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  • 325.

    The beauty of the morning reflects to the innermost of the world.
    To the most persuasive illumination of the color of the earth
    That lure to the eyes of the evil one
    The joyous day of the righteousness may behold the gleams of the spirit of the goodness.
    The keenness of the righteous one defeat the malicious ambiance of the wicked one
    The soul of the world will bring to the joyous bowel of the earth.
    That gathers the positive reactions of human existence.
    And the lustrous of positive point of views
    Healed the chaotic nature of the soul of the world
    And the rain and streams
    Cannot efface or conceal
    The beauty of the universe
    It is the soul of the world
    This cannot be separated to the consciousness of the human being
    Don’t be stupefy of what you have done
    Because the soul of the world conspire us to do such things
    The diamantine of affections will lighted
    and firm into the soul of the world
    The diaphanous of the sky to the free flowing of the blood of martyrs
    Praises the everlasting blood sheds of the flesh and the soul
    The equivocal of the soul and existence
    Resounded to the thoughts and to the soul of the human being
    Behold the soul of the world
    How can we face the world without the soul of the world?
    It seems like to be ambiguous to the part of subjectivist
    If what kind of soul where I meant to be
    I am only referring to the inseparable conjunction of individual and world
    If there were no soul of the world, there would be no necessity
    Without necessity, no reason and no understanding
    The nothing out of which the soul of the world came, is nothing without the world
    Thus, the soul of the world is only necessary out of itself and through itself
    But, the necessity of the soul of the world is the necessity of reason
    Whatever we think it is not of our own action
    It is an action of the soul of the world
    Which the most profoundest and most essential necessity of reasons
    If we think that, the mountains turn into mud
    Without the necessity of reasons
    Is like a white paper o tabularaza which have no truth value and material validity
    But, if we think that the mountain would turn into dust
    With the necessity of reasons
    Is like a crystal clear does the truth value and the material validity had
    Behold the soul of the world
    The sweetness of the night coaxing the stars above
    How sweet the soul of the world it is?
    God knows this soul of the world conspire us
    The wind and the sun tell us if how this soul of the world is important to us.
    From the dark depths of the earth as far as to the shallowness of the universe
    Reflect the goodness and necessities of the soul of the world
    The dewdrops linger to the lips of the red rose in the battlefield
    Entice the soul of the world to the chaotic and morbid
    The foliage that clings to the cheeks of the earth
    Denounce the hatred which have been long resides to the heart of the people
    So that, the gloomy swamp of barbaric time will not happened again
    And the nightmare of almighty jaws will not destroy the sacred heart of justice
    Behold the soul of the world
    With equality and justice
    Prosperity and Liberations read more »

  • 326.

    O' my elderly world, am I getting too bold?
    The ones who go first were the elderly ones
    Leaving spawns of unfertile aftermaths
    Leaving my elderly world high and dry read more »

  • 327.
    In the Early Morning

    In the early morning
    under the light of dawn,
    there lives a world unseen
    in the shadows. read more »

  • 328.
    I AM UMA

    I am unique,
    No one in this world,
    Has my face!
    I am unique, read more »

  • 329.
    The Whisper 2

             I heard a whisper, carried on the wind
    A faint but growing whisper, a hope for better things

    Gentle ripples on the sea, grow to waves that burst upon the shore
    One voice shared by many, will one day come knocking on your door read more »

  • 330.
    The World I Know

    There are times when the day become night
    A night struck by the afflatus of the day
    A day felt the mourning of the night
    And a mytho-pattern, a singing line or two read more »

  • 331.

    say to
    the world; am tears, that flows
    from the dryest lake.say to
    the read more »

  • 332.
    Why the World

    Why the world - Why are we here -
    You may ask how but never why -
    The world is always flowing -
    Heraclitus said long ago read more »

  • 333.

    manhattan murder spills inexorably into,
    mayhem in macau.
    while irish ire is (dangerously) smiling
    latvians lust read more »

  • 334.
    This World

    It’s a big mystery,
    This world.

    We all eat, read more »

  • 335.
    Oh What A World! ! !

    Oh What A World
    She takes me for a twirl
    Accidental encounters
    Crystal counters read more »

  • 336.
    Tasting the world

    And the world goes...
    BlackFacesBlackPlaces read more »

New World Poems

  1. ' ONLY IF IT WAS '! ! ! !, Aastha Uppal
  2. My World Horoscope, DAMILOLA OLAOTAN
  3. When the world..., Ste'Phan Crawford
  4. a heart for another heart., Nikhil Parekh
  5. Double Standards, Terry Dawson
  6. parr world, mark parr
  8. 21 words in you angel, Anup Prakash
  9. Song of Peace, Akinbola Kehinde Ridhwan
  10. ...Not The World, Marites C. Cayetano
  11. World Is Me, Never Able To See Myself, Ramdas Bhandarkar
  12. In A Grain Of Sand, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  13. World Most Beautiful, Harrison India
  14. A World Of Wonder, yolandey breedt
  15. World beauties, julius lenjatin
  16. The story of the world, Bwambale Muhidin
  17. I want to see a world from the window, Pushkar Bisht
  18. I don’t need a world of diamonds or pearls, Pushkar Bisht
  19. The World Needs Peace And Love, Alon Calinao Dy
  20. I Melt With You (Bowling for Soup), Alex Reyes
  21. Y..... Unblind, Aufie Zophy
  22. The Statue, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  23. A World, Savano Istork
  24. Fruit-bearing, gajanan mishra
  25. In This Life, Isaac Yaw Osei
  26. Explorations: IV, indira babbellapati
  27. Festival Haiku - Tango Dance World Champ.., john tiong chunghoo
  28. Festival Haiku - World Culture Festival .., john tiong chunghoo
  29. Harvest Time, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  30. The world/Svijet, Miroslava Odalovic
  31. My heart in the world, Poppie Mira
  32. Can you imagine?, Patrick Durney
  33. We Live in a World, samantha hauck
  34. Welcome To The World, Marbet Daniel
  35. Worlds Fall Apart, Jasmine Appelhaus
  36. my world, dimitri shelton
  37. The World, Brittany Helt
  38. The Time of Shoddy, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  39. THE WORLD WHERE I BELONG, Benjamin Dotse
  40. Still botherin me, Vasto Grom
  41. I'M IN THE WORLD!, Adesitimi Taiwo Damilola
  42. Clean Up The World, Will Fiala
  43. I Live In Other Worlds, Shalom Freedman
  44. The World, Joe Johnson
  45. This is the way the world ends, Suriya ...
  46. A World Without You, Monina Furigay
  47. Conspiracy Government, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  48. THY WORLD, Aldo Kraas
  49. NEW WORLD, Aldo Kraas
  50. Master of the Universe, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  51. ONE WORLD ONE FAMILY, Ramesh Kavdia
  52. A World Unimaginable, Tarbia Hamid
  53. This is a World of …, Dr John Celes
  54. WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?, Deepak Hariharan
  55. The World, Shanice Davis
  56. The World of Love, Ray Hansell
  57. Two, Chris Jibero
  58. A Child's World, Ray Hansell
  59. my world, Ricky Baker
  60. people dying, luke stem
  61. WE DON'T RULED THE WORLD, Aldo Kraas
  62. A World Without You, Hannah Bradford
  63. were lost in a world, Jessica Rutherford
  64. Slumber, Benjamin Turner
  65. Two Worlds, Deki aka Mark Fisher
  66. The World Of The Teens, Stewart Gideon
  67. Questions, irenio irenaeus bero
  68. Perfect World, Kaysen Fraker
  69. The World Beyond - A Place of Mystery, elijah easton
  70. Lost, Sara Hammouri
  71. This Lost World In Darkness, sindhuja setti
  72. to find the world, RIC S. BASTASA
  73. A world, Sylvia Chidi
  74. the world is full of idiots, Lara wolf
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