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Poems About: WARNING

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  • 289.

    The light we once had has
    now turned into the darkest
    shade of gray - has painted
    a picture that would envy read more »

    Robert Sheridan
  • 290.
    My Rage

    It's here again, there's no stopping it now
    It's in my blood, begging to be let out
    You brought this out of me, so you'll be the first
    To die by my hand, from this wretched curse. read more »

    patrick rich
  • 291.
    Memories Of The Male Snipe

    Above his breeding territory in the night sky
    with his wings and tail he sends out a warning as to and fro he fly
    To the males of his own kind those living nearby
    The sound that he creates seems like a goat like cry. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 292.
    The perils of summer

    The newspapers and our
    ubiquitous and ever-ready
    self-appointed well-meaning
    advisors warn us. read more »

    Raj Arumugam
  • 293.

    At a session of the U.N.
    They just appeared out of thin air,
    Long limbed creatures with greenish skin.
    'We come to warn, ' one did declare. read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 294.
    When You're Asleep (a childhood dream}

    When you’re asleep
    Does life go on
    Or does it stop? I wonder
    Have you ever stopped? read more »

    Don Pengilly
  • 295.
    The End

    Men of the earth
    We have been warned
    Repent for the day is at hand
    And Hell shall be filled with the unbelievers read more »

    Mustafa Marconi
  • 296.
    Three Miles East Of The Town

    By the babbling creek that flows by the woodland through the high country three miles east of the town
    The shrike thrush on a wattle tree is whistlingat twilight just before the sun goes down
    And all is well in Mother Nature's garden on a pleasant end to a sunny Autumn day
    A memory such as this lasts a whole lifetime and even in old age from you won't fade away. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 297.
    The Warning

    Many to Christ refuse to bow
    To Satan’s will yet fall
    So few believe God’s warning now?
    To heed Salvation’s call read more »

    Michael P. Johnson
  • 298.

    I am a very jealous soul
    jealous and protective
    a dangerous combination read more »

    lauren howard
  • 299.
    Our Topsy-Turvy World

    In the very very topsy-turvy world
    Straight lines are elliptically curled
    Way above is found below
    Jungles covered up with snow read more »

    Stanley Cooper
  • 300.
    Out There In The Nearby Paddock

    The spur winged plovers calling in the paddock nearby
    And somewhere in the deep scrub the hunting red fox cry
    Perhaps the plovers warn him not to venture too near
    To their invisible nesting borders the safety of their vulnerable young cause them to lose all fear read more »

    Francis Duggan
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