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Poems About: PRIDE

In this page, poems on / about “pride” are listed.

  • 133.
    Once More I Rise

    Once more I rise
    My eyes, my lungs filled with the dust
    Of the arena floor read more »

    Hm. Nes
  • 134.
    Our Flag

    Whenever we see our flag fluttering in the wind
    Our chest rises to the sky and our hearts fills with pride
    Naturally we get high seeing our flag on flagpoles waving high
    Our flag waves welcome and it's such a delight read more »

    Anthony Shurland Phillander
  • 135.
    Alankar(Decor) -26

    It's Thou Pride (Rondine)
    (Based on a mango-contest between
    the Lords Ganesh and Muruga
    as per hindu mythology) read more »

    Indira Renganathan
  • 136.
    Joshua

    I live the name in glory,
    Pride has come, pride will stay.
    And the destined fate was given,
    Left in solitude, none be the stray. read more »

    Sammy Edrisi
  • 137.
    Would You Let Me Cry

    My pride would u let me cry
    as these torrors and pain hunted me,
    as my heart in love is denaide
    and as those I seek comfart to grow cold read more »

    Lungisani Samukelo Mdluli
  • 138.
    Of Love

    The garlands you made
    With the flowers of melancholy
    Are for whom to adore?
    Is it to the deity of silence? read more »

    yesk nair
  • 139.
    Where women walk with “sass” and “stride”,

    Where women walk with “sass” and “stride”,
    And men measure their worth in battle,
    There burns a superficial pride. read more »

    Lazarus Knix
  • 140.
    Army Wife

    Sleepless nights
    Hard long days
    Not knowing if he has lived through another day
    Not hearing his voice read more »

    Kristin Van Horn
  • 141.
    ! ! P R I D E

    Pride and armor
    of a lineage, a perception
    cautions and lifts inner to a
    pedestal......... read more »

    Rema Prasanaa
  • 142.
    Were I A Lion King

    Were I a lion king of the pride how proud a lion I'd be
    To think that other lions for miles around are very scared of me
    In the stillness of the African night I would roar aggressively
    I would not be kind to other lions or in ways act neighbourly read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 143.
    Chatting: Hacking Into My Pride

    my pride
    had been
    and has read more »

    Atef Ayadi
  • 144.
    'the happeist day' - edgar a. poe

    The happiest day - the happiest hour
    My sear'd and blighted heart hath known,
    The highest hope of pride and power,
    I feel hath flown. read more »

    erica green
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