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Whose Poems - Poems about Whose

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...pen No tormenting words were spoken The walking dead feeds on its bloody organ It was the gushy blood of j.p morgan Whose eyes were plucked and smashed His inside guts were also slashed 10-27-2020 ......Read More
Categories: whose, horror,
Form: Rhyme

In The Lonely Hour
...y can do is stare blankly.” ? F. Scott Fitzgerald To the boy who almost saw heaven at eight years old and the man whose family heirloom is loss I know how it feels. When the call comes 10 mins after the interview, the earth sto......Read More
Categories: whose, absence, cry, emotions, grief,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member last night's moments without TV
...ars now my father is In leisure time, always praying and staying at home Pleasing conversation with the life partner Whose age is also 64 The ebb of life, connection to the supreme being in mind Yesterday was Vijaya Dashami of the Hi......Read More
Categories: whose, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Child of the King
...ll of it just rot. Why THEN did You come forth to me, in my shear pain and misery? I was readying to throw Your book, whose words I could not see! Why would those words upon that page not form a bit of sense? Those ancient English wor......Read More
Categories: whose, blessing, christian, depression, devotion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Sometimes Crooked Path
...was mine. The Love that held You to that cross was Thine. Still. You’re still Savior And I’m grateful to the One, Whose desire to hold me, Is greater and more powerful, Than my desire to run.......Read More
Categories: whose, christian,
Form: Rhyme

Shore-less Isle
... Somewhere there lives a nameless world beyond the farthest star whose sight escapes the searching gaze of watchers from afar. The distant orb’s inherent life emerged throughout the ......Read More
Categories: whose, space, stars, universe, world,
Form: Rhyme
My Love Is a Palm Tree grows; Who’s she? Twain palm-tree open palms grace-fully fanned for a homely hug; Who’s she? A palm-tree whose sweetest freshest sap quenches my sirocco thirst; Who’s she? A palm-tree to whose sight I owe my seeing; ......Read More
Categories: whose, love,
Form: Free verse
Exquisite Melancholy
...ns of every tear so phantom-like shouldst thus beneath a cross restrain shouldst fall ineluctable as though a ghost whose heart bereft yea! ghost of every thought our love has kept when the iron hand is turned throughout the world of......Read More
Categories: whose, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member November Twinkling
...n the skin Assuring the soul it’s not blind But alive with joy to remind It’s not only the leaves who fly Also, one whose love can’t deny Sweet November rain splashes in Washing away dust of old sin Capturing the moment designed B......Read More
Categories: whose, appreciation, autumn, beautiful, encouraging,
Form: Lay
Premium Member Good Samaritan
...looked up with hope - a priest comes nigh, but passing him, no mercy does he show. A Levite, too. Then, a Samaritan whose clan were enemies unto his race. It was this one who saved the dying man - the man least likely to reach out his......Read More
Categories: whose, jesus,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Premium Member A Diabolical Unnatural Halloween
...BDUCTION of the regular festivities, caused by a pandemic’s loud wail. Started in China by far-away bat FEASTING folk, whose identity is cloaked. Ten months later, in America this is no joke as 225,000 have croaked. A diabolical night......Read More
Categories: whose, halloween,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dead Poets nightingale Is one such melodious endeavour, Those gems as his health continued to fail, The "Bright Star" whose light was too soon made dim, But, centuries on, we acknowledge him. But, centuries on, we acknowledge him, ......Read More
Categories: whose, appreciation, beautiful, bird, celebrity,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
This is not Poetry
...ld. And the forgotten faces of those killed in regional genocides, without names and buried in anonymous tombs. Those whose names might never ring a tune. Because they are poor. And the poor are the first to be forgotten in conflicts. Bec......Read More
Categories: whose, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A Harvest Quartet of Subtle Harmonics
...out of our skins (as if this is pain's answer.) Is there one who trusts grace more than one curled near fire's glow, whose eyes bow to sleep or frail children (well tucked in) who cuddle with bears? Some might miss driving tractors or ......Read More
Categories: whose, farm, love, science, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member haikus for the hereafter
...ten lead to nowhere or tithing plates down from the mountain came rain mud ice and Moses plus ten commandments whose keeper am I siblings or gods in the sky only heaven knows we are all brothers so the good books like to say ......Read More
Categories: whose, humanity, religion,
Form: Haiku

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