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  • by Rosemary Winters
    Sometimes, when we're very lucky, we find a way to journey into the past.
  • by Mars
    Description of the parting image of one who has left a trail of damage and destruction without realizing it.
  • by Je ' Free
    This poem explores the spiritual search for peace and harmony.
  • by Mark Madison
    I have no idea where to put this poem. It's about life. But it's also about love. And it's also a little strange, and little funny. Guess that's why we have the Buffet?
  • by Vinny
    This is a true story. About two lives that stretched across years, yet were captured in moments. It's about love and about death. And, too, about beauty.
  • by Beth Rodgers
    Sometimes a phone call can change our lives. But only if we have the courage to make it…
  • by Michael Anderson
    Life is often an uphill struggle that feels like it's on a steady decline. When it seems there is no progress, can be no progress, how does it make you feel?
  • by Katherine James
    Looking for a friend? Maybe the best one you'll ever find has four legs, instead of two.
  • by Julianne
    The writing of words, and expressions of deep feelings, is a unique experience, with nothing else quite matching it.
  • by Jeremy Addison
    This is a fascinating excursion into sorrow and confusion. With, perhaps, just a tinge of anger…
  • by Blue
    There are times when we all feel a bit like this…
  • by Jessica Stamps
    We can't escape it, yet no one really understands it.

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  • by Faye Jones
    Are women from the South really a different breed? This light hearted poem will certainly make you wonder…
  • by Wendy Flora
    This is a delightful poem, with a unique insight and a clever twist. An, no, it's not about olives…
  • by Kit McCallum
    If patience is a virtue, shouldn't the same be true of procrastination? This delightful poem suggests otherwise.
  • by Kimmie
    Here are three examples of a classic, and very beautiful, form of poetry.
  • by Designer
    Faced with someone's attempted suicide, what arguments for living would you find?
  • by Stéphanie Lafleur
    How do you give advice to a friend that you've been unable to heed yourself?
  • by Miss Abagail Mannering
    This is a beautiful poem about a long-ago time, and Truth that is as alive today as it was then.
  • by Judith Stafford
    Ireland has a long history, and not all of it is about shamrocks and lucky leprechauns.
  • by Free Once More
    These cries are ones we have all made at one time or another. Cries to be free from restrictions, cries to be ourselves.
  • by James Mcfadden
    Is astrology art or science? And, if we knew, would be better know ourselves?
  • by Alastair Adamson
    This imaginative poet rolls back the clock three centuries to look at a political event still shaping history today.
  • by Christine McClimans
    For a child, magic is very real. And aren't we all, in the end, still children?
  • by Cheryl D'Aprix
    Only a gifted poet could turn a bad case of cabin fever into a delightful poem of freedom and beauty.
  • by Lisa Teller
    This poem is about a country torn by war, but more than that, it's about a hope and a dream for peace.
  • by Angela K. Dyson
    This poem is about celebrities and the impact they have on our lives. But, maybe, it's really more about us…
  • by Philip Zemler
    Things are not always as they seem, especially for a gifted poet whose sight in undiminished by the mundane.
  • by Lloyd Klumpp
    Why
    Why do poets write? Why, indeed?
  • by Fox
    Everyone does it, and everyone does it differently. And, yet, it's really all the same…
  • by Nancy Ness
    Do you listen to the birds? Perhaps you should listen a little more closely…
  • by Faye Jones
    The making of Quilts is more than a craft. It's often an act of Love.
  • by Edilberto González-Trejos
    People are not always what they seem, and the pain they cause to others can be small beside what they cause to themselves.
  • by Edilberto González-Trejos
    A look at life, love, and sex - from the Cosmic View.
  • by KJ
    All poems are about Truth, but this one doesn't beat around the bush. Or, uh, does it?
  • by Lilly
    The author, when submitting her poem, suggested a new category called Dark Poetry. When you read this, you'll understand why.
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    When a loved one is forcibly taken from us, a talented poet will often see things differently than might the ordinary woman.
  • by Michael Anderson
    What does a "virgin white rose" have to do with the somber beauty of the ocean?
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