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Poems About: ROSE

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  • 241.
    Rise Again, Manny!

    Rise, Manny, rise!
    Be proud and be brave.
    You're still my boxing hero,
    A pride to every Filipino. read more »

    Alon Calinao Dy
  • 242.
    White Roses

    You sent me a white rose when we met.
    For the white rose stood for a love pure and true.
    But the petals of the rose has turned grey and fallen
    Like your love for me read more »

    Brenda D. Priest
  • 243.
    My Loss

    IN the world was one green nook I knew,
    Full of roses, roses red and white,
    Reddest roses summer ever grew, read more »

    Augusta Davies Webster
  • 244.

    Spring, the rose turns golden.
    Summer, the rose turns scarlet.
    Fall, the rose turns ashen.
    Winter, the rose turns ebony. read more »

    Genevieve Lilith Vesta
  • 245.
    Roses Are Red Violets Are Blue

    Roses are red 
    Violets are blue
    I've never found someone as patient
    As you read more »

    Jennifer Alejandra
  • 246.
    I Also Rise (Homage to Maya Angelou)

    I have been used, abused, mistreated, and even overheated, but still I also rise
    I have been denied, compromised, and even ostracized, but yet I still also rise
    I have been called outdated, jaded, and mutilated, but here I still also rise read more »

    Wilfred Mellers
  • 247.
    Past Tense

    long, long time ago
    in the past tense of my life
    there was once a rosey rose
    with a beauty sharper than a knife read more »

    Taher Shemaly
  • 248.
    Red Rose Of Love

    Red rose for my lover,
    Red love from her heart;
    Red rose from my lover,
    Red love from my heart; read more »

    Edward Kofi Louis
  • 249.
    Black Sheep With Sparkling Fleece

    I summon you who refuse to
    Lie back and listen
    I see your bloodshot eyes
    Starting to glisten read more »

    Aven Black
  • 250.
    Rose, Rose

    Once upon a time a child was born,
    A girl-so shy-with flowers adorned
    Named as the Rose, to match her red lips
    Destined to be loved, with goddess like hips read more »

    Afrodita Alkline
  • 251.

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    Khaos Dven
  • 252.
    Behold! Grace Is Calling, Will You Answer?

    Behold many has fallen from this race
    Beaten to the ground.
    Feet crumbled
    Voice silenced read more »

    Sunday Champion
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