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Most Popular Poems

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The Naughty BoyThere was a naughty boy, A naughty boy was he, He would not stop at home, He could not quiet be– He took In his knapsack A book Full of vowels And ...
(5.00 / 51 votes)
The Hill We ClimbWhen day comes, we ask ourselves where can we find light in this never ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade. We braved the belly of ...
(4.30 / 55 votes)
Death's LifeLife have range of sense,  But also have range of tense,  Immortal role in life of pens,  If see real life you need lens,  Death is form of an othe...
(4.79 / 32 votes)
WhatsAppSince it is free Can You call me? On WhatsApp I am today Sad and alone If You don't It will be cruelty And You loathe that, don't You?
(5.00 / 24 votes)
Nothing Gold Can StayNature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf, So Eden sank to ...
(4.15 / 38 votes)
ParentsWithout them there will be no us. Our existence their pride and joy. Our happiness their concern and satisfaction. Our mistakes their blames and wo...
(4.85 / 20 votes)
Aunty MaryI have an aunt called Mary, She loves her meat & dairy. Her lips are baggy, Her tits are saggy & Her vagina is extra hairy
(4.40 / 27 votes)
Through a Quiet PastThe past was meant to be forgotten; people are keen to believe so But not for those whose children sleep in graves, below For them, the past is a r...
(5.00 / 18 votes)
The Road Not TakenTwo roads lie in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where ...
(3.29 / 204 votes)
To FailureYou do not come dramatically, with dragons That rear up with my life between their paws And dash me butchered down beside the wagons, The horses pa...
(4.52 / 23 votes)
The Scent of LoveThe scent of your elegant body deadens my mind and leaves it imprecise I want nor wine nor weed; your resuscitative breath alone shall suffice I ca...
(4.93 / 17 votes)
Dawn To DuskThe sky’s aglow - magnificent sunrise. Chirp, chirp, chirp - the birds sing - we arise. The sun shines bold and bright. Dew drops glisten - blos...
(4.68 / 19 votes)
FeelingsTime passed when people like inner feelings,  It is the time that people like outer dealings,  This time will also pass away,  How kind of people h...
(4.93 / 16 votes)
SOne letter that follows, if added will deem To separate the real from what’s referenced or schemed “Honor from honors, Love from loves ...
(4.24 / 23 votes)
IfIf you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But mak...
(4.40 / 20 votes)
love you my dearLove you my dear Want to be your near But to tell you my feelings I am always in great fear I am always so confuse My body becomes loose. Don't ha...
(4.76 / 16 votes)
My GatekeeperEvery voice needs an ear for it to be free Every writer, a reader, or the words cease to be In my case I’ve been lucky though she came to m...
(4.59 / 17 votes)
The GardenCHOKED with ill weeds my garden lay a-dying, Hard was the ground, no bud had heart to blow, Yet shone your smile there, with your soft breath sig...
(3.92 / 28 votes)
GrindLike line dancers Doing the bump & grind Bodies streak past each other Intentionally brushing denim— Cause for conversation, apologies, Pick-up...
(5.00 / 13 votes)
WaitingI am waiting for someone No one is there It is reality or illusion I have to bear
(4.93 / 13 votes)
Unsigned Hopes And DreamsIs someone reading that? Is someone listening to that? My unsigned And undefined hopes My undefined And unsigned dreams Remain in the pending li...
(4.92 / 13 votes)
Lend me your eyesLend me your eyes so I can see The footprints I have made As I walked passed Life's eternity Lend me your eyes so I can see The window to your hea...
(4.05 / 22 votes)
My Uncorrected VisionWhen I set my gaze to afar, I can't see an oncoming car. When I crash into a deer, it suddenly becomes clear. When I'm visiting the South, I can...
(5.00 / 12 votes)
Yesterday, Today and TomorrowWhat I travelled And experienced In my past Today, I am that. What I will be tomorrow That I travel And engage today Thus, today belongs to Yest...
(5.00 / 12 votes)
Ode to Nuptial DawnIn the eastern morning’s mist & Rocky Mountains moisture evaporate sunrays increase, finger their way across still sleepy valleys, urging dayli...
(4.91 / 12 votes)

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