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Accept Poems - Poems about Accept

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The Ides of March
... The ides of March sing consideration for widows who must accept that new name. The guides this March bring realization: life, as it was, will never be the same. The tides this March trace r......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, 11th grade, absence, death,
Form: Rhyme

Friends That Just Are
...There are some things in this world, That just are, That we can never fully explain, Yet they can give us courage, enough to step outside our pain, And see good in the world again, Reducing the ......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, age, analogy, appreciation, baptism,
Form: Carpe Diem
Hold hands and fly through space
...One of the most difficult experiences we have as humans is leaving someone we love with our whole being. It is heartbreaking to accept that someone we love is really bad for us. This acknowledgem......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, courage, devotion, emotions, heartbreak,
Form: Rhyme
To everyone I loved so far
... Sure, here is the corrected version of the poem: --- To everyone I loved so far: "Why do people, when they break up, never talk to each other ever again? Like when they just break up to li......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, 8th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Children of AI
...Oliver was born in 2004 to an engineer father and a cashier mother. From a young age he loved to play sports and was an avid martial artist. At primary school he was an over-achiever, but his seconda......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, abuse, allusion, life,
Form: Prose

Journel Entry Day 130
...Will I get anywhere in life? How can I find myself a job? Will I ever be noticed for anything good? Why don't I want to do what I love? Why can't I think more clearly? How can I be happy with my......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, change, confusion, depression, fate,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Hub Bub Homonyms
...Hoping my complement of words compliment your time: [The man] from Cape Town came down was a Dutch Boer much more likely be ......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, analogy,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Carpe Diem
... ‘ Seize the day ‘ ! It’s carpe diem Every day in life is a game. Life to enjoy and to explore : ......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, 12th grade, appreciation,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member OFFERING
... I am offering my love with this garland of jasmine soaked with tears in deep dolour. Please accept. Don’t feel me ashamed or to face embarrassment. ......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, lost love,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Rhymed Prose
...You’ve grown the most beautiful rose In this garden of delight Accept a little rhymed prose From your faithful knight You can wear it with suitable blouse In a shape of silver pendant A minia......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, garden, i love you,
Form: Rhyme
Ways Of The World
...John, the forerunner of Christ, preached repentance and baptized. The wrath of God, like fire, will devour the world, he said. Hedonistic ways of humans, by his life, he revised Axe is on trunks, ......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, jesus,
Form: Sonnet
When We Are Together
...There is you then there is me Together we should be The arithmetic of love 2 is one when we Your smile and your grace My new found happy place We don’t have to be a item Having a friend that’......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, boyfriend, confidence, crush, cute
Form: Rhyme
My Mother Passing
...Oh, why now? I had prayed for three more years, Man lived, then we all die, and our resting is decided by a mortal, Should it be with your father or mother or be by yourself? I had seen so many ol......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, addiction, allusion, anxiety, appreciation,
Form: Blank verse
ongoing war
...Ongoing war A not tall, a rather pudgy little man  who is an absolute ruler over his twenty million-something inhabitants  Got visited by another powerful man, who is slim but not tall like his......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, 3rd grade, allegory, anger,
Form: Blank verse
Births and Deaths
...Every day has births and deaths, Not one of them routine, While most of us are dealing with The stuff that comes between. The entries and the exits To and from our varied lives Give no clue t......Read the rest...
Categories: accept, life,
Form: Rhyme

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