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Poems About: STRENGTH

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  • 325.
    left-handed blows

    Don’t rely on competence, for strength
    come from unlearned blows that are left-handed;
    until you learn to improvise at length
    you short the truth and cannot understand it. read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 326.
    When Questioned

    To linger in the night requires patience,
    Reading the pages of a book.
    To wade into the day after sleep
    Gains the subjects and goals of life. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 327.
    I Fought Death

    To feel as if you fought death
    now thats a feeling eh'?
    all the feelings that you felt
    completely washed away read more »

    London Turner
  • 328.
    my lil star

    my darling daughter what is wrong
    please don't be afraid
    don't let the fear take hold
    you have a world of strength in your heart read more »

    kayleigh 2007
  • 329.
    % Pillar Of Strength

    Furious wind
    And whirlwind read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 330.
    Life for Death

    A newly born flower
    Slowly blowing her horn
    Fresh grasses all over
    Smiling on its thorns read more »

    Min Sia
  • 331.

    You, I need so much
    My breathe,
    My strong habitation, read more »

    Mugano S. Paul
  • 332.

    Heavy eyes, heavy heart,
    Crying out for strength
    Does love have the power
    To extend this length? read more »

    foxy babii
  • 333.
    I Stand

    I stand on a past,
    A past that's quite filled
    Filled with lies
    Filled with truth read more »

    Atara Gedalowitz
  • 334.
    Strength of man

    read more »

    Jeff Rushton
  • 335.

    A bit of light would be enough to melt my present with my past to weed away all sorrowful days and keep the good ones only in mind

    A bit of light would be enough to light up peoples mind and the knowledge that strength our courage to shout out and say stop against the brutality of my fellow man. read more »

    Sossi Khachadourian
  • 336.
    death-My Gran

    She knew,
    I Knew,
    She knew.
    But how? read more »

    Mary Mc Creath
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