Poems About: TRUTH
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85.Sad But The Truth Is On
There are too many bold,
Sad but the truth is on.
And too may all-knowing for their teachers.
Sad but the truth is on. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
They fall through time as a leaf from a tree
Trees so green
Green as life, green as death, as the souls
Souls that are lost, lost forever read more »Bethany Maxwell
The truth can penetrate your soul and mind.
Akin to flowers in the spring, it can
Relieve one of the stress within the day.
The truth as pixie dust is magic, yes: read more »Leslie Alexis
Everything is modification of nature
Everything everything everything
Happy unhappy honour dishonour.
Rising above yourself means touching truth read more »gajanan mishra
89.Truth or Dare?
Note: This is a song! read more »Adele Katie Bowling
90.Experiment with truth, now with instrument
Experiment with truth,
Now with instrument
A TV programme is
Presently being aired read more »Bashyam Narayanan
91.0995..... Supreme Truth
We know who is Super Star and Supreme Star
More so, we are more interested in their personal life
Ever wanted to know what Supreme Truth is?
Ever interested to ponder on above line? read more »Gan Chennai
92.In Defence of Lies
Lies all around us
with lies we live,
we know that truth
is wonderful read more »Abhay Kumar
Truth is what we face,
The silencer of open space,
The muter of the voice,
The killer of the noise, read more »Marop Aron
94.Truth and Lies
Is the truth beyond our lies,
Say what you want,
Watch what you say,
For our hidden lies, we must pay. read more »Philip Lore
The truth is the impossible is possible.
The truth is the eternal will eventually die.
The truth is right is wrong and wrong is normal.
The truth is life is evolving, but desolving faster. read more »Arturo Vargas
96.Those Who Spread Falsehoods
What others say of me can't say I much care
Since of my own shortcomings I am all too aware
But when speaking of me of me do not lie
Since you would not like lies to be spread about you neither would I. read more »Francis Duggan