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Haruna Garba poet Nigger by Haruna Garba Veteran Poet - 1,229 Points
Blackamoor!
Yes, Nigger, why grieve?
Kelly Kurt poet Cold (Senryu) by Kelly Kurt Gold Star - 98,647 Points
A slap in the face
Nerve endings are assaulted
Pamela Sinicrope poet A Really Bad Tennis Limerick by Pamela Sinicrope Gold Star - 22,378 Points
There once was a girl you could call Pam
Who fell down when she got in a jam
Marilyn Jean poet How Could It Be? by Marilyn Jean Gold Star - 13,720 Points
How could it be possible?
That you play with me like this
Cecil (C.J.) Krieger poet Her Shadow by Cecil (C.J.) Krieger Silver Star - 3,236 Points
Her shadow
Was long, dark and slender
Raymond Sawyer poet The Star Of Respect Is Like Being Touch By A Rose Of Respe.. by Raymond Sawyer Gold Star - 29,702 Points
Every min that one feel the warm smile for it's the sun that one feel the more one feel a warm smile thus the star will twinkle in the one who wish fo
Judith Corea poet Sweet Mary by Judith Corea Rookie - 0 Points
Sweet Mary
The sign says Closed, she sweeps the floor, then wipes the tables clean.
Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., poet Sonnet: On Becoming A Teacher by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D., Gold Star - 10,274 Points
Your student-years have almost ended, dear;
A phase anew, you've entered in your life;
William Blackman poet The Longing Heart by William Blackman Veteran Poet - 1,478 Points
Hollow days and nights over the ocean lovers
are emotional victims of circumstance and time.
G. Akanji Olaniyi poet Limerick15: Piece Of Cake by G. Akanji Olaniyi Gold Star - 16,484 Points
Could it be a piece of cake?
There is freedom to take
Tilly BoescheZacharow poet Freedom by Tilly BoescheZacharow Rookie - 245 Points
1.
.A lot would already be won
Bunny Crunch poet Boarding School by Bunny Crunch Rookie - 44 Points
That one night when I got lost
Made two months of high emotional cost
Pamela Sinicrope poet A Limerick I Wrote For Wes Vogler by Pamela Sinicrope Gold Star - 22,378 Points
There once was a man, called himself Wes
Writing all of his rhymes with largesse
Barry Middleton poet Tropic Winter Storm by Barry Middleton Gold Star - 5,565 Points
the winter rain will fall tonight
in wishing me to sleep
Marilyn Jean poet Lets Be Honest by Marilyn Jean Gold Star - 13,720 Points
Nothing I do is really good
My poems are plain to bad
Michael P. McParland poet Waking Within Your Arms by Michael P. McParland Gold Star - 47,847 Points
Oh my sweet love after a very restless night
of very bad sleep I tried to lay out here on the couch
john chizoba vincent poet Do You Know I Write? by john chizoba vincent Gold Star - 7,223 Points
Do you know I write poetry?
Do you know I write songs of love?
William Blackman poet Whispering Petal by William Blackman Veteran Poet - 1,478 Points
She comes to me on unequalled spring breezes.
Fluttering motion about every aspect of the flower.
Raymond Sawyer poet A Lovely Night For The Touch Of Respect. by Raymond Sawyer Gold Star - 29,702 Points
Oh what a lovely night for one to see the stars that shine in the night with respect but when the moon raise for one will feel the touch of the light
Jessica Vigneur poet All Hallows Eve by Jessica Vigneur Rookie - 98 Points
From costumes and candy,
Sweet childish memories
john chizoba vincent poet Another Weekend Gone by john chizoba vincent Gold Star - 7,223 Points
Another weekend gone and
You are not here with me:
Edward Kofi Louis poet To Bear The Truth by Edward Kofi Louis Gold Star - 78,426 Points
The tears!
On your face;
Akshat Shukla poet Dark Despair by Akshat Shukla Veteran Poet - 1,838 Points
Darkness inundates the sheety waters
Of seclusion, and a painful appetite
john chizoba vincent poet He Said To Me by john chizoba vincent Gold Star - 7,223 Points
He said to me: what if your legs could not carry you again; would you still cat walk?
What if you could not see again, would you still see me?
viren panchal poet Aisa Kabhi Na Karna... by viren panchal Rookie - 12 Points
Tum rooth jaao mujhse,
Aisa kabhi na karna.
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