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Sharon
Amen, such powerful words so fitly spoken, would that all men understood the truths you have presented. Sad that most don't because of the lies told. Bravo to you for writing this.
Sharon
Very nice Poem with a great lesson in it. I love the picture it gave me as I read it and the thoughts/feelings it evoked.
Jasmine
Truly splendid writing. Imagery was so vivid, the words simply spring to life. The message was touching-if you lost a part of you, you'd have to make it grow back or start living a life without it. People seldom have both choices.
Tom
Excellent poem. It rsonates that home can be just a stop along the way or the journey to a familiar place.
laura
This poem is very very beautiful. It touches me because of how true it is. It takes you on a journey that is a very simple explaination of life, but in the end letting you decide what your ultimate fate is going to be. I give it 10 out of 10 stars.
Viarda
I really like this poem, because of the fact that I so much identify with it. I've come to realized that life ain't what I thought it was a few years ago. As the days go by, I become more certain of it, and I also envy children's innocence, for they don't know what's really waiting for them in the other side of life.
Mari
Very deep and emotional. Made me reflect on my own life. Truly touched my heart.

Poems on Life (26-50)

  • by Dee Dee Brough
    There is a price to pay for every action. Sometimes, that price is a lifetime of regrets.
  • by Red
    We are often shaped as much by the pain in our life as by the joys.
  • by Josh Barrett
    If Life is a journey, might there not be places along the way where things are moving a little too slowly?
  • by Kathleen Sheppard
    Our life is an accumulation of our past, both good and bad. So, too, is the way we see it.
  • by Crystal Doerges
    This is a very profound poem, about growing up and realizing some rather startling truths. About the world. And about ourselves.
  • by Midnight
    This delightful poem resurrects a very common human fascination with the night skies.
  • by Ryan Williams
    Some say there is both wisdom and foolishness found within each megalopolis mankind has created. Which do you hear?
  • by Sheryl Howard
    One of the greatest joys of parenting is watching your daughter grow into a little woman. But it can also be a bit unsettling.
  • by Amanda Van Ast
    Taking risks is a part of living. And every day, we make choices that either insure our safety - or our fulfillment.
  • by Donovan Holtz
    A montage of what we see, both through eyes and heart, can often be a picture of our life.
  • by Kathleen Sheppard
    All people value appreciation. But we want to be appreciated for who we are, and not just because we look good.
  • by Mindy Carpenter
    Technology is a wonderful thing. Or, uh, is it?

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Poems on Life continued

  • by Paul Bodet
    When life seems old and experience wasted, maybe it's time for a rebirth of the soul.
  • by Kelli
    Could violence still exist between two people who - finally - understood each other?
  • by Thomas
    While we know not the moment or the way, humanity is the only creature that knows death must eventually come to each of us. At what point in Life do we sense that Truth?
  • by Kit McCallum
    When tragedy strikes and children die at the hands of children, the whole world must seek - and Find - the answers.
  • by Tina K
    The beautiful poem explores a very common human desire - to again live a life that exists only in our past.
  • by Kit McCallum
    Some of those who touch our hearts walk on four legs instead of two. And when they leave us, as leave they must, they take a part of our hearts with them.
  • by Dave Warren
    It never hurts to take a few moments to remember what truly makes Life worth living.
  • by Brenda Eckman
    Finding love is an important part of Life. But, finding yourself is more than just a part. Finding yourself IS Life.
  • by Tin Nguyen
    There is a time to dream. And a time, too, to make dreams come true.
  • by Xen0
    Managing change in your life is rarely easy. But your life will be defined not just by the change, but also by how you deal with it.
  • by Tina K
    There are milestones along the journey of Life that cannot - and should not - be forgotten. This lovely poem is about such a place.
  • by Bobi
    When Life gets hard, you really only have two choices. And only one of those will work.
  • by Fred Hobbs
    We can learn a lot about our own Life by examining a small, significant moment of time in the life of another.
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