Poems About: THANKS
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.THANKS GODAldo Kraas
Accept it or not
I have cooked some words' hotpot
Thanks God thanks a lot read more »Asif Andalib
255.Thanks for playing with my feelings,
Thanks for playing with my feelings,
How i wish i could stop my heart from beating,
Thanks for playing with my heart,
At least to you this was a fun part, read more »Beautiful Lie
256.Thank you God
Thank you God
For sending me such a wonderful person to my lonely way
A person that tells me ' I LOVE YOU ' everyday
Such a truthful person that could never betray! read more »unknown poet
257.Should I Thank God?
I have to thank God for my pretty little face
For giving me an ass and nice breasts
I should thank him for all that paranoia I have read more »Triin Kann
have you ever sat down and took a second
out of your life and think of everyone who was
once or still is in your life?
have you every thank someone for being there read more »robin machorro
259.Girl That I Let Go
I know that I let you get away but...
You are a childhood memory that still roams through my thoughts.
You accepted me and didn't question all my quirks.
You let me spill all my sob stories. read more »angelica arroyo
260.Thank You God
thank you god for everything
for another chance of living
thank you god for the good friends
for the friendship that never ends. read more »true prince
261.Just Being You
Thank you my darling
For just being you,
For lifting my spirits
When I'm deepest blue. read more »Robert Edgar Burns
262.Mommy and Daddy
This poem is to thank my mommy and daddy enjoy!
You raised me from the start. read more »Yulissa Fregoso
263.A Little Boy Thanking His Mother
When I was born I could not see,
Thank You Mom because of you, I am able to see.
When I was born I could not hear,
Thank You Mom because of you, I am able to hear. read more »Garvitkumar Choraria
264.THANK YOU LORD
Thank you Lord for the sunshine,
Thank you Lord for the rain;
Thank you too for the rainbows,
And for easing my pain. Thank you Lord for the mountains, read more »Simon P. Perez