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Link Poems - Poems about Link

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Premium Member Flower In The Sea
... Written: April 20, 2024 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ As you explore the golden shore of life, A place to call home, where dreams rife. In the depths of your hea......Read the rest...
Categories: link, analogy, introspection,
Form: Sonnet



A fanta see overrides reality
...A fanta see overrides reality! Hello? I like to get positioned for sixty nine. Are you looking for a scheming, schlepping, and schvitzing writer? natural body and laid-back vibe?? I'm al......Read the rest...
Categories: link, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Milk Delivery ephemera poetry
...In the morning light, a milk bottle stands, A relic of bygone days, in my trembling hands. Embossed with nostalgia, a link to the past, From the dairy farm, where memories last. As a little gir......Read the rest...
Categories: link, change, childhood, history, memory,
Form: Rhyme
1,316 DAYS
...1,316 DAYS Marvelous Roman, reigning strong, sturdy and supreme, Swathed in gold, a glorious, gleaming wrestling dream. Champion for ages, Unconquerable, resolute, From ringside to rumble, his......Read the rest...
Categories: link, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme
Your indifference is the abandoned torch that scours old bridges
...Your indifference is the abandoned torch that scours old bridges, Hiding in shadows the echoes of each tremulous and cold step. Your wounds, coppery reliefs that lure me dishonorably, Urge me to e......Read the rest...
Categories: link, fantasy,
Form: Free verse



Anomie
...Dowry, drug addiction, and domestic violence rule Female foeticide and female infanticide go cool. Abortions, corruption, and gender inequality Racism, human trafficking, casteism, and poverty Fo......Read the rest...
Categories: link, humanity, life, society,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Time
...I was aware I may have lost my mind, pinpointing on the time, circular reasoning, whether in front or behind. Are thoughts a linear path like the heart? Regarding sight, what has one seen, ma......Read the rest...
Categories: link, absence, addiction, angst, birth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member POEM OF THE MONTH: April
... A message: Hello there Souper, thanks for calling by. Just thought I'd stop the roundabout of life and call out "Hi" This note is short and simple, and it won't cost you a dime I hope not narc......Read the rest...
Categories: link, friendship, inspiration, peace, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Newborn
.... We had a call - Some happy news, A baby was In six months due. The news was great to hear And when asked how they felt They ......Read the rest...
Categories: link, baby, birth, change, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CLERIHEW olson
...Black Mountain poet Charles Olson link sound to perception Open construction& breath intake so foot ,line& stress he did forsake......Read the rest...
Categories: link, poetry,
Form: Didactic
A Poet I Held
...By Cherbo Geeplay I supposed I was a poet whose ink was gilded With rich entrée that was settled and intrepid. I assumed I could bray the stony frothing ocean and see the dolphin Skate ......Read the rest...
Categories: link, inspirational, light,
Form: Rhyme
In the thicket of spinning days, where fate weaves deep
...In the thicket of spinning days, where fate weaves deep, I seek freedom on paths of stars, my wave of hope. Science tells me to believe in the dance of matter, in the sophism of time's flow, That ......Read the rest...
Categories: link, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member doof-doof
...“22½ euros for a Martini,” Peter remarked, when he first scanned the menu. “It’s not like we aren’t going to get them,” I said, “we’re not going to cheap our way to abstinence." The waiter came and ......Read the rest...
Categories: link, humor, mom, paris, student,
Form: Free verse
LETS TANGO
...LETS TANGO Nobody said, Let’s go to war But an invasion, well I never An Atlantic territory, remote Who’d respond, they thought Or perhaps get overwrought Eight thousand miles by boat Surely......Read the rest...
Categories: link, ocean, recovery from, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 8 Little Egypts
...Something strange and unexplainable comes this way, this way, it comes to us sly and fast, some say, perhaps, it has already arrived, it walks unseen, in the midst of all, of us we go a......Read the rest...
Categories: link, easter, humanity, words,
Form: Narrative

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