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  •   It hurts when I look at you You chin raised so high So full of self-virtue You don’t hear my cry   Your eyes full of judgement As you survey around Your lips spill your disappointment As my confidence you pound   Your...

    I Hurt When I Look at You: A Poem About Mother and Daughter

    I Hurt When I Look at You: A Poem About Mother and Daughter

    by K.A.E Grove86

  • Are you a slave? Maybe you are and you don't know it yet. For all of us, this is a question worth answering. If it turns out that the answer is yes, where do you go from here? How do you respond?

    Poem:  My Life as a Slave

    Poem: My Life as a Slave

    by sonfollowers28

  • A poem about being lost and alone.

    Cold-A Poem

    Cold-A Poem

    by Kari Poulsen50

  • Guilty Pleasures Denying my supposed maturity, one which should in theory attend adulthood, I wonder if life would improve only if I lost myself in guilty pleasures. Would these satisfy and satiate me in ways which responsibility...

    "Guilty Pleasures" and Other Poems

    "Guilty Pleasures" and Other Poems

    by Julie K Henderson4

  • Some nonsense rhymes and musings on the subject of the Facebook

    Facebook Nonsense

    Facebook Nonsense

    by Dave Proctor4

  • A poem about the wonder of God the Son coming to earth as a human to save us.

    The Wonder of the Word

    The Wonder of the Word

    by Rhosynwen2

  • The power of love is felt only by the souls in its grip. This is a poem of vulnerability and, at the same time, power.

    The Fire Of Love

    The Fire Of Love

    by Rohan Rinaldo Felix0

  • There are few things in this world more inspiring than the simple emotion, and act of love. People have died for it, poets and musicians have made careers from it, entire books can't invoke enough....

    The Innocent Girl

    The Innocent Girl

    by Pir Mudasir4

  • This article contains data about lighthouses throughout history, and a poem about a fictional lighthouse keeper.

    Lighthouses in Poetry: A Poem

    Lighthouses in Poetry: A Poem

    by Tim Truzy4

  • A strange tree sits by Interstate 40. Strange because it is the kind of shrub that one would expect to find in the flower bed of a well-to-do home. This poem is inspired by this out-of-place shrub.

    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    by MizBejabbers34

  • A poem this author wrote back in her 'dark ages' of the late 1980s, describing the feelings of feeling friendless and alone.

    Loneliness--A Poem

    Loneliness--A Poem

    by Liz Elias12

  • Feeling alone in a relationship can truly be detrimental to your relationships. It is imperative to communicate with your partners how you feel so that the relationship will improve.

    Needed You

    Needed You

    by Nelly Dawson2

  • Being an Oompa Loompa was an inborn passion of mine that my parents put into good use by honing in on my natural Oompa Loompa skills at the tender age of 15. Thus, my career took off at the factory!

    Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory

    Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore14

  • My grandchildren live far away in Asia. When they visit, it is a very special time. Writing poems about their activities helps me remember good times. These memories are from their visit in 2015.

    Poems for My  Young  Granddaughters

    Poems for My Young Granddaughters

    by Shelley H Cruz8

  • Burning witches happen throughout 13th century to the 18th Century. This is the story of a witch named Anna who had her revenge.

    Anna - A Dead Witch Risen

    Anna - A Dead Witch Risen

    by Clive Williams4

  • Many of the incarcerated have stories to tell or live their own literary merits. Some of their lives are historical novels, urban poetry or narratives anticipating an audience. Here are some examples

    Two Tales from the Yard

    Two Tales from the Yard

    by Finn Liam Cooper0

  • By morning, the human soul is a child. By afternoon, the human soul is an adult. By evening, the human soul is a reflection of the way it has lived-a reflection of both experience, dreams and reality.

    A Fishing Child (I)

    A Fishing Child (I)

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo2

  • The nuclear industry makes billions from building and maintaining nuclear power stations. It is not in their financial interest to broadcast just how dangerous they are.

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    by Tessa Schlesinger3

  • This is a poem about the feelings of a circus clown. Do you know who he really is? The clown who entertains and makes us laugh is also a human being just like you and me.

    The Circus Clown

    The Circus Clown

    by Nithya Venkat33

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  • A love poem about a pen and a book amidst writer's block, a relationship similar to writer's block.

    Curse

    Curse

    by Marisse Santos2

  • This is an ode to the beautiful mountains of N.C., along with information about national parks there.

    A Mountain Poem

    A Mountain Poem

    by Tim Truzy3

  • Can we define love? Love is a feeling, difficult to define. It has many forms, Mother’s love, Father’s love, Sibling love, Grandparents love, love between husband/ wife, and the love for the Supreme.

    What Is Love and What It’s Not (Poem)

    What Is Love and What It’s Not (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan30

  • An experiment in Ekphrastic poetry, A fun collection of poetry inspired by famous works of art.

    The Poetry of Art

    The Poetry of Art

    by James Paterson5

  • Hi guys, i had written the entire poem using emoji but it seems like hubpages does not support emoji so i just typed the word in place. Hope you like it.

    Cute Poem For My Future Wife

    Cute Poem For My Future Wife

    by Shafi Mzuka0

  • Narcissistic Personality Disordered individuals gain our trust with convincing facades of helpfulness and kindness. Then, once they have our trust, they will turn our entire world upside down.

    Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore5

  • What happens when we dream? Are they sometimes prophetic or are they just nonsense and mean nothing?

    Before I Wake

    Before I Wake

    by Jackie Lynnley33

  • Summer, spring winter and fall. Which is the most beautiful of all?

    When Autumn Leaves

    When Autumn Leaves

    by Jackie Lynnley28

  • The Earth is dying by the hand of man. This is a poem from my heart, breaking for the earth. Are we going to sit and look how the Earth is being raped to death, or are we going to stand up?

    Poem: Go Green!

    Poem: Go Green!

    by Louis Fourie6

  • Women must learn to tolerate and transcend the many indignities age inflicts upon their bodies in the post-menopausal years. This funny poem lists the complaints, but ends on a positive note.

    Embracing My Inner Crone: A Poem About Aging

    Embracing My Inner Crone: A Poem About Aging

    by Catherine Giordano46

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  • To knock someone off their feet being on the make Oh! for heaven's sake this wasn't a fairy tale Dressed in doors so please let's not pour our hearts out. Let your door make a real love statement

    She Dressed For Her Door

    She Dressed For Her Door

    by Robin Carretti6

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  • This Abstract/Prose piece takes place at two times and simultaneously. See other Summary at end.

    . . . at My Old Window Pane

    . . . at My Old Window Pane

    by Kenneth Avery6

  • Pride is a noisy and loud aspect of the character that is a threat to humility. Only the quietness of humility can extinguish it.

    "Humility" the Quiet One

    "Humility" the Quiet One

    by mabelhenry0

  • Love is blind, and easily mistreated. How many times have we seen a shredded dove, woefully unaware of the wolf? We must wrench open our eyes to truly see the dark hearts within...

    Snow-Blind

    Snow-Blind

    by Rose2

  • We all have hopes and dreams for our lives, but how about for our world? This is a poem about what I want for the world.

    What I Want For the World

    What I Want For the World

    by Lori Colbo9

  • Written from the memory of Sweetest Mr. Pooh :)

    101 Poem

    101 Poem

    by rdsparrowriter4

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  • A reflection on distant beauty, like birds overhead, or the sun. Untouchable, but one can dream... Spur of the moment thing, I hope you enjoy it :)

    From a Distance...

    From a Distance...

    by Rose0

  • Pure original thoughts and all!

    Thoughts Porn

    Thoughts Porn

    by Jan Nero Piopongco1

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  • Like a Femme fatale perfect plan fairytale what a sexy jaw chin. How to protect me felt so much like lovers sin to protect thyself went so out of my proportion prelude to a kiss no protection I missed

    Perfect Plans Prelude into Protection

    Perfect Plans Prelude into Protection

    by Robin Carretti8

  • In such corrupted world, agony, deceit, hate, evil, self-hate, has spread and we shall come together in unity to the combat this war within us and one another.

    I Cry for Us

    I Cry for Us

    by Nelly Dawson2

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  • After surviving the many hurdles of life, a couple's mature love forms a lasting union. On Valentine's Day, couples in long term relationships celebrate the strength of sustained, romantic love.

    10 Ways to Celebrate Long Term Love on Valentine's Day

    10 Ways to Celebrate Long Term Love on Valentine's Day

    by Janis Leslie Evans8

  • Endless love is a treasure that flows, tenderly; fragrantly sweet, it enchants our life’s path with a vibrant energy from the unprecedented joy it brings!

    An Endless Love Poem

    An Endless Love Poem

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore13

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  • Can one so powerful, yet gentle be so troubled in the waking hours?

    Peace in Her Storm

    Peace in Her Storm

    by Kenneth Avery6

  • A poem about processing the death of a lover and the way grief changes over the years.

    The Process

    The Process

    by Nicholas Wright1

  • In our daily life, we go through a great deal , but we rarely give attention to the pleasure we get from simple things and some guys. How we hanker after pleasure ; we even take recourse to brutality.

    Reflections of Pleasure

    Reflections of Pleasure

    by Harish Mamgain22

  • Siblings are like branches of a tree. They may grow in opposite directions, but are united at the roots. If the roots are strong and firm to the ground, nothing can separate them, no matter where they

    Siblings--A Relationship Forever (Poem)

    Siblings--A Relationship Forever (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan31

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  • Is something really better than you thought you wanted to lay there deeply your thoughts wandered he loves to read your lips but first his honest hands touched your Coffee magically he dived right in

    Do You Want Me

    Do You Want Me

    by Robin Carretti7

  • Open season plot Poetry

    Open RHYMES

    Open RHYMES

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • Turning fifty is a big milestone in one's life but it doesn't have to be a millstone. Lollipop Man is a short funny poem about all the things that go on in the life of a fifty something baldy guy. Money, romance, grandkids and don't forget the nose hair! There is also a description of a short flip book animation I made of the poem.

    Lollipop Man - A poem about the joys of being 50 by Johnny Parker

    Lollipop Man - A poem about the joys of being 50 by Johnny Parker

    by Johnny Parker9

  • A poem using a particular way of styling words to enhance their effect; to show the poetic flow in the seemingly non-poetical comment.

    The Poet Who Does Not Do Poetry

    The Poet Who Does Not Do Poetry

    by manatita4422

  • One heart two lovers. It's a woman who loved for 2 guys in her life. While she walk away she can't control her emotions to cry.

    I Love You but I Love Him Too

    I Love You but I Love Him Too

    by Nida Ormo4

  • This country is made of sterner stuff...may our God bless and keep us all.

    Goodwill Counting

    Goodwill Counting

    by whonunuwho9

  • I think most operating room nurses and techs will connect with this poem. It is what we do most days of the week.

    Ode to the OR Nurse

    Ode to the OR Nurse

    by Kari Poulsen18

  • SOMETIMES WE IGNORE WHAT WE REALLY NEED BECAUSE WE HATE HOW IT FEELS. WANTING EVERYTHING TO COME EASY

    The Wilderness Experience

    The Wilderness Experience

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • A poem about what art does for me along with some of my personal art pieces, and an explanation to how art and my anxiety have become friends in my world.

    Art and Anxiety: A Perfect Pair

    Art and Anxiety: A Perfect Pair

    by Missy Smith7

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  • Why do we need an approval for love did it become all X marks the spot with a dot and a desirable love plot. Let's love me knot love by chance don't let your best time put you in a trance

    Big X Marks a Plot

    Big X Marks a Plot

    by Robin Carretti6

  • We celebrated on December 16 to commemorate the victory of the Allied forces over the Pakistani forces in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. I didn't see the moment but I feel that in every monemt

    Final Victory

    Final Victory

    by Jahid Juwel3

  • A poem exploring head-to-head collision at borders between two countries. In fact, it is a painful recollection of images emanating from war-hit countries where nothing but humanity dies.

    Through Hell Once I Passed

    Through Hell Once I Passed

    by Shafqat Mushtaq3

  • Some aspects of life tend to remind us of mortality in very powerful ways. Here are three poems about things that make me think about how deeply death and dying are intertwined with life and living.

    Poems about Reminders of Death and Mortality

    Poems about Reminders of Death and Mortality

    by Kylyssa Shay6

  • It is only through knowing the bad, that we truly appreciate the good.

    We Need The Dark

    We Need The Dark

    by Kari Poulsen14

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  • Through beautiful pictures, quotes, and poetry, this hub shows us how angels can inspire us to do good with our lives by creating a more loving and peaceful world.

    Angels as Guides for Living

    Angels as Guides for Living

    by Marie Lawrence6

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  • A poem about rebirth, about change, and what our lives can truly be.

    Pull Away Anew

    Pull Away Anew

    by Rose5

  • People luv to tell you "they're all the same". Don't believe them! It isn't true. Pick your ground and stand it. And don't let them lull you into apathy. Some things are worth fighting for!

    To Salute or Not to Salute, That Is the Question

    To Salute or Not to Salute, That Is the Question

    by Yes Dear107

  • What an incredible experience I had of God can breaking through my sorrow and despair comforting me and hope by rejoicing and singing over me with His love. He offers this to those that seek Him.

    God Rejoices Over You

    God Rejoices Over You

    by Lori Colbo13

  • Does time erase the deep feelings and love we have for our dear mothers? Will the pain ever ease to know they are gone forever? This poem explores one view.

    A Mother's Day Poem - Wish You Were Here

    A Mother's Day Poem - Wish You Were Here

    by Jackie Lynnley43

  • He restlessly lays in his bed, Recalling all of the things that were said, He thinks maybe the end is upon him.

    It's 3 A.M.

    It's 3 A.M.

    by Augustine A Zavala6

  • Puffed up and sweaty after three hours of walking up the hill I stopped to admire the view of Franz Jozef Glacier that suddenly appeared out of clouds across the valley. 'I never seen glacier before.'

    Tramping Alex Knob With One Quiet American

    Tramping Alex Knob With One Quiet American

    by Beata Stasak2

  • Opposites really do attract as evident in this rhyme below- and our relationship memes! Logical Spock, and I, are almost perfect for each other! Well, almost...

    Opposites Really Do Attract!

    Opposites Really Do Attract!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore20

  • We are all connected. Often times, we may not feel connected, but we are. We are connected, not only with each other, but with the world and the universe.

    We Are All Linked

    We Are All Linked

    by Kari Poulsen26

  • More than ever, as we judge by perceived negative traits rather than character, the black male feels under siege. Stereotyping his physical appearance affects how he secretly feels about himself.

    Stereotypes of the Young African American Male

    Stereotypes of the Young African American Male

    by Janis Leslie Evans30

  • You're privileged if you can fall back on happy childhood memories. I had the luck to be one of those and I thank my parents for that.

    Childhood Memories in Rhyme

    Childhood Memories in Rhyme

    by Titia Geertman0

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  • A poem dedicated to all the mouthpieces that can't let others speak for fear it will crush their ideological ways.

    The Ideological Way

    The Ideological Way

    by Dean Traylor1

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  • A sad poem about heartbreak comparing a relationship to an unfinished poem.

    Unfinished Poem

    Unfinished Poem

    by Marisse Santos0

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  • Best subject to learn if you can !!!

    Love Learning

    Love Learning

    by Hari Prasad S10

  • Its always greatness in the midst of it but if we focus on the storm we will never see it.

    Beauty In Storms

    Beauty In Storms

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

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  • This is my take on the popular Bible story of David and Goliath from the Bible put written in rhyming verse.

    David and Goliath (the Poem)

    David and Goliath (the Poem)

    by John Hansen37

  • Every risk is worth taking if it leads to a good life. How do you work out what is a good risk and what is a poor risk? Take a Look and See...

    Free Verse Poem: Random Risk Taking

    Free Verse Poem: Random Risk Taking

    by Threekeys6

  • Poems inspired by the autumn season. Autumn is a beautiful season filled with vibrant changing colors.

    Poems about Autumn

    Poems about Autumn

    by Nithya Venkat37

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  • There is no greater pain than being taken from somewhere that gives you strength, heals you, replenishes you. It is as though my own blood has been pulled from me...

    Show Me the Stars, My Love

    Show Me the Stars, My Love

    by Rose4

  • Old friendships are best; and an old friend who is a close friend is a divine favor. This poem describes and expresses appreciation for the sweet pleasure and joy of a long-term good friendship.

    Poem:  The Pleasure and Joy of an Old Friendship

    Poem: The Pleasure and Joy of an Old Friendship

    by Dora Weithers33

  • This is about the amazing, undeniable bond between a mother and her son that will never be forgotten and cannot be driven away by any force or by any distance. Because of this bond, they hear each other's agonies and feel each other's pains, with no effort at all.

    Quiet Insanity: A Telepathic Intuition Between Mother and Son

    Quiet Insanity: A Telepathic Intuition Between Mother and Son

    by Helen Kramer6

  • A Love Letter to My Mother are expressive words about a mom who battled cancer bravely. It was the last Valentine's Day gift that was given by her daughter.

    A Love Letter To My Mother

    A Love Letter To My Mother

    by Julianna106

  • Contemplation about why things are as they are versus how to change them.

    Especially Now

    Especially Now

    by shanmarie20

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  • A man pursues his prize with poetic pick-up lines rhyming in -ine and -ime only to find that he is declined. Will he ever find his Valentine? Maybe, if the stars align. This poem is satirical.

    The Valentine Pick-Up Line

    The Valentine Pick-Up Line

    by JourneyHolm6

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  • This land is your land this land hold's life between our bread precious land we are in the Godly land. Please give me your most powerful hand

    I Wonder Why Love Became a Bread

    I Wonder Why Love Became a Bread

    by Robin Carretti8

  • Haiku poems are great reads. They capture the mind and opens the clouds of imagination indeed. Here are some haiku poems for you.

    Best Haiku Poems

    Best Haiku Poems

    by Clive Williams5

  • If you find old age amusing, or even if you don't, reading this poem about getting older will make you smile. If you are younger, just remember that we all grow older one day - it could happen to you!

    Getting Old Is Not Amusing - A Poem

    Getting Old Is Not Amusing - A Poem

    by Stephanie Henkel116

  • A Poem I wrote for my 3 sons. Oh how I miss those days so much. Getting a smile from a gentle touch. Watching you sleep was such a joy.I was blessed with 3 baby boys.

    Poem For My Three Sons

    Poem For My Three Sons

    by Susan Zutautas65

  • A Poem about the hardships that come with old age that I have observed having been in the company in recent times, of people who are advanced in years.

    The Old People: A Poem

    The Old People: A Poem

    by David Edward Lynch4

  • Flowers are the most beautiful creations of Mother Nature. Capturing their beauty in camera is not easy. You can't feel their tenderness, and their fragrance. But flower pictures are a visual delight.

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    by Chitrangada Sharan34

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  • I want to cry when I realize in what time I live. In time where most of people are 'cold' and have forgotten the power of pen.

    The Power of Pen

    The Power of Pen

    by Pir Mudasir9

  • The age is of peril and we fail not To drag this peculiar load of uncertainty

    The World of Warfare

    The World of Warfare

    by xFaheemZ2

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