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Wanders Poems

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3-19-19 Ash Motes Free verse Free verse wanders, change,
11:11 Julia Williamson Rhyme Royal Rhyme Royal wanders, hope, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem Look What You are Teaching Them Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse wanders, 11th grade, 4th grade,
Premium Member Poem All Too Well William Coyne Rhyme Rhyme wanders, death, loss, love,
Premium Member Poem Deaths Cold Hand Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme wanders, death, deep, destiny,
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Premium Member Poem LOST AND FOUND Vickie Thayer Rhyme Rhyme wanders, death, drug, emotions, father,
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Premium Member Poem Return Gregory R Barden Free verse Free verse wanders, adventure, friendship, longing, love,
Premium Member Poem The Hidden Linda Milgate Blank verse Blank verse wanders, earth, father, life,
Premium Member Poem My Jewelry was Screaming at Me Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse wanders, for her,
Fairy Magic Pixie Dust Rhyme Rhyme wanders, appreciation,
Premium Member Poem Spring is in the Air Barbara Gorelick Rhyme Rhyme wanders, joy, seasons,
Thinking M. L. Kiser Diminished Hexaverse Diminished Hexaverse wanders, feelings, how i feel,
Place of Peace Shikha Singh Verse Verse wanders, cheer up, confusion, courage,
Oh, Hello Jakob Towell Free verse Free verse wanders, absence, confusion, corruption, dream,
endless movie jake aller Free verse Free verse wanders, crazy, mental illness,
Premium Member Poem A Thought Wanders Lonely Gershon Wolf Rhyme Rhyme wanders, fire, sleep, visionary,
She Sleeps in Dreams DM Babbit Personification Personification wanders, allegory, word play,
Premium Member Poem The Table of Life Charles Gragg Rhyme Rhyme wanders, life,
Premium Member Poem TRULY Leon Enriquez Alliteration Alliteration wanders, allusion,
Premium Member Poem LAVISH Leon Enriquez Alliteration Alliteration wanders, allusion,
What Souls Hope To Find Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme Rhyme wanders, soulmate,
Nomad JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry wanders, art,
The Vase Of Mindfulness Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse Free verse wanders, analogy, imagery, life, simile,
impromptu Jeff Connelly I do not know? I do not know? wanders, muse,
Premium Member Poem Who Let Him In Caren Krutsinger Rhyme Rhyme wanders, 10th grade, 4th grade,
Happiness, no pet puppy Aniruddha Pathak Limerick Limerick wanders, happiness,
LOCKED UP Albert E. Audi Verse Verse wanders, love,
Too broken to sleep dillon lewis Rhyme Rhyme wanders, depression,
The Wanderer Charlie Baker Ballad Ballad wanders, freedom,
Where I Belong Kaveesha Ruwindi Sonnet Sonnet wanders, freedom, nature,
Longing for love purbasha roy Free verse Free verse wanders, absence, confusion, deep, depression,
winter hugs alone mind MAHTAB BANGALEE Tanka Tanka wanders, emotions, lonely, poetess, poets,
Premium Member Poem FIGURING IT OUT Line Gauthier Free verse Free verse wanders, introspection, irony, judgement, life,
Son Of Perdition - II LIde Sangtam Free verse Free verse wanders, bible, christian, forgiveness, god,
Son Of Perdition - I LIde Sangtam Free verse Free verse wanders, bible, christian, father son,
Premium Member Poem Out Cackling The Others Now Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry wanders, addiction,
Can you find someone purbasha roy Free verse Free verse wanders, deep, emotions, pain,
Write JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry wanders, art,
Premium Member Poem Through The Clouded Darkness I See the SON--- James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme Rhyme wanders, appreciation, inspirational,
Twenty-five David Welch Narrative Narrative wanders, business, dream, how i
Premium Member Poem Mystery Michael Wise Rhyme Rhyme wanders, creation, fear, mystery, surreal,
Mapsx Jimmi Canada I do not know? I do not know? wanders, 9th grade, city, class,
My love's worth is naught ranendra sawan Sonnet Sonnet wanders, crush, depression, heartbroken,
Premium Member Poem An Omen Of The Taste Of Twilight Susan Ashley Free verse Free verse wanders, angst, death, fate, grief,
Premium Member Poem Waking in Dubai Lifes' Tapestry Narrative Narrative wanders, morning,
Premium Member Poem Prisoner, Mine Gregory R Barden Rhyme Rhyme wanders, dream, lost love, love,
Premium Member Poem REGAINING SELF THROUGH BETRAYAL nette onclaud Rhyme Rhyme wanders, betrayal, how i feel,
Jealous of the Sun Cooper Fitch Rhyme Rhyme wanders, depression, i miss you,
Letter to the Churches XI LIde Sangtam Free verse Free verse wanders, bible, christian, father son,
CATCHING A TRAIN Sheer Terror Free verse Free verse wanders, lost, society, sorrow, symbolism,

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Wanders Poem Example

A living hell My Agoraphobia

My Agoraphobia.
In 1983 you came back  into my life.
Bringing me nothing, but trouble and strife.
You kept me a prisoner in my own home.
When all I longed for, Was to go out alone.
You caused me pain, you made cry,
I felt so ill, I thought I would die.
From doctor, to doctor, from pillar to post.
Where o where, is the cure I wanted the most?
Where exactly does the answer lie?
Eventually I found it, in a doctor called Di.
She gave me the will to carry on and fight.
I fought so hard, with all of  my might.
The shops in the village seemed so very far away.
If only I could go out, just for one single day.
I tried and tried, the tears, the pain,
It was a battle lose or gain,
I gave it everything, yes everything I had.
It wasn’t easy, in fact, it was very bad.
In 1990, after 7 long years,
A lot of heartache, many, many tears,
I was starting to win the battle of getting out the door,
With each day, I was doing more and more,
But there was still so many things that I couldn’t do alone.
Still so many jobs, that had to be done on the phone.
I could now walk to the shops, there and back,
 get the groceries, take them home, and unpack,
But I still couldn’t get a bus into town on my own,
only if I had someone to go with, borrowed, on loan.
It took several more years, of heartbreak and pain,
Before I could finally travel alone again.
May 2nd  2000, I jumped on a bus and popped into town,
It was just like my world had been turned upside down.
HERE WAS I FREE AT LAST,
Finally free to forget the past.
So I decided to do something I had never done before. 
I started at college part time, each day I couldn’t wait to get out of the door,
To catch my bus, to feel like I had finally rejoined the human race.
Living life at a hectic pace.
Going to college at the age of 53,
Really did do wanders for me.
The computer course was harder than I thought it would be, 
but others in the class helped me.
Our tutor was really nice,
Always ready with good advice.
Now I really feel I have turned my life completely around,
With this new freedom I have found.
With a lot of help, from my husband and son,
The battle is over, finally won.
So its goodbye agoraphobia you belong in the past,
Never again will you get me in your grasp.

This is a true poem of my own battle with Agoraphobia, That robbed me of a lot of my life, 

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