Treasure Island

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Title Poet
Mirror Of Soul
One of the things I hate the most in life,
is to see people's eyes
Daene Heaps poet by Daene Heaps
on 8/28/2014
Go Make Your Art
You have to love
and love your self.
Mark R. Elias poet by Mark R. Elias
on 8/28/2014
I Want To Live In A Sky Blue Basket Said Someone Small
I want to live in a sky blue basket said someone small.
when I'm in trouble I will hide under very pink clouds
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/28/2014
Big Bet at an Old-Timers' Card Game
The morning paper says
Debbie Reynolds is 82.
Donal Mahoney poet by Donal Mahoney
on 8/28/2014
Masses
The movement of the masses enlightens the few,
Those leaders revolve around you, and they are too.
Naveed Akram poet by Naveed Akram
on 8/28/2014
Finding the Right One.
He makes you cry.
He makes you hide.
Dylon Cain poet by Dylon Cain
on 8/28/2014
Trying Too Hard.
You fight a lot and tear each other down.
And every day she treats you like a clown.
Dylon Cain poet by Dylon Cain
on 8/28/2014
For Anne Frank
You and the house where you stayed
are forever silent witnesses
Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken poet by Mario,Lucien,Rene Odekerken
on 8/28/2014
God
स्वर्ग और नर्क का राज समझ आता नहीं।
यह पहेली मुझसे सुलझ पाता नहीं।
Ashutosh ramnarayan Prasad Kumar poet by Ashutosh ramnarayan Prasad Kumar
on 8/28/2014
Pale Flowers At Candlemass Chaunted The Lady
to Loreena McKennit, for her singing
pale flowers at Candlemass chaunted the Lady
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/28/2014
Biological
Biocontrol was the best overall plan,
A tonne was wasted, over the lands.
Naveed Akram poet by Naveed Akram
on 8/28/2014
The Untouched Goblet.
The Untouched Goblet.
Just for a peg of love,
Bazi alis Subrata Ray poet by Bazi alis Subrata Ray
on 8/28/2014
When I'am single
She got my number
And you can, you can want me Baby here I am
Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini poet by Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
on 8/28/2014
YOU ARE FIRED
Surely I was drunk the whole relationship
I didn't even see the sinking of that ship
Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini poet by Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
on 8/28/2014
Done
I am done
Done with being laughed at,
Billie Jessie poet by Billie Jessie
on 8/28/2014
The Mirror
Every morning every evening,
She stood, all alone,
Akhtar Jawad poet by Akhtar Jawad
on 8/28/2014
Pale Rivers Of Light At Elsinore
pale rivers of light at Elsinore
I can recall and a tilting of the earth
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/28/2014
Frozen Days
The freezing was the frozen one of the latter days,
Scene after scene digested the enterprise
Naveed Akram poet by Naveed Akram
on 8/28/2014
Beating
Blood trickling, pouring down my face.
Another humiliating moment of disgrace.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/28/2014
Barren
Barren and empty in my soul.
Confused and hurt nowhere to go.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/28/2014
Small Meditation On Raspberry Strudel
it's iced raspberry strudel in the bakery aisle
I cannot afford that seems as far
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/28/2014
The Princess Wearing Peach In The Long Ago
[to Robert Browning (and Elizabeth too, if she likes) ]
the princess wearing peach in the long-ago
mary douglas poet by mary douglas
on 8/28/2014
Daggers
Like daggers your words struck me,
painfully, piercing my soul one by one,
Jacqueline Nash poet by Jacqueline Nash
on 8/28/2014
A Thanksgiving
A thanksgiving fills my heart and soul.
I'm finally digging my way out of this vicious dark hole.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/28/2014
Was I Meant For You?
Was I meant for you?
Dreams of love didn't seem true
Asma Riaz Khan poet by Asma Riaz Khan
on 8/28/2014
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