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  • 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

  • This poem is another in my Off the Shelf series that uses a title from my bookshelves as inspiration for a poem, story, or article.

    Blinding Light, a Poem

    Blinding Light, a Poem

    by John Hansen41

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  • poem about love and trust. If you love someone, always try to keep their flame close to your heart!

    My Flame

    My Flame

    by Dream Lover2

  • 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

  • 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 Jimmy the jock5

  • 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

  • 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 Truzy37

  • 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 Mills9

  • COMPROMISING GOD'S WORD TO FULFILL THEIR OWN DESIRES

    Lavish Christians

    Lavish Christians

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • 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

  • 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 Yancosky - Jankowska13

  • 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

  • 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 Truzy14

  • “Don’t Swim With Sharks” can be sang along with the song lyrics sung by, Flock of Seagulls, “I Ran”. Two videos included. These are man-eating, hungry sharks, so do be careful!

    Don’t Swim With Sharks, Song Lyrics

    Don’t Swim With Sharks, Song Lyrics

    by Yancosky - Jankowska8

  • 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

  • What is real courage? Is it the ability to stand and fight? Or maybe it’s knowing when to concede defeat? Is it guts, audacity, daring.

    What Real Courage Is

    What Real Courage Is

    by Andria63

  • 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 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

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  • The happier I am, the more I see out of whack this world dominated by clowns parading as some alpha-in-the-pack-freaks, as well as medical and religious dogma imposing limits on our true essence and potential.

    I'm a Happy Rebel: A Poem

    I'm a Happy Rebel: A Poem

    by Vladimir Karas0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • It's all about another immortal love story.

    Love in Mists

    Love in Mists

    by Vishw Deepak Jain15

  • 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

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  • 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

  • A poem that compares toy wooden soldiers to many people today who tend to blindly follow authority without questioning the validity or morality of the decisions, laws, and actions made on their behalf.

    March of the Wooden Soldiers, a Poem

    March of the Wooden Soldiers, a Poem

    by John Hansen49

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  • 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

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

    We Need The Dark

    We Need The Dark

    by Kari Poulsen14

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  • I wrote this poem to honor my piano teacher. She was a brilliant musician and a gifted soul placed on Earth briefly to share her incredible insight into music and people. I've also included fun facts about pianos and books about inspirational teachers.

    School in Poetry: A Poem for My Music Teacher

    School in Poetry: A Poem for My Music Teacher

    by Tim Truzy13

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

    To Salute or Not to Salute, That Is the Question

    To Salute or Not to Salute, That Is the Question

    by Leslie McCowen1048

  • 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 Hansen64

  • 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 Hunt40

  • 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 Yancosky - Jankowska13

  • 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

  • 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

  • We are all dreamers but it becomes an unpleasant, emotional wound when i see peoples dreams remain just that. This poem is tailor designed for people, who need a reminder that dreams are possible. I believe this piece of art will help you remember , the reality of your dreams depend all on you .

    " Manifestation Of  a Dream"

    " Manifestation Of a Dream"

    by SIYABONGA KHOLOLWAKHE NZUZA21

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  • "Love hurts" Have you ever loved someone without being hurt? Well, if you tell me you did, then I say, "That's absurd" Because those who have loved were left embittered For if you decided to love, you are inclined to suffer

    Love Hurts, Indeed!

    Love Hurts, Indeed!

    by Daisy Jane Capiendo0

  • 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

  • Just a poem that I wrote to try and ease some inner frustration in regard to a certain situation. Not sure if I found the answer but I hope these words offer some inspiration on your journey through life.

    Falling From Heaven, a Poem

    Falling From Heaven, a Poem

    by John Hansen56

  • 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

  • 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

  • A poem about acceptance and treating all other human beings with kindness and respect. The current situation around the world makes this challenging in many respects but we can't let that taint our values and our belief in human rights.

    You Can Call Me Abdul, a Poem

    You Can Call Me Abdul, a Poem

    by John Hansen58

  • We may not be able to control everything in our lives, but we can make the choice to be kind to others thereby creating a more loving world for all.

    Simple Acts of Kindness

    Simple Acts of Kindness

    by Lora Hollings10

  • Our desires make us see and want what we can't have so we become envious of others. This is an inspirational poem on the emotion of envy, driven by yearning, greed, and insecurity.

    Poem on Envy for What Others Have

    Poem on Envy for What Others Have

    by Janis Leslie Evans38

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

    Thoughts of Friendship

    Thoughts of Friendship

    by John Hansen77

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

    Award Winning Actors, The Narcissists

    Award Winning Actors, The Narcissists

    by Yancosky - Jankowska16

  • 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

  • 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

  • "Looking for Shakespeare, An Ode to Critics of Rhyme" is written in response to critics who feel that rhyming poetry is mundane and immature.

    Looking for Shakespeare -- A Poem

    Looking for Shakespeare -- A Poem

    by Genna East99

  • 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 Hollings46

  • 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 E1

  • 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 Reaper56

  • 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

  • My original poem, "Between Broken Poems," touts the efficacy of "broken poems" as receptacles for much of life's vicissitudes including all the trials and tribulations associated with various levels of pride, vanity, and loss.

    Original Poem:  "Between Broken Poems" with Commentary

    Original Poem: "Between Broken Poems" with Commentary

    by Linda Sue Grimes0

  • "Prince and Princess" is a written piece that represents and refers to the men and women I admire or look up to.

    Stylo Space (112th Article)

    Stylo Space (112th Article)

    by Franchesca Tatel0

  • 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

  • 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

  • " The life of Mr Common" is how pessimistic people view life , wich has been designed to motivate others not to follow that route . The world needs more optimistic people, to make this world better for all.

    The Life of Mr. Common

    The Life of Mr. Common

    by SIYABONGA KHOLOLWAKHE NZUZA8

  • Free flowing thoughts, inane and endless, in the One Thousand and One Night kind of way. Inspired by social media and dedicated to a friend. The point of the exercise is in the eye of the beholder.

    You've Got a Message "Re: Pressing Matter"

    You've Got a Message "Re: Pressing Matter"

    by kallini201017

  • 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

  • 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 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

  • Having worked in the railways for a large part of my working life I decided to finally write a poem inspired by the railway and trains. As always There is a deeper message, this time it is against the dangers of risk taking.

    Off the Rails, a Poem About a Train

    Off the Rails, a Poem About a Train

    by John Hansen52

  • A poem about being lost and alone.

    Cold-A Poem

    Cold-A Poem

    by Kari Poulsen50

  • 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

  • Through art, poetry, quotes and songs, this article celebrates a mother's healing touch to her children. With their nurturing love, they help us to grow physically, mentally, and spiritually. They will always hold a special place in our hearts.

    A Mother's Healing Touch

    A Mother's Healing Touch

    by Lora Hollings6

  • 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 Hansen51

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  • Feelings of love in haiku form of poetry.

    In Love-Haiku

    In Love-Haiku

    by Nithya Venkat30

  • "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 Weithers58

  • 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

  • When You Dance With Christ In The Cosmic Plane. Death You Kiss In A Holy Way. Death Is Life. I'm Going To Play With Angels And Christ

    Christ Cosmic Dancer

    Christ Cosmic Dancer

    by Diane Denison1

  • 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

  • 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 Hansen40

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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

  • 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

  • When I first penned this poem I named it "My Nappy Hair." After a few critiques a voice in my heart advised me to change the name of my poem, because I wasn't describing "My Nappy Hair" but describing a woman who had become comfortable in the skin she was in.

    The Skin That I'm In: A Poem

    The Skin That I'm In: A Poem

    by Dana Tate32

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  • If we would prefer a uniform society, why not start by weeding out all idiots, because they do more damage than any skin color.

    Idiocy of Racism : A Poem

    Idiocy of Racism : A Poem

    by Vladimir Karas7

  • 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

  • This poem discusses the deception and illusions that are all around us in society and how we have to always stay alert, weigh up facts, and look at more than one viewpoint.

    Smokescreen and Mirrors, a Poem About Deception

    Smokescreen and Mirrors, a Poem About Deception

    by John Hansen51

  • I was experimenting with metaphors and similes and throwing words and phrases around and came up with these. Just thought I'd combine them together as a short poem and see what happened.

    The World's Greatest Symphony (Simile), a Poem

    The World's Greatest Symphony (Simile), a Poem

    by John Hansen48

  •   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

  • 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 Hansen51

  • 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

  • We are a bipolar and chaotic species and so our holidays are! This poem is a cry for a look within, where the true meaning of Christmas always exists.

    Christmas' Awakening - A Bipolar Poem

    Christmas' Awakening - A Bipolar Poem

    by Ioannis Arvanitis20

  • 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

  • The ink, the book—they have brought me to different dimensions, such I once dreamed of.

    Stylo Space (82nd Article)

    Stylo Space (82nd Article)

    by Franchesca Tatel0

  • An inspirational poem in my "Off the Shelf" series, inspired itself by the book titled "For One More Day" by Mitch Albom.

    One More Day, a Poem

    One More Day, a Poem

    by John Hansen73

  • 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 Hollings10

  • Storms have always been one of the favourite subjects for poets to capture and describe in their poetry. This is just another such poem about storms, and part of my "Off the Shelf" series.

    Of the Thunder of Hooves, a Poem

    Of the Thunder of Hooves, a Poem

    by John Hansen54

  • 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

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  • That Suffering Called Waiting is a poem about falling in love with a lady but having to wait for her reply. This is the author's first try at composing a sonnet.

    That Suffering Called Waiting: A Poem

    That Suffering Called Waiting: A Poem

    by Red Fernan2

  • 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 Yancosky - Jankowska7

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  • In this piece I try to show that not everything is as it first appears and that looks can be deceiving.

    The Devil's Halo, a Poem

    The Devil's Halo, a Poem

    by John Hansen42

  • Definition of Love: The precious bond between a mother and her sons. There is no greater love than that which a mother has for her children. Such a love defies every, and all words, as well as any possible action. It is utterly indescribable in any earthly terms imaginable!

    Definition of Love

    Definition of Love

    by Yancosky - Jankowska22

  • Fall and Spring and bring the Santa Ana winds which begin as a welcomed warm caress and build in intensity to destructive gales. Haiku verse describes that progression in few words

    Haiku: Wind

    Haiku: Wind

    by Catherine Tally13

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  • While not in that big of a contrast, but---mocking the real New Age tenets is like mocking Mozart because rap is also called music.

    New Age Understood: A Poem

    New Age Understood: A Poem

    by Vladimir Karas2

  • When writing novels seems far away; a beautiful poem will save the day!

    A Gentle Rain of Poetry

    A Gentle Rain of Poetry

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS6

  • 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

  • As the universe expands outward, faster and faster, where are we headed? When it flys apart too far, when our eyes close, what's next. This poem explores these ideas and emotions.

    Long Live the Universe, A Poem

    Long Live the Universe, A Poem

    by Chris Mills36

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

    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    The Lonesome Little Christmas Tree

    by Doris James MizBejabbers34

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