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Holiday Lay Poems

These Holiday Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about Holiday. These are the best examples of Lay Holiday poems written by international poets.

The Logarithmic Death

I'm on a learning curve and learned today
a straight line means exponential growth, and
the steeper the line, the faster the death toll. 

You saw the...

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Categories: angst,

How sweet it was to feel your touch.
Scent of your skin I missed as much.

From far across the world you came.
Alas, you had to leave...

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Categories: absence, daughter, emotions,

Premium Member Her Last Holiday -- LEI
Having been alone for Yuletide
On New Year’s morn, she stared outside

Neighbors were packing lights away
To place in storage, where they’d stay

For such décor, she’d lost...

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Categories: loneliness,

Premium Member Lay Down Be Still
Lay Down Be Still

I am not responsible, 
for what happened to you. 
You are accountable;
to what happened to me. 
That was and is still a...

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Categories: lay, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak,

Premium Member You didn't sin
The word for 'sin' in Hebrew's 'chayt'*
The dictionary says, but wait --
It really doesn't mean 'to sin'
That meaning is a bit of spin....

'Chayt' really means...

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Categories: faith, forgiveness, god, holiday,

to have a ball
eat good food
thinksgiving is cool
than  jesus is born
tho world still torn
be a happy sun gun
have some

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Categories: adventure, happiness,

Premium Member Where Skeletons Lay
The witch and her black cat stir up some evil
In the darkness and the stillness of the night
The old graveyard brings up feelings that are...

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Categories: lay, holiday, life,


The room is cleaned up
and because it is saturday
the sheets are linen
pure, white and steamed,
the dinner is a banquet
and the dessert is an apple pie


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Categories: life, love, philosophy, sad,

A Hawaiian Lay
Let me tell you of a man in a roundabout way
As you casually straighten your tie
The first I heard of Wales 
Was in a public...

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Categories: lay, history, life, on work