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  • 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

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  • 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

  • I know, every day, my chance is running low. Getting you back is like building a dream in my illusion while awake. Tears swell my eyes. The wails of my soul have long roared in mute mourning, hope I never materialized.

    Wound Poetry

    Wound Poetry

    by Isykariman1

  • Life is a combination of sweet-sour experiences. It’s upto us to create a balance, in order to lead a worthwhile life. To imagine that there will be no obstacles in our lives ever, is not possible. Joys and sorrows are part of life. To enjoy the positives, you must have the taste of the negatives.

    Sweet-Sour Experiences of Life—Poem

    Sweet-Sour Experiences of Life—Poem

    by Chitrangada Sharan42

  • 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

  • This is a poem about prophets and saints - made in the tradition of the Psalms, Rubaiyat, and Qur'an.

    Sounds In Nature

    Sounds In Nature

    by Alexander James Guckenberger24

  • Rain falls to help the weak roots. Just observe how the rain seduces him and then quietly absorbs the gaps in every crevice attached to his body, then soaks the dry mass.

    Killing My Time

    Killing My Time

    by Isykariman4

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  • 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 Hansen107

  • 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 Evans65

  • After finding my identity, I made a lot of enigmas. This is a collection of "Enigmas" in my diary entries for friends and lovers.

    My Old Enigmas

    My Old Enigmas

    by Isykariman0

  • 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 pinappu14

  • A poem that exposes the twisted mentality of the trophy hunter and this blood sport from the animals’ perspective.

    The Trophy Hunter's Prize

    The Trophy Hunter's Prize

    by Lora Hollings11

  • 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

  • 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 Evans20

  • 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 Geertman4

  • 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

  • Narcissists will lead their followers down a dangerous path of cunning lies, deception, manipulation, and prolific brainwashing tactics. Narcissists are corrupt leaders, void of any accountability.

    Followers of the Dark, Narcissists

    Followers of the Dark, Narcissists

    by Tamara Yancosky15

  • 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

  • "My beauty will last as long as I live; No dwindling of charm you will see. I have found a way to boost my appeal As the years take their toll on me." All older people can benefit from this perspective.

    Becoming Seventy: Holding on to Real Beauty

    Becoming Seventy: Holding on to Real Beauty

    by Dora Weithers83

  • 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

  • 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

  • She fills your life with love, care, warmth, motivation, affection, blessings, hope and many more things, which only she can give. Love her, and respect her, today, and everyday.

    Who Is She? (A Poem)

    Who Is She? (A Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan39

  • As I started my poop poem journey, I thought of the name Hai-Poo for a Haiku style poem. I began to research Haiku rules because I certainly couldn't remember from learning in school! So here are a couple I've written! I hope you enjoy...take the quiz at the end to see what you know about a Haiku.

    Haiku Poems About Poop - Aka "Hai-Poo”

    Haiku Poems About Poop - Aka "Hai-Poo”

    by Sandra Holt2

  • 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

  • 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 Truzy10

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  • This is a poem about the mental illness, depression. It explains how hard it is to see the positive side of life when you're stuck in a depressive state. It describes some of the feelings and emotions that come along with depression and how difficult it is to be stuck feeling hopeless and sad.

    Depression's Dark Fog

    Depression's Dark Fog

    by Sheila A Myers3

  • You woke up my dry dreams, buried by violent dogmas wrapped in holy light. Breaking the hypocritical curtain, freeing the devil who welcomed the coming of al-Masih.

    Humble Word for the Insulted

    Humble Word for the Insulted

    by Isykariman0

  • 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

  • One Woman's Perspective. Abuse comes slowly. It creeps up like the tide; a tide infested with blood-red death. It poisons you slowly, over months; over years.

    She Stayed

    She Stayed

    by Jocelyn3

  • 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 Rosario650

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  • Missing something or someone, is probably the hardest feeling.. but nonetheless very beautiful :)

    All I Do, Is Remember You

    All I Do, Is Remember You

    by Priya Dinesh10

  • 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 Colbo16

  • Text messages and emails are the order of the day for communication. But can they compare with earlier handwritten letters, when an envelope was opened gently with curiosity, emotions and a smile?

    How I Miss Those Handwritten Letters?

    How I Miss Those Handwritten Letters?

    by Chitrangada Sharan28

  • 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

  • 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

  • Away from this vicious world, i aspire to get away.. seeking peace, love and bliss

    Oh Take Me With You

    Oh Take Me With You

    by Priya Dinesh6

  • Keeping Sociopaths away sometimes requires desperate measures. Pet guillotines do the trick! However, for obvious reasons, these are dangerous pets that need to be kept caged unless they are on attack-mode. My pet guillotine is trained to sense incoming Dark Personalities!

    Keeping Sociopaths Away

    Keeping Sociopaths Away

    by Tamara Yancosky4

  • A poem inspired by the power of music to make us calm down and inspire us to do great things.

    Power of Music, a Poem

    Power of Music, a Poem

    by Genevieve Brooks0

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  • Feelings of love in haiku form of poetry.

    In Love-Haiku

    In Love-Haiku

    by Nithya Venkat46

  • 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

  • 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 Tulin23

  • Haiku about the refreshing summer breeze that blows across the land gentle and refreshing. The summer breeze expressed in the form of haiku, read on.

    Summer Breeze Haiku

    Summer Breeze Haiku

    by Nithya Venkat50

  • 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

  • Marriage is a union between two people that exudes love. To my future husband, I hope that these words find you and that when we finally join together, our love will be divine.

    Dear My Future Husband

    Dear My Future Husband

    by Nelly Dawson0

  • 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

  • What happens when we die is a mystery. No one knows for sure what awaits us. Some claim certainty. I understand, but I do not agree. We really don't know. How could we know? No one has come back to tell us the truth.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    When I Fall: A Poem

    When I Fall: A Poem

    by Chris Mills32

  • 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 Reaper57

  • Endless love is a treasure that flows, tenderly and fragrantly; its sweetness enchants our path with an amazing, vibrant energy from the unprecedented joy it brings! True love is eternal.

    Endless Love

    Endless Love

    by Tamara Yancosky13

  • 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 Sharan41

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  • What is an Angry Dragon? This rhyming poem describes the Angry Dragon of debilitating Depression, Anxiety, and/or PTSD. The heroes of an Angry Dragon are its sufferers who live every day of their lives in its grip.

    What Is an Angry Dragon? PTSD

    What Is an Angry Dragon? PTSD

    by Tamara Yancosky13

  • 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, Narcissists

    Toxic, Narcissists

    by Tamara Yancosky16

  • 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

  • The robe of the Goddess, like Dione who must be willing to lose her soul mate, Aphrodite must also be prepared to lose her beauty. I am the most capable usurper, swallowing to the roots of beauty, which makes myself increasingly eternal.

    My Narcissistic Personality

    My Narcissistic Personality

    by Isykariman0

  • 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 Weithers38

  • Silence seems to have one of the loudest noise, capable of threatening the soul. Most times we don't see silence as possessive of a voice. Do you think silence has a voice? How does it speak to you?

    Battering Sounds of Silence

    Battering Sounds of Silence

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo4

  • A dark poem about an old curiosity shop in a rarely visited part of town. There is a saying, "Curiosity killed the cat."

    The Old Curiosity Shop, a Poem

    The Old Curiosity Shop, a Poem

    by John Hansen53

  • There's more to love than what we usually think.

    August Love

    August Love

    by De Mascotte0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 Hunt42

  • 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 Smith83

  • 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

  • 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 Giordano9

  • 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

  • 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

  • What inspired me to write this sonnet, was the quote "the most common man in the world is a poor man with talent".I adhere to the quote 100%.We are all talented, but the vast majority is not cultivating and fertilizing those talents as a result we end up living undesired lives .

    "The Most Common Man"

    "The Most Common Man"

    by SIYABONGA KHOLOLWAKHE NZUZA72

  • A poem. Poems are beyond words. Yet, they need words. How shall I describe?

    The Gods

    The Gods

    by Alexander James Guckenberger14

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  •   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 Grove91

  • It is a poem written on the facts of the Constitution of India. But, are the Indians enjoying the rights given by their Constitution? Protect it truly and enjoy Republic Day.

    The Constitution of India (Poem)

    The Constitution of India (Poem)

    by Shampa Sadhya30

  • 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 Henkel121

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  • Unconditional love is sometimes conditional, too.

    Conditional Love

    Conditional Love

    by Shannon Henry19

  • The author has deeply expressed the anguish of society and how the insane barbarian became obstructionists on the path of love. The author's love is so pure that he has expressed hope and trust that he can overcome thousands of barriers to prove the power of his immortal love.

    Immortal Love

    Immortal Love

    by Ganeswar Sahoo4

  • Opposites really do attract as evident in this rhyme below- including our own relationship memes! Spock is ever logical, and I am passionately emotional; yet, we are almost perfect for each other! Well, almost...

    Opposites Attract!

    Opposites Attract!

    by Tamara Yancosky22

  • 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

  • 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

  • “Crocodile Tears” can be sung to the same tune as “Born To Be Wild”, by Steppenwolf. I love the rhythm of this cool tune from 1968! I consider it to still be a big hit!

    Crocodile Tears

    Crocodile Tears

    by Tamara Yancosky8

  • When love is true you always want to be together with the one you love

    Always and Forevermore

    Always and Forevermore

    by Gypsy Rose Lee5

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 Evans42

  • 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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  • The bleakness of nature, amazes me, astounds me, and frightens me.

    Thunder, thunder...

    Thunder, thunder...

    by Priya Dinesh10

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  • This medieval poem is based on the novel "The Jester" co-authored by James Patterson and Andrew Gross. It is another in my Off the Shelf series

    The Jester - a Medieval Poem

    The Jester - a Medieval Poem

    by John Hansen46

  • 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

  • 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 Evans32

  • 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 Truzy22

  • 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

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  • A little something, that i wrote for my dad...on his birthday !

    Bam Bam Birthday

    Bam Bam Birthday

    by Priya Dinesh4

  • How powerful the nature is,in her entirety..never ceases to amaze me!

    The Gift Of Nature

    The Gift Of Nature

    by Priya Dinesh8

  • 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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  • These are four poems by Alexander James Guckenberger.

    The Poems

    The Poems

    by Alexander James Guckenberger20

  • 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

  • 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

  • When we look at the world today and the constant fear of terrorism and hence a fear of allowing refugees, asylum seekers, immigrants (or whatever we choose to call them) into our society it bares remarkable similarities to how our body rejects foreign bodies introduced to it.

    Foreign Body, a Social Commentary and Poem

    Foreign Body, a Social Commentary and Poem

    by John Hansen46

  • This poem takes the stages of love and equates them to nature's seasons. It is a good read for Wedding Orders of Service or vows, or as a nice poem to present to a loved one or spouse.

    The Four Seasons of Love

    The Four Seasons of Love

    by MDresel1

  • 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

  • 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, Creative Writing

    Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Creative Writing

    by Tamara Yancosky7

  • 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

  • A poem about being lost and alone.

    Cold-A Poem

    Cold-A Poem

    by Kari Poulsen50

  • Previously I wrote a poem called "If I Could Write a Love Poem." It was very well received and even selected to turn into a song that was recorded on an album by Tally Koren. This is the sequel.

    How Do I Write a Love Poem?

    How Do I Write a Love Poem?

    by John Hansen58

  • A humorous poem inspired by the book title The Alchemist from my Off the Shelf series.

    The Alchemist, a Poem

    The Alchemist, a Poem

    by John Hansen70

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  • When you have been hurt you become too afraid to feel. You want to hide from the pain.

    Poem: Too Afraid To Feel

    Poem: Too Afraid To Feel

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE2

  • Flowers are perhaps the most beautiful creations of the Mother Nature. Capturing their beauty in the camera is not easy. Their tenderness and their fragrance, can’t be captured. I love to capture their beauty, as they blossom.They have a short lifespan. But in pictures, their beauty lasts forever.

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    by Chitrangada Sharan42

  • This is a collection of poems about heartbreak that the author penned himself. The poems attempt to explore the different emotions expressed during a heartbreak.

    4 Heartbreak Poems and Their Meaning

    4 Heartbreak Poems and Their Meaning

    by Red Fernan2

  • This hub features information about different types of capitalism and a poem about that economic system. I've also included names of books about capitalism in this article.

    How Capitalism Impacts Our World: A Poem

    How Capitalism Impacts Our World: A Poem

    by Tim Truzy2

  • Just a bit of nonsense verse I wrote for no particular reason. Sometimes it’s good just to write whatever pops into your head. This was one of those occasions.

    Just a Bit of Nonsense

    Just a Bit of Nonsense

    by John Hansen52

  • 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 Reid269

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  • Kittys remind me life is simple, if we take time to show we care.

    Poem: Life Is Simple

    Poem: Life Is Simple

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE2

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    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    by Doris James MizBejabbers34

  • This is not your ordinary poem about lightning bugs. It is a story of how flying beetles remind me of summertime and my childhood in Philadelphia.

    Narrative Poem: Lightning Bugs

    Narrative Poem: Lightning Bugs

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  • Self-sacrifice has never been a popular topic, but we all admire those who have been willing to live such lives. It is much more difficult to take that step ourselves, but when we do, amazing things happen.

    Sacrifice: A Poem

    Sacrifice: A Poem

    by Chris Mills12

  • A poem on living life the right way. Live and let live, be happy and carefree, let others live and fulfill all their dreams. Live life and enjoy.

    Live and Let Live

    Live and Let Live

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    Poem: I Am Unbreakable

    Poem: I Am Unbreakable

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  • This poem tells how I approach writing poetry and expresses my personal opinion on flowery verse/ purple prose, rhyming poetry and prose/free verse poetry.

    Some Perspectives on Poetry and Prose

    Some Perspectives on Poetry and Prose

    by John Hansen41

  • My life - A million pieces, A puzzle, incomplete. So many roads I've taken, With trusting, hopeful feet. Dreams have died, Yet others bloomed, No sense in looking back, At times, the light shone brightly Along my chosen track. ...

    Poem About the Journey Through Life

    Poem About the Journey Through Life

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