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Poems To Share

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My poems...rhyming words written on paper,

Whether serious in content, just a little caper.

A piece of each's soul shared for all to read,

An expelling of thoughts inside, fulfill a need.


Emotion filled in its story's form, of all sincerity,

Telling tales of days gone by, in minds, we see.

Maybe hope for our future days is meant to be,

As an author shares his inner moods, all for free.


Poetry, being satirical, or is so forlorn of its intent,

Each writer of the lyrical page does so represent.

Perhaps draws laughter is well meant to exercise,

In its bits of dry humor, private reasons, so precise.


Poetry about one's lost love, or maybe a hated foe,

Is a chance in this little dance, to let every bit to go.

Poetry is read, though may be such a private affair,

Is a way to let others know, feelings within, to share.


Thanks for sharing...

Thanks for sharing...

Comments

whonunuwho (author) from United States on August 07, 2018:

My thanks to Erik, Shauna, and Venkatachari, for your nice comments and many blessings to all. whonu

Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on August 07, 2018:

Nice work and concept.

whonunuwho (author) from United States on August 07, 2018:

Thank you Shauna, for your support. Many blessings my friend. whonu

whonunuwho (author) from United States on August 07, 2018:

Thank you much, my friend. Many blessings on this Lord's day to you and family. whonu

Venkatachari M from Hyderabad, India on August 07, 2018:

Nice. It's true that each poetic line describes the thoughts and perceptions of the author presenting it regarding a natural scenery or his perceptions and experiences of life. It's true with any type of writer also.

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on August 07, 2018:

Whonu, that's exactly what poetry is to me. It's a way to express and release inner thoughts, turmoil, joy - whatever. When I first started writing poetry in my late teens, it was therapeutic and very private. I didn't begin sharing my work until years later when I became a little more sure of who I am.

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