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Pit Poems - Poems about Pit

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Melancholy of a Solitary Bird
... The weight of my heart feels heavy, As I watch you talk about leaving. A pit of despair swallows me whole, As I imagine a world without you, alone and cold. Every whispered word of freedom, ......Read More
Categories: pit, emotions, feelings, for him,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Courting
...He's poised at the threshold, ready to husk flight. His limbs are tense, and he seems to be in a plight. A deep pit awaits him below, as the sky is limitless. The time is here for him ......Read More
Categories: pit, analogy, appreciation, beauty, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Glory to God
...The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, For although they knew God, they neither glorified him......Read More
Categories: pit, fate,
Form: Free verse
Gentle People
... No-one notices, just like those passing shapes sunk mind deep in worlds whose gravity pulls life inwards towards a nowhere no larger than a screen. The real is detached. Thoughts, feelin......Read More
Categories: pit, computer, people, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Hidden Side of Love
...We believe love to be that ideal perfect world we seek Seeing in it, a comfort, a solace, a companionship, Thereby imbibing us with enough strength As to face our world, which can be good If it w......Read More
Categories: pit, abuse,
Form: Free verse

...labels, brands, stereotypes and barcodes. We lose ourselves to the construct we once called life and what it once sowed. we lose ourselves to society and the things we do not want to be. we lo......Read More
Categories: pit, identity, loss,
Form: Free verse
...Why do I get anxious thoughts that flow like an endless river in my veins and in my mind. Hard to control worries all tangled up getting everywhere, Why does Anxiety Blur the lines, So I ......Read More
Categories: pit, anxiety, confidence, emotions, identity,
Form: Free verse
A Road to Nowhere
... "All of us are on a journey and the answers are unspoken" ~ Constance La France There, somewhere yonder, I have to go, It looks like a long arduous journey to nowhere; Yet, I got......Read More
Categories: pit, journey,
Form: Free verse
... An old man sits in the crowd, he briefly caught my attention, I wasn’t sure if I should stand or bend or just pretend, but I had this horrible feeling that was so revealing. The tension bloated my ......Read More
Categories: pit, community, corruption, courage, creation,
Form: Narrative
What She Taught and What She Learned, Part II
......At first he said, “It’s okay, babe. I work hard, I deserve my play. For several years he managed it, played to the masses in the pit. They lived the high life, best they could, for a good w......Read More
Categories: pit, age, change, lust, men,
Form: Narrative
the Planets part one
...after Gustav Holst Do you remember when you told me that story of all the Planets in the sky and how they all had different jobs and had different people they were in charge of? (i) In the ......Read More
Categories: pit, journey,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member fat, juicy, and sweet
...blood red on deep green pit against a bright cheery sky pomegranate blooms cling tight to their trees tussled by the breeze pretty petals flutter away little bumps emerge summer swells crims......Read More
Categories: pit, fruit,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beyond the Horizon
...Let's push the borders of reality Of knowing what's wrong or right Without an agenda that makes The sheep follow closely behind What is it like to fly with limitless sight? Knowledge or wisdom d......Read More
Categories: pit, boat, encouraging, inspiration, journey,
Form: Free verse
Toughest skirt for a wide hip
...Quite awful had been the gossip: About a widening girl's hip. "Why would it not Holy Men trip And apart the toughest skirt rip?" Quite idle had been the gossip: About Eves' wears eyes could of......Read More
Categories: pit, evil, image, language, words,
Form: Rhyme
I refuse to believe it
...I've refused to quite believe it The first thing I'll cast into pit: A man keeping a grace feline, Whereas he quaffs a lot of wine; Better than all of us name signs, Fine Table Manners as he din......Read More
Categories: pit, celebrity, character, community, drink,
Form: Rhyme

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