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  • By morning, the human soul is a child. By afternoon, the human soul is an adult. By evening, the human soul is a reflection of the way it has lived-a reflection of both experience, dreams and reality.

    A Fishing Child (I)

    A Fishing Child (I)

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo2

  • This is a poem I wrote a long time ago. I like to write about gemstones.

    Larimar

    Larimar

    by Julia Rose2

  • A poem about the victory over life Christ offers if we would entrust our present and future to him.

    What Do We Do

    What Do We Do

    by Richard Parr5

  • Time... It makes you to err and glimpse the horrors of damnation; it also conspires to have you err not and taste ephemeral emancipation.

    The Time-Keeper

    The Time-Keeper

    by Ram Ramakrishnan17

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  • Do we really know what is in the soul of an obscure man?

    The Shoe Shine Man

    The Shoe Shine Man

    by Kenneth Avery7

  • 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 Tulin0

  • A depiction of feeling particularly vulnerable.

    Stripped Down

    Stripped Down

    by shanmarie24

  • We need to change the darkness and add Patience and lots of creativeness annuity a clear mind of purity our sunset will be found

    Confusion of Dark Sunsets

    Confusion of Dark Sunsets

    by Robin Carretti4

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  • A sad poem about heartbreak comparing a relationship to an unfinished poem.

    Unfinished Poem

    Unfinished Poem

    by Marisse Santos0

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

    Pumpkin Pie - A Halloween Poem

    Pumpkin Pie - A Halloween Poem

    by Diana Grant5

  • How the decidedly clever Duke how he was entertained with the Queens of the deck of those historical times of Queen Victoria from the era of 1838 metaphysical of theories all in peace spiritual love

    The Jewels Holy-Land of Crowns

    The Jewels Holy-Land of Crowns

    by Robin Carretti6

  • We need to be taught how to think not what to think. Does the Soul have gender?

    House Divided

    House Divided

    by Threekeys8

  • This is a poem about the hold Jezebel has over Ahab. This type of "hold" over a man can still be seen in this era. Jezebel, beautiful and powerful, can bring a weak man to his knees.

    When Jezebel Sings

    When Jezebel Sings

    by Laura Tallo0

  • So sad when love seems to fade as the first snow falls...

    Snow Upon the Roses

    Snow Upon the Roses

    by Gypsy Rose Lee13

  • A poem about imagination, childhood, and play. In an epic battle between action figures, legos, and dolls, "Batman vs. Barbie" tells the tale of a child's imagination.

    Batman vs. Barbie

    Batman vs. Barbie

    by JourneyHolm8

  • Beach Smoothed by the jagged waves-- Suspended In the sky-rise of gray Tone-stairs.

    Surrender

    Surrender

    by Maya Ellenson0

  • Scary Movie franchise Plot Poetry

    Scary Rhymes

    Scary Rhymes

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • We are all connected. Often times, we may not feel connected, but we are. We are connected, not only with each other, but with the world and the universe.

    We Are All Linked

    We Are All Linked

    by Kari Poulsen26

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

    The Beginning Of The End: Poetry Collection

    The Beginning Of The End: Poetry Collection

    by Daniela E0

  • I originally wrote this long time ago when i was young it fit the time and was beautiful. I lost it to a site that closed. So here's a beautiful remake that fits my now enjoy this poem.

    Beautiful is...

    Beautiful is...

    by Kristen Wett3

  • Contemplation about why things are as they are versus how to change them.

    Especially Now

    Especially Now

    by shanmarie20

  • Backwards compatibilities can make for unique, colorful and interesting individuals. Yet, there are some who see others’ differences as a justifiable reason to shame, bully, or even dehumanize them.

    Backwards Compatibility and Different Strokes

    Backwards Compatibility and Different Strokes

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore14

  • A poem about words, music, and the inner sounds stirring the Heart and enveloping the pristine glory of the Soul

    The Flow of Rhythms

    The Flow of Rhythms

    by manatita4443

  • On the train to NYC last week, I read an article about a mother and father. I knew when I finished it, it would remain harsh and sharp in the corridors where I keep the horrors like Jon Benet Ramsey.

    Dismembering Innocence

    Dismembering Innocence

    by Carole Anzolletti10

  • Resilient; What is Resilient? The ability to withstand or recover quickly from difficult situations. Are you Resilient? Are You able to Bounce Back when Life throws you Jabs?

    Bounce Back

    Bounce Back

    by Nelly Dawson0

  • 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 MS4

  • respect every feminine. peace.

    FE-ME-9

    FE-ME-9

    by Nwimo jesse3

  • 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 poem expressing feelings about life. Sometimes it seems as though we do not get what we want at the right time or end up getting it when it does not matter at all. I guess life is like that.

    Life is Like That

    Life is Like That

    by Nithya Venkat29

  • This became a "Hot Potato" game with Vampires dark but had a delicious blood flow only if you were in the Hub sitting and passing this Hot Potato it was so deep in her mind. Don't look behind

    Blood Potato Conscience

    Blood Potato Conscience

    by Robin Carretti6

  • Each of my individual sons are the greatest blessings and inspirations in my life. There is no greater love than that which a mother has for her children. Such a love defies any, and all words.

    Kids in Mind

    Kids in Mind

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore22

  • Many of the incarcerated have stories to tell or live their own literary merits. Some of their lives are historical novels, urban poetry or narratives anticipating an audience. Here are some examples

    Two Tales from the Yard

    Two Tales from the Yard

    by Finn Liam Cooper0

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  • Eyes through a Celtic enchanted smile see's the erotica forestal charm to be loved by him. So smooth flowing her skin how she is summoned on by him his forever charming ways

    Eyes Full of Life Enchanted

    Eyes Full of Life Enchanted

    by Robin Carretti10

  • A poem on choices and masquerades, of Venus, Mars and Saturn, of yearning desire and fallen cherubs...

    A Room Away From Rooms

    A Room Away From Rooms

    by Monami0

  • Precious moments of love, though fleeting at times, can be felt even throughout the busyness of everyday life. If we take notice of these blessed moments, it will greatly nurture and feed our souls.

    Precious Moments of Love

    Precious Moments of Love

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore14

  • Being in a moor alone or walking along a secluded cove, makes you realize your place in nature. What is prisitne to you?

    Moor’s Cove

    Moor’s Cove

    by Threekeys2

  • This sad poem is about the fear of dying with regrets

    Ashes to Dust

    Ashes to Dust

    by Vivek4

  • This piece is comprised of three poems transformed into one story. It's an inspirational fantasy told in lyrical form.

    The Last Dragon Trilogy

    The Last Dragon Trilogy

    by Dabby Lyric4

  • A second edition of my love poem, Angel of Love, originally published in my 2014 debut book 'Spring Thoughts: In Summer Light'. Read this beautiful love poem to immerse in wonders of enduring love.

    Angel of Love

    Angel of Love

    by Shafqat Mushtaq3

  • Bourne Film series plot Poetry

    Bourne RHYMES

    Bourne RHYMES

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius0

  • ... 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 Jr7

  • Do you enjoy coffee and cake in the mornings? Well, enjoy this poem about my coffee and cake.

    Coffee and Cake

    Coffee and Cake

    by Clive Williams12

  • Pure original thoughts and all!

    Thoughts Porn

    Thoughts Porn

    by Jan Nero Piopongco1

  • 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 Shafi Mzuka0

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  • This poem reflects on moments when memories bring tears.

    Wet Tear Drops

    Wet Tear Drops

    by Diana L Pierce0

  • In through the door walked the man with the cane By the cut of his clothes you could tell he was vain * There was just something about how he pulled out his chair That guy, oh, wait is that Fred Astaire * He snapped his fingers ...

    Fred Astaire - A Poem

    Fred Astaire - A Poem

    by mckbirdbks68

  • Sometimes, the smallest things can hold a value that equates to worlds, to galaxies, to a universe.

    Your Eyes Contain a Village

    Your Eyes Contain a Village

    by H Bakerley2

  • An old dog really can learn new tricks- like flying! Though our Bulldog is 5 years old, he has perfected this new skill stunningly! And to boot, if he’s hovering above me, I get a face full of drool.

    An Old Dog Really Can Learn New Tricks!

    An Old Dog Really Can Learn New Tricks!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore10

  • Written when I had a headache and was stuck in the most boring class in the world.

    Pain - Creative poetry

    Pain - Creative poetry

    by Genevieve Brooks0

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

    3 Oildale Poems

    3 Oildale Poems

    by Finn Liam Cooper0

  • Winter is something we all exerience, even in relationships.

    Winter's Ember

    Winter's Ember

    by JL Reyes2

  • What is fear? Will It come home with you today? Its best to leave these fears behind!

    Fear Comes Home

    Fear Comes Home

    by Clive Williams11

  • A nice sonnet that was written a long while back but published today for you to idulge.

    Sabrina Sonnet

    Sabrina Sonnet

    by Bazooka Teaches0

  • A poem expressing the view that to an extent, we are all refugees; we are simply travellers and this place is not our home.

    I am a Refugee También

    I am a Refugee También

    by manatita4426

  • Opposites really do attract as evident in this rhyme below- and our relationship memes! Logical Spock, and I, are almost perfect for each other! Well, almost...

    Opposites Really Do Attract!

    Opposites Really Do Attract!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore20

  • A poem about quicksilver dreams of young love and disillusionment. Translated from Suddhasanta's Bengali poem "Abhrasamagra"

    Closet Clamour

    Closet Clamour

    by Monami0

  • This country is made of sterner stuff...may our God bless and keep us all.

    Goodwill Counting

    Goodwill Counting

    by whonunuwho9

  • This is a poem drawing attention to child soldiers in other parts of the world. Not so much what they do, but the emotional destruction they are forced to face.

    Children of War

    Children of War

    by Mae Hanson8

  • This is a poem that I wrote about the passing of my sister a year ago.

    Miss You Sister.

    Miss You Sister.

    by Madison Spurgeon0

  • Sadly, there comes that time when the music reveals a hard truth and love takes the beating.

    Chords of My Dying Love

    Chords of My Dying Love

    by Dean Traylor3

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  • Nine days from today, a slow-moving day became THE day that came major changes to me on that fateful Friday, Nov. 22, 12:30 p.m. Should I tell you why this date is so important?

    . . .Remembering John

    . . .Remembering John

    by Kenneth Avery10

  • A self-talk, a moment of reflection on the time`s mood, and every other impression emanating from the grief-stricken society of Kashmir.

    A Soliloquy

    A Soliloquy

    by Shafqat Mushtaq5

  • Two poems both on separation and an unveiling of the life to come.

    Come, Sweet Death

    Come, Sweet Death

    by manatita4423

  • Endless love is a treasure that flows, tenderly; fragrantly sweet, it enchants our life’s path with a vibrant energy from the unprecedented joy it brings!

    An Endless Love Poem

    An Endless Love Poem

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore13

  • Satan is a sly old fox. If I could catch him and put him in a box. Lock that box and throw away the key. For all those tricks he played on me.

    Does Satan Know?

    Does Satan Know?

    by Clive Williams5

  • This article features a poem about beaches and being “Shipwrecked.” The author also offers ideas about reading poetry.

    Poem: The Shipwrecked Soul

    Poem: The Shipwrecked Soul

    by Tim Truzy3

  • Recently, my best friend passed at age 60...breast cancer stole her away, but it doesn't negate the fact...she was "the beautiful one."

    The Beautiful One

    The Beautiful One

    by Rand Zacharias15

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  • this poem describes a close friend of mine in greatness.

    My Beautiful Friend

    My Beautiful Friend

    by Shantal Siomara Phillips2

  • She feel happy because one day she received a telephone call from someone he loved for so many years.

    A Telephone Call

    A Telephone Call

    by Nida Ormo2

  • How long will it take until he was panting at her feet but looking toward the middle he got a glimpse of her divine hands. But he showed his hands deep in his pocket surprisingly he took her hand and?

    Maybe It's Our Pride

    Maybe It's Our Pride

    by Robin Carretti6

  • Love is sweet, intoxicating, and a never ending gift. It is worth our energies, time, and devotion!

    Love Poem for Him

    Love Poem for Him

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore10

  • Exotic pets bring about lots of questions from bystanders. But, I do not think that I will be on the receiving-end of many people stopping to inquire about my pet. It is the most unusual of them all!

    Exotic Pets That Need to Be Under Lock and Key!

    Exotic Pets That Need to Be Under Lock and Key!

    by Tamara Yancosky Moore4

  • The feeling of love is a great one. You never know what journey that feeling will take you on. But the best feeling of love is when you can hold it.

    I Held Love

    I Held Love

    by Clive Williams2

  • A true love don't need material things. She only need the presence of her loved one to her side

    I don't need flowers

    I don't need flowers

    by Nida Ormo0

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

    Tribute to HubPages

    Tribute to HubPages

    by Ram Ramakrishnan33

  • The Dark Knight trilogy

    Dark Rhymes

    Dark Rhymes

    by Ryan Jarvis Cornelius1

  • 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

  • "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 East98

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  • A poem using a particular way of styling words to enhance their effect; to show the poetic flow in the seemingly non-poetical comment.

    The Poet Who Does Not Do Poetry

    The Poet Who Does Not Do Poetry

    by manatita4422

  • 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

  • Sometimes the dark clouds overshadow all...

    Black Wings

    Black Wings

    by Gypsy Rose Lee11

  • Spoken word poem about political and social issues

    Listen Up!

    Listen Up!

    by Anna Marquardt3

  • One of a series of poems written from the perspective of a color.

    I Color (Gray)

    I Color (Gray)

    by Jill Spencer3

  • 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 JourneyHolm2

  • Writing is an art form getting the perfect balance staying in line feeling like"Queen Jubilee" looking at her drink her words were shaping into love form.She could visualize the smooth flowing waters

    Till The Writing Do Us Smart

    Till The Writing Do Us Smart

    by Robin Carretti6

  • One of a series written from the perspective of a color.

    I Color (Pink)

    I Color (Pink)

    by Jill Spencer7

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