2014
The Green Mile
I left today a part of me

That breaks from dignity
Nick krakana poet by Nick krakana
on 7/18/2014
Creative Chaos
as if in strenuous opposition to the impotent mediocrity
of man's essential vacancy and predilection for order and structure,
Chromium Blues poet by Chromium Blues
on 7/18/2014
hokey pokey prose
the plane was just a game
to get me going, off my feet
Mandolyn Davidson poet by Mandolyn Davidson
on 7/18/2014
Chirping Trees
Yes trees do chirp,
Tunes of wanton desire,
Hardik Vaidya poet by Hardik Vaidya
on 7/18/2014
She Can Now See
She can now see
That the path is clear
Ronell Warren Alman poet by Ronell Warren Alman
on 7/18/2014
lord by rings
time flies in between the paste
of a novel, noble book
lee fones poet by lee fones
on 7/18/2014
Your Voice...
Oh, your voice is nectar
I love to hear that most
Madhav Sarkunde poet by Madhav Sarkunde
on 7/18/2014
Prayer for Clarity
Please, Per favore,
Let the fog of misunderstanding,
Sandra Feldman poet by Sandra Feldman
on 7/18/2014
ZZ Cut Burn And Poison: The Toxic Cancer Industry Of Surge..
Countries with the highest meat consumption such as Australia, Canada, the US, Argentina, etc. have t
Saiom Shriver poet by Saiom Shriver
on 7/18/2014
Ex convict
Declared acquitted
To taste freedom after twenty years
George Egba poet by George Egba
on 7/18/2014
Millions, Maybe Billions
I've been on that mountain peak many times before
I've taken countless breathes in its thin, open air
Leila Hadi poet by Leila Hadi
on 7/18/2014
Life Is Death
Life is death as much as the pen that moves,
Willing the objectives to be accomplished,
Naveed Akram poet by Naveed Akram
on 7/18/2014
Agonise About Life
We descended into the bowels of the earth, a dank
storeroom with books, sorted them according to type
Margaret Alice Second poet by Margaret Alice Second
on 7/18/2014
Be Happy With Your Deed
Down me and my name, my poem.
Be happy with your deed.
Neela Nath poet by Neela Nath
on 7/18/2014
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