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Tony Adah poet The Children by Tony Adah Gold Star - 20,549 Points
Mother was too powerful
She kept it to herself, works hard
Spock the Vegan poet Murder Will Not Get You To Heaven by Spock the Vegan Gold Star - 18,648 Points
Violence is nobody's leaven.
Murder will not get you to Heaven.
Francis Duggan poet It May Not Be By Cashman's Hill My Last Remains Will Lay by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
Though two miles west of there i first saw light of day
It may not be by Cashman's Hill my last remains will lay
Francis Duggan poet When People Ask Me by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
When people ask me what part of Ireland i am from i tell them from Millstreet
Not too far from the rushy fields where the rivers do meet
Francis Duggan poet By Lake Wendouree by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
In Ballarat off of Pleasant Street by Lake Wendouree
The familiar calls of the magpie larks the birds known to some as pee wee
Francis Duggan poet Most People Have Their Worries by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
Most people have their own worries or so it would appear
And of your life's problems few do wish for to hear
Francis Duggan poet The Past In The Forever by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
The past in the forever but the memories live on
Of the good times i knew in decades long gone
Francis Duggan poet Poor Syria by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
In the Syrian civil war one hundred thousand people reportedly have died
And thousands badly injured and thousands of homes destroyed
Francis Duggan poet Lilli Wilkinson by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
A native of Warrnambool where she is well liked and widely known
The lovely dark haired Lilli Wilkinson in a class of her own
Harley White poet Cosmic Glimmer by Harley White Veteran Poet - 1,656 Points
In the blink of an eye of eternity,
with ceaseless Darwinian stride
Francis Duggan poet Nature Lives Forever by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
The high paddocks green in Springtime in the Summer does look brown
On the narrow mountain roadway that leads to Wonthaggi Town
Francis Duggan poet They Should Not Have To Live In Fear by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
In some Countries it is a crime for people to live as gay
The people who are not responsible for the over-population of the Human World of today
Francis Duggan poet Have You Ever Felt So Lonely by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
Have you ever felt so lonely as you fought to fight back the tears
When you thought of friends and family members that you had not seen for years
Maya Hanson poet Safe Haven by Maya Hanson Silver Star - 3,063 Points
He asked me if I'd write for him
and after moments I said
Francis Duggan poet In Fancy I Can Hear The Robin by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
In fancy i can hear the robin singing on a sunlit leafy alder tree
In my thoughts today he lives near me and him i often hear and see
Francis Duggan poet Most Of Us Have Our Good Times And Tough Times by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
Most of us have our good times and tough times and days when we border on despair
Of ever again feeling happy and tell ourselves life is unfair
Francis Duggan poet From St Mary's By Cashman's Hill by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
From St Mary's by Cashman's Hill where many of the dead of Millstreet are
On a cold day in Winter Heaven in distance does seem to be far
Francis Duggan poet It Is Harder To Make A Good Friend by Francis Duggan Gold Star - 43,160 Points
In life it is hard to make a trusting friend and easy to make a foe
And our past goes with us to wherever we go
Lawrence S. Pertillar poet An Imitation Of Life To Live by Lawrence S. Pertillar
No one is obligated to tolerate,
Anyone's excuses made...
Bill Grace poet Untitled - July 24,2016 by Bill Grace Freshman - 935 Points
During the roving dinner party
with food and gifts and the warm fireplace
Bill Grace poet First Confession Ii by Bill Grace Freshman - 935 Points
During the roving sinner party
with food and gifts and the warm fireplace
Bill Grace poet First Confession by Bill Grace Freshman - 935 Points
During the roving sinner party
with food and gifts and the warm fireplace
Cherie Mort poet Enflamed by Cherie Mort Veteran Poet - 1,994 Points
Somewhere deep, a fire kindles
Stoked by passion, burned by flame
Conley Murray poet Going Around Spiritually Blind by Conley Murray Veteran Poet - 1,988 Points
There are so many people when you try to talk to them about the
bible and God's word, they will say if you like fairy tales,
Stephen Nephetson poet Frog On A Wet Tent Roof by Stephen Nephetson Rookie - 363 Points
I lay in My tent
Alone
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