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Poems About: SLEEP

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

  • 253.
    I lost My Sleep

    I lost my sleep to the clouds bulging with rain,
    or to the bright sun again,
    enacting in a complicated act,
    browsing over blissful facts, read more »

    chettur aishwarya shrivastav
  • 254.
    You Hear

    You hear a soft voice
    Singing to you
    Touching you lightly
    With finger's that love read more »

    angel plant
  • 255.
    A Madrigal # 1: 'Cry Not Yourself To Sleep'

    Sweet Nectaria, cry not yourself to sleep
    I came to sing for you this lullaby
    Oft sang by angels, wherever they fly read more »

    Reyvrex Questor Reyes
  • 256.
    TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER

    It was a day of the sun
    The day of God
    When my father went to sleep
    A day of the sun read more »

    Ezediuno Louis Odinakaose
  • 257.
    Are You Mine To Keep?

    I haven’t slept in so long
    like new penguin father longing for his mate
    like a cold winter
    I wait and wait read more »

    Matthew Rousseau
  • 258.
    Pulls are aging.

    As lovers, he lies on his back
    And she, with her head on his chest.

    As couple, he sleeps facing the roof read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 259.
    The Day The Moon Dissappeared

    Without the moon the sky would not sleep
    The peoples eyes would grow dark with no sleep
    The open eyes off the stars will blind
    the sleep out of everyones eyes read more »

    Dylan Parkers
  • 260.
    Somnolence

    The night is a beast
    burning my garrison of cigarette
    and thrashing the silent cages
    of my unwrittem poems read more »

    Norman Santos
  • 261.
    Sleep & Dream, Dearest

    You have fled the Western desert dry,
    For a much older culture & clime.
    The is too much water on Earth,
    There is too much water off of Perth. read more »

    Stan Petrovich
  • 262.
    Satan's three knots

    Oh Sleeping believer on the bed!
    Three knots at the back of your head,
    each contains satan's words enchanting.
    ' The night is, long, so keep on sleeping, ' read more »

    Md. Asadullah
  • 263.
    Lord of Thosand Drems

    He can’t be destroyed
    He isn’t real
    But he still holds
    My sleep read more »

    Emmili Geisler
  • 264.
    Dancing

    I never heard you sing
    Or saw you dance.
    But you have sung
    And danced in my dreams read more »

    R. Joseph Hoffmann
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