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Chris Embick poet A Walk In Familiar Woods by Chris Embick Rookie - 69 Points
Early I walked deep into familiar woods
To satisfy my childhood notions
Dr. Geeta Radhakrishna Menon poet Farmer 8 - Little Boy With A Cap by Dr. Geeta Radhakrishna Menon Gold Star - 28,933 Points
Little boy Arush, so innocent,
Less than five years old,
jan harvey poet Essential Hope by jan harvey Rookie - 57 Points
Focus lies when dreams, not manifest.
Beset free spirits to dally at sunset.
Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi poet 510 by Nalini Jyotsana Chaturvedi Gold Star - 7,187 Points
Look at me
What you see
Ami Joshi poet A Time by Ami Joshi Veteran Poet - 1,194 Points
A time taught me,
To learn,
Felix Opaleye poet Black Bentley by Felix Opaleye Veteran Poet - 1,168 Points
There's drama and funny talk in the air, disco lights with little vodka to set the mood on. Friday night is always the sweetest night, this is serious
mohan sanjeevan poet Rain Are A Delight Forever! by mohan sanjeevan Freshman - 589 Points
Skies opened up suddenly
Clouds no longer able to
Seamus O' Brian poet Requiem For The End Of Time by Seamus O' Brian Gold Star - 25,127 Points
were I to sit on the edge of the pier
beyond which floated the end of time
Terry Collett poet Arrived In Paris 1973 by Terry Collett Gold Star - 21,401 Points
Arrived at the Hotel Napoleon.
Sonya unpacks; the concierge
Guljeren Mammedova poet Anguish by Guljeren Mammedova Rookie - 51 Points
The memory of you as piercing,
As poison through the veins of soul
Tony Esmonde poet Despair....? by Tony Esmonde Rookie - 216 Points
The road is long
am I getting weary?
Tiku akp poet Convenient by Tiku akp Gold Star - 44,210 Points
Crushed under your weight
I feel the pleasure of passion
Bianca Phipps poet All Lives Matter 1800's Edition by Bianca Phipps Rookie - 0 Points
Just because I own slaves, doesn't mean I'm racist.
I don't even see color; you're racist for being slaves.
Bianca Phipps poet Ten Things You Sound Like When You Say All Lives Matter In.. by Bianca Phipps Rookie - 0 Points
This one is called ten things you sound like when you say all lives matter in response to black lives matter or stop saying that stupid insensitive as
Bianca Phipps poet An Open Letter To The Mother Of Michael Dunn by Bianca Phipps Rookie - 0 Points
The headline read "Michael Dunn trial: Man accused of shooting teen over music."
But all I heard was a lot of loud noise
Hasmukh Amathalal poet कौन जानता है by Hasmukh Amathalal Gold Star - 369,976 Points
कौन जानता है
बीता हुआ कुछ नहीं लोटता
Aditi Atal poet Dusk And Dawn by Aditi Atal Rookie - 0 Points
Every day,
Looking at the dusk
Qiniso Mogale poet Power Drunk by Qiniso Mogale Gold Star - 8,105 Points
They are intoxicated
Power has made them proud
Merina Dahal poet Free by Merina Dahal Freshman - 685 Points
When I hurt you,
The only thing you'll think of again
Doris Cornago poet A Cat Is Not A Mouse by Doris Cornago Bronze Star - 2,241 Points
Someone asked me am I a dog person
As he digs a dog who jumps and licks
Kurt Philip Behm poet Soul To Repast by Kurt Philip Behm Gold Star - 21,054 Points
In reference to nothing
Alone with itself
Lucas Omar poet A Night Current by Lucas Omar Bronze Star - 2,570 Points
Each cavity of this Earth-blown flesh
Defiled by the cheap ventriloquist
Richard Allen Beevor poet Titan by Richard Allen Beevor Silver Star - 4,378 Points
He bore it all with such grace,
did he know he was dying?
Poet Mehtab Gulzar Mehtab poet Anjaam-E-Ishiq by Poet Mehtab Gulzar Mehtab Freshman - 680 Points
Hum jo dafatan maikhane gaye,
Hum bi bada khwar jane gaye.
B U Afnan poet Gift Of Love by B U Afnan Rookie - 165 Points
That poor heart bled love
Like a bleeding dove
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