Top 100 Poems About: MAGIC
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
You have magic in your finger tips,
Magic in your eye.
Magic in the arms that hold
And tell me not to cry. read more »Grace V. Tidrow
2.Sonnet: The Magic Of Poverty
A birth in poverty is luck supreme!
A death in poverty, a great blessing;
A life of poverty is rare a dream;
Achievements great, stark poverty can bring. read more »Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,
3.Love And Black Magic
To the woods, to the woods is the wizard gone;
In his grotto the maiden sits alone.
She gazes up with a weary smile
At the rafter-hanging crocodile, read more »Robert Graves
4.'' The Magic Of Books ''
With her little hands, she scans each page
and as she looks.
She finds that she is mesmerized by the
magic from these books. read more »Thad Wilk
5.! Black Magic !
Black was always your favorite color...................
Like the inkwell that beckons the pen
Like the night spangled with a million stars
Like the sleek machine your ego rides read more »Linda Ori
There's magic when we hold hands
When you slip your fingers into mine
The memory always lingers read more »Emmanuel Emesakoru
7.Magic Of Love
Let the heart
dwell in the fountain of love
where love may continuously flow
into the abyss of emptiness read more »Jazlle D. H.
Where no birds breathe, bird-magic breathes
Bird-beauty, bird-spirit, bird-splendour,
And brings where no bird wings,
Wing-beats that woo me to wonder. read more »Tan Pratonix
9.Magic Touch....Adult Not Lurid
You know me so very well!
Know exactly where I dwell.
Slowly at first make a spell.
masterly do the paces as well. read more »saadat tahir
The throbbing of my veins will never stop,
I walk with pride, while others flop.
My neck arched tall, my skin goes pale,
Aglow with youth while others stale. read more »Life Poem
11.Orpheus Magic Poetic Music
Orphus 'twas playing
His most magical tune
While Greek soldiers
Fought under blue moon read more »Theodora (Theo) Onken
12.What Magic Is There
What magic is there in thy mien
What sorcery in thy smile,
Which charms away all cark and care,
Which turns the foul days into fair, read more »Mathilde Blind