Poems About: TODAY
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
253.Today I Shine
From the struggles of yesterday, today I shine
I have climbed from the ghetto that had me blind.
I was scorned by the curse of black stereotype
But my life has changed and today I shine read more »C. Albert Andrews
254.In Spirit Today
Today is a new day.
A new beginning. A new end.
Today may not show up tomorrow, read more »Emma Hayes
If not for my Father, would I be what I am today?
If not for my Mother, would I be what I am today?
If not for my Teachers, would I be what I am today?
If not for my Brothers, would I be what I am today? read more »Dr John Celes
Today I looked away,
To see the setting sun,
And felt it all slip away,
Life, read more »Chris Todd, Jr.
march my soldiers march!
today is that day
feel like its you who died
for the best of us has left read more »jathin aka jesuzz
258.no love without trust
Today you say I love you too
Tomorrow you would say I hate you
Today you think about me read more »lara arnaout
Peace is the need
for the world today
Peace is the seed
which makes our life bright and gay. read more »vikas bhooma
260.Today, I want to be cynical!
Today, I want to be cynical
I won’t listen those long lyrical
I don’t care people’s opinion
Today, I want to be cynical read more »maria sudibyo
261.Your shadow is your beloved wife........
When you married your wife
you have promised her to take care till you end
Marriage is a fulfillment of dreams
With these promised dreams she stepped in your read more »Ravi Sathasivam
262.At Six O'clock
I heard the Ave Maria at six o'clock,
Today hear crimes on the radio at six o'clock.
I watched The Little Princess on tv at six o'clock,
Today watch explicit sex at six o’clock. read more »Aschelminto Da Silva
263.On A Day Like Today
On a rainy day like today it's you who I miss
On a day like today I wish we could kiss
A kiss and some drops of water
Your arms, your eyes and whatever read more »Amita Singh
264.For I Won't Be Around Tomorrow!
Take my body today
for my soul leaves it tomorrow
take my joys away right now
for tomorrow i shall drown in my sorrow read more »karanjeet lakhanpal