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Poem Details | by Michael Wegman |
Categories: care, class, confidence, earth day, happy, love, nature,

Unconditional Love

Her love was amazing—it encompassed all;
Unconditional—never filled with condemnation,
Despite my predilection toward unmitigated gall,
And unrelenting juvenile reverence for flirtation.
The years did lapse, all consternation lost;
All apathy, on my part, long since tossed,
Replaced by unearthliness, for life’s remaining duration.


Poem Details | by carlos kipkoech |
Categories: crazy, earth day, funny love, high school, silly, student, sweet,

Why I Fail In English

Ten minutes past time she enters,
She's too beautiful to be a teacher,
Her favorite short skirt exposes her thick thighs,
Lips red and pouting, she's a killer,
Right away my concentration flees,
Her and me far away at planet Jupiter,
With a bungalow and two exuberant kids,
I just wedded my teacher at Jupiter,
And it's Only within fifteen minutes,
Don't worry,Maybe we'll fix and visit earth later,
Bell rings,and she ends,
Only to notice,I didn't even open my locker,
Am back to Earth,not with her,but with several boys.

Poem Details | by sengchanh xuangphuthon |
Categories: blessing, conflict, depression, earth day, international, love hurts,

world for all

World for all

what’s human rights?
After a man sits on the ground 
His heart impresses from serous occurrence
The sound of the gun, suffer voice, victims

Whom belongs to the world
And what the meaning of human 

The soldier walks slow and slow
He descants on his past and future
Family within wife and children in the past
The death is waiting forward
The past memory is better than future

What’s the purpose of development 
It is true for better life
Or for showing the power of dignity 
The natural human as an elder is more need
More bigger needs more power

Sengchanh xuangphuthon

Poem Details | by Marouane Hachmi |
Categories: beautiful, day, earth day, holiday, romance, romantic, simple,

Holiday in Love

Holiday in Love 
I want to love you more 
But I have not written one day in order to Mark 

Every day 
Every day I love you 
Every day is getting my love 
Every day in order to dedicate my heart 

I do not like that I love in one day 
I do not like to have a brief love in one day 
I want to be all the days of my life in order to love 
And I will stay true to my love to another day in my life

Poem Details | by Rayne Thomas |
Categories: beauty, betrayal, birth, childhood, dark, earth, earth day, emotions, faith, growing up, innocence, lost, love, nature, poetry, spring, symbolism, trust, truth, words,

Return to the Womb

Down in to the darkness deep
Slowly and delicately I now edge
In to the warmth so cold and bleak
In to the womb I once resided
In the mother I’d idolized
Wondering what did happen
Wondering what had changed
What had caused such death?
To cause such pain?
Still slowly moving, sneaking, 
I started faintly weeping
Why would we cause this?
Why did we not see?
Still I inch, well tears did fall
Till a light I did spy
Till a sprig I now cradle
Now I see, as I gently stop my deplore,
My mother will forgive
All the hurt,
The hate,
All the people that did denounce,
All she has provided
All that she cherishes
Yet she now grants;
Unconditional love
All in the loud roar
Of spring

Poem Details | by Flora Mae Gudez |
Categories: deep, earth day, imagery, imagination, inspirational, true love, trust,



In a cold and lonely night, there was a thing that shined bright. Though not as big as the stars, she captured everyone's sight. 

Dancing along the clouds, she owed her light to the sun. If not because of him, she cannot see the light nor feel the warmth of winter night.

Even though they're miles apart, the moon still shines because of the sun -- he still lends his glow no matter how he is far.

Just like true love, care serves as the light no matter how hatred darkens one's sight.

Poem Details | by Janet Bingham |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, earth day, environment, inspiration, joy, love,

Earth Song

In the brown and tan
she sits on the forest floor
pillowed by the fallen leaves.
Her soul grows silent as she listens
to the sounds in the forest.
The sky, her inverted ocean;
the clouds, her froth of waves.
The wind dances through her dark hair
like the delicate fingers of God.
As the sun warms her skin, 
light filters through tree branches
laced together like intricate spider webs
too high to touch except in Spirit.
She does not notice the hour.
She has visions sweeter than oranges.

Janet Marie Bingham

Poem Details | by Kumkum Sharma |
Categories: anxiety, courage, deep, earth day, lonely, lost love, love,

What was and what wasn't

You exist more vividly in my head than you do in reality,
I express you in my writings like I've known you for eternity.

How can I remember so much about you when I didn't even know you enough
How can one be a pessimist and yet so imaginative

I was so far away from galaxies, I was sure I was only seeing what lied in front me
I know I never ideated, I know I only kept you in my sensibilities

But you were real, the whole time
And I didn't know how to negate what I felt

And that's the thing, 
I got too close to believing.
now I don't think I understand 
what was and what wasn't. 

Poem Details | by Jerry Wells |
Categories: 9th grade, africa, age, august, autumn, cousin, earth day,









Poem Details | by Janet Bingham |
Categories: beauty, blessing, cute, earth day, encouraging, friendship, love,

Two Little Bumble Bees


Two little Bumble Bees
asleep inside a rose blossom
this morning.
The dew is on each flower.
I stroke their velvet bodies
of gold and black.
Suddenly they turn their bodies
as if to cuddle closer than before
to each other.
It is a cold morning.
Each Bumble Bee thinks that
the other one has moved.
How wonderful to be a part of nature.

Janet Marie Bingham