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Blindness Poems - Poems about Blindness

Blindness Poems - Examples of all types of poems about blindness to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for blindness.
Premium Member Gift of Benevolence
... Written: September 09, 2023 ______________________________________________________________ In a world where boons often fade, And kindness can be obnoxiously betrayed. There is a ......Read More
Categories: blindness, analogy, appreciation, confidence, forgiveness,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member - Hearing -
... With fluttering ears a sound that no one else hears - the feeling is stuck It might have been the wind a pain and sadness that mocks us all the voice was speaking to ......Read More
Categories: blindness, deep, emotions, senses,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member From Her I Get
...(Intro) From her I get … From her I get … (Vs 1) She validates my existence Leaves me always wanting more I just love her sweet persistence Yes, she’s the one that I adore From her I ge......Read More
Categories: blindness, future, life, love, relationship,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Fools follow
...A word master I would need to be To describe all I see Leaving the cloth behind Let it all go, become one of the blind As the world bring itself to the brink On others sweat you drink Hate seem......Read More
Categories: blindness, adventure, books, drink,
Form: Rhyme
Tracing the Moments
...I surface with the morning rain, a night blindness opens its windows one by one. No work to go to so I write casting shadows upon a caged sky. Words appear beneath a curled tongue. I draw......Read More
Categories: blindness, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Trial of Red and White Fire
...Centuries ago In ancient Hermopolis A debate roared loud Between a proud Christian priest And a strange shepherd Who was a Manichaean Wearing ragged clothes And who was looking f......Read More
Categories: blindness, beautiful, fire, religion, religious,
Form: Choka
... Being a child means you are a Saint; Sin is obviously wrapped up in your skin and bones; But to the parents' blindness,a child is flawless. Mistakes are overlooked in the name of, That's a chil......Read More
Categories: blindness, child, children, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dying Earth Requiem
... Written: August 16, 2023 _____________________________________________________________ In an era where horror dwells supreme. Where ignorance and cynicism coincide. We must share ......Read More
Categories: blindness, analogy, angst, bereavement, change,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Xenodochial
... Quote: "Xenodochial (pronounced zeena-doh-key-ul) means to be hospitable. Making others feel at home is truly an art. When you can make your friends, family, and even strangers feel as if ......Read More
Categories: blindness, analogy, appreciation, character, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Forgotten Dreams
...In darkness I sleep A photoplay of dreams Shards of light wakes me To virgin sunbeams Reluctantly I rise And pull down the shades Head hits the pillow All consciousness fades Momentary bl......Read More
Categories: blindness, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In Our Feasts, We Both Drank Lover's Wine
...In Our Feasts, We Both Drank Lover's Wine, Second poets tribute series, third poet Gerard Manley Hopkins Blood that entices with its red-glow appeal Its bright warmth into a wanton soul seeks S......Read More
Categories: blindness, betrayal, dark, deep, imagination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ironwood violin
...I saw you with my ears; before my eyes could ever let you in Felt you deep within my heart; before my fingertips could begin Fully lost; I found a new spectacular, hopeful; kind of grin My mind fe......Read More
Categories: blindness, appreciation, cute love, inspirational
Form: Monorhyme
How Much Love Do We Lose
...Sometimes defend sometimes accused Memory details the excuses used Always the hardship either temper or tears Always heart ache the victim of fears The blindness we use is a terrible excuse ......Read More
Categories: blindness, emotions, psychological,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rebel Echoes
...Holding out on me, I see, Never meant to pry, Given tools to question, One foot on the platform, Fading sight. Lost "need," Must I search, What it means to be, At least within me? Flee f......Read More
Categories: blindness, conflict, endurance, identity, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Truth About The Real Comedy Of Life
...The Truth About The Real Comedy Of Life Woe is me, my poor, aching feet do sing A melody and blindness to ole blue moon The fountain of youth sold only dry sand Remember General MacArthur did r......Read More
Categories: blindness, art, creation, life, visionary,
Form: Prose

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