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Posts Tagged "hope" By azzow2 (79) Posts by anyone

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Oct 5, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Word
After discussion with atheists complaining about christianity never doing anything, i thought of this poem in 5 to 10 minutes. I cannot say I have written such a poem before, especially with some of the complexities included. I thought it ...
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Oct 17, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Organist1
I'm going to my first poetry reading tonight. It's not that I am a new poet, but that I have never read my poems in public before. I hope I don't get booed off the stage. :D
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Mar 5, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Petter
Abstinence indeed!
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Dec 31, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by Triphid
Red Dust, Saltbush and Flies. William Anthony. 2 abreast, 3 deep in harness all...
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Dec 30, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by anti-augustine49
What I'd give, and forever more, for a kiss of hope and one cigarette more.
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Dec 14, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by beerhungry
Confession If you're sending me the message Through the winds of the soul With that facial expressage From our last moment of all If you know that I am reading And you hope I may come To fit all the pieces of reading Together, well I've lost ...
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Dec 14, 2018Dec 2018

Posted by beerhungry
Confession If you're sending me the message Through the winds of the soul With that facial expressage From our last moment of all If you know that I am reading And you hope I may come To fit all the pieces of reading Together, well I've lost ...
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Shared from Love & Relationships
Oct 29, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by beerhungry
Why to love Why to burn In sweetness of the pain Why to wait And freeze in snow and rain Why to fall And sacrifice your dreams Why to find That nothing's what it seems Why to steal A heart from other house Why to be A captive of a spouse Why to ...
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Shared from Love & Relationships
Oct 4, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by beerhungry
I'm pulling over I'm pulling over need to look at the map I roll down the window I undo the strap No not doing U-turn it's a slippery slope I'm just a bit tired of not having a hope The signs are for losers who don't want to die Afraid to crash off...
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Sep 9, 2018Sep 2018

Posted by KrisSmith1
May mother nature's tool please With a cool breeze poetry bars
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Aug 26, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by rcandlish
Crackling change, enflamed in ever newly fashion leaves only ash to dry away the tears and change splitting still unfolds a breath of whispered, wasted dreams consumed within their passion ideas used and found useless, thrown down, discarded, ...
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Aug 7, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by CesStuart
To a god, Still, to this day, many thoughts flood my mind. I look around and all I see is suffering. Suffering all around me! Suffering of my fellowmen! Suffering of my family! Suffering of everyone I love! Is there a reason why you would allow ...
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Aug 5, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by CesStuart
To my former lover, I write not knowing which words to say. What more can be said? Saying "I love you" can't turn back the past. Loving you is a curse. Lovers, such as I, cannot survive thy love. I'm merely a moth dazzled by a flame And burned by ...
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Jul 27, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Avouleance
Vivisection Thank you former flame For cutting me open Letting me see inside And scoop parts out With cold colorless clarity Doesn’t look much good But now I can Rearrange what didn’t work An exchange is made Anatomical accuracy is sacrificed ...
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Jul 16, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Lop-Eared-Mule
A BURIAL AT SEA Alone neath the ship's bridge at midnight, I stood under a crescent moon. On the cold North Sea where he once did sail, his ashes now join Neptune. With a final word I cast him down, but he did not want this resting place. In the ...
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Jul 8, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by VeroJulius
Days go by without you Oh days go by, by, by Without you How can I come through the veil of deceit When the shadows don't answer my call I am an apprentice of the imagination I need to learn the masters illness Irrelevance is this poem I am dead ...
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Jul 6, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Merlinseyes
My Friend the Blind Rabbi You were one of a million yellow stars That didn’t ascend the sky God spared you and your lovely wife Only He knows why I don’t know how many friends you made Or how many friends and loved ones you lost It must have ...
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Jul 5, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Knavefool
The middle path is the hardest road for a man to walk with grace I’ve spent my life in a cold dark cell or else, well, lost in space My heart full of peace, harmony, love, greeting each one with a smile Or hanging out down on Hooligan Street with ...
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Jul 3, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by greengurlt
Strong Women All my life surrounded by strong women, Listening to their journey song, But in my own mind I felt weak, Did not feel like I beed. I had never been through what they had experienced, Did not believe I could survive if I had, Their ...
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Jun 22, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by azzow2
18 wheel fighting those torrid hills of sleepless nights. Sleep in the rig dare not tip the jig the highway has its own gig. Air breaks keep um safe, those pools of endless spools of rubbernecking fools. Splat that bug thought it was bigger than...
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Jun 15, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by Residualspirit
Dear miss I am sorry I don't know your name But I do know your life will stay the same I was given the fated hand that held your world And I chose to keep it safe and pearled You may never know of me or my place in your life But I made the choice to ...
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Jun 14, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by pixiedust
This haiku of hope was inspired by the planning session for an employee network on disability that I am a member of. Kindness and respect, All differences reflect Our caring culture.
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Jun 11, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by StJohn
Christian upbringing. Born free Baptised with water and chains Pap fed with guilt and crushed reason Until only obedience remains. Reality challenged by doctrine Innocence damned beyond hope Fairies are not real in the garden But water is blessed ...
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Jun 8, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by Tomfoolery33
Without Meaning This burning churning somewhere south of the solar plexus, nexus of nerves tingling wringing out electricity, has led me somewhere— anywhere— as movement is necessity, as electricity is life. Impulse not recognized, origin ...
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Jun 6, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by Ciravolostone
This is another one I wrote for my first wife. I am working on editing these and many others to publish them for my daughters. It is not like any of them will ever be known as anything other than tortured sad and desperate attempts at writing that in...
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Posted by PetterAbstinence indeed!

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Posted by EldovisWing Of Desire From your woman body Like a wing was born my desire It grew from your body entire From your feet to your hips From your light waist To your shoulders spring Like a wing was ...

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