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Mary
This beautiful poem gave me strength - thank you.
Laura
This is a great poem, coming from a place of fear, pain and abuse. It really hits home. It makes you think twice about life, and where you let it take you. Thanks
Priscilla
This poem moved me very much. It reminded me of how I dream a lot and not realize that life can not always be a dream that I have to wake up someday.
Carrie
Awesome! Written with elegance and true poetry. so true to life. Thank you
Michael
This poem highlights the things we all should cherish but overlook when we fall out of love.
elizabeth
What a sweet little poem! It is cleverly written and very insightful. I enjoyed it very much, a new favorite!
Jesse
Aye I like this poem very much. The flow is amazing and my eyes floated down the page like magic.

Poems on Life (276-292)

  • by Poet deVine
    A poem about football, that has nothing to do with football, and a whole lot to do with respect. And with Life.
  • by Michael Anderson
    Winning a war, especially one with yourself, can be a monumental, never-ending task. Winning a single battle in that war, however, is something all can hope to attain. And perhaps, in the end, it's all that any can hope to attain.
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    With sharp, clear memory, complete with hair-raising sound, I recall the eerie and haunting moaning of the wind in the blizzards of my prairie childhood.
  • by Lloyd Klumpp
    If time indeed flows like a river, there are some interesting observations we can make about it. And, perhaps, some Truths we can learn.
  • by Michael Anderson
    The innocence of childhood can't last forever. And what is to take it's place? Ah, therein lies a tale…
  • by Jeremy Redinger
    This poem about a new-born child is the result of a Special Request made by a visitor.
  • by Jennifer Wooters
    There are those days when even the perfect people feel invisible.
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    I believe this poem speaks for itself - a silent cry in the wilderness.
  • by Lisa Teller
    This poem is in answer to a special request from one of our visitors. Cheryl's newborn daughter now has a poem of her very own…
  • by Ashley Ronnenberg
    What if Cinderalla lived today? Fairy godmothers seem to be far and few between…
  • by Jeremy Redinger
    Decisions are a part of life. Some are easy, some are hard, too many are left to default. But all have repercussions.
  • by Jennifer Johnson
    When it feels as if the burdens of life have become too great to bear, maybe it's time to take a look at the larger picture.

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Poems on Life continued

  • by xan
    Life is a constant pursuit of goals and dreams, but some people take that pursuit a bit too seriously.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Perhaps this poem should be in the Love section, but it's more about love in general than about A Love in specific. And Life, after all, is very much about Love, too.
  • by Michael Anderson
    Two poets, one famous and the other perhaps of equal talent though certainly of less reknown, take a hard look at a not uncommon human condition.
  • by Ron Carnell
    I always intended to set this poem to music, but never did. It speaks of a very optimistic time of my life, when I saw things much more simply. I sometimes think I like the "me" of then better.
  • by Ron Carnell
    This is an extremely short poem that reveals the lie inherent in a common truth.
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