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  • This is a poem I have written about the horrible occurrence of having diarrhea while on a date. I thought this would be a funny scenario for a poop poem. In this poem you will see that fate can overcome any disaster. I hope you laugh as much as I did while writing it.

    Dating Disaster - A Poem About Poop

    Dating Disaster - A Poem About Poop

    by Sandra Holt4

  • Firefighters, as well as Police Officers, and U.S. Military Soldiers risk their lives everyday to keep us safe! This poem was written as a tribute to these modern day heroes. These brave individuals are a great blessing from The Lord, and speak of His Goodness through their sacrificial actions.

    Modern Day Heroes, Poetry

    Modern Day Heroes, Poetry

    by Yancosky17

  • In this poem, I endeavour to portray how some people are happy to live a stress-free existence without being tied down to family, possessions, home, job etc. To them, a sense of freedom and only being responsible for themselves is the ideal lifestyle.

    My Vagabond Heart, a Poem

    My Vagabond Heart, a Poem

    by John Hansen43

  • A man searching for an angel finds a surprise at his life's end.

    His Only Sparkle

    His Only Sparkle

    by Kenneth Avery5

  • A poem of contemplation and inspiration about life in general. Whether you are a Christian or not, religious or not, most of us believe in good and evil and making the right choices. In this poem, the words 'satan' and 'God' could be transposed by 'evil' and 'good.'

    Beneath Your Skin, a Poem to Inspire

    Beneath Your Skin, a Poem to Inspire

    by John Hansen59

  • Christian Easter poems for children will give each young person a chance to use their memory skills and gain public speaking experience in a fun way. They also learn to work together successfully...

    Christian Easter Poems for Children

    Christian Easter Poems for Children

    by BIGCSSHOP0

  • Joy and love to the world can be felt, along with magnificent peace from within, when touched by The Holy Spirit- though Jesus Christ.

    Joy to The World, Poetry

    Joy to The World, Poetry

    by Yancosky2

  • It's an eternal question without a hope to find an answer which would please a philosopher---but that's why we have poetry to keep trying with its answers hidden in a bouquet of rhymes.

    Who Am I Without Others' Labels Attached?: A Poem

    Who Am I Without Others' Labels Attached?: A Poem

    by Vladimir Karas30

  • 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 Hansen38

  • Turning fifty is a big milestone in one's life but it doesn't have to be a millstone. Lollipop Man is a short funny poem about all the things that go on in the life of a fifty something baldy guy. Money, romance, grandkids and don't forget the nose hair! There is also a description of a short flip book animation I made of the poem.

    Lollipop Man - A poem about the joys of being 50 by Johnny Parker

    Lollipop Man - A poem about the joys of being 50 by Johnny Parker

    by Johnny Parker9

  • There is no greater love than that which a mother has for her children. Such a love defies any, and all words. It is utterly indescribable.

    Definition of Love, Poetry

    Definition of Love, Poetry

    by Yancosky22

  • I love poetry. I love reading poetry. I love writing poetry (although I'm really not very good at it). Recently I've written some new poems that I'm excited to share. Hope you enjoy!

    There's a Poem on Every Page

    There's a Poem on Every Page

    by Verlie Burroughs28

  • When desperation takes over our lives, we might wonder why The Lord does not come right away to take us to Heaven. This poem explains the reason why The Lord is waiting for just the right moment!

    None To Perish, Poetry

    None To Perish, Poetry

    by Yancosky10

  • This is a silly poem that tells the tale of a man's first date with a really hot woman. As it turns out, she's simply too hot.

    She's Too Hot: Comedy Poetry

    She's Too Hot: Comedy Poetry

    by Chris Mills28

  • 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

  • A poem about the grand illusion of fear and the way we can free of its hunting.

    The Great Hunter

    The Great Hunter

    by Ioannis Arvanitis33

  • This is a poem about a young Politician and a magical talisman, the Rose Cross and what it can mean to find purpose, although misdirected, and belong to a mystical tribe.Is this story true? Come and find out for yourself.

    A Poem About a Young Politician

    A Poem About a Young Politician

    by Threekeys5

  • 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

  • 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

  • The need to make an impact, every determination to go for it and the will power to hold out to the end. Enhance your winning attitude.

    Poetry Stance: Winning season

    Poetry Stance: Winning season

    by Valencia Marquez0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Two poems with flow, vibrancy, movement from one beat to another and seemingly opposing views

    Noises: Cantata 1 and 2

    Noises: Cantata 1 and 2

    by manatita4426

  • 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

  • A poem about processing the death of a lover and the way grief changes over the years.

    The Process

    The Process

    by Nicholas Wright1

  • Puffed up and sweaty after three hours of walking up the hill I stopped to admire the view of Franz Jozef Glacier that suddenly appeared out of clouds across the valley. 'I never seen glacier before.'

    Tramping Alex Knob With One Quiet American

    Tramping Alex Knob With One Quiet American

    by Beata Stasak2

  • 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

  • Two different poems expressing both Love and despair as well as longing.

    I Am so Glad, My Love

    I Am so Glad, My Love

    by manatita4424

  • 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 Zutautas65

  • The people of Orlie's Bend were ready to put an end to the murdering rapist who preyed on their town. In this narrative poem, the people of the town set forth with revenge as their guide rage as the fuel in their souls. Could the end possibly be worse than what had been?

    Orlie's Ire: A Narrative Poem

    Orlie's Ire: A Narrative Poem

    by Chris Mills10

  • 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

  • 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

  • Brandon Riederer has a M.A. in English from National University, Ja Jolla, CA. He focused on Gothic literature and specializes in the study of literary tension and suspense via cognitive poetics and linguistics. This is an original poem written by Riederer, (2016).

    A Strange Occurence

    A Strange Occurence

    by LiveFitForLife8

  • A children's poem about Possums, wonderful Australian animals discovered in our own backyards and bushlands late at night foraging for food.

    About Sprites - A Children's Poem

    About Sprites - A Children's Poem

    by Tina Dubinsky7

  • Indulging in poetry, trying to figure out the facets of my intimate self, trying to express them in an effort to connect with others and the outside world. Soothing minds and trying to help with individualism, discovering worth and enhancing self and strength revelation. A poetry stance;Enjoy!

    Poetry Stance: Apologize? Now That I Have It...

    Poetry Stance: Apologize? Now That I Have It...

    by Valencia Marquez0

  • A poetic testimony of the beauty and strength of the Blackwoman whose tears and fears reached my ears. A tribute to every woman of color, some of us do understand and do give-a-damn...

    Black Woman : Beauty and Strength

    Black Woman : Beauty and Strength

    by Malik S Canty6

  • “The flaws make people special and the gun shots kill them.” When I was child, my Mum used to say to my brother,

    From Tasmania to Florida and Back

    From Tasmania to Florida and Back

    by Beata Stasak5

  • Addictions, cravings, and desires. We all have them. Some are more powerful than others.

    Smoked Salmon Addiction

    Smoked Salmon Addiction

    by JourneyHolm2

  • Eavesdropping is not a good thing if we have a vested interest , but indulging in it sometime gives us an interesting insight into the human psyche.

    Two Seasons

    Two Seasons

    by Harish Mamgain33

  • A poem on dealing with depression and what life is like when you're struggling to just survive the daily turmoils. It's when all optimism leaves you and you finally give in to the void. It's a sticky feeling & never lets me leave my bed

    A Poem On Dealing With Depression

    A Poem On Dealing With Depression

    by W h o I s I2

  • 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 Tulin12

  • You can't always judge someone by a smile. A smile can be deceiving, a heart can be treacherous, but the eyes are the windows to a person's soul.

    The Windows to My Soul: A Poem

    The Windows to My Soul: A Poem

    by Dana Tate38

  • 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

  • Sometimes I wish I could fly like a bird, or flow like the river, or blow like the wind. Because then no borders can stop me from seeing this beautiful World. Who made Borders anyway?

    No Borders for Them (Poem)

    No Borders for Them (Poem)

    by Chitrangada Sharan32

  • The poem depicts how I was stalked as a teenager! The experience was very traumatic and sadly, it still haunts me.

    Stalked Poem

    Stalked Poem

    by Dabby Lyric3

  • Having a happy and successful life depends more on our attitude to what it throws at us and our drive rather than talent, wealth, looks or anything else.This poem attempts to focus on that belief.

    This Game That We Call Life - a Poem

    This Game That We Call Life - a Poem

    by John Hansen42

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  • 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

  • 'The life's royal rule' is a collection of four distinct poems each written with a unique voice, style, and fashion to genuinely inspires the reader. Like most life's rules, vision, courage, purpose and peace are indispensable. These four make the life's royal rule.

    The Life's Royal Rule (Collection of Inspiring Short Poems)

    The Life's Royal Rule (Collection of Inspiring Short Poems)

    by Ajodo Endurance Uneojo0

  • 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 Delilah10

  • When I moved to California, the Birds of Paradise were the first plants that caught my eye. Here's a poem about this experience.

    Poem: The Rainbow Queens

    Poem: The Rainbow Queens

    by Mark Tulin16

  • Without uttering a word from the mouth the eyes can speak in volumes and truth, pain, joy, and many other emotions can be revealed, with a glance, with a stare, or a quick look.

    The Eyes Spoke Volume

    The Eyes Spoke Volume

    by Malik S Canty0

  • I have my own share of joys and fears of having a child but most of all my heart is filled with so much pleasure because God had given me the finest gift of all. Psalm 127:3 "Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him."

    Baby, I Want You to Know That...

    Baby, I Want You to Know That...

    by Mommy World0

  • 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

  • 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

  • Every risk is worth taking if it leads to a good life. How do you work out what is a good risk and what is a poor risk? Take a Look and See...

    Free Verse Poem: Random Risk Taking

    Free Verse Poem: Random Risk Taking

    by Threekeys8

  • This poem is in response to the recent definition shift of the word Patriotic.

    i am PATRIODD

    i am PATRIODD

    by Larry Rankin28

  • Rhyme- Though we might be able to take shelter from the assaults of the outside world, what should we do when we are plagued with abuses from the inside world- our inner-minds?

    Shelter From The Storm, Poetry

    Shelter From The Storm, Poetry

    by Yancosky8

  • For A Love So Beautiful is a poem inspired by the new TV series "A Love So Beautiful" of ABS-CBN Network in the Philippines.

    For A Love So Beautiful

    For A Love So Beautiful

    by Louwelyn Luistro Andal2

  • This poem describes one of my more unpleasant experiences working as a freelance writer. Rarely are you paid what the time involved is really worth, but occasionally you spend hours on a project to receive no payment at all. Also one bonus poem.

    A Spell Upon My Pen: Why Am I a Freelance Writer?

    A Spell Upon My Pen: Why Am I a Freelance Writer?

    by John Hansen52

  • A Mind all Logic is like a knife's blade.It makes the hand that uses it, bleed. Travel with your heart and mind to see how these three swords of logical ways affect the seat of our warmth and affection-the Heart.

    3 Poems about Swords: Logic upon the Heart

    3 Poems about Swords: Logic upon the Heart

    by Threekeys5

  • A poem about things that never change, until you are at the heaven's gate

    At the Gate - A Poem

    At the Gate - A Poem

    by Rinita Sen14

  • 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

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  • This poem is about the choices one makes on the journey of life.

    Pathways:  A Poem

    Pathways: A Poem

    by Erin Bower5

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

    We Need The Dark

    We Need The Dark

    by Kari Poulsen14

  • 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

  • After the abuse of a friend got out of hand and Linda the victim was not believed and could not get help and was even blamed for the break-up of her marriage...She was told "Go back and work it out!"

    Stop Domestic Abuse - Let the Bruises Show!

    Stop Domestic Abuse - Let the Bruises Show!

    by Shyron E Shenko50

  • 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

  • Prayers to say before bed are extremely important expressions. Prayers can certainly help you sleep better by releasing stress and tensions of the day through your spoken words or thoughts. Here are several prayers to say before bed. They encompass a variety of situations you might incur...

    Prayers to Say Before Bed

    Prayers to Say Before Bed

    by BIGCSSHOP4

  • A narrative poem about the night old Bart came to terms with his family history and great social evil. Written with both rhythm and rhyme.

    Old Bart's Awakening: A Narrative Poem

    Old Bart's Awakening: A Narrative Poem

    by Chris Mills13

  • 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

  • Here is an inspirational epic poem about how one man taught a pupil how to believe in himself again. The story behind it is really intriguing.

    Believe In Yourself Again

    Believe In Yourself Again

    by Erick Hernandez2

  • The Sound of Silence (by, Simon and Garfunkel) is the choice rhythm and beat in which this story, made into fun song lyrics, (below), can be sang to. Video included. Enjoy!

    God Whispers Into My Heart, Poetry

    God Whispers Into My Heart, Poetry

    by Yancosky10

  • Flowers are the most beautiful creations of Mother Nature. Capturing their beauty in camera is not easy. You can't feel their tenderness, and their fragrance. But flower pictures are a visual delight.

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

    by Chitrangada Sharan38

  • Moods and emotions can change, just like the seasons. We all have changing moods, but how we act them out requires inner-reflection, awareness, as well as self-control, and knowledge of cause-and-effect.

    Moods and Emotions, Poetry

    Moods and Emotions, Poetry

    by Yancosky11

  • 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

  • A dybbuk is a demon in Jewish mystical folklore. This poem is a tribute to all the dybbuks out there.

    Poem: Dybbuk in the Cafeteria

    Poem: Dybbuk in the Cafeteria

    by Mark Tulin11

  • 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

  • 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

  • Thoughts to ponder about life and others. What we take in from the environment and how we process it is so fascinating sometimes.

    The Integrating Alien

    The Integrating Alien

    by Paula6

  • Reciting or reading Easter egg poems is a fun way to help you and your children enjoy and remember this special holiday for years to come. Dying Easter eggs together, playing fun games...

    Easter Egg Poems

    Easter Egg Poems

    by BIGCSSHOP0

  • 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, Poetry

    Backwards Compatibility, Poetry

    by Yancosky14

  • 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 Guru Will Understand Aristotle's Theory Wisdom Of You Can Search For The Truth Of God Through Nature. A Guru Will Understand The Hearts Psychonautic Powers And That You Can Become One With God And All Creation.

    The Psychonautic Guru

    The Psychonautic Guru

    by Diane Denison0

  • A fun story and more, ostensibly to champion societal norms.

    The Bench Story

    The Bench Story

    by Ram Ramakrishnan7

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