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  • I still get chills thinking of all the horror movies I saw in my neighborhood theatre as a kid. Here I recount my experience in a poem.

    Poem: Matinee at the Castor

    Poem: Matinee at the Castor

    by Mark Tulin2

  • She-Wolf is on the prowl, again, and you can find out what happens in this ‘Predator vs Prey’ poem, when you read about it below. These are actually song lyrics, that I wrote, to be sung along with the same rhythm and beat as Barracuda, by the popular classic group known as Heart! Videos included!

    She-Wolf Fooled Ya, Song Writing

    She-Wolf Fooled Ya, Song Writing

    by Yancosky10

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Recent poems inspired by mornings, moonlight, and music.

    Singing My Song

    Singing My Song

    by Verlie Burroughs19

  • 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 - Narcissist Awareness, Poetry

    Followers of the Dark - Narcissist Awareness, Poetry

    by Yancosky13

  • 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

  • Guilty Pleasures Denying my supposed maturity, one which should in theory attend adulthood, I wonder if life would improve only if I lost myself in guilty pleasures. Would these satisfy and satiate me in ways which responsibility...

    "Guilty Pleasures" and Other Poems

    "Guilty Pleasures" and Other Poems

    by Julie K Henderson4

  • Never thought how life could be As journey continues day by day Each steps seems like in a wrong way Why does it happen to me? Every moment, never realize That the soul seems like paralize Cannot move and wanted to cry However,...

    Why Life is so Cruel

    Why Life is so Cruel

    by Maribel4

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  • A teenage girl’s Desire for freedom in a society with boundries, stigma, Gender discrimination and Male Dominance.

    To Fly Beyond The Horizon - Poem

    To Fly Beyond The Horizon - Poem

    by Weird Birdie0

  • 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

  • A poem about the wonder of God the Son coming to earth as a human to save us.

    The Wonder of the Word

    The Wonder of the Word

    by Rhosynwen4

  • “Who Can It Be, Now”, by Men At Work has the same rhythm and beat as my own song lyrics, “Why Mimicry, Now?” Two videos are included- Instrumentals and Vocals- that are meant to be played- preferably the Instrumentals- while reading (or singing!) these song lyrics! Enjoy!

    Mimicry Behavior Song Lyrics

    Mimicry Behavior Song Lyrics

    by Yancosky10

  • Hi guys, i had written the entire poem using emoji but it seems like hubpages does not support emoji so i just typed the word in place. Hope you like it.

    Cute Poem For My Future Wife

    Cute Poem For My Future Wife

    by Khamisi Paa0

  • The wifi is dead. My computer won't connect to the internet. I tried resetting the router, but nothing works. This poem reveals one man's struggle to reconnect his wifi. Man vs. Machine. Who will win?

    Internet Connection Issues

    Internet Connection Issues

    by JourneyHolm1

  • 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

  • The nuclear industry makes billions from building and maintaining nuclear power stations. It is not in their financial interest to broadcast just how dangerous they are.

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    Nuclear Power in an Earthquake Zone

    by Tessa Schlesinger3

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  • I hope that you will enjoy this dedication to love on Valentine’s Day, a day that we honor our spouses, partners, and soul mates. These poems and songs celebrate love and I hope you enjoy them.

    Poems and Songs for Your Valentine

    Poems and Songs for Your Valentine

    by Marie Lawrence3

  • This is a collection of poems I wrote about falling in love and poems about breaking up, and all the varied emotions that can come with romantic relationships.

    18 Poems About Love

    18 Poems About Love

    by Melissa Clason0

  • It's a short poem dedicated to love of a family which gives you much strength to forget the pain and smile as life never gives you another chance to laugh!

    Family is So Very Precious, a poem

    Family is So Very Precious, a poem

    by Nikki Khan30

  • This is a free verse poem, about the anguish of letting go.

    Until the Dawn

    Until the Dawn

    by Rinita Sen14

  • When my mother passed away, I went through her closet and found the suit I wore to my Bar Mitzvah. I wrote this poem in tribute to this powerful garment.

    Poem: The Glen Plaid Suit

    Poem: The Glen Plaid Suit

    by Mark Tulin8

  • 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

  • ... was written during my spiritual childhood, between 1980 and ’84 I will now, rather than change it in 2018, define the lines and my present understanding of the term "love".

    Love  aka  Indifference

    Love aka Indifference

    by Elijah A Alexander Jr8

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • This Prose Poem describes WWE's chosen wrestler who never gets over with the crowd, and is Vince McMahon's chosen wrestler, burying every hero he fights.

    The Anti-Roman Reigns Prose Poem

    The Anti-Roman Reigns Prose Poem

    by Erick Hernandez2

  • 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

  • “I Ran” (Flock of Seagulls) is the choice rhythm and beat in which this short rhyming story, “I Swam”, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sung to. Videos included. Enjoy!

    Don’t Swim With The Sharks, Song Lyrics

    Don’t Swim With The Sharks, Song Lyrics

    by Yancosky8

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  • 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 Hansen46

  • 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

  • April is poetry month. I joined in a challenge to write one a day. Turned out I wrote too many. How did this happen? It's a parade.

    Poem Parade

    Poem Parade

    by Verlie Burroughs10

  • My grandchildren live far away in Asia. When they visit, it is a very special time. Writing poems about their activities helps me remember good times. These memories are from their visit in 2015.

    Poems for My  Young  Granddaughters

    Poems for My Young Granddaughters

    by Shelley H Cruz8

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

    We Need The Dark

    We Need The Dark

    by Kari Poulsen14

  • 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 freewheeling tribute, a nonpartisan panegyric, is perhaps the epitome of cultural expression.

    Tribute to HubPages

    Tribute to HubPages

    by Ram Ramakrishnan33

  • 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

  • Winter poems for kids are great, fun, happy expressions about our coldest season of the year. Winter is a fun time for enjoying many games, events and experiences that only this time of the year brings. Winter poems for kids can be shared with others, enjoyed in a classroom setting, a program...

    Winter Poems for Kids

    Winter Poems for Kids

    by BIGCSSHOP0

  • Men's enemies blow up in women They tell the story of the prisoner and the prisoner. They write all kinds of novels. Not with their fingers but with the whispers of Satan Not by them

    The Enemies of Men

    The Enemies of Men

    by tabouche amin2

  • 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 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 I wrote for my 3 sons. Oh how I miss those days so much. Getting a smile from a gentle touch. Watching you sleep was such a joy.I was blessed with 3 baby boys.

    Poem For My Three Sons

    Poem For My Three Sons

    by Susan Zutautas71

  • Through beautiful pictures, quotes, and poetry, this hub shows us how angels can inspire us to do good with our lives by creating a more loving and peaceful world.

    Angels as Guides for Living

    Angels as Guides for Living

    by Marie Lawrence6

  • 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 Evans17

  • 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

  • Creating poetry takes the right ingredients. Here are the main ingredients to make a special poem.

    Ingredients for Poetry

    Ingredients for Poetry

    by Clive Williams11

  • A poem about trying to find your self and to face challenges gracefully. I'm in one of those positions again (between jobs) and I know the anxiety does no good yet my stomach still pangs at times. I do believe being positive is key but sometime we need help with our chattering mind (see links).

    Try to Keep the Calm

    Try to Keep the Calm

    by J Beadle1

  • 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

  • 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

  • it's a poem about one's ageless love and affection for his soulmate.

    Dateless Affair

    Dateless Affair

    by Vishw Deepak Jain5

  • 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

  • She is .. my conversations I and friends About home about traffic lights Stop signs and vanity And I was asking .. about authority Or for some abuses

    The Stupid Freedom ...

    The Stupid Freedom ...

    by tabouche amin4

  • This poem shares the love and abundance of Jesus Christ. Also known as the Prince of Peace, this poem focuses on how the message and character of Jesus is used, seen, and valued in the world today.

    Poem: Prince of Peace

    Poem: Prince of Peace

    by JourneyHolm3

  • 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

  • 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 poem dedicated to our Sacred Feminine side that we must free, in order to learn to love.

    Divine Woman

    Divine Woman

    by Ioannis Arvanitis35

  • 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

  • Nature reveals God's handiwork. It is His gift to mankind. Few people can be in nature without feeling the greatness of a Creator. The ocean is sacred space for me because I feel His inexplicable presence. And our fellowship is sweet.

    A Day on the Beach With Jesus

    A Day on the Beach With Jesus

    by Lori Colbo13

  • This Hub explores the difficulties of ending the cycle of abuse when your abuser is a victim of child abuse.

    Tainted (Domestic Abuse)

    Tainted (Domestic Abuse)

    by PoetikalyAnointed6

  • Cats are amazing animals. Loyal and loving. They are just intimidating to some because they are independent and appears indifferent....But when they "purr" that is love!!!!

    A Poem for My Cat

    A Poem for My Cat

    by Paul Balagtas2

  • A defining moment. A gambler might call it betting the whole stack. It is a moment of decision, after which nothing will ever be the same.

    Defining Moment: Poetry

    Defining Moment: Poetry

    by Chris Mills22

  • Sometimes it is comforting to step back into childhood and reach for a favorite stuffed friend

    Teddy, My Friend

    Teddy, My Friend

    by Gypsy Rose Lee12

  • Your life lives in a lie, All because of your eye. It fibs, obscure and hallucinates, All the chances, sceneries and fate.

    An Eye for a Lie

    An Eye for a Lie

    by Don Raj Nhoel0

  • 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

    by Mark Tulin15

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  • Humans think they are smart. But their lock unto this physical realm makes them stupid.

    Silly Little Humans

    Silly Little Humans

    by Clive Williams10

  • Being an Oompa Loompa was an inborn passion of mine that my parents put into good use by honing in on my natural Oompa Loompa skills at the tender age of 15. Thus, my career took off at the factory!

    Confessions From An Oompa Loompa, Poetry

    Confessions From An Oompa Loompa, Poetry

    by Yancosky16

  • Grateful hearts are joyful hearts that have an overflowing desire to share their gifts of Divine Truths, love and happiness with others!

    Grateful Hearts, Short Story

    Grateful Hearts, Short Story

    by Yancosky20

  • 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 Colbo15

  • A poem about realization and accepting that our past sorrows and experiences are there to make us feel. We can brave the storm however, we just have to learn to move forward.

    Stillness Through the Storm

    Stillness Through the Storm

    by Mary11

  • 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

  • It is the most precious of moments that are the most fleeting. Despite the distractions of our everyday life, taking notice and truly appreciating these blessed moments will nurture our souls and give to us the most lasting of rewards.

    Fleeting Moments, Poetry

    Fleeting Moments, Poetry

    by Yancosky18

  • 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

  • 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

    by Nithya Venkat34

  • This is a prose poem dedicated to Sabrina Carpenter. She is an actress, singer, songwriter and music producer. She produces pop music in her own image and has a fanbase.

    Sabrina Carpenter Prose Poem

    Sabrina Carpenter Prose Poem

    by Erick Hernandez4

  • Fellow writer Chris Mills recently issued a challenge to write a poem using ten words that are known to have no other perfect rhyming partners. This poem about an Olympic Dream is my attempt to do that.

    Olympic Dreams: A Poetry Challenge

    Olympic Dreams: A Poetry Challenge

    by John Hansen43

  • Just some stories about some things I've seen in Oildlale.

    3 Oildale Poems

    3 Oildale Poems

    by Finn Liam Cooper0

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  • A poem from a devotee of Love, expressing his demise and calling upon the Light to do what's necessary to transform his nature ... to live in Grace.

    O Light of The Beyond! Come! By Manatita

    O Light of The Beyond! Come! By Manatita

    by manatita4417

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  • It's about some who nearly made a big mistake and spent a year learning from it. They're still learning from it and trying to grow into a better person. One that they can be proud of.

    365 Days of an Evolutionary Grand Blunder

    365 Days of an Evolutionary Grand Blunder

    by heather923830

  • 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

  • Ah, October, what a perfect month to try and flex the old horror muscle, will I go mad? Or will I just get writers block, ooh how the tale goes nobody knows! The first of hopefully many, this one a poem all short and stout, here are the teeth and here is the spout.

    A Poem for Horror

    A Poem for Horror

    by Kawlin Rolfe0

  • My son inspired this poem after a conversation we had driving home one day. Though I think about his vision often, this day I really began thinking of what it must be like for him and how he may be feeling. I realized how others insensitivity toward him actually affected him.

    He Fights Through: Living with Visual Impairment

    He Fights Through: Living with Visual Impairment

    by Delilah11

  • 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

  • “Another One Bites The Dust” (by Queen), has the intended rhythm and beat that my song lyrics “Reality Bites The Dust”, below, can be sung to. Enjoy!

    Reality Bites the Dust, Song Lyrics

    Reality Bites the Dust, Song Lyrics

    by Yancosky18

  • She loved him, but she couldn't show. She was drowning real slow. And all it took to make her collapse was a slight blow.

    Her Side of the Story

    Her Side of the Story

    by Diksha Shakya2

  • 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

  • This is a poem about my son, Dan, who made a promise to his mother even as she was passing away. This poem tells how Dan is, at this moment in time, keeping his promise.

    Two Hundred Miles: A Narrative Poem

    Two Hundred Miles: A Narrative Poem

    by Chris Mills20

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