Poems About: RED
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Soothe the pain inside.
Red letters read more »Zoe MacRae
194.(Growing Pains) Red Shoes Blues
This is a song which should be chanted! (Based on a childhood memory)
Red shoes, read more »Janice Windle
195.shaking in red (song)
Shaking in red, in red, in red
To the edge of the dream, of the dream
We can’t be separated
Already, every time when I’m stifled to death after I give up again and again read more »annie tuck
' why are you so angry, ' the girl with the red hair asked me.
'why are YOU so angry, girl with the red hair'
'That's not important were here to talk about you.'
'Could you quit calling me that? ' read more »Ke'Love Moss
197.Roses are Red, Violets Are Blue
Roses are Red,
Violets are Blue.
I love you with all my heart,
And you love me too. read more »Tiffany Wolf
198.The Grass Smells Red
The grass smells red.
Untill these mortal bounds find thier way into the catostrophic fire's of love and redemption, the grass will smell red.
The grass tells a story of wars unsung and battles lost.
The grass tells a story of love gained and a fury found again. read more »Troy Nichols
The Red Rain is my,
I cry Red Tears from,
The pain i have felt. read more »Cookie Dempsey
200.A Song Of Poppies
I love red poppies! Imperial red poppies!
Sun-worshippers are they;
Gladly as trees live through a hundred summers
They live one little day. read more »Virna Sheard
201.A War Song Of Tyrol
'WILD eagle of the Tyrol,
Why are thy feathers red?'
'I 've been to greet the morning
On Ortler's crimsoned head!' read more »Silas Weir Mitchell
Red is supposed to be the color of the setting sun,
The color of that one flower they got the dye from to make my shirt,
The color of the apples, the ones we should eat every day,
The color of the embers within a small, dying flame. read more »Kylee Joy
How many times does a dog bark
in the night, the same two-tone bark:
black. red. black, black, red-unseen,
never tiring or growing hoarse, the read more »Morgan Michaels
We massacred red skins
To kill red coats for freedom
To finish off the red skins
To pacify the red states read more »Tim caffery