Top 100 Poems About: PINK
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.***barbarism In Pink City Again! ! !
I am really shocked to behold the pink city
Blood when flows near by the green field
From the ill fatted souls of their mother’s womb
Tear when turns red eyes yet steeped in sorrows read more »Dr subhendu kar
"They are fools who kiss and tell" --
Wisely has the poet sung.
Man may hold all sorts of posts
If he'll only hold his tongue. read more »Rudyard Kipling
3.Frequently The Wood Are Pink
Frequently the wood are pink—
Frequently are brown. read more »Emily Dickinson
4.'In The Pink'
So Davies wrote: ' This leaves me in the pink. '
Then scrawled his name: ' Your loving sweetheart Willie '
With crosses for a hug. He'd had a drink
Of rum and tea; and, though the barn was chilly, read more »Siegfried Sassoon
Feather light wings that float softly through the air tickled by specks of dust.
Bright white light inflamed with pink and laced with gold.
Raising flowers, changing seasons,
singing in high pitched voices that only children can hear. read more »Laura Cummings
From whispers to heavy noise
My art of love as it melted
In fine connections invisible
From below the arch of brow read more »Sadiqullah Khan
Pink ribbons span the evening sky
And trim your feathered bed
Now I will sing a lullaby
Lay down your sleepy head read more »Valerie Dohren
8.Pink Is My Colour
Pink pants and rosy plants
Pink blouses, never failing to arouse spouses
Pink hot feverish lips read more »Sylvia Chidi
Confirmed that it was armed
Was right to be alarmed read more »chris dawson
10.**pink Ribbon Black**
I’m a restless and corrupted one
Hoping for eternal darkness
And an end to they bright shining sun read more »Daniel Richards
11.The Pink Carnation
I may walk until I’m fainting, I may write until I’m blinded,
I might drink until my back teeth are afloat,
But I can’t forget my ruin and the happy days behind it,
When I wore a pink carnation in my coat. read more »Henry Lawson
12.A Day At The Pink Beach
An umbrella being dragged at the day's end.
A seagull churns its wings,
avoiding sunlight, read more »MARINA GIPPS