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Poems on Life (101-150)

  • by Geoff Sanderson
    Truth can often be found in unlikely places. And at equally unlikely times.
  • by Lisa Winn
    Communication brings all people closer - and poetry within the family does much the same.
  • by Alan Wawruck
    Marriage and family aren't always what they seem.
  • by Alicia Vasquez
    This is a very beautiful poem about growing up, as seen through the eyes of a mother.
  • by LJ
    We all have uncertainties, but being adopted can raise even more questions.
  • by Mark Gamble
    In the eyes of a poet, even chaos can be beautiful.
  • by Pammy B
    There is a beauty in childhood not easily denied.
  • by Michelle Newton
    This talented writer discovers that poetry can do more than just communicate.
  • by Misty Hawley
    If we were to be blindfolded when we meet new people, would our first impressions change?
  • by Jennifer
    Every one of us feels conflicted at times. This poem contains just that - conflicting lines.
  • by Allison Mathis
    This young poetess wrote this poem as she was about to move away from her friends, her life, and her home.
  • by J. Samm
    This very exceptional writer artfully expresses the feelings that young people experience as they search for their place in society.

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  • by Kate
    It might sound cliched, but it is hard to follow your dreams when the world is telling you that you shouldn't want what you want.
  • by Jen
    The people who have touched our souls are forever in our minds, and their essence is forever locked within our hearts.
  • by Aurora
    This poem tells all people (not just knights) of chivalry - about the art of NOT complaining when something doesn't go your way.
  • by Winnybear
    None of us wants to see our parents grow older, or become weak or ill. This poet expresses those feelings beautifully.
  • by Belisle
    "To thine own self be true" means, first, discovering who you really are.
  • by Belisle
    Death and Life aren't separate forces, but must be examined together. As reflections of each other and how they impact each of us.
  • by Leonna
    The only way to achieve anything is to first dream of it.
  • by Rini
    Life can be characterized by many things - even by the colors we see every day.
  • by Douglas Burruss
    Most believe that being tough is a virtue, a way to get through Life. But that's not always the case…
  • by Laura Lisle
    We have a subcategory in the Sad section for death, but - even though this poem is about that subject, it's really far more about Life and its inevitable end.
  • by Lloyd Klumpp
    Living is often a matter of setting priorities about what's important to us. Before it's too late…
  • by Sharon A. Bryington
    This delightful poem could have fit into almost any category, but I thought it's perspective on Life - and on death - would bring a particular message to this one.
  • by Casey S
    There are few things in Life that are constant, especially our feelings. Heck, maybe there are few things in the Universe that are really constant.
  • by Barry Bickar
    Is there is a reason behind this thing we call Life?
  • by Andrea Hill
    If there is any advice to be taken from another's poetry, do what this poem says. Your next meeting with a loved one may be further away than you know.
  • by Billy
    This is a delightful look at Love and Life, and the priorities of our world.
  • by Kayn
    Many people spend their entire lives struggling to uncover the meaning of life.
  • by Ted Reynolds
    This poem artfully explores life's lessons, met by a child - learned for eternity.
  • by Ryan Williams
    We all search for our "place" in life. This poet tells a story of finding that place, realizing it, and appreciating it.
  • by Ladycat
    This poet artfully explores that very basic premise - "What does life really mean?"
  • by Donnie Winslow
    What to think? What to do? Why? Why not? So many decisions we have to make in our lives...
  • by Dove
    We all must not forget to love and cherish each other, and to thank God for what we have.
  • by Jessica Lee
    Sometimes fantasy and reality can be so intertwined, we can't tell where one ends and the other begins.
  • by Alison Rotmark
    We're all very different from one another, and yet we're much the same - especially when seen through blind eyes...
  • by Dee
    Unusual metaphors can sometimes reveal a lot about us. And about life.
  • by Starlight
    Sometimes the simplest things are the ones that give us the most insight.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Sometimes, the best way to make a point is to evoke the feelings without trying to make the point…
  • by Faye Jones
    This wonderful poet has a very candid way of looking at today's society.
  • by Helen Carter
    Life changes us, and not always in ways we like. But we always have choices.
  • by Kevin Rose
    Sometimes, we see the world through tinted glass. We would do well to remember there are few absolutes, especially in people.
  • by May Richardson
    This lovely poem explores a distinctly appropriate metaphor for Live.
  • by Faye Jones
    Poems don't have to be long to hold really awesome Truths…
  • by Ammon Taylor
    We all look for it: the perfect love, the perfect family, the perfect Life. Maybe, just maybe, it's time to stop.
  • by Ray Collings
    They're called by different names in different places, but it's nonetheless a phenomena of daily Life that almost every one knows…
  • by Dan Peeper
    There are many metaphors for life, each giving us different insights. Some give us very different insights.
  • by Emily Fessler
    Loving people, in the end, means accepting them as they are.
  • by Dae
    Life is a constant flux of change, whether we want it or not.
  • by Julie Clark
    It's hard to imagine just how big Life can be, until we start thinking about all the things we could be doing.
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