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Sonnet: I don't know how to love
I don't know how to love or to be loved;
I'm neither a giver nor a taker.
Laxman Rao poet by Laxman Rao
on 9/26/2014
Sonnet: A poignant verse
It's all the way in the ignorant dark
I have my small steps put forth in my stride
Laxman Rao poet by Laxman Rao
on 9/26/2014
Random 2
I love the way you smile
I love the way you laugh
Kasey Jessie poet by Kasey Jessie
on 9/26/2014
A Haiku About Tuckerpuppy
He helps us to read.
Who is our reading buddy?
Bruce Larkin poet by Bruce Larkin
on 9/26/2014
Sweet, sweet
Sweet, sweet,
it is time to be
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 9/26/2014
Okay
It's okay little girl
Don't be sad
Kasey Jessie poet by Kasey Jessie
on 9/26/2014
WHY AFRICANS SCORE POORLY IN TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE AND PO..
The assertion by Nobel winning geneticist James Watson that; Black Africans are not capable to manage development policies suggested by Breton wood in
alexander opicho poet by alexander opicho
on 9/26/2014
Forsaken Traditsiya
Kak my sidim v ozhidanii v nashey illyuzii uma
My ne zhdut nikogo, krome neulovimogo vremeni
ALEX OGOH poet by ALEX OGOH
on 9/26/2014
till inside is empty - rOuGh SkETChY1
lost this way
completely
sEaN nOrTh poet by sEaN nOrTh
on 9/26/2014
Rare Friend
RARE FRIEND
So goofy like a Cartoon
Sentamu Aziz poet by Sentamu Aziz
on 9/26/2014
Humanitarian drive
Whatever faith you have to follow
Whatever thoughts you allow
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 9/26/2014
Tales Of A Wife: Love Calabash
Our love is the pleasure of a flying white dove
Our love is evenly matched like a fitted fist and glove
Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche poet by Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche
on 9/26/2014
Poem of Poems II
POEM OF POEMS II
Bright glowing Star
Sentamu Aziz poet by Sentamu Aziz
on 9/26/2014
Only You
ONLY YOU
Sweet like a Melody, From the Morning Bird
Sentamu Aziz poet by Sentamu Aziz
on 9/26/2014
He has gone
He has gone to shadow in sweet shade,
out of the glare from the ancient sun,
Diana Rosser poet by Diana Rosser
on 9/26/2014
What Will Becalm Me?
Casting my eyes on a stormy sea
Wondering what will becalm me
Mark Webster poet by Mark Webster
on 9/26/2014
Inspired By the Statue of Liberty
Oh marble goddess
Standing erect like a gallows,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Leave My Country
This earth we love
Grows no jasmine flowers
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Variations on My Clay Heartstrings
Here I am, spreading fresh water, plaintive songs,
Sweet myrtle flowers,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
The Last Poem
I want for myself:
twenty hands,
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
In theBottom of the Ninth
"Number Two, Derek Jeter, Number two. "said the disembodied voice.
A man on second, one man out, It was Showalter's choice.
John F. McCullagh poet by John F. McCullagh
on 9/26/2014
From the Ashes of Memories
The elders remember
The earth was unlimited
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
Don't Light the Candles
Don't light the candles, Shahrazad
Shahriyar lays waste a town a night
Yahia Al-Samawy poet by Yahia Al-Samawy
on 9/26/2014
The cloud hanging over the valley has been there forever
The cloud hanging over the valley has been there forever
Trains come from the coast cross it without stopping
Venus Khoury-Ghata poet by Venus Khoury-Ghata
on 9/26/2014
Goodnight
When all else fades away from thy unweird eye,
And not a shadow less to my eyes so blind;
Naveed Khalid poet by Naveed Khalid
on 9/26/2014
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