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Poems by Robert Delamare

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
04/09/2017 On the seas deployed 208 Free verse
10/26/2013 bored today 244 Rhyme
02/07/2012 The word of the day 3538 Haiku
02/07/2012 what is love and hate 273 Free verse
02/05/2012 Understanding But Being Understood 683 Free verse
02/05/2012 Today's night 289 Free verse
11/05/2011 I bear witness 385 Free verse
10/14/2011 A Halloween to haunt 399 Free verse
08/22/2011 Anticipating yourself 337 Free verse
08/22/2011 design 285 Free verse
08/22/2011 A life full of strife 380 Free verse
08/22/2011 Lively and majestic 295 Free verse
07/14/2011 This girl has me in her grasp 320 Free verse
07/14/2011 step 442 Haiku
07/14/2011 Above 289 Free verse
07/14/2011 Endeless day 269 Free verse
07/14/2011 Life is right here 298 Free verse
07/14/2011 Free and to strong 343 Free verse
07/14/2011 Window of my soul 291 Free verse
07/14/2011 Im back with madness 318 Free verse
07/14/2011 A kid of cunning 446 Free verse
07/13/2011 Hangover from Ideas 315 Free verse
07/13/2011 holy is thou name 318 Free verse
07/13/2011 old 66 mustang 388 Free verse
07/13/2011 Cannot Fathom 319 Free verse
07/13/2011 A crush that confesses love 460 Free verse
07/12/2011 A mind without temptation 390 Free verse

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Quote Left Retain the memory of those you love and that love you. Quote Right
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