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Poems About: RESPECT

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  • 253.

    I walk down the tunnel a long narrow, musty smelling, dark walkway
    i am searching for my WOMAN
    i see a faint light at the end of the tunnel
    how much farther must i go read more »

    Omorodion Nicy
  • 254.
    08-march-2012 336 days of respect

    the real man don't say 'I respect my woman'
    but into the deep of his heart he ask...
    'I'm really loving the woman that i got the privilege to love? '
    the respect for the woman never must be show or be weighted read more »

    Guido Martinelli
  • 255.
    Nobody Sees

    No one sees a beautiful eyelash viper,
    They see a venomous serpent

    No one sees a colorful poison dart frog,
    They see a slimy mutant read more »

    Karlee Arnold
  • 256.
    Children And Adults

    Obnoxious children fiercely chose the worst,
    Worried by the panicky messages, they pleaded
    For rest and peace so as to grow colossal, gigantic
    Like parents of a certain gender that they trusted. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 257.
    I did not know her

    I did not know her
    She did not know me
    Something was common
    Between us read more »

    Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar
  • 258.
    **Tribal Ways (Enemies of Match)

    Every man with an opinion
    Equal in valour and in strength equal
    At the advent of the British
    Who were carrying the flag read more »

    Sadiqullah Khan
  • 259.
    Where the Winds Hath Blown

    A rose, a single rose, slowly but
    surely bled to death, by thorns,
    merciless in their cruelty,
    merry with passion, feasting on my garden’s read more »

    James Papastamos
  • 260.

    one thing in a friendship that is a must
    is a strong bonding of faith and trust
    once if you be truthful
    i will be grateful read more »

    Kriti jalan
  • 261.
    The wind is waiting...

    The wind circles
    Waiting in the branches
    To sweep the stones
    Clear of leaves read more »

    Martin O'Neill
  • 262.

    Last time we met
    I spoke my heart out
    I laid my soul bare
    My eyes searching read more »

    maitreyee joshi
  • 263.
    A Soldiers Bequest

    We fight willingly for our country
    For the liberty and welfare of loved ones
    Protecting the defenceless
    Our life is the token we place in arenas of death read more »

    Gordon D Wilkinson
  • 264.
    Pay to Be Forgotten

    they have lost all respect
    they have found my faults
    enjoy pointing them out
    full of my inner damnation read more »

    Audrey Marie Kay
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