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Title Poet
from "Landscape with Light"
Fictions of the one you love
("Vertigo")
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
Inside Out
You have to hear the sound before you play the sound.
You have to hear you have to you have to hear to
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
PH: Limericks (Of Physics) : #1
To love Physics one just has to care
For the universe heart described there,
Brian Johnston poet by Brian Johnston
on 8/22/2014
Slow Song for Mark Rothko
To breathe and stretch one's arms again
to breathe through the mouth to breathe to
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
Refrains for Robert Quine
And goes is gone
cause for mourning head
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
Precious Lord
Not sweet sixteen not even sweet sixteen and she's moaning
not even sixteen years old and she's moaning
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
Needs
A little bit of smile
Loads of laughter
Nalini Chaturvedi poet by Nalini Chaturvedi
on 8/22/2014
One(1) Classroom
Friendship with unity to our world classmates
Peace with love to our self-teachers
herbert guitang poet by herbert guitang
on 8/22/2014
Archeologist
There once was a smart archaeologist
Mad after new artifact sites, to list
Dr PJ Raj Kamal poet by Dr PJ Raj Kamal
on 8/22/2014
Nasha pyaar ka
Pyaar k nasha
Chadgaya itna
binod bastola poet by binod bastola
on 8/22/2014
The Storyteller
He sat in a small compartment by
The window, on a train,
David Lewis Paget poet by David Lewis Paget
on 8/22/2014
Read yourself
The birds scream when they sing?
A voice of liberty laments underneath my skull. Is it infiltrated?
Eleonora Bistrianu poet by Eleonora Bistrianu
on 8/22/2014
Just After Dawn
In the early morning silence
just after dawn has broken through
David Harris poet by David Harris
on 8/22/2014
State dictates people to be violent
Pranab k c
21/08/2014
Pranab K. Chakraborty poet by Pranab K. Chakraborty
on 8/22/2014
Graveyard
On the bronze antique gate, embellished crosses and swords
Shine conspicuously in the faint sunrays,
Eleonora Bistrianu poet by Eleonora Bistrianu
on 8/22/2014
Moments
Cut the loaf of bread with knife and labor,
Smooth your worn dress
Eleonora Bistrianu poet by Eleonora Bistrianu
on 8/22/2014
Staying the Course
Barrack's on vacation, playing golf by the sea,
but life keeps interrupting and wasting greens fees
John F. McCullagh poet by John F. McCullagh
on 8/22/2014
Preposterous
To the natural course preposterous
As a brook upstream that gushes,
Alem Hailu Gabre Kristos poet by Alem Hailu Gabre Kristos
on 8/22/2014
The Little Wood
When ye turn homeward sighing
For the beauty that ye leave,
Ruth Manning-Sanders poet by Ruth Manning-Sanders
on 8/22/2014
The Moral Roundabout
When still the world—though every wile was tried—
Staggered the upward way, did Satan sit
Ruth Manning-Sanders poet by Ruth Manning-Sanders
on 8/22/2014
The Old Wheelwright
On to the grey and gaping floor, and through
The broken window in the rough white wall,
Ruth Manning-Sanders poet by Ruth Manning-Sanders
on 8/22/2014
The Idiot Girl
She, with her old witch-face turned upward, stares,
Frowning intent, her small hands still and folded
Ruth Manning-Sanders poet by Ruth Manning-Sanders
on 8/22/2014
All the Steps
1
Those who hear the train they had better worry worry
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
Heimdall
When you, in journeying, shall reach earth's end,
And climb aloft among the shaggy hills,—
Ruth Manning-Sanders poet by Ruth Manning-Sanders
on 8/22/2014
Orange Berries Dark Green Leaves
Darkened not completely dark let us walk in the darkened field
trees in the field outlined against that which is less dark
John Taggart poet by John Taggart
on 8/22/2014
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