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Regard Poems - Poems about Regard

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...The rig rolled through Laredo On the road to San Antone, Its eighteen wheels of commerce Headed north from parts unknown. The shipping costs all paid to Their coyote chaperones. The pla......Read More
Categories: regard, allegory, america, anger, immigration,
Form: Dramatic Verse

... ENAMORED : Your smile comes easily like folding clouds. Stretching side by side in different styles. I wish I would have you at my side. If only you can decide, I will rise up and show you h......Read More
Categories: regard, friendship love, love,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Humbler Heroes
...Earth's urgent need for humbler heroes finds unenlightened me clinging to early fears and angers muttering loathing and festering hate. Meanwhile Brother Integrity and Sister Humility no......Read More
Categories: regard, america, culture, earth, health,
Form: Political Verse
Lagging Behind
... I’m glad to see you my dear brother How’s our mom- a very loving mother? It’s been a year since you’ve sold me To your friend with lots of money. I miss our mom so much, I really ......Read More
Categories: regard, bird,
Form: Personification
...JERLENE Jerlene, lovely and beautiful young lady Your tantalizing eyes enthralls a lonesome heart Your smile captivates a feeble heart Allures and fascinates a lonely life. Every man is ......Read More
Categories: regard, angel, appreciation, beauty, christian,
Form: Acrostic

... June 29 Scripture Meditations Based on Proverbs 22 Key Verse – Proverbs 22:6 Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. MY GOD, THANK......Read More
Categories: regard, blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme
Fatherhood sans giving birth
...Father is not just one who gives birth to children I have seen friends who lost their father when they were in teens and had to play role of father They curbed childish instincts to be ......Read More
Categories: regard, birth, father, fathers day,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MY SOUL AGAINST THE WIND-Let Me Die the Blight of Job
...Going to me my soul against the wind velocity zephyr on this day I open my mouth and I pray allow let this day let me perish Oh I wish that I was not born in the night my soul's agai......Read More
Categories: regard, analogy, anxiety, endurance, how
Form: Dramatic Monologue
...THE RABBLE-ROUSERS: Can't define the last time we met. That moment was very historical. And it's always kept with a reminisce, Since we all remain simply antithetical. And it proves there's a ......Read More
Categories: regard, abuse, bullying, confidence, engagement,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Broken Locket
...I espied her regard and deemed her depth. She requested that I "Hold this for me." I dare you, do not let it fall on earth. It's gotten loose to point at agony. The locket to my......Read More
Categories: regard, analogy, appreciation, first love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Holistic Health Choices
...There probably are some psychotropic meds helpful with win/win rerooted thinking reconnecting within feelings, positive and negative But meth and alcohol and heroin and depression and anxie......Read More
Categories: regard, health, integrity, passion, peace,
Form: Political Verse
See How Sense Hardened Sin
...Wems Henry Temmy Psalm 83 Darkness darkened atmospheric blue to at most 95? I suggest At least there is always a clue to a path of light darkness can't arrest Sound's symphony can't beat its ec......Read More
Categories: regard, abuse, art, blue, christian,
Form: Rhyme
Funny Drift
...Kelogb (6-7-6) Poem stolen as gift Lacks regard in all shifts Clouded of ego's drifts......Read More
Categories: regard, abuse, age, art, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
... June 14 Scripture Meditations Based on Proverbs 7 Key Verse – Proverbs 7:2-3 Keep my commandments, and live; and my law as the apple of thine eye. Bind them upon thy fingers, write them upon th......Read More
Categories: regard, blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member On Writing Contemporary Poetry
...Are contemporary poets wallowing in meaningless rubbish? Can they be called poets whose works are incomprehensible? Without regard for meter, rhyme, or rhythm, I think, gibberish, They......Read More
Categories: regard, poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Quatrain

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