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Identify Poems - Poems about Identify

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Premium Member Today May Get Fatey
...It was the kind of day you step in front of traffic, then dare fate to fold you up in newspaper headlines. Oh dreams came true alright, but you should have dreamed about not being a foolhardy dr......Read More
Categories: identify, crush, deep, fate, humorous,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Appreciation, Without Full Knowledge
... I must confess I can’t identify, by name, all common flowers, plants, and trees. If I were smarter, I suppose I’d try to learn them. This new knowledge might appease my flagging self-esteem, b......Read More
Categories: identify, appreciation, nature,
Form: Dizain
Premium Member A Tale Never Told
... It was a tedious trek down the hill. Sky shrouded in rain clouds was in utter DARKNESS. Knowing I won’t reach home without getting wet, Looked for a shelter, feeling imminent threa......Read More
Categories: identify, fear, halloween, rain,
Form: Free verse
...In order to start a journey One must take a look at its surroundings, the atmosphere And discover what’s in the background To identify what needs to be discovered One may discover more than the......Read More
Categories: identify, destiny,
Form: Free verse
...INFRA DIG The effect of time on sculpture is to patinate Albeit that such artistic skill may be innate The age of such treasures whether early or late May for most, be quite difficult to calcul......Read More
Categories: identify, history,
Form: Monorhyme

Premium Member Little Things Mean So Much
... The rose has long been the symbol of love It matters not, the red rose is universal Love has evolved through the centuries to the present Without this unique symbol To identify the ......Read More
Categories: identify, love,
Form: Free verse
...Hey buddy I can’t tell how you feel How you cope and slope How you firmly grasp hot steel Methinks you`re courageous. In stoic life’s state, just state no crime! For you have one irreplaceable......Read More
Categories: identify, cheer up, courage, identity,
Form: Free verse
Yellow Flower With The Violet Flame
...Her sunflower bloomed In sunset sky of twilight. Her aura shone bright, Painted with vibrant shades of Violet and lavender. For K.K.T. (July 2004 to May 2022) --- This tanka poem is abo......Read More
Categories: identify, angel, death of a
Form: Tanka
May be
...May be, something better is coming As the roadblocks are growing Although, it's demanding a lot And I feel like i am totally lost But may be its the cost So that, later on I won't be mocked ......Read More
Categories: identify, age, anxiety, conflict, courage,
Form: Rhyme
Stretching Away From Self
...This cyclic-round-wheel-gyre-chakra bound business of humanness - such an unnecessary habit. I have stuffed my mind, I have put on brown leather shoes, and nothing else in the world puts on a......Read More
Categories: identify, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...Soar I am lighter than a feather I'll fly up to the Father I will fly away up to the Father farther than anything He'll embrace me engage me Gently my Father baptize me And in His holine......Read More
Categories: identify, analogy, appreciation, beautiful, confidence,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member I Breathe Pure Life
...Catch the sound of green petals echo the thoughts of my mind left with a weak feeling while gently waving your thumb lack of procrastination Amadeus Theme with its comp......Read More
Categories: identify, analogy, appreciation, life,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member Morning of the Great Horned Owl
... It’s mating call was unmistakable. I knew instinctively it could only be that of the great horned owl coming from a dense wooded area where the gravel road I was about to take my usual ......Read More
Categories: identify, nature,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Memorial Dome
...A sole dilemma is one's own mindset. All are ideal in the absence of erudition. Nothing needs changing in the intellect. Mental woes arise if struck by tradition. The globe is prese......Read More
Categories: identify, analogy, character, fear, introspection,
Form: Sonnet
Respite from mortality
...Poetry knows no age, as thee Marcia Abramsohn (the former ex lady friend of my late father corresponded with me some years back) wrote (by hand nonetheless, a long lost art) inlaid with ambidext......Read More
Categories: identify, absence, age, anxiety, birth,
Form: Free verse

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