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What Might Have Been.(Poem) by Terry Collett - [301 words]
Mother Hear Me. by R Duncan A short poem about saying your last goodbyes to your mother [80 words]
After The Dance. by Terry Collett - [155 words]
Your Forever Sad by Matthew Mark Gill I did this for you hope ya realize that now. (Sunny D) [129 words]
Where I Belong by Neeshant Srivastava - [39 words]
What You Miss. by Terry Collett - [91 words]
What Matilda Said. by Terry Collett - [298 words]
We'll Meet Again. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [189 words]
We Stand Together by Matthew Mark Gill As One.. [139 words]
Watching Mother. by Terry Collett - [156 words]
Tryst With Love by Neeshant Srivastava - [58 words]
The Light Shines Through by Richard Dean Bearskin heartbreak....but a need for closure. life and love are wonderful and may cause pain s... [201 words]
The Hardest Step by Malik Alexander - [52 words]
The Greatness Of Tomorrow by Lynn - [137 words]
The Conection by Malik Alexander - [40 words]
That One Fine Day by Matthew Mark Gill Losing A Champion [52 words]
Sweet Delight. by Terry Collett - [175 words]
Suffocated. (Poem-) by Terry Collett - [170 words]
Run For Me by Annacat First Saturday in May [166 words]
My Death Wish by Richard Dean Bearskin poetry about depression. [127 words]
Memory. by Terry Collett - [142 words]
Meeting Ken. by Terry Collett - [194 words]
Love Rhymes by Neeshant Srivastava - [39 words]
Like Horny Men. by Terry Collett - [189 words]
Infringement Of The Rules by Terry Collett - [246 words]
In His Brilliance
I Did Like Newt... by Cedric McClester This poem is a political commentary that I believe best sums up Presidential candidate Newt ... [109 words]
High School Heros by Annacat Not what you think [243 words]
Her Sexuality. by Terry Collett - [187 words]
Happening 1961 by Terry Collett - [276 words]
Emptied Woman. by Terry Collett - [210 words]
Don't Take Lifts From Dames. by Terry Collett - [317 words]
Don't Know Where. by Terry Collett - [136 words]
Don't Know When by Terry Collett - [158 words]
Cut Throat by Terry Collett - [174 words]
Coming Of Spring. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
Cedric's Sister. by Terry Collett - [202 words]
But She Knew. by Terry Collett - [288 words]
Beyond The Grave (Extensive Warning Nc 21 by Matthew Mark Gill Will cause dizzyness and visions of Grave.. No Kids Please,, [50 words]
At The Movies. by Terry Collett - [220 words]
All Mine by Matthew Mark Gill That Smile is Forever [49 words]
A Wintry Death by Lynn - [112 words]
A Smile. ( A Poem) by Terry Collett - [140 words]
A Rich Kids Christmas by Matthew Mark Gill From My Family To Ya's Happy Holidays.. Ty for Everything.. all. [133 words]
A Little Letter by Matthew Mark Gill Im Trying My Best.. Please let me just do my thing. [101 words]
A Christmas Visitation by Terry Collett - [263 words]

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In His Brilliance
A short poem about how we look at God but can't see him for his brilliance because we look with our eyes and not our souls
[129 words]
R Duncan
[November 2012]
A Lost Love Is Hard To Find (Poetry) This is about a broken heart, trying to find it's lost love. [109 words]
A New Flower In The Garden (Poetry) A poem about my sister Helen who passed away this year.And how God had picked her for his garden as she is a special person. [87 words]
An Addict, Not Me (Poetry) I wrote this on the aftermath of the death of singer Amy Winehouse from a drug over dose on the 23rd July 2011 [272 words]
And Then I Cried Out ''Why'' (Poetry) This is about the addicts cry "WHY" when they realise the depths that they have sunk to through having an addiction [175 words]
Come Buy A Poppy (Poetry) A poem about an old soldier standing on a street corner with a collection can and a tray of poppy's and how people walk by and ignore him. [111 words]
Crying Without Tears (Poetry) Poem about suffering from a broken heart, and being alone and all dried out. [85 words]
Enough Enough Enough (Poetry) A Short poem about the need to stop the destruction of our planet. [86 words]
In The Fields Of France (Poetry) A Poem inspired by a photo I saw, of a poppy next to barbed wire in a field.The poem is about The Poppy Fields of France, where many a young soldier laid down his life, for our freedom reminding us to... [176 words]
Lest We Forget (Poetry) This is a poem about remembrance day, and why we would should never forget the reason. [91 words]
Look In The Mirror (Poetry) A poem about addicts and how they see themselves when they look in the mirror at their reflection. [116 words]
Mother Hear Me. (Poetry) A short poem about saying your last goodbyes to your mother [80 words]
The Fallen (Poetry) This is for all our fallen soldiers [141 words]
The Owl & The Cat (Poetry) This was written between two soulmates over the internet each writing a line in turn, we have never met personaly, but our souls are entwined in eternity. Rikki Duncan & Irene Bruce [393 words]
The Pain Of Seeing You Leave, Is Less Than The Pain Of Watching You Suffer (Poetry) I wrote this after my sister Helen died, we had fallen out for 4 months over something trivial and hadn't talked or saw each other. and I spent the last seven days of her life, looking at her laying i... [162 words]
The Tears I Cry (Poetry) I was inspired to write this, when I saw a photo of an old soldier, who was wiping a tear away from his eyes. [81 words]
The Words Are Not Enough (Poetry) A short emotional poem about our fallen soldiers [52 words]
Their Memories Must Live On (Poetry) A poem about keeping the soldiers memories alive after they are dead. [164 words]
Why Did You Take That Knife To Town? (Poetry) A poem about the knife culture that we live/die with. [134 words]
In His Brilliance
R Duncan

In His Brilliance

I saw the sun arise, In the morning pale blue skies.
I looked as long as I could till it began to hurt my eyes
I had to turn away as I couldn't look no more
I had blue and red lights flashing, my eyes were getting sore.
As I looked away I noticed my friend who had no sight, was facing towards the sun
the brightness had no effect on him, they were together, they were one.
It made me think about God, and how we view his might
how we try to look at him in his brilliance, as we view him in his light
But his light doesn't harm our eyes if we're blind we cannot see
we do not view God through our eyes but in our souls you and me.


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