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Poetry.com

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

Poetry.com has a new web page site. Trying hard ... Read more

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Language

poem by ikenna Anyanwu

it is the length and breath from which words are ... Read more

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THE CYCLE

poem by Ja Ja

Another day, has come and gone I go to sleep a... Read more

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Finally, She has Arrived...

poem by Godfrey Georges

Dressed in white she dazzles the stage Yelling h... Read more

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Billy The Penguin Finds Lo...

poem by Jim Kilduff

In a universe far far away There lived a penguin... Read more

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Living

poem by Godfrey Georges

It's for the few, and the proud. Often broken-h... Read more

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HOPE....

poem by Frank byrne

"Yes, I'm afraid it is cancer," frowned the docto... Read more

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INDIAN SOLDIER

poem by Dinesh Chauhan

With danger frolic do I Always ready to die My ... Read more

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TRUTH

poem by Ja Ja

Love, is freely given ... Read more

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Pine

poem by Julian Sun

The way the tree moves That's how things are Read more

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"FOXY LAD!".....

poem by Frank byrne

Boxing is now in his blood, a sport that he hones... Read more

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FOREVER....

poem by Frank byrne

"Back in the 60s, our feelings were mutual, when ... Read more

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Sweet Thing

poem by Martyn Grindrod

Sweet Thing A butterfly whispers a solitaire ... Read more

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THE POETRY BUG

poem by Steven Godfrey

THE POETRY BUG By Steven Godfrey I like to... Read more

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Pioneer Service School

poem by James Dicus

A week gone by in what seems like a day Friends ... Read more

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Yesterday's Hero.

poem by Christopher Russon

I felt I lost a really good friend When his life... Read more

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WHY !

poem by Ja Ja

We always question, why When a soul, says good... Read more

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A Breath of Fresh air....

poem by Frank byrne

"Hooray! For the ban, on the obnoxious cigarette,... Read more

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Take Care

poem by Julius Brian Cruz

You’re coming home late, without having di... Read more

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SEEING

poem by Ja Ja

If you see now what others ... Read more

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How to Kill a Dream

poem by Ren M

Start with fear Add a heavy dose of self-doubt ... Read more

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She Walks in Beauty

poem by Martyn Grindrod

She Walks in Beauty Flaxen haired with smilin... Read more

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The Scribe

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

Traditionally a Scribe is known as a Jewish man. ... Read more

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Spreading the good news.

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

I have been recommending Pondrin, to the poets o... Read more

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In loneliness I stand

poem by David MaxOptimism

I stand in this home void of family and friends ... Read more

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My Idea of Beauty

poem by Kristen Gunn

​I am not beautiful because of my looks th... Read more

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SIMPLE LOGIC

poem by Ja Ja

SIMPLE LOGIC The world does not, revolve around ... Read more

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The Point of no return...

poem by Frank byrne

"Would it truly be good, to go back, and relive m... Read more

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WISDOM

poem by Ja Ja

Wisdom, is like a visitor That i... Read more

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A new day

poem by Ellen early

Life is too short To look to the past With all ... Read more

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HAPPINESS

poem by Tara Marie

Having happiness is best when it’s shared.... Read more

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My old lady laptop computer

poem by Roxanne Dubarry

My old lady laptop computer recently restored he... Read more

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INTIMACY

poem by Tara Marie

As I sit here waiting for you to arrive. Thinking... Read more

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GRAY LINES

poem by Tara Marie

In the beginning conversation will be what we wil... Read more

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YOURS and MINE

poem by Ja Ja

I am a son You are a daughter We’re no... Read more

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Just plodding along to the...

poem by Anna Tate

Plodding along to a merrily song Humming away, to... Read more

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The wind and breeze are da...

poem by Christopher Russon

It is really such a strange old day But in a ver... Read more

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clay akien

poem by patricia picciocchi

your soul is like a diamond shining bright the de... Read more

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Sanctity of Silence

poem by Paddy Clegg

The Sanctity of Silence When the noises that s... Read more

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LIFE'S BOOK

poem by Ja Ja

Our life is like, an empty book Each year, we ... Read more