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Very moving and understanding poem. This author has definitely caught the very essence of living daily with an illness and how it changes you on the inside. I know, I have cancer.
This poem really touched my heart in a deep way. It's comforting to know that I'm not the only one wearing a mask. Thank you for your poem.
I thought this poem is wonderful! It touched my heart, in a very special way.
This is a beautiful poem. The words were written as if they came from my own heart. It was very moving, full of emotion, and well written!
This poem is absolutely magnificent. It tears at my heart. I will keep a copy of it forever.
I can identify with this poem! It is wonderfully written, and makes powerful statement with impact!
I enjoyed your poem and I sent on to a friend I had met on line. It is so important to see the whole person and not what is on the outside of a person.

Poems on Life (176-200)

  • by Robert James
    We, as human beings, are capable of anything - if only we are willing to reach for it.
  • by A. Mother
    Add motherhood, middle age, and just a hint of depression - and the result can be a very beautiful and moving poem.
  • by Pauline Hamblin
    When our bodies turn against us, we discover that a crippling illness is a part of Life very difficult to understand.
  • by Angell
    Being different can be very painful. And the sad part is, it doesn't have to be that way.
  • by Sharad
    There comes a time to look back and reflect. And, perhaps, to change.
  • by Marge Tindal
    What once seemed trivial can gain immense importance as the years slip by.
  • by Nancy Ness
    This is a very beautiful poem about a unique time in a person's life. A time when responsibility to family has been met and your greatest responsibility is to only to yourself.
  • by Roche
    This deeply insightful poem explores a very common malady we all face at one time or another. Some, perhaps, more than others.
  • by Lin Yong-ching
    Many children become attached to security blankets. This lovely poem explores the very real possibility that we never quite outgrow that need.
  • by Chuck Pool
    Life is so full of lessons but one people never seem to learn is about self-acceptance.
  • by Amis Lee
    This is a short but very beautiful poem about an important Truth - in our quest for some things, they can all too easily be destroyed.
  • by Tina K
    A cliché often has Truth hidden within, but it's not always the Truth you would see on the surface.

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  • by Camry Alexis
    We should all have a Life Philosophy, something that guides us in our decisions. This is one…
  • by Brian Quinn
    People are not bound together in Life by diamonds or jewels, by jobs or circumstance, not even by love and pleasure. They are bound by the only thing they ever have they can freely give..
  • by Bonnie Butler
    If Life were a jigsaw puzzle, could you put it together? What if some of the pieces were missing?
  • by Starr Harmony
    This is a poem about Love, but it's even more about Life. Read between the lines and discover a Truth - your identity needs to be shaped by more than the person you love.
  • by Jefferey Knodel
    You've probably heard baseball stories before. But not quite like this…
  • by Burton Keeble
    The title says it all, but the poem says it so much better…
  • by Dee
    A person's face tell much about what they feel. Or does it?
  • by Jason Silverthorne
    There are many religions, many faiths, but this poem suggests they all have one thing in common.
  • by Lovely
    This is a beautifully descriptive poem about a very beautiful thought…
  • by Chandler
    You will never find the answers to Life until you first understand the questions. The clever, well crafted poem is a good place to start.
  • by Lovely
    Marriages end, people move on, and single mothers learn to begin anew. But seldom has it ever been described quite this way.
  • by Jordan Buller
    When the Truth comes knocking, will you have the courage to answer the door?
  • by Rick Thompson
    Love need not be romantic love to change a Life.
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