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Terri
This poem is excellent! It is a poem that many teenagers should read. It's important to treat others fairly - equally. I truly believe this poem is true in life.
Amber
This is a poem I sought without completely knowing what it was I was seeking. It's a poem that can be related to, and relate I do. I hope that you won't mind me sharing this with others I know, and perhaps one day I'll be able to write a poem that someone else has been seeking without intent.
mehwesh
This is truly superb after reading this poem I felt the writer has described my own feelings of loneliness.
Brenda
A beautiful poem and so elequently put. When we are happy alone, then we are more likely to radiate that happiness, while in the company of others. Thank you for sharing!
alycia
I think this poem was beautiful and deep. It truly touched me I was hypnotized by words. Great job.
Sondra
This poem is talking about exactly what I feel like I'm going through right now. It was wonderfully worded. Keep up the awesome work.
Jonathan
This poem has really reached into the depths of my soul. I am glad that I found it, and even more so, that you wrote it.

Poems on Life (251-275)

  • by Philip Zemler
    This poem is an attempt to recapture a vision too often lost -- when we become "adults."
  • by Philip Zemler
    This poem proves that well-word metaphors, when used with originality, can still delight us with their Truths.
  • by Sunshine
    Dreams. Hopes. Ambitions. Call them what you will, they are perhaps our only real reason for existence.
  • by Evalyn Rose
    Some philosophies believe that everything in the Universe is connected. If so, isn't that even more true of people?
  • by BSC
    The distant past is a wonderful place to visit. Memories can be wonderful friends, and the best part is, we can make new ones every day.
  • by Wendy LaTulippe
    When you find yourself taking your own existence too seriously, this poem can lend a new perspective on your place in the Universe.
  • by Misty Mischelle Snyder
    It's always important to say Thank You. And it's nice when you can say it this beautifully.
  • by Wolfgang
    Listen in, if you will, on a private conversation between a small, vulnerable child and a very wise poet. You just might learn something important.
  • by Angell
    Dreams don't always come true, Life isn't always easy, and we all have days when it seems like everyone is against us.
  • by Terri
    This poem represents an unusual look at a very common ailment.
  • by Malcom Shartan
    Shyness is such an endearing quality. Unless you happen to be its victiim…
  • by Ron Carnell
    Winter has long served as an apt metaphor for aging, but in the end, both will pass.

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Poems on Life continued

  • by Nancy Ness
    Psychologists call it the Empty Nest syndrome, but they never spoke to us with such wit and charm.
  • by Nancy Ness
    Doing for others is a virtue. Doing for yourself, however, is a dire necessity!
  • by Red Letter
    We all want to be "Known" by others, to be appreciated for who we are inside. But only a talented poet like this could say it so beautifully.
  • by Michael Anderson
    Each of us is unique. Different. But that doesn't mean there can't still be understanding.
  • by Angell
    We all have personas, faces we show to different people at different times. This young poet quietly wonders if any are real.
  • by Nancy Ness
    Everyone, from time to time, needs a little encouragement to get through the day…
  • by Jamie Vickers
    A positive outlook is always good. But, sometimes, it's an absolute necessity.
  • by Jamie Vickers
    How do we get through life? Maybe the same way we would cross a turbulent ocean - with a lot of help along the way.
  • by Nancy Ness
    Ever met someone you thought was just plain lucky? Maybe that person simply recognized the value of Serendipity…
  • by Edward Racey
    Generally, we learn about life by living life. But there are other ways…
  • by Phoebe Moon
    Does life exist in cycles? And if so, how does that effect our relationships?
  • by LaTiefa Alston
    Tack this poem on your refrigerator, or frame it over the mantle. And when your heart needs an uplift, read it again…
  • by Tiziano Thomas Dossena
    If you've ever spent a long night tossing and turning, you're going to love this poem.
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