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Best Plain As Day Poems

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Premium Member For One Pass Of Your Breath

you write your words and they make me cry
you write those word and you know i die
but i've died so often now

i held you in...

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Categories: plain as day, lost love, love, love hurts,
Form: Free verse



Well-Hidden Misery
Look into my eyes
what do you see?
The happiness, the joy,
what about the misery?
Can't you see I'm hurting?
The feeling is plain as day.
I don't know what...

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Categories: plain as day, depression, sad
Form: Rhyme
To Have And To Hold
To find something that springs to dawning light, 
  Dazzling in the dark, a diamond in a dusty bowl, 
When not really looking, only...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plain as day, faith, life, love, uplifting, kiss, together,
Form: Verse
Woman I Love
Beauty you can't cloak,
Your Kindness as plain as day,
My love, your treasure
...

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Categories: plain as day, boyfriend, first love, girlfriend, i love
Form: Haiku
Thrilled
My love, have you finally found?
That my steps don't even touch the ground?
My head's always wrapped in fog,
And I'm caught singing to the dog?
It's all...

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Categories: plain as day, devotion, emotions, funny love, i love
Form: Lyric



Little Man
A cannibal of currency
You’re not yourself anymore.
Became your purse long ago,
Sense of self tied to coins
Of which you’ve never held.

Little man, little man,
where is your...

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Categories: plain as day, anger, evil, money, political, poverty, power,
Form: Free verse
Struggles of a poet
How can I write 
As plain as day
But have no delight
In what you take away

I speak of the sky
A royal blue
You deep fry
My chosen hue

I...

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Categories: plain as day, poetess,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CATZ
CATZ

Who thinks they understand cats,
Why they behave as they do?
I don’t know, how ‘bout you?

Why my sly, fickle feline
Demands attention Tuesday
Then, Wednesday, walks away?

Why, most...

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Categories: plain as day, animals,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bruce Walker, elegy
My teacher died.
   
   His lungs failed him.

He taught me that the lungs
harbor grief.

   His lungs are gone.
My grief...

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Categories: plain as day, death of a friend, love, teacher,
Form: Elegy
Mistress
I shall stand before he and tell him why,

why I broke this man that wish  and chose to dye,

my breath had taken him with...

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Categories: plain as day, emotions,
Form: Ballad
Violent Erratic Transgressions
My mind set to overdrive
my mindset erratic
it all comes too easy now
as I make blatant transgressions

For I am the anti-God
simply don't give a nod
to the...

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© Bj Fard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plain as day, art, death, dedication, devotion, faith, fear,
Form: Free verse
All Apologies
from me / 
""" Your Enslavement """


""How dare you."" 
""Now wipe that look of contentment off of your face."" 
""Why aren't you wearing the clown...

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Categories: plain as day, visionary,
Form: Free verse
wrinkles
the wrinkles on your own hands

 

(no matter how many lotions you have rubbed on them, no

matter how much vitamin e oils, no matter how...

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Categories: plain as day, life
Form: Free verse
Bed Label
A cloth tag on my bed disturbs me
So much so that it woke me up from sleep
I prayed that it would go away
In reality it...

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Categories: plain as day, abuse, adventure, conflict, confusion, scary, silly,
Form: Free verse
The Sun Is Shining On Me Again
I sat on a giant cemented rock in the river bed
And the sun shines through the trees all over my head
I could feel the warmth...

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Categories: plain as day, angel, beauty, confidence, destiny, faith, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Blurb
It was 3 in the morning.
Boldly he sat up in bed !
Carolyn ! Carolyn ! He said- -
I’m dead ! I’m Dead

Sleepily she answered slowly...

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Categories: plain as day, angst,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Get Up Poet
Get Up Poet 

Sick to death of adjectives
The poet died in boredom 
Trying to fit railway ties
Neatly between tracks without
Any texture or color.

The rails were...

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Categories: plain as day, on writing and words,
Form: Free verse
Never too early, never too late
its never too late,
the sacrifice is small,
I remember that feeling...
being backed up to the wall.

The road your on, 
will split in half, 
you know in...

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Categories: plain as day, faith, hope, religion
Form: Verse
Memo---Time---Outer-Body Experience and Beyond
As I memo...
Past time
As I had been 
In such severe pain
I went in for Treatments
and at last time... Once again
Seeing a doctor
For severe Whiplash

As I...

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© Star Light  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plain as day, faith, inspirational, love, mystery, peace, time,
Form: I do not know?
The Little Girl on the Porch

Sitting on the front porch watching the clouds roll by
Sat a little beautiful girl that she seemed a little shy
She didn’t talk to strangers from...

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Categories: plain as day, death, girl, beautiful, beautiful, drink, girl,
Form: Rhyme
Who Can Understand
This is my blood and tears, and my original ideals,
My pain I share that can't even reach or convince my peers.
This is not just my...

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Categories: plain as day, life, sadwords, me, pain, me,
Form: Rhyme
Sonny the Gecko
Sitting on top
of the green hill
on a flat rock
where the grass fills

Sonny the Gecko
layed very still
bathing int he sun
at the top of the hill.

Sonny was...

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Categories: plain as day, animals, friendship, imagination, voice, voice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Test your mortal soul
This old house stands all alone.

There are reasons why no one is home.

The witches brewed their deadly stews.

They sacrificed more than lambs and ewes.

They came...

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Categories: plain as day, courage, dark, fear, scary,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Sixty Years Ago
I remember as if it were yesterday
But really it was nigh onto sixty years
Not his face or height or body build somehow
I remember his attitude__character

For...

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Categories: plain as day, family, introspection, lifebody, character, day,
Form: Free verse
a horror
a young boy playing with his friends 
at the top of a snowy hill
(one fashioned from a golf course, which with its deep dives &
cuts...

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Categories: plain as day, lifesnow, snow,
Form: Free verse