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  • 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

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

    Waterfalls-Haiku

    Waterfalls-Haiku

    by Nithya Venkat39

  • "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 Weithers66

  • 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 Hunt56

  • I hope that you enjoy my series of ladybug poems. These are poems for children and adults that pay tribute to the humble little ladybug as she teaches us to celebrate our lives, express our individuality, to reflect upon the beauty of nature, and about the boundless potential of the human spirit.

    What the Ladybug Whispered

    What the Ladybug Whispered

    by Lora Hollings28

  • 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

  • The art of Michael and Inessa Garmash inspire this poem on daydreams and pleasant reverie...

    Art and Poetry: Daydreamer

    Art and Poetry: Daydreamer

    by Mohan Kumar10

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  • This is the third sequel I have written based on the original poem/song/nursery rhyme "The Owl and the Pussycat Went to Sea" by Edward Lear. It will be part of an ongoing collection called "The New Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat."

    The Owl and the Pussycat Went on Safari

    The Owl and the Pussycat Went on Safari

    by John Hansen40

  • Relationships are tender, and fragile. Handle them with delicate care. Appreciating people, for who they are, and avoiding expectations, is the key to healthy, and long lasting relationships. You may repair anything, but not a broken heart or broken trust in relationships.

    It Will Last a Lifetime, If You Handle Them With Care (Poem)

    It Will Last a Lifetime, If You Handle Them With Care (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan68

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  • A ladybug, in her nightly visits, takes a little girl on a dream filled journey to a magical town of ladybugs. One who is charmingly eccentric dazzles you with her fashionable clothes while one owns a bakery and can make exquisite pastries... another has a house with so many stairs you lose count.

    There's a Ladybug in My Bed

    There's a Ladybug in My Bed

    by Lora Hollings50

  • 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 Julianna115

  • 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

  • We are technologically advancing and progressing. But we are also progressing in making weapons of mass destruction. Where we are heading to? This poem is an effort to understand that.

    Self Created Apocalypse

    Self Created Apocalypse

    by Umesh Chandra Bhatt18

  • 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

  • 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 Rosario652

  • 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 Hollings13

  • 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 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

  • 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 Truzy4

  • This poem is based on the fantasy/psychological thriller novel "Everville" authored by Clive Barker. This is a book taken "off the shelf" of my bookcase in my study.

    Everville ~ a Place of Dreams

    Everville ~ a Place of Dreams

    by John Hansen44

  • 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

  • Going through my old sketchbook I came across a few drawings that I had long since forgotten about. Well, I had the idea of including a couple of them as illustrations for my poetry. This poem was written as a story to describe one of those sketches.

    The Flower Girl - a Poem

    The Flower Girl - a Poem

    by John Hansen50

  • “Whispers of Thunder” has the same beat and rhythm as “Sound of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel, made into rhyming song lyrics. Video included. Enjoy!

    Whispers, Song Lyrics

    Whispers, Song Lyrics

    by BBYCGN10

  • Sometimes we forget who we used to be. And then something comes along and smacks you in the memory department!

    I just Can't Remember Me - Poem

    I just Can't Remember Me - Poem

    by Nell Rose64

  • Summer often brings much joy to people

    Summer Magic

    Summer Magic

    by Gypsy Rose Lee7

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  • The cloud will gather & party, the storm will wave in terror, just hold on to your dream.

    HOLD ON TO YOUR DREAM

    HOLD ON TO YOUR DREAM

    by Adorable Pen4

  • 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

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  • Through poetry and quotes, this article expresses the significant role that fathers play in our lives. Fathers give love, guidance, feelings of self-worth and a moral compass by which to live.

    Thank you Dad for Your Love

    Thank you Dad for Your Love

    by Lora Hollings16

  • This is a collection of poems about the end of a relationship and all of the mixed emotions that can come with it.

    7 Poems About Breakups

    7 Poems About Breakups

    by Melissa Clason1

  • 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 Hollings34

  • Have you ever wished for a sign from someone who has passed on? Dimes From Heaven is a beautiful description of that exact wish!

    DIMES FROM HEAVEN

    DIMES FROM HEAVEN

    by Sharon Smith110

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  • 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

  • There is a certain monumental act which goes unnoticed, though it deserves the world’s applause. It is the choice to become mothers to other women's children. This article is dedicated to these women.

    Dedicated to Stepmothers With Love

    Dedicated to Stepmothers With Love

    by Dora Weithers55

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  • My love, distract my eyes with your two adoring riped twin fruits inbetween your two branch & shut my heart to lust for Delilah.

    Take Me There

    Take Me There

    by Adorable Pen0

  • 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

  • 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

  • Like a woman An orchid is a beautiful flower Like her foundation Its stem is strong yet flexible Like her skin The petals are silky soft to the touch Compared to her feminine body An orchid's form is curvaceous Like her...

    An Orchid is like a Woman

    An Orchid is like a Woman

    by Kathi110

  • My last cycling trip down the road A few middle aged men in lycra Wave from a 1.5 m distance Riding the opposite way Their faces covered by masks Headphones tight in their ears While they push up the hill Their faces red with exhaustion Wrinkled with worry

    Lock Down; Down Under and Everywhere

    Lock Down; Down Under and Everywhere

    by Beata Stasak10

  • 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 Aslan2

  • A set of limericks about my personal life stage, of 'enforced' retirement, that reflect my thoughts, my feelings, and my experiences, and that can affect us all at various times. I hope that you approve..

    Limericks of Our Lives

    Limericks of Our Lives

    by Stive Smyth8

  • 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

    by Polly C13

  • 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 Carr26

  • 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

  • A man with integrity reflects on a man who takes care of his family. He has a compassionate heart. He stands up for his beliefs. He puts his family first. He is determined to succeed. He enjoys life being a stand up man who loves his family.

    Poem: A Man With Integrity

    Poem: A Man With Integrity

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE0

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  • I took this photo in Seville, Spain. This is the lovely courtyard at Palacio de Las Dunas. There is a charm and enchantment to the location and I imagined a romantic meeting, a time long ago on an August night, inspiring this poem.

    The Enchanting Courtyard

    The Enchanting Courtyard

    by Nella DiCarlo11

  • Everytime is like the first time As my world opens and you come walking through Everytime is like the first time As you move closer and take up all my view

    Art and Poetry: Everytime

    Art and Poetry: Everytime

    by Mohan Kumar61

  • 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 Hansen72

  • Many people may find this poem confronting or rather unpleasant in its subject matter, but it does contain some unfortunate truths prevalent in society today that need addressing rather than being ignored or swept under the carpet.

    The Ringmaster, a Poem

    The Ringmaster, a Poem

    by John Hansen50

  • Recently, while on a train journey, I was overwhelmed to see the vast, green agricultural fields, some ready to harvest crops. My heart was filled with gratitude for the farmers, who work so hard to grow the food for everyone. How little do we know about the life of the farmer and their hardships?

    A Tribute to the Farmers—Poem

    A Tribute to the Farmers—Poem

    by Chitrangada Sharan47

  • 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 Sharan46

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

    10 Ways to Celebrate Long Term Love

    10 Ways to Celebrate Long Term Love

    by Janis Leslie Evans18

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  • 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 Sarah16

  • 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

  • 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

  • Alone in old folks home is about a person waking up in a nursing home with no resemblance to his home. Wondering why God left him here with nothing to do but sit and stew waiting on visitors who plan their exit before arriving. He wishes someone would come take him away.

    Poem: Alone in Old Folk's Home

    Poem: Alone in Old Folk's Home

    by BRENDA ARLEDGE18

  • What the King James Version of the Bible refers to as God’s shining face or as “the light of His countenance” is translated in newer versions as His smile.This poem is a prayer for God to smile on us.

    Poem: Lord Give Us Your Smile

    Poem: Lord Give Us Your Smile

    by Dora Weithers23

  • This is my first attempt at writing an Acrostic poem and I hope you get some closeness to the Holy Spirit!

    Holy Spirit Acrostic Poem

    Holy Spirit Acrostic Poem

    by Donna Rayne19

  • The PawSox are moving from Pawtucket in 2021. This season, the 2020 season, was supposed to be their farewell soiree. Those circumstances, and an age-old limerick inspired this piece of poetry.

    There Once Was a Man (and a Woman) From Nantucket

    There Once Was a Man (and a Woman) From Nantucket

    by greg cain6

  • 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

  • This narrative poem is an exciting retelling of the myth of the minotaur, a terrifying monster with the head of the bull and the body of a man, stalking through a labyrinth on the Isle of Crete for his human sacrificial prey.

    Legend of the Minotaur

    Legend of the Minotaur

    by Melissa Clason5

  • 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 C7

  • 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

  • Personal finance in a poetry form exploring the feelings and sense of losing a job. If you've been there before, this will hopefully be a vivid reminder. If you haven't, this will be a preview.

    Personal Finance Poem/s: Losing a Job

    Personal Finance Poem/s: Losing a Job

    by Sam Deal24

  • I had a very close and beautiful relationship with my late grandma. This poem is in memory of her.

    An Ode to my Grandmother

    An Ode to my Grandmother

    by Tiyasha Maitra10

  • 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

  • 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 Weithers40

  • 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

  • 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

  • Random acts of violence are assaulting our souls almost daily. Let us attempt to eradicate these random acts of violence in the world with random acts of kindness and love.

    End Gun Violence With Random Acts of Love

    End Gun Violence With Random Acts of Love

    by Janis Leslie Evans37

  • 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 Hunt46

  • The lyric "I'm the first-born unicorn/Of a self-exalted nation" popped into my head and I couldn't NOT write this song...

    First-Born Unicorn

    First-Born Unicorn

    by Chris Neal8

  • The circle as a sign of eternity is well represented in nature. The shapes of celestial bodies, orbits of planets, solar systems and galaxies, follow the circular/elliptic form. Through poetry and essay, we look at the possibility that man, too, might be following the circular path.

    Time Will Tell: A Poem and an Essay

    Time Will Tell: A Poem and an Essay

    by Chris Mills23

  • Palaces in India are full of antiquity and elegance. Here are the Poems on the mighty City Palace of Udaipur, elegant Hawa Mahal of Jaipur, wealthy Laxmi Vilas Palace of Vadodara, and the magnificent New Palace of Kolhapur.

    Poems on 4 Magnificent Palaces in India

    Poems on 4 Magnificent Palaces in India

    by Prithviraj Shirole2

  • Siblings are like the 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 Sharan47

  • 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

  • This poem asks the question, "why do people blame their moods on the weather?" After all, it is really up to us to control our moods and feelings no matter what the situation, weather etc. It is too easy to place the blame on other things rather than ourselves.

    Grey Skies or Blue? - a Poem

    Grey Skies or Blue? - a Poem

    by John Hansen77

  • The rules of 'burbing are simple: ride every road in a suburb in a single bike ride. If you add the challenge of "without a map," though, even with those simple rules it can be a difficult task. And then there's the question no one wants to ask or answer: Um..what happens if you miss a street?

    Velocipede Verses #3: 'Burbing Woes

    Velocipede Verses #3: 'Burbing Woes

    by greg cain17

  •   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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 Truzy12

  • The Face of a Woman is a poem about the most beautiful sight in the world. A woman's face shows every emotion and communicates with precision. A woman's face can slay the beast in a man's soul.

    The Face of a Woman: A Poem

    The Face of a Woman: A Poem

    by Chris Mills32

  • 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

  • Ok, it is another article/poem about the coronavirus. Well, sort of. Actually I hope it provides some light-hearted relief from all the stress and worry the virus is causing everyone.

    Not Another Coronavirus Article!

    Not Another Coronavirus Article!

    by John Hansen80

  • 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

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