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Grook Inspirational Poems | Grook Poems About Inspirational

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God's serenity tree

Not all fruit ripens at the same time                                                                                         
but it grows on the same tree 		                                                                          
Like the green herb seed with in it's kind                                                                               
with healing leave's increase's come with eternity

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2011

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I'm A Chump

<                                        emphasis of labor day

                                        symbolic's end of summer

                                        picnics and parades display

                                     American workers get chummier

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2010

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Scoop from a friend

1. Success of anything,
2. Doesn't come easily.
3. All men are not God
4. Compromise is two-
way things.
5. If a man wants you,
6. Nothing can keep him 
7. Nothing can make him 
8. If he doesn't want 

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole | Year Posted 2013

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When nepenthe dims the years
One seeks tender memories

More and more out-of-body –
Sweet absent hours without fear –

Prized moments come one-by-one,	
Settle as in waking dreams,

And with each treasured twinkling
Pain is gone, we’re young again

Copyright © daver austin | Year Posted 2013

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Uuuuh Grook

Uuuuhhh I know what’s a grook
The first and third lines must rhyme
Its not a bad recipe from a cook book
The second and fourth line too vowel-chime

Copyright © Sidney Hall Mad Poet | Year Posted 2010

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Admire God's Creation

The many floral colours of the valley we admire
To some the colour of people are hated
Artists use the flowers to inspire their desires
All are God’s creation, none should be discriminated

Copyright © Sidney Hall Mad Poet | Year Posted 2010

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Born to die

Born to die
The helm of life is yours to command
Starts off sweet, before you know it goodbye


Copyright © Sidney Hall Mad Poet | Year Posted 2010

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Where Does Night Rest Her Eyes

What ivory smiles
Playing her piano
In the dark, but
Where does night
Rest her eyes,
In this land of Tunisia
Bringing stars
Through the
Will of God

Copyright © Gregory Golden | Year Posted 2009

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Somewhere in From Somewhere Else

Do you believe in rainbows?
Does the moon still rise 
over the oceans?
Does sunlight still light up the meadow?
           Time wears down all things
but if you listen to the muse
you can escape 
from the cycle of birth and death
Even if only for a brief moment
          the words pour out
          like someone sticking 
a finger in the
        Let's see if 
our efforts 
              can hold back 
the tide
           Before we are engulfed 
by the saters
we must learn
                 how to find 
          even in the 
darkest hour
               Let the chorus sing
                We'll still hold 
our banner aloft
and we'll let
          Tomorrow awaits
let's be prepared to welcome it

Copyright © Matthew Anish | Year Posted 2007