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  • You are one of a kind is about not giving up when life throws you a curve ball. God has made each of us for a reason. Take another step for God is walking with you. God has a plan for your life.

    Poem: You Are One of a Kind

    Poem: You Are One of a Kind

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE0

  • This poem was inspired by a conversation I had with one of my professors about people with visual impairments. I've also included the different ways in which people with vision loss are frequently portrayed in literature.

    Vision Loss in Poetry: Why Can't You See Me? A Poem

    Vision Loss in Poetry: Why Can't You See Me? A Poem

    by Tim Truzy11

  • 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 Williams10

  • An inspirational poem about angels, in memory of the 11th anniversary of my grandfather passing away this month

    The Nine Orders of Angels

    The Nine Orders of Angels

    by Kristen Howe21

  • Just a short and simple poem that may at first seem like a nonsense verse but is really about how we are often judged by appearances.

    Loose Shoes, a Poem

    Loose Shoes, a Poem

    by John Hansen58

  • Thank you, Lord is about a person being grateful for his presence when life has him down.

    Poem: Thank You, Lord

    Poem: Thank You, Lord

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE8

  • Plastic pollution is a worldwide environmental problem that is a danger to marine life, including seabirds, turtles and whales, and plastic has entered the food chain so is also a danger to humans.

    Plastic Poem is about plastic pollution

    Plastic Poem is about plastic pollution

    by Steve Andrews45

  • Toxic personalities can be more readily realized for their astonishing acting skills after their productions are entirely over, as opposed to during the height of their performances (when we are wholly drawn in by the song and dance). I am speaking of Narcissists, and their cunning deceptions.

    Toxic, Poetry

    Toxic, Poetry

    by Tamara Yancosky16

  • This article contains data about lighthouses, four books about the topic, and a poem about a fictional lighthouse keeper.

    Lighthouses in Poetry: A Poem

    Lighthouses in Poetry: A Poem

    by Tim Truzy11

  • A poem about terminal illness and how you should act towards someone who has been told they have an incurable disease and they don't have long to live.

    Don't Say Sorry (It's Not Your Fault)

    Don't Say Sorry (It's Not Your Fault)

    by John Hansen111

  • A world of peeling paint and mildew, Where things stop working like clapped out minds. Looking across desolate concrete, I wonder why hope is so hard to find, I wonder where dreams go, When the dreamer gives up and looks the other way ...

    Poem About Child Poverty in the UK

    Poem About Child Poverty in the UK

    by Polly C6

  • I think that alot of us have always had a sort of romantic notion of cowboys. Away from the peering eyes of society and trappings of a more conventional life, these individuals symbolize adventure, independence, and a free spirit which have always captured our imaginations and fascination.

    The Lady and the Cowboy

    The Lady and the Cowboy

    by Lora Hollings48

  • A poem for a lady who had inspired me.

    Super Lady

    Super Lady

    by Rochelle Ann De Zoysa17

  • Recently, I have been going through a case of overload, trying to juggle family life with it’s constant challenges, trying to cram in more travelling and experiences, as well as my reading and writing responsibilities. These poems are the result contemplating these matters.

    Twisted and Intertwined

    Twisted and Intertwined

    by John Hansen53

  • Acrostic name poems are simple poems in which the first letter of each line forms a word or phrase vertically, it uses each letter of the name to begin an inspiring phrase.

    Acrostic Name Poems

    Acrostic Name Poems

    by MM Del Rosario651

  • I wrote this poem for my wife, a wonderful person. I've also included some famous television couples which keep us smiling when thinking of the joys of marriage.

    Love Poetry: A poem for My Wife

    Love Poetry: A poem for My Wife

    by Tim Truzy40

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  • This poem is about an alcoholic's struggle with habit and it's temptation.

    Just a Few Drops

    Just a Few Drops

    by Tiyasha Maitra14

  • Loving An Addict: My hope is that by sharing my experience through a compilation of poetry, it will help others in similar situations and also give addicts some understanding of what those that care about them go through.

    LOVING AN ADDICT ~ A Poetry Compilation Plus

    LOVING AN ADDICT ~ A Poetry Compilation Plus

    by Sharon Smith85

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  • Poem about a woman still dealing with the issues of her childhood. They stay inside of f her although she is older.

    Hidden Shame

    Hidden Shame

    by Cheryl E Preston10

  • A poem to express a yearning to fly.

    I Cannot Fly

    I Cannot Fly

    by Lorna Lamon54

  • I wrote this poem before I had found Jesus, my life was in turmoil and my love life kept crashing around me, as I pondered these things I decided to take the pledge of being single, forsake love and learn to fly on the wings of the strongest Angels butterfly wings...

    The Strongest Angel with Butterfly Wings

    The Strongest Angel with Butterfly Wings

    by Donna Rayne8

  • Through poetry, inspiring quotes by spiritual leaders, and videos that show the capacity for love in other species, I hope that you will enjoy my article on the power of love.

    The Gift of Love

    The Gift of Love

    by Lora Hollings40

  • This poem follows the style of Poe's "The Raven," though it is slightly shortened. The title is actually taken from one of his other short stories, the very dark "The Black Cat," so in a way this is a tribute to Edgar Allen Poe, though slightly tongue in cheek.

    The Black Cat - a Poe'm

    The Black Cat - a Poe'm

    by John Hansen65

  • Snowflakes are beautiful creations of nature. Expressing the beauty of snowflakes in haiku form attempts to capture that beauty in 17 syllables. Haiku can be difficult to create because it forces you to think of nature at its most basic and pure.

    The Beauty of Snowflakes in Haiku

    The Beauty of Snowflakes in Haiku

    by Cynthia B Turner60

  • It's an eternal question without a hope to find an answer which would please a philosopher---but that's why we have poetry to keep trying with its answers hidden in a bouquet of rhymes.

    Who Am I Without Others' Labels?: A Poem

    Who Am I Without Others' Labels?: A Poem

    by Vladimir Karas30

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  • Open your ears as well as your mind when the Word Bird is nears because this is My Time, My Year... Flying from the ground up bringing poetic truth with me...

    My Time, My Year

    My Time, My Year

    by Malik S Canty0

  • This is a poem about a mysterious woman. Who is she and what secrets does she hold? It is a thriller expressed through poetry; a story with blood and gunshot...that travels five thousand miles...

    A Poem about a Mysterious Woman

    A Poem about a Mysterious Woman

    by Polly C19

  • A poem about being lost and alone.

    Cold-A Poem

    Cold-A Poem

    by Kari Poulsen63

  • This is a reminder to always be learning something new and always strive to grow. The moment you stop doing either is the moment you stop being. No one can ever rob you of your knowledge...it is a priceless gift you give yourself.

    Ride a Rocket to Knowledge: Poem

    Ride a Rocket to Knowledge: Poem

    by Audrey Hunt38

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  • Sometimes we are intrigued about ourselves. The question comes in the mind about our purpose in this world. This poetry is an effort to showcase that mental situation in us.

    Who Am I - Searching for My Identity

    Who Am I - Searching for My Identity

    by Umesh Chandra Bhatt18

  • To find your soul mate and share your life with them is the most incredible thing on the face of the Earth. Birthdays are a great time to celebrate such a relationship. Here is a poem for mine on his birthday. Hope you enjoy it as he did.

    Happy Birthday to my soulmate and friend - a poem

    Happy Birthday to my soulmate and friend - a poem

    by Sophie49

  • This article is about a woman whose visits to an old house lead to an unexpected encounter with the supernatural.

    The House on Fourth Street

    The House on Fourth Street

    by Lora Hollings18

  • Christian Easter poems for children will give each young person a chance to use their memory skills and gain public speaking experience in a fun way. They also learn to work together successfully...

    Christian Easter Poems for Children

    Christian Easter Poems for Children

    by BIGCSSHOP0

  • It's a collection of poems I've written the previous years. I mean, the words were just lying in my notebook which was sitting on my bookshelf, so, I decided to share it to the world, because, hey, who would want to just sit around in a dark corner when you can be out & mess with the universe.

    A Poetry: A Million Things I Want to Tell You

    A Poetry: A Million Things I Want to Tell You

    by Ann Pejana3

  • Painting and poetry rely on similar materials. One is color. As a famous painter has averred, his power of color came through painting. A poet might reckon a similar notion.

    Original Poem: "Power of Color" with Commentary

    Original Poem: "Power of Color" with Commentary

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • What is a mermaid? No-one truly knows. Real or mythical, these poems reflect thoughts beyond realities, and how mermaids can be shaped to conform to the ideal of anyone’s perception.

    Poems About Mermaids

    Poems About Mermaids

    by Colleen Swan10

  • An acrostic poem is written so that you can read a word downwards using the first letter of each letter. Each line starts with a word beginning with the designated letter. Here are examples of acrostic name poems using names of boys.

     Acrostic Name Poems For Boys

    Acrostic Name Poems For Boys

    by MM Del Rosario227

  • Just a little poem I wrote to pass the time. I guess the idea may stem from the usual writer's feelings of "despite all my hard work will I ever be successful in the literary field?"

    The Invisible Man, a Poem

    The Invisible Man, a Poem

    by John Hansen49

  • Roses, Lilies, Pansies-the fabulous flowers of February. February is the month, when the winter season is about to end in India, and the spring season is all set to begin. This is the perfect month, for spreading brightness, and fragrance, that rejuvenates and fills you with positive thoughts.

    Fabulous and Fragrant, Flowers of February (Poem)

    Fabulous and Fragrant, Flowers of February (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan50

  • It is common for us as human beings to judge others. We tend to compare and compete, analyze and label each other, as we try to establish our own value in this world. A poem is offered.

    Poem on Judging Others or Being Judged

    Poem on Judging Others or Being Judged

    by Janis Leslie Evans22

  • A collection of twenty-five haiku describing certain aspects of nature, bodies of water, weather and the need for rain.

    A Haiku Anthology

    A Haiku Anthology

    by John Hansen52

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  • Wait… Where are you going? It will only take a second…I promise Please let me catch to you... she tries to catch up to Jesus and says, "What is this that you are carrying and may I help you carry that?"

    Jesus, Can I Talk to You For a Minute?

    Jesus, Can I Talk to You For a Minute?

    by Donna Rayne13

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  • She moves with God’s grace; dancing through the trees in the misty gardens above... She takes flight; moves through the waterfalls with such delight, with the wind beneath her wings as she looks for her one true love...

    ~~~The Flight of the Butterfly~~~

    ~~~The Flight of the Butterfly~~~

    by Donna Rayne22

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  • Only he can is about how he touches her heart refreshing it with new possibilities. He lights a fire of passion no storm can destroy. Only he can make her feel this way craving the path to an unknown journey.

    Poem: Only He Can

    Poem: Only He Can

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE8

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  • Oh, I thought she is happy, but it seems like no body, noticed one thing Little star is dull but she shines as bright as anyone else

    Twinkling Star

    Twinkling Star

    by Jayen0

  • This is a collection of poems that I wrote about nature and wildlife, and our interactions with the natural world.

    16 Poems About Nature

    16 Poems About Nature

    by Melissa Clason0

  • Staring at the sky fascinates me, anytime in the day, evening, or night. The many soothing colours forming in the sky, and it’s vastness inspires, and motivates to move forward, and keep going. They remind us of the unlimited possibilities, we have in our lives.

    Endless and Infinite: 10 Best Sky Quotes and Pictures (My Photography)

    Endless and Infinite: 10 Best Sky Quotes and Pictures (My Photography)

    by Chitrangada Sharan42

  • This is White Cloud's Prayer - the prayer that I say every day. It's a prayer that connects all people regardless of spiritual or religious beliefs...it's a very beautiful prayer. I hope you agree.

    White Cloud's Prayer

    White Cloud's Prayer

    by Cheryl Kohan74

  • This poem is following a current theme I seem to be on at the moment. It endeavours to give some valuable or common sense advice about life and how to approach it.

    An Eye for an Ear, an Inspirational Poem

    An Eye for an Ear, an Inspirational Poem

    by John Hansen41

  • Free verse dramatic love poetry by Ryan C. Beitler, Free verse poetry, poetry, lyric poetry, dramatic poetry

    Free Verse Dramatic Love Poetry

    Free Verse Dramatic Love Poetry

    by Ryan Christopher Beitler0

  • These poems honor mothers for the contribution they give to their children's lives. Mothers nurture our bodies, minds, and souls. By providing us with a loving and safe environment in which to grow, they cultivate psychological health and enable us to realize our full potential.

    Inspiring Poems About Mothers

    Inspiring Poems About Mothers

    by Lora Hollings10

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  • A Tale of how a young man who was a frog wanted a kiss to become a Prince.

    I Once Was a Prince

    I Once Was a Prince

    by Clive Williams14

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  • Love is an inner application.

    Je T'aime

    Je T'aime

    by The Eloquent Heart Writer2

  • 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

  • This poem deals with modernisation and its effect upon humanity. We need to be humane when running after change. The saddest part is humane qualities are at stake, is it a right path to modernity.

    The Journey of Modernisation (Poem)

    The Journey of Modernisation (Poem)

    by Shampa Sadhya17

  • Every soul that walks on the earth has his/her sky (skies). For me as a child, it was the physical sky—this same sky we all know. As at the time I wrote this poem my sky was assuming different meanings. That kept me asking, "When shall I(we) touch the sky?" The answer lies hitherto in every hearts.

    When Shall I Touch the Sky?

    When Shall I Touch the Sky?

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo0

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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 Hansen49

  • A paper has more patience than people.A little piece of paper can make this world eternal;because paper is eternal.

    A paper has more patience

    A paper has more patience

    by asmaiftikhar42

  • Do not shy away from expressing your gratitude, to the people who have made you, loved you unconditionally, helped you in anyway. Remember to say thanks each day, to the Mother Nature for its innumerable blessings of crops, trees etc., the abundance of Sunshine, and Moonlight, rivers and rain.

    Countless Reasons to Say Thank You—Poem

    Countless Reasons to Say Thank You—Poem

    by Chitrangada Sharan41

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  • He wants her is about his passion melting the chaos, leaving her in relaxation. She senses his affection as he wraps his arms around her. She feels his tender love as he embraces her with a seductive look in his eyes. She is no longer alone. He is sharing his life with hers.

    Poem: He Wants Her

    Poem: He Wants Her

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE14

  • In Remembrance of those who gave all they could possibly give in service to this Country; they gave their lives! Recognizing their sacrifice shouldn't be minimized to one day per year, they should be remembered and acknowledged, often!

    Answering the Call, Meant Giving All

    Answering the Call, Meant Giving All

    by A B Williams24

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  • I love how you...is about how he acts like a true gentleman. Like a breathe of fresh air after a rain when he insists she relax. He pays attention, making each detail worthy. He boast praises letting their love shine. He understands they are family.

    Poem: I Love How You...

    Poem: I Love How You...

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE4

  • 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 Julianna114

  • Waterfalls are fascinating creations of nature embracing the sun and the spirit of nature.

    Waterfalls-Haiku

    Waterfalls-Haiku

    by Nithya Venkat39

  • This poem features a fantasy version of a real flight that was at once scary and fun, somewhat like the poem. Hey, maybe in the scheme of things all poems are scary but fun!

    Original Poem: "Red Holiday" with Commentary

    Original Poem: "Red Holiday" with Commentary

    by Linda Sue Grimes2

  • Through inspiring pictures, a poem relating a story about an angel and a message she brings, a poem about giving and the blessings we receive, and quotes about angels, I hope that this article will truly inspire readers to see that angels can be our guides for living on earth.

    Angels as Guides for Living

    Angels as Guides for Living

    by Lora Hollings30

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  • Is there life after death? What's next for us? What do you believe? There are so many possibilities.

    Unstoppable Possibilities

    Unstoppable Possibilities

    by Jason Nicolosi23

  • Poetry is a play on words, using structure and verse form. A poet's play on words and rhyme comes forth most eloquently through a sacred process, as he pulls from the most intimate places of his soul.

    How Rhyme Flows From the Soul With Poetic Word Play

    How Rhyme Flows From the Soul With Poetic Word Play

    by Janis Leslie Evans46

  • Road rage is something that most of us have experienced and the more vehicles that take to the road the more road rage incidents will occur. It is a topic I have never written about before so I thought it was about time in this poem.

    Road Rage, a Semi-Satirical Poem

    Road Rage, a Semi-Satirical Poem

    by John Hansen35

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  • "Easy To Love" is a poem dedicated to my daughter-in-law. There is also my wedding day prayer, my first anniversary prayer and my everyday Bible prayers for the woman my son has chosen to be his wife.

    Poem and Prayers for My Daughter In Law

    Poem and Prayers for My Daughter In Law

    by Dora Weithers62

  • Humor should be an essential part of your day. You could find some humor with haiku poems. I hope my hilarious haikus about friends make you appreciate your funny friends...

    Haiku for Friends

    Haiku for Friends

    by Linda Bilyeu51

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  • Following is acrostic name poems for girl’s names starting with E. These acrostic name poems are for Elizabeth, Ella, Ellie, Ellen, Emare Rose, Emi, Emilee, Emily, Emma, Erica, Erin, Esmeralda, Esther, Ethel, Eunice, Eve and Evelyn. If you want...

    Acrostic Name Poems for Girls Names Starting with E

    Acrostic Name Poems for Girls Names Starting with E

    by Ginger Meow49

  • 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 sonfollowers31

  • I wrote a poem on how I feel being unemployed but it may not apply to you.

    Poem: Unemployed

    Poem: Unemployed

    by Li-Jen Hew15

  • Sometimes when just sitting and contemplating a “what if..?” thought pops into my head. One thing that struck me recently was, “What if the pens dried up, and computer keyboards didn’t work, so there was no longer any way to actually write?”

    The Day the Pens Ran Dry ~ a Poem

    The Day the Pens Ran Dry ~ a Poem

    by John Hansen58

  • Every child is unique and very special and I sincerely hope that this article will impress upon us as parents, teachers, and all who come into contact with our children that we can help them see what a precious gift life is and to feel good about themselves.

    The Magic of Being-Helping Children To Be Happy With Who They Are

    The Magic of Being-Helping Children To Be Happy With Who They Are

    by Lora Hollings38

  • This article celebrates Valentine's Day with a special poem about showing love for all life on earth as we read about a ladybug queen who tends to her garden and lives by a simple creed to help those who are in need.

    The Ladybug Queen Poem

    The Ladybug Queen Poem

    by Lora Hollings26

  • Sit back, relax, and watch is about one trying to help someone who doesn't appreciate your effort. When someone acts insensitive not needing your help then turn a deaf ear. Sit back, relax and watch him start a sea of flames he cannot control.

    Poem: Sit Back, Relax, and Watch

    Poem: Sit Back, Relax, and Watch

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE8

  • A poem that celebrates nostalgia and things we may, or may not, miss.

    Nostalgia

    Nostalgia

    by Kari Poulsen25

  • A poem about endings and beginnings. Things happen and life changes. You have to accept that change and know that better things are in store for you.

    Moving Forward - Poem

    Moving Forward - Poem

    by Chloe25

  • The eagle is the king of birds, being able to soar higher and for longer than any other. Because of this it is seen as being closer to God and sometimes a symbol to represent the Lord himself.

    On the Wings of Eagles (an Inspirational Poem)

    On the Wings of Eagles (an Inspirational Poem)

    by John Hansen60

  • 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 Lynnley45

  • 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 go.

    Siblings--A Relationship Forever (Poem)

    Siblings--A Relationship Forever (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan45

  • Because a recent poem I wrote explored the darker sides of life and was quite confronting I decided a change of mood was needed, for both myself and readers. I hope this is more uplifting.

    The Truest Pleasure, a Poem to Lift Your Spirits

    The Truest Pleasure, a Poem to Lift Your Spirits

    by John Hansen46

  • Found poetry, which can also be a form a visual poetry, is when you take an exististing text and rearrange it, highlight it, cut it out, or in some other way alter it to make an original poem.

    Visual and Found Poetry

    Visual and Found Poetry

    by Sarah6

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  • Life can be like walking in a fog at times. I never noticed the similarities until recently, as I took a foggy morning walk around our farm.

    Life in a Fog

    Life in a Fog

    by Lisa Tippette4

  •   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 Grove92

  • These two poems are far removed from my usual style of poetry which is usually inspirational and encouraging. Though I can't really say these poems aren't those things, they do come from a much deeper and darker side of the psyche.

    Verses From a Troubled Mind

    Verses From a Troubled Mind

    by John Hansen69

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  • 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 Evans44

  • I've gotten caught up and have let things get ahead of me, allowing them to get the best of me. I need a break and must separate myself from those harmful things that sometimes, I just can't see!

    I Need to Escape and Get Away

    I Need to Escape and Get Away

    by A B Williams4

  • I wrote these poems to inspire people to make the most out of their lives. That things aren't always as bad as they seem, and our actions determine out happiness and contentment to a large degree. life is also short so don't waste it.

    Life Lessons, Poetry to Inspire

    Life Lessons, Poetry to Inspire

    by John Hansen41

  • 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 Lynnley36

  • Adrienne Rich is an astonishing woman who has used her writings to confront matters of women’s oppression and the need for women’s liberation from a world of male domination (Pope, “Rich’s Life and Career”). “Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers”...

    An Analysis of Adrienne Rich's "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers"

    An Analysis of Adrienne Rich's "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers"

    by Drea DeFoe7

  • A short, free verse poem to remind you to take a look at what you have and be thankful. Things could always be worse, don't devalue what you have for what could be waiting in the future. The future holds the same conclusion for us all.

    It Was Enough

    It Was Enough

    by Kyler J Falk6

  • In this short collection, I wrote haiku poetry concerning the four elements (water, fire, air, and earth).

    The Four Elements in Haiku

    The Four Elements in Haiku

    by Tim Truzy20

  • Set of 4 acrostic poems, a poem where the first letter of the first word of each line spells a word read vertically - often the title . The four subjects in this set are Moon, Dream, Pine, and Heart.

    Moon, and other acrostic poems

    Moon, and other acrostic poems

    by Karen A Szklany9

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  • A poem I wrote a few years ago, revisited. I find it fascinating to see how our ideas and styles change over time, yet the core remains unaltered. While I have edited this piece a great deal recently, my idea of triumph remains unaltered both in this writing and within myself.

    "Renaissance" a Poem of Triumph

    by Lecksi Katelyn Shuster0

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

    Poem - Childhood Memories

    Poem - Childhood Memories

    by Titia Geertman5

  • First Responders (Brawn and Brains), brave life-threatening dangers every day. What we consider epic, once-in-a-lifetime catastrophes are every day occurrences for these valiant heroes! These song lyrics are dedicated to these paladins who risk their lives to defend and protect us from monsters!

    First Responders, Song Lyrics

    First Responders, Song Lyrics

    by Tamara Yancosky11

  • This article contains a poem for my Grandmother, an introduction, and data about different types of flowers.

    Flowers in Poetry With a Poem

    Flowers in Poetry With a Poem

    by Tim Truzy17

  • Working takes a toll on your body lining your pockets with what seems to be a suitable reward...the almighty dollar

    Poem:  Taking It's Toll

    Poem: Taking It's Toll

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE10

  • Secret obsessions take over emotions and cloud good judgment. We yearn for that secret love to fulfill all of our dreams. We want to act on it but realize our obsession is best lived out as fantasy.

    Love Poem Keeps Love Obsession Secret

    Love Poem Keeps Love Obsession Secret

    by Janis Leslie Evans65

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  • Reading Linda Crampton's beautiful Haiku poetry today has made me want to publish some of my own attempts that have been languishing in my drafts file for awhile.

    'Dusk' in Haiku and Other Poems

    'Dusk' in Haiku and Other Poems

    by Verlie Burroughs16

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  • There are so many things in life that we have no control of. One of which is living the normal life payday after payday.

    The Reality of Working

    The Reality of Working

    by Ronadel Razon2

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ComscoreComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. Non-consent will result in ComScore only processing obfuscated personal data. (Privacy Policy)
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