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Wantingly Poems | Examples of Wantingly Poetry

Wantingly Poems. Below are examples of poems about wantingly. This list of poetry about wantingly is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of wantingly poetry. This list of works about wantingly is a great resource for examples of wantingly poems and show how to write poems about wantingly. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Wantingly Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
This Gypsy Soul Charmaine Chircop Lyric wantingly, africa, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem For the Closeness of a Companion W.C. Hull Free verse wantingly, emotions,
Come Back To Me Lyn Church Free verse wantingly, desire, dream, love, lust,
Premium Member Poem To our Union James Fraser ABC wantingly, celebration, cute love, husband,
This Gypsy Soul Charmaine Chircop Free verse wantingly, adventure, joy, love,
This Gypsy Soul Charmaine Chircop Free verse wantingly, absence, passion,
Looking Glass Andrew Repenning Blank verse wantingly, love, passion, romance,
Candy Coated Cream Rachel St.Cross Free verse wantingly, love, passion,
At The Gates of Beautiful John Rhinem I do not know? wantingly, hope, life, love,
Play it again, Sam George Aul Free verse wantingly, passion, romance, music, music,

~ Destiny II ~
by John Rhinem
Smiling, as our glances would glimpse, knowing, as our souls would meet

Upon this plane of sphere, where time, it did not ever exist

These curtains, no...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wantingly, love

....Darkness Falls....
by John Rhinem
Do you really think, that I am going to trade my eternal soul,
for your bowl of germ infested puke? Think again!
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O' sullen sullies of...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wantingly, visionary