Pasquale DiMeola

Veteran Poet - 1,569 Points (Newark, New Jersey)

Pasquale DiMeola Poems

121. Sousobo 9/14/2013
122. 1000 Years Of Peace 10/6/2013
123. Foolish Jihad Terrorist 10/19/2013
124. One That Got Away 4/2/2014
125. Ghost Orchid 9/20/2014
126. Dining With Cannibals 9/2/2015
127. Future Shock Syndrome #2 9/16/2015
128. October Shroud 10/31/2015
129. 3rd Grade Primer Of Two Muslim Fathers 12/9/2015
130. The Marriage Prayer 11/19/2006
131. The Wet Rot Voyage 11/23/2006
132. I Slapped God 8/10/2016
133. Est-Il Pas? Amour 8/10/2016
134. Granite 11/19/2016
135. Shedding Their Skin 12/14/2016
136. Feeling The Droste Effect 12/14/2016
137. Frigid Awakening 2/22/2017
138. The Line 2/22/2017
139. Sanctimonious Physicist 3/28/2017
140. Same Place...Same Time 3/28/2017
141. Mortal Fools 4/8/2017
142. A Gathering Of Marbles 4/22/2017
143. Grasp At The Last Straw 4/22/2017
144. None Come Close 7/2/2017
145. Aixelsyd 7/15/2017
146. Bergamot Tea 7/15/2017
147. Steam On The Pavement 7/19/2017
148. A Tragedy Too Human 7/26/2017
149. Evil Eye 8/23/2017
150. Pardon My Situation 9/23/2017
151. Future Shock Syndrome #4 9/23/2017
152. Nxivm Fog 10/18/2017
153. No Offense 11/18/2017
154. Liberte..Egalite..Fraternite 2/24/2018
155. And How 2/24/2018
156. Between The Vanished Lines 4/14/2018
157. Something Inside Has... 4/24/2018
158. Dust You Are 5/16/2018
159. Before And After 6/30/2018
160. Future Shock Syndrome #3 6/7/2017

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Best Poem of Pasquale DiMeola

An Appeal

Good men come forward now
A world in need...Indeed
Uphold your sacred vow
We long for you to lead

Kind women of the land
Many children cry...die
Come lay your gentle hand
Upon the heads who sigh

Small children of the earth
Destined eyes of women...men
May your visions give birth
To a peace without end.

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By The Way

Before the wind has blown the breath
Of simple words away
While in the future lays a wreath
From which a friend has laid

Come listen to a chiming bell
It tolls out yesterday
These wisdom words pride would not tell
Could help your soul one day.

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