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  • The breeze of air around us has evolved into an assortment of aroma, thanks to the distillation set-ups extracting oils from fruits, flowers, grasses and leaves in chemistry laboratories. Not only do these aromas make us unique, but these also show our personality.

    Fragrant Chemistry

    Fragrant Chemistry

    by Jillian Talavera0

  • 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

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  • A lyrical poem designed to carry the reader from the humble beginnings of a man to the arrogance of a self-dubbed god.

    Rise Up, Oh Humankind: A Poem

    Rise Up, Oh Humankind: A Poem

    by Chris Mills11

  • 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 Sharan32

  • The piano became my musical journey through life, rescuing me from pain, poverty and neglect. I honor the piano with my poem and celebrate the very life and heart that beats within it's resonant walls.

    Prelude to the Piano: A Poem

    Prelude to the Piano: A Poem

    by Audrey Hunt34

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

    Poems about Autumn

    Poems about Autumn

    by Nithya Venkat38

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  • 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

  • Ending a complicated relationship is a difficult task with many mixed feelings for the couple. This article uses the Villanelle poetry form to illustrate the back and forth intensity of a break up.

    Breaking Up to End a Complicated Relationship

    Breaking Up to End a Complicated Relationship

    by Janis Leslie Evans24

  • A fun love poem for Halloween. Every pot has its lid - you don't have to be good-looking to attract love, and it's time we all recognize that. Pumpkin photos and a poll too.

    Pumpkin Pie - A Halloween Poem

    Pumpkin Pie - A Halloween Poem

    by Diana Grant5

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  • This is a poem of a person who is lost deep in the heart of grief and loss. It describes a place of clouds called black rollers, wind, and dark magic. As he sits in his room with curtains pulled, the sun comes out. Only the curtain shields him from the brightness of the sun.

    Ode to the Darkness

    Ode to the Darkness

    by Chris Mills27

  • Be thankful for every new thing that happens to your life.

    One...two...three

    One...two...three

    by Winnie Sagina0

  • This is a silly poem that tells the tale of a man's first date with a really hot woman. As it turns out, she's simply too hot.

    She's Too Hot: Comedy Poetry

    She's Too Hot: Comedy Poetry

    by Chris Mills28

  • Who are these ghosts from the past? Ourselves at different stages of our lives, the people we loved, and the memories left behind of those we cherished.

    Ghosts from the Past

    Ghosts from the Past

    by Lora Hollings53

  • In this article, I dedicated a poem to the Father, discussed the relationship of colors and literature, and I Provided some usual symbolic meanings of colors in poetry and other creative works.

    Colors in Poetry: I'm Your Portrait, Father: A Poem

    Colors in Poetry: I'm Your Portrait, Father: A Poem

    by Tim Truzy18

  • My recent interest in Vincent Van Gogh's earthy and beautiful art has led me to write this poem.

    Poem: I Am Van Gogh

    Poem: I Am Van Gogh

    by Mark Tulin21

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  • A humorous look into the day of a parent.

    Parenting

    Parenting

    by Jamie Lee Hamann2

  • through this poem, we can understand about the increasingly bad nature. and understand the importance of protecting the environment today.

    Tropical Forest Cries: A Poem

    Tropical Forest Cries: A Poem

    by Halley Kawistoro2

  • I wrote many poems to my mom as a tribute to my Mom, Muys Schram de Jong-Meijst, who reached the age of 100 years on August 24, 2011

    Poems to My Mom

    Poems to My Mom

    by Titia Geertman173

  • 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

  • Haiku poetry is an ancient Japanese art form that captures a feeling about nature in a few short lines. Here are some haiku about cats, a few by modern writers, some by ancient poets, and lots more written by me.

    Haiku Poems For Kids About Cats and Kittens

    Haiku Poems For Kids About Cats and Kittens

    by Beth Eaglescliffe4

  • 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 Shay7

  • 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 Howe19

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  • And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: (John 16:8)

    Judgment is Beautiful

    Judgment is Beautiful

    by mabelhenry2

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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 Grove89

  • I wrote this poem for Halloween 2018. It is one of my Off the Shelf series and is inspired by the title of the Stephen King novel Salem's Lot. I hope it scares you, just a little.

    Salem's Lot, a Poem for Halloween

    Salem's Lot, a Poem for Halloween

    by John Hansen46

  • Many women give up breastfeeding because their expectations do not match reality. This poem tries to change naiive expectations with a humorous look at the reality of breastfeeding a newborn

    'If,' a Poem About Breastfeeding

    'If,' a Poem About Breastfeeding

    by Lucy Aslan1

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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 Hansen45

  • 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 Truzy18

  • Losing it unexpectedly in an instant can happen to anyone for reasons not all of us can understand. In this fast-paced world, eyes that understand and ears that simply listen are actually all we need to have a reason to move forward.

    A Certain Hope

    A Certain Hope

    by Jillian Talavera0

  • A poem to offer some inspiration when life seems to be dealing you the bad hand of cards or offering you lemons. There is always light at the end of the tunnel or other blessings not at first noticable.

    It's Better Than It First Appears, a Poem

    It's Better Than It First Appears, a Poem

    by John Hansen41

  • 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 Hansen39

  • There are four types of love ~ Agape, Philia, Storge and Eros. These poems describe each type of love and their meanings.

    What Are the Four Types of Love?

    What Are the Four Types of Love?

    by Faith Reaper53

  • Here is an inspirational epic poem about how one man taught a pupil how to believe in himself again. The story behind it is really intriguing.

    Believe In Yourself Again

    Believe In Yourself Again

    by Erick Hernandez2

  • Often we find ourselves in the middle of mental fatigue that we forget to look at the periphery of our journey to see the beauty of simplicity and to hear the laughter of the purest creatures on Earth: children.

    Cherished Change in Mood

    Cherished Change in Mood

    by Jillian Talavera0

  • As Mother's Day fast approaches many of us are scrambling to find the perfect gift for our mothers. For Mothers Day this year I decided to create a collection of poems and art pieces to celebrate motherhood. This hub features a few of my poems for...

    Flowers for Mother: Mothers Day Poems and Gifts for Mothers

    Flowers for Mother: Mothers Day Poems and Gifts for Mothers

    by Moyra15

  • Whether swimming, floating or just splashing, the sea has the nurturing feel of a mother’s lap or bosom, making it my second favorite Caribbean thing difficult to let go. The hills are in first place.

    Some Caribbean Things Difficult to Let Go

    Some Caribbean Things Difficult to Let Go

    by Dora Weithers50

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  • Poetry is one of my favorite forms of writing! I published one of my favorite poems called "Memories." Enjoy!

    Memories by Ellie Starks

    Memories by Ellie Starks

    by Ellie Starks4

  • 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 Weithers36

  • A marriage troubled by broken trust can lead to the decision to end it. Staying together to save a broken marriage is a viable choice for those couples who want to save their marriage and not end it.

    How to Save My Marriage and Stay Together

    How to Save My Marriage and Stay Together

    by Janis Leslie Evans18

  • 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 Evans40

  • 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 My Love Obsession Secret

    Love Poem Keeps My Love Obsession Secret

    by Janis Leslie Evans63

  • 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 Truzy10

  • 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 Hollings45

  • 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 Poulsen20

  • A good love poem is better than any valuable gift to a girl. A short love poem for a girl can be a memorable gift for her. Here is a collection of some great and unique short love poems which you should not miss.

    A Great Collection of Short Love Poems for a Girl

    A Great Collection of Short Love Poems for a Girl

    by pinappu10

  • A beautiful romantic love poem about the passion within that brings deep joy and affection.

    Passion Within, a Love Poem

    Passion Within, a Love Poem

    by William Coeur2

  • 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, Poetry

    Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Poetry

    by Yancosky7

  • What an incredible experience I had of God breaking through my sorrow and despair and 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 Colbo15

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  • This article provides a poem about a jockey and his horse as well as information about horses.

    Horses in Poetry: A Poem

    Horses in Poetry: A Poem

    by Tim Truzy13

  • My sister, My sibling, What have you done? Betrayed me, Dismayed me, Who have you become? Our father Our mother Grow older, regress My heart aches I care take Yet feel no duress They raised us They praised us Yet...

    Family Betrayal: My Sister Is No More

    Family Betrayal: My Sister Is No More

    by Susan Reid267

  • 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

  • They say people who pass into our lives come and go. But choosing to keep the memories alive we had with one another is our decision. We don't always have to let go. We simply have to understand that we all have different paths to take; in the end, the universal thread will always weave us together.

    Class 2015

    Class 2015

    by Jillian Talavera0

  • 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 Truzy30

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  • Not all of us had an incredible friends. Many backstabbers, snakes but there are also the real ones. So shout out to people who have this two kinds of people in their life!

    Real and Fake - A Poem About Friendship

    Real and Fake - A Poem About Friendship

    by Pearly June0

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  • To the imaginative mind there is nothing called boredom. Armchair travel is great but travel on the wings of imagination is exotic. Journey with me to exotic lands and see the beauty with your eyes open.

    With Eyes Closed - A Poem

    With Eyes Closed - A Poem

    by Dawn4

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  • 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

  • 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 Attract - Poetry

    Opposites Attract - Poetry

    by Yancosky20

  • 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 Hansen33

  • These are haiku about the sun, the all powerful sun chasing winter cold, melting ice and snow, making way for spring to dawn. The winter cold ends and spring begins. Winter fearing the sun?

    Haiku - The Almighty Sun

    Haiku - The Almighty Sun

    by Nithya Venkat38

  • Addictions, cravings, and desires. We all have them. Some are more powerful than others.

    Smoked Salmon Addiction

    Smoked Salmon Addiction

    by JourneyHolm2

  • 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 Geertman2

  • 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 sonfollowers29

  • 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 Kramer7

  • A poem about being lost and alone.

    Cold-A Poem

    Cold-A Poem

    by Kari Poulsen50

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  • I can't imagine a life without prayer. As we give our troubles to a higher power we are promised peace. If you haven't tried prayer you are missing the greatest of all gifts. My loss is tolerable ..

    My Fervent Prayer - A Moment With God

    My Fervent Prayer - A Moment With God

    by Audrey Hunt55

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  • With the digital world conquering the globe nowadays, a trip to the library or the old gesture of leafing through the pages of a book becomes an option that most us may not even consider. Yet books tell a lot more story aside from its content: the origins of our curiosity.

    Gliding Through the Pages

    Gliding Through the Pages

    by Jillian Talavera0

  • Connecting with nature regularly leads us to a spiritual awakening. As we become one with Mother Earth our own value increases. This powerful increase in self-love reaches out to all mankind. Our spiritual center is recognized.

    Divine Presence Found in Mother Nature

    Divine Presence Found in Mother Nature

    by Audrey Hunt38

  • 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

  • A collection of poems about the aches of love, the feeling of abandonment, and the grace of a friend. Three poems written by a young dreamer, a poet who creates stories about chaos, pain, and hope.

    The Beginning Of The End: Poetry Collection

    The Beginning Of The End: Poetry Collection

    by Daniela E0

  • I love all seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each has its own specific beauty.

    Poem - Sestina - Seasons

    Poem - Sestina - Seasons

    by Titia Geertman0

  • A humorous poem about apologies, the non-apology apology, and advice about the proper way to apologize. Just saying "I'm sorry" is a good start but not enough.

    How to Say "I'm Sorry": The Apology Poem

    How to Say "I'm Sorry": The Apology Poem

    by Catherine Giordano8

  • A large number of new wave poets are now posting their poetry on Instagram. I decided to join this new trend of writing ultra-short poems specifically for Instagram too.

    Instagram Specific Poems - Short and Sweet

    Instagram Specific Poems - Short and Sweet

    by John Hansen61

  • 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 Giordano48

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  • Having a happy and successful life depends more on our attitude to what it throws at us and our drive rather than talent, wealth, looks or anything else.This poem attempts to focus on that belief.

    This Game That We Call Life - a Poem

    This Game That We Call Life - a Poem

    by John Hansen44

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  • Growing up, we tend to learn from our surroundings and sometimes certain things make our memories fonder to remember and a tree house in every kid's life is one to remember.

    Tree House (a Narrative Poem)

    Tree House (a Narrative Poem)

    by JayDee2

  • Two more poems exploring ideas that fly into my head! I thought of the possible difficulties with breathing and also of the rhythms that come with sleep & how words are exhaled as we sleep.

    Poetry Month, April 2018: 'Breathe' 1 and 2

    Poetry Month, April 2018: 'Breathe' 1 and 2

    by Ann Carr24

  • Sorry to say it awkwardly Obvious , a bitter meet come accidentally Ready to shout boldly Rain lays your memory bravely You broke this true love carelessely Stop tricking cruelly Openly ; you did it deliberately

    SORRY...

    SORRY...

    by Sanaa Najim4

  • Love, pain, and suffering- All these can be found in my notebook

    Notebook

    Notebook

    by John Israel Openiano1

  • This poem takes a lot of inspiration from one of my favourite poets A B (Banjo) Paterson who wrote Waltzing Matilda and the Man From Snowy River among others.

    The Land That Noah Forgot, a Poem

    The Land That Noah Forgot, a Poem

    by John Hansen36

  • "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 Weithers53

  • A collection of poetry, quotes, thoughts and observations on the subject of friendship

    Thoughts of Friendship

    Thoughts of Friendship

    by John Hansen77

  • In celebration of National Poetry Month, the gift of spring rain is expressed in four haiku.

    Spring Rain Haiku

    Spring Rain Haiku

    by Janis Leslie Evans30

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  • 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 Fourie7

  • 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 Truzy8

  • A poem of contemplation and inspiration about life in general. Whether you are a Christian or not, religious or not, most of us believe in good and evil and making the right choices. In this poem, the words 'satan' and 'God' could be transposed by 'evil' and 'good.'

    Beneath Your Skin, a Poem to Inspire

    Beneath Your Skin, a Poem to Inspire

    by John Hansen59

  • 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

  • This is an ode to my musical mother-in-law. If there was one thing that could define her, it would be her love of music.

    Poem: The Music of You

    Poem: The Music of You

    by Mark Tulin26

  • Living in a country in which I do not “belong.” Not the greatest feeling. Constantly wondering if one day home will finally feel like home.

    United We State, United We Are Not.

    United We State, United We Are Not.

    by Blankah Camarillo1

  • 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

  • People are not divided into good and bad, hero and villain. Our world is simply a balance of different human choices and decisions. And what we must understand is that the ones we make will always affect that balance.

    Gray

    Gray

    by Jillian Talavera0

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  • 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 Hansen47

  • 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 Henkel120

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