Places Poetry Poems

These Places Poetry poems are examples of Poetry poems about Places. These are the best examples of Poetry Places poems written by international poets.


Astro Poetry by Bernice Makotanyane
Planet diving the galaxy, 
Moon shoes on it's a moonwalk, 
Give me love and show me love, 
You can tag along on this trip, 
We...

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Categories: poetry, fantasy,

What is love by Eke jeffrey chinedu
It is quiet and dark,with no one around,
Just a little girl,who was almost dying.
My heart felt so heavy with grief
when she looked at me
with those...

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Categories: poetry, child, death, loneliness, love,



Premium MemberTips For Modern Poetry by Curtis Moorman
TIPS FOR MODERN POETRY TO BUDDING POETS OF ALL AGES

Dear Budding (novice) Poet: First of all, welcome to the wonderful world of 'word weaving'! Second,...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

I made you my subject by Trittya Yelane
Your rejection, gave affection
for me to write
Became my strength, hidden talent
came outside.

I tried, completely died
but you never understood
Broken heart, acted smart
Prentended to be cool.

Was finished,...

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Categories: poetry, 12th grade, adventure, age,

Premium MemberCOMMON Commonality by Gregory R Barden

WE ...

Slaves to the pen, (or our keyboard, more apt)
          The molding of words, in a...

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Categories: appreciation, friendship, life, poetry,

Lost by Laura Simm
Oh lost soul, haven't you been told?
That things get better, as one grows old.
Knowledge accumulates, and talent blossoms,
With this, grows your everlasting options.

Take the easy...

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Categories: poetry, blue, depression, faith, hope,

Premium MemberSouper-Selfies by Nina Parmenter
Poems are selfies for brains,
Parading our joys and our pains,
We’re not sharing faces,
But much deeper places -
We’re hanging our souls out for praise!

We type them...

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Categories: poetry, fun, funny, humor, humorous,

Guamera by Rene Saldana
To know such distant memories are here with me now.
To conceptualize knowing and experiencing the roots binding me to this earth. 
Painful and joyous.
Opulent phantoms.

Tongues...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, birth, childhood, memory,

Besma by Besma Riabi Dziri
Besma


Friendly, sensitive, hardworking.

Daughter of a hearty kind man and a strict independent woman.

Who loves her family, happy environments and challenges.

Who feels sorry about what happens...

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Categories: identity, poetry,

Wedding dresses by Sifundo Khanyile
Savanna forest crayons
February 22 · 
White Dresses (Worker poems)

Dry land consist the soil,
that comprises of a grass,
it also consist of the rivers,
with banks of sands-

People...

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Categories: poetry, africa, age, care, career,

No Chorus by Dalton Ogletree
3/13/15

To many my words were gloomy
But it was absolutely groovy
As I continued to speak truly
Whether or not it was seen as spooky

They said I needed...

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Categories: dark, poetry, rap, word

Premium MemberFloccinaucinihilipilification And Very Little Heart by Robert Lindley
Floccinaucinihilipilification And Very Little Heart
    (Second of Three Poem Trilogy)

II

Winter blowing in fierce, bitter cold now lingers
soon the "old and useless" will...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, art, creation, poems,

Premium MemberPoets by Toni Sullivan
Why do poets take such pains to 
create something so hard to understand?
Do they purposely try to cover deep truths
with big words and fancy phrases?
Why...

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Categories: poetry, poets, self, wisdom,

Premium MemberGRUBBING by Vicki Acquah
Adjusting Appetizing Palates.
I have sampled the variety,
I am the one who has tasted life;
The one who has had a taste of life.
Rarely indulged in the...

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Categories: appreciation, food, poetry,

Premium MemberHaunting Fruits and Innocent Wishes by Richard Lamoureux
Thanks to Muhammad Imtiaz for allowing me to work with him to create this piece. I added a bit of fantasy to his real life...

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Categories: poetry, boy, confusion, journey, poverty,

Premium MemberShould I Return by Eileen Manassian
Should i return when to places I once knew
the landscape changed, the sky a different hue?
Should i return to people I have loved
the ones who...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium MemberPoetry of Love by Sian St. John
Poetry of Love

When youth becomes a distant memory,
I sit and ponder how life passes by
and pray to up above with daily pleas,
to settle down with...

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Categories: love, poetry,

Unknown Faces by Laurette van der Merwe
Unknown faces …  in worn out places … 
telling stories … of slowed down paces. 
Lights are dim … they can’t get in …...

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Categories: loneliness, lost, poetry,

Premium MemberWash Back Days by Freddie Robinson Jr.

The past got a wet way of coming back
to unsettle the present
	with haunting future dreams
Who moistened the bed
with such troublesome memories?
There are dark terrors in...

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Categories: poetry, history, judgement, truth, wisdom,

Premium MemberBESEECHINGLY by millard lowe

May the beauty of the spirit 
of our ancestors—the rocks of ages
and infinite energy—continue to warm
our souls; sustaining and keeping us
as we walk—tracing footprints to...

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Categories: poetry, africa, allegory, analogy, black