“When you finally travel back to your old house, you will find it wasn’t the home you missed, but your childhood.” - S. Ewing
This is a rhythmic poetry written using simple words which rhymes in the tone of abb, cdd, so on. In this poem both a human and an animal can be referred as the bird.
A Poem about Admiration
This poem was inspired by a photo prompt and challenge for me to write something based on the phenomena known as "Distant Influence."
A rhyming poem which is written in the form of a Sonnet (abab..) dedicated and written in awe of the amazing autumn season. How mesmerizing is the look of those yellow golden leaves, isn't it? Do you find it soothing?
This short lyrical rhyming poetry takes you through the heart of a child who is wholeheartedly welcoming summers and bidding goodbye to winters.
A Lyrical Poem about Love and Pain
Sad Farewell is a poem expressing a father's grief when his son tells him he wants to go. The poem was originally written in Persian language. I translated it. It is a dedication to all parents and children. To all the children respect and love your parents. In their old age, they need you the most.
The love for only the woman can feel it. The man did not feel the same of what she felt about him. At the end of the day the man say goodbye to a woman but still the woman continue loving him even she knows the man's feel to her like only a friend. It's hard but she need to accept the truth.
"Where's Mr. Sandman? " is a poem about tossing and turning beneath the covers. Our frustration grows as we watch the hands on the clock and we are still awake. Tears from being tired build in the corner of our eyes. We hope the sandman arrives soon to take us to dreamland.
This article includes a poem on Brenda's word prompt 'Fate'. Poem is comprised of defination of fate.