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Why Should One Read Poems
Why should one read poems
If it involves neither
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 4/12/2014
La Vie Bourgeoise
Le panneau 'attention au chien'
N'exonère pas la responsabilité du maître.
Marcel Aouizerate poet by Marcel Aouizerate
on 4/12/2014
Read Not
Read not,
Read not my poems,
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 4/12/2014
No Deception, Please
No deception, please,
I do not like
gajanan mishra poet by gajanan mishra
on 4/12/2014
Missing You
Shadows out into sunlight,
I am still crying inside,
Walter C. Edwards poet by Walter C. Edwards
on 4/12/2014
Depression
I am drowning in a wide ocean of sorrow that I can not escape
the world seems to fall apart at my every breath
potato chip poet by potato chip
on 4/12/2014
من فقه اللغة
وَلَدُ الفِيلِ دَغْفَل. وَلَدُ النَّاقَةِ حوَارٌ بضم الحاء وبكسر الحاء وجمعه أحورة أوحيران. وَلَدُ الفَرَسِ مُهْر. وَلَد الحِمَارِ جَحْشٌ. وَلَدُ البَ
Abdullah alHemaidy poet by Abdullah alHemaidy
on 4/12/2014
Free Abortions?
Free abortions? For abortion-loving mothers it is as though as coral
For enthusiasts of situational ethics it's Kenya Obama fine & moral
Richard Thripp poet by Richard Thripp
on 4/12/2014
Follow In The Swings Of A Poplar Tree
I submerged in a cloud of tobacco,
It was an overwhelming pleasure
Mark Heathcote poet by Mark Heathcote
on 4/12/2014
Ranting I Found Rather Amazing
there is a grey haired old woman
whom I once knew at school who
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/12/2014
Ukraine
Has it come to the point where we must ask ourselves: 'Who is ready to die for Ukraine? '. In this age of industrial scale killings, we already know o
Marcel Aouizerate poet by Marcel Aouizerate
on 4/12/2014
A Poetry Test Is About What?
a poetry test is not learning titles...
who wrote which poems
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/12/2014
About A Bat Not Abortion?
yes she can lecture for hours
how she used to teach poetry
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/12/2014
Grey Haired Old Woman All Knowing
there is a grey haired old woman
whom I once knew at school who
Terry Craddock poet by Terry Craddock
on 4/12/2014
Illuminating Barriers
Beating rhythms calling ancient formulas, giving ideas
to create poetry with, illuminating barriers so they
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Pathways Of Winter Snows
Livening this spirit, awakening freedom only being created
interiorly, running, taking pathways into winter snows and
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Creating Pathways
Wandering through forests, looking for the mysteries
of nature.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Fulfilling Senses
Coasting along inner shorelines, watching waves rise
and crash incessantly in regular and irregular rhythms,
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Echoes Of Knowledge
April fool you get played
like a trick
Dorsey Baker poet by Dorsey Baker
on 4/12/2014
May I Enter
May I enter your mind?
You are my abstract birth
Joseph Narusiewicz poet by Joseph Narusiewicz
on 4/12/2014
BENEATH YOUR BEAUTY
The sunshine of my world
A lady That pierce my darkest night
Stanley Oguh poet by Stanley Oguh
on 4/12/2014
Human Soul's Loneliness
Closing these eyes, opening this mind to illuminating colors
and shapes continually forming without thought or thinking.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
Linear Dimensions
Pushing rhythms into linear dimensions, watching them
delineate, shimmer and focus themselves so differently
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
A Long Walk To Redemption
They say the last thing to leave a man is hope
As he gets to the end of his struggling rope
Stanley Oguh poet by Stanley Oguh
on 4/12/2014
Children's Innate Knowledge
Watching images of little children running around in
reflections of a mind.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak poet by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
on 4/12/2014
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