Break Up by Iveth Jaramillo Have you ever felt this way? [105 words]
Tender (An Ode To My Obsession) by Brian Varitek Tender.... is a poem about love, and the misguided obsession that it can cause... [101 words]
Sunrise, A Collection by Saskia Dodd A collection of verse. [79 words]
I Ask For Your Forgiveness by The Doctor's Pet Lunatic This is another of my "vampire" collection which as you may have noticed is my prefe... [159 words]
Lunatic Prometheus - Reprised by The Doctor's Pet Lunatic Ideally this should be read directly after "Lunatic Prometheus" but if not, well ... [171 words]
The Master by Fizzgig McArthur This is one of my angry at mankind poems. A lot of people think it's about god by the title, then th... [77 words]
Regret by Fizzgig McArthur Another one of my remourseful poems. It's about a girl, who got away. [88 words]
Lover's Thoughts by Fizzgig McArthur In this crazy messed up world isn't that what it's all about? [40 words]
Apples Of Gold by John Mark Boyd This is a collection of poetry written by an amateur poet. [1,853 words]
I Lost My... by Alejandro Dubois Arrese This is a poem about a girl that lost her leg in a car accident. [62 words]
Sadness by Ana Lucia Mora A poem. [123 words]
#1 by Luis Miguel De Los Rios A poem. [179 words]
Love... Far Away by Laura Méndez This is just a poem about many people's feelings for someone that is far, far away. [449 words]
Once I Had A Dream by Marcela Posada This poem is about a person that is dreaming of another person, and that when that person wa... [194 words]
Be by Iveth Jaramillo Growing up. [72 words]
Love (2) by Alexandra Roldan Is a poem about love. [92 words]
Speachless by Stephanie Gomez A poem. [40 words]
One by Stephanie Gomez - [46 words]
You And Me, A Collection by Nubia Valdivieso A collection of verse. [438 words]
Don't Go, A Collection by Maria Antonia Gonzalez A collection - Don't Go, Beautiful, Mom, All You Are [75 words]
Watching From The Great Beyond by Sebastian Ayalde - [102 words]
Nightmares by Melody - [68 words]
A Letter To Santa by Juanita Grillo Diez This poem is a letter to Santa from a poor girl. [84 words]
No! by Alberto Cardozo - [61 words]
Love by Manuela Ramirez It's a poem that talks about what the feeling of love is. And what you feel when you are in love. [127 words]
A Prayer For Peace by Carolina Arango A poem about the truth about what's happening in Colombia. [99 words]
Impossible by Nugget - [95 words]
I Miss You by Juanita Caicedo Is a poem about a person that is telling everything it has felt since his couple left it. [487 words]
You (2) by Marcela Posada This is a poem about a woman that is in love with her ex boyfriend and they broke up because of jealous... [132 words]
I Hate You, But I Still Love You by Maria Mercedes Restrepo This is a poem thats tells about the feelings o love and hate between two peop... [84 words]
To My Love by Kristen Antia I wrote a poem about love. It is not about anybody special, it is just some words i wrote and felt i... [76 words]
Push In Your Chair When You Leave by Adam P. Elkins This particular piece just kind of came to me, off the top of my head, and is... [110 words]
Splashes Of Gray Paint On Dirty White Cloth by Abigail I Copuyoc Written while the author was staring at an old cloth covering old p... [54 words]
Why Them? by Alejandra Herrera I wrote this poem after 3 persons of my school were kidnapped. I was very sad and I wanted to express... [123 words]
My Wish by Alejandra Herrera Colombia is a very insecure place now. I am really scared because there is nothing for me to do. I can'... [143 words]
Thoughts From A Prison Camp by Mason Cole A Jewish prisoner's thoughts after years under the cruel government of Adolf Hitler... [535 words]
Grandfather by Mason Cole A poem about my grandfather and his battles with ahorrible illness. [269 words]
Ancient Worrior by Paul James Moore About King Arthur. [219 words]
No Ties That Bind by Dustin L Engelbrecht [192 words]
Hands by The Doctor's Pet Lunatic This is a poem about darkness and losing the light. It's kind of gothic I suppose. I have a liking for ... [173 words]
Lunatic Prometheus by The Doctor's Pet Lunatic This is about an event....a meaningful event, a powerful one, and a collection of thoughts a... [145 words]
Poems by Sunny Miscellaneous poetry. [134 words]
Wilberforce's Young Whale by William John Velek My poem is an answer to a riddle written by Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford, in ... [527 words]
Watch The World Bleed by Joe Greenthumb A poem about the attitudes towards environmental conservation. [85 words]
The Battle by Matthew T. Strouse A Vetrans painful memory...... written while serving in the ARMY. [156 words]
Runner's High by Jessica Barker A poem. [49 words]
Seasons Of Love, A Collection by Jessica Barker A collection of verse. [618 words]
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I think if you take the time to read this, you will find that it needs no explanation.
Writing poetry should come from the heart. The words should just flow out without hesitation, and without a process of thinking and re-thinking. Write exactly what you see and feel. That in my humble opinion, is true emotion. That is pure poetry.
I have been writing for several years now, and I really enjoy it. I like to write what I feel. I believe that writing poetry is inside everyone. It is a very basic instinct to express your thoughts to others. Some like to talk, while others (like myself), prefer to remain quiet, and then put their emotions down on paper.
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Emotions (Poetry) This was written as a reminder that you should always think of "the other guy" when you have a problem. You need to look at issues from both sides. This is something that I am trying to really work ... [163 words]
One Chance (Poetry) This is a story about how it is up to us (mankind), to make this world work. Everyone has to do their share, to make it possible to live in a safe and healthy society. [119 words]
Sometimes I feel that I am the only one who knows what is going on. That I am the only one
who can see the true beauty and the amazing power that it has.
The feeling it gives me is one of great confusion. Part of me is filled with a happiness
that is so overwhelming, I can't think straight. It makes me feel alive and free. Like I
can do anything and everything. it gives me the sense that I am the only one on the
planet. It gives me a feeling of confidence, that I wish I could have more often than I
But on the other hand, it gives me a feeling that makes me so nervous and terrified, that
I have absolutely no clue what I should be doing. The thing I dont understand is why
everyone doesn't see it. Or should I say, I don't undertand why everyone doesn't hear it.
Why can't everyone listen to the silence?
I suppose most people find it hard to imagine the incredible potential that an absolute
silence can have. But why is that? Is it because of all the noise that is around us?
Maybe. But still, why shouldn't everyone make an effort to understand this mystery? Why
not at least give it a try?
We must communicate through speech to survive day to day, that I understand. But talking
just to talk is something that has really got me lost. This is the useless noise that I
feel has no place in our society.
Why do people find it necessary to talk even though they have nothing to say? What is the
point? Is there a reason? These are the questions that I have; that I hope someday will be
But please don't get me wrong. I would never want the important issues left UN-said. And I
never ever want the laughter and music the stop. I just wish everyone could learn what I
have finally learned. I wish everyone would take a moment, stand back and listen to the
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