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Poem Details | by Daniel Cheeseman |
Categories: seastars,

Sailors Follow

Those stars that sailors follow
Guiding less the sea to swallow

And the night seas black as tar
Beyond the wave a land afar

Halyards taught, blocks in tallow
Breezes fresh and salt swallow

Timbers creak, white horses foam
Callused hands and oceans comb

And the stars pull them forth
South, east, west and north

Cabin boy or salty jack
Afore the mast, bare their back

Seas of glass or howling gales
Stands his watch what ever ails

For them the ocean a magic place
For every dawn a changing face

The face of his one true love
The wind, stars, skies above


Poem Details | by Illyanna De La Keur |
Categories: friendship, love, sadme,

Don't Cry I Love You

Trying to fill the void,
makeup all destroyed,
standing in your pretty dress,
hair all crazy and a mess.

Flowers are everywhere,
go over and take a chair,
watch the people walking by,
no one notices as you cry.

All here for the same reason,
it's like the changing of the seasons,
don't worry about me I am fine,
maybe you need a glass of wine.

All the decorations oh so fancy,
being here was never chancy,
flowers, music, and the candles,
hope it wasn't too hard to handle.

I loved you til the end,
I held you close my dearest friend,
now it's time to put me in the ground,
you were my best treasure ever found.

Poem Details | by nandlal pancholi |
Categories: art, inspirational, parody, love, time,

PARODY OF ANDREW MARVEL'S POEM TO HIS COY MISTRESS

Parody of Andrew Marvell's "to his coy mistress"
We have no time to waste 
Dear in Love let's make haste
I haven't time to praise your locks 
For my boss at my back stalks
And for sheer platonic relation 
Internet erotic sites I can't shun
And I have dates waiting in queue
If you dither
I will select any in lieu of you 
My glabruous love should grow
like your painfully maintained eyebrow
And yonder before us lie
A chimney-tarnished sky
Before air pollution retards our respiration
Let our breath mingle each other in unison








      
    
  
 
   

 
 

Poem Details | by Ninette Carey |
Categories: day, freedom, international, jesus,

Freedom

This day is here
In spite of my tear

How it troubles me to watch it unfold
As people take for granted all the Freedom they hold

Having been warned 
And having been told
Why must it be
Why haven't we learned
Why is it that we to have our backs turned

Doesn't Love matter
Are we not one
Our strength is each other
Come hold my hand
Stand together to let Freedom Rule this Land


Poem Details | by Jann Finley |
Categories: break up, cry, first love, for him, loss, love, memory,

What I know

I went to the ocean where we used to go, 
I sat on the cliffs and I felt the wind blow.
I saw with my eyes, the seasons, they change
The waves come in and they go out again.
I picked up a leaf, and wrote down my heart
A gift from me, now that we're apart.
I know that I want you, I know you don't care.
I know that I need you, I know you're not there.
I know what I want, can never be
Because it's too late baby to say what I need.
So I whispered "I love you" to a cloudless sky,
and wiped away a drop that fell from my eye.

Poem Details | by Jann Finley |
Categories: break up, farewell, first love, for him, lost love, moving on, relationship,

What I know

I saw with my eyes, the seasons they change
the waves come in and they go out again.
So I picked up a leaf and I wrote down my heart
a gift from me now that we’re apart.
I know that I want you, I know you don’t care.
I know that I need you; I know you’re not there
I know what I want can never be
because it’s too late baby  to say what I need.
So I whispered I love you to a cloudless sky
and wiped away a drop that fell from my eye.

Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop |
Categories: passion,

LOVE SIGNS

             LOVE SIGNS

The husband sat beside his wife
That woman-- passion of my life
Her eyes were lowered but their shine
Betrayed her mind saw us entwined
She took a pen in her white hands
Caressed the length, across black bands
Brought the  tip near to her lips
Her tongue flicked out --the pinkest whip
And I, a pen from briefcase took
Swiftly bit it--her  legs shook
And so across the room we loved
But never from his side she  moved.
A  pen, so small,  a simple thing
became accomplice of our fling

Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop |
Categories: love, me, passion,

IF EVER I LOVE AGAIN

        
IF EVER I LOVE AGAIN If ever I love again, I’ll start anew I'll find a love that has a tongue that tells me only true No tears will plague me through the sleepless night No haunting days will be my hopeless endless plight If ever I love again, it won’t be you You broke my heart, tore me in two For loving you I’ve paid the price-- Away from you-- my heart melts free its chains of weeping ice.

Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop |
Categories: education, growing up, love, men,

WOMEN ADVICE FROM UNCLE TO NEPHEW

WOMEN...ADVICE FROM UNCLE TO NEPHEW
(based on a conversation of letters from a Greek uncle to nephew 460 AD)

Dear young man, if it's love you seek
Beware that you don’t seem too meek
A woman says she wants a man
Who will be kind --meet her demands
But men who try to please with smiles
Are not victorious in life's trials
Lift up your eyes and look around
The bold men rule the sky and ground 
If you’re demure –you’re thought a freak
And women spread the word you’re weak
If you run scared or spurn a fight
You’ll find your bed an empty sight


Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: love,

SUPPRESSING SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL

Suppressing something
beautiful is not feeling 
what all true hearts feel.

Poem Details | by Victoria Anderson-Throop |
Categories: love, me, wine,

NO WINE FOR ME or I WANT YOU WITH DINNER

         NO WINE FOR ME

No wine for me, I must most vehemently decline--
But, oh,  I wish your moistened lips were mine
These vintages he offered me are pale--
You are the prime intoxication I inhale

The wine you offer may be considered sweet
With it most meals would be gourmet complete
I could be sated it is true--
If my tongue could sing with aftertaste of you

So humor me and take a little sip of wine
Then I will make your rivulet of passion mine
For then your wandering lips have blessed this glass
and from you to me-- that afterglow will pass

Poem Details | by Cynthia Alvez |
Categories: sad, love,

Nocturne

Clouds of my mind
Chashing away the rainbow of you.
Monster realities casting shadows
Again and again and I am afraid
Of losing you.
I turn to run
But love blocks the passage to my escape
And I stay
And wait
For your return
Because I know you love me too! 
Soon the clouds disappear
And the monsters were never here!

Poem Details | by Matt Starking |
Categories: inspirational,

A word to the future II

The glory of a king
Is his power and authority
The shame of the poor
Is his poverty

The riches of the rich
Makes him a master
So is the love
Of a good woman 
Makes her a good mother

What gives the servant
His or her freedom
Is his wisdom

Life is like a mirror
It shows the reflection
Of our action
So take caution

Poem Details | by Demi Chang |
Categories: life

The Bold Silhouette

Plunging through rough terrain,
Head held high,
Leading others with passion uncontained,
Blazing clearly in the scattered blue sky.

No matter how relentless,
The obstacles assail,
He will defy nature,
And therefore prevail.

Pushing others behind,
Sharing courage to go above,
To reach the path desired,
And share unconditional love.

Looking up to the rising leader,
A bold silhouette others have sought,
That makes the vital choice,
That we follow without a doubt. 

Poem Details | by Garth von Buchholz |
Categories: animal, dream, fantasy, imagery, imagination, mythology, nonsense,

O Salamander

(A Dream)

O ripe delicious Salamander
Thou beast-fruit
Thou art mine!
O moving morsel
Dangling sun-blessed on a tree
Perching there so sweetly
How I love thee!

Climbing high, the picker’s hand
Snatches forth to capture
The living fruit?
Greater than the others
Greater than the apple, pear or grape is he,
My Salamander.

O walking melon!
Sit still now in my palm
Thou smiling fruit,
Thou art mine!

I slice thy ripe skin cunningly
And cut by cut I love thee
I suck thy simple life
The nectar from thy bloated belly

O tasty Salamander!
Noblest of all tree-babies
I live for thee, my urchin fruit
My melon Salamander.

Poem Details | by Dominique Jon Apple Webb |
Categories: boyfriend, break up, cheer up, love, relationship,

Chastity

Chastity is never fruitful, clever or right, 
But we should all have a shot of the kite, 
That lovers’ swing that makes you happy, 
Disallowing the impudent or the snappy. 

Sex sets you up for the day and for life, 
When computers, friends don’t have life, 
It propounds the right an raises good, 
Ramifies that which you have understood. 

Poem Details | by Dominique Jon Apple Webb |
Categories: christmas, giving, gospel, imagery, jesus, memory, miracle,

Dazzled

Dazzled by the church this christmas time again, 
So many services on TV, reverends saying when,   
So many cards imaging the baby, angels, sheep, 
Who were supposedly under god’s control, creep.

Pastors reading the bible to me, the sacred nativity, 
Invites to carol services in the mail for connectivity,
Memories of protracted christmas eve meetings, 
Where the gospel was also preached for musings. 

But Father Christmas looms with love and cheer, 
For everyone, every race, any nation of any gear;
And your diversity, if you’re a child, is respected, 
By that adviser of gift choice, your one’s selected. 

Poem Details | by Dominique Jon Apple Webb |
Categories: body, care, caregiving, conflict, desire, i love you, love,

My Carers

There's two of me, but only one of you,
So can I please use your hands to see me through?
As my invisible person in a group of five or more,
Having no mandate to boast, control or score. 

Will you watch me multipy whilst I thrive?
And question that rude, domineering carers' hive,
Where the bossy claim to know and be in control,
To see them leave to steer their own precious bowl?

Oh care manager! Will you let me define?
My invisible person, without my family line?
'Cos she is my motion and my engine of ablutions,
By which I drive my ambitions, with intentions.

Poem Details | by Kristy De La Keur Scoville |
Categories: hope, loveme, love, me,

Insist...Resist

This is so surreal
 How do I deal
With a man that cares
 And catches me unawares.

Caught me by surprise
  He refuses to disguise
This love he has for me.
 Says it is meant to be.

He is loving and kind
 To my faults he is blind
He sees something good
 Says I am misunderstood.

He wants me for me
 Not who I should be
He says he will wait
 Or go my pace of sedate.

He always persists
 And does so insist 
That his love does exist
 So how can I resist?

Poem Details | by Muzahidul Reza |
Categories: travel, true love,

Let Love Be Universal

As you see there is a great fall
Let love stretch its hands being universal
Let us love each other and all,
It has a great power see you will
Under one condition is that it must be real
Then we all will laugh you as well.

Poem Details | by Jack Reed |
Categories: happiness, imagination, love, me, love, me,

Cupid and The Jack of Hearts

Cupid has come then he gave me a set of wings. 
He gave me a bow with the mighty love string. 
I have the arrows tipped with love hearts. 
If I shoot you, your love will begain start. 

My name is Jack, the King of Hearts. 
Tonight, Me and Cupid will began our part. 
Just remember when your love starts to shine. 
The King of Hearts might have shot you in rhyme. 

Poem Details | by Grace Watkins |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, nature

Love made.

love making, this celebration of the pelt
for each other and the feelings felt
we celebrate the skin and earth
all day rising in mirth
sigh and share and smile and applaud
till the devil and the lord
kiss and together merge
it is our love 
made this euphoric surge

Poem Details | by Anthony Cassano |
Categories: cute love, how i feel, longing, romance,

IF YOU WERE HERE

IF YOU WERE HERE

THE SKY ABOVE FOREVER BLUE
A THOUSAND VOICES SINGING TRUE
AND THE ONLY THING I'D HAVE TO DO
WOULD BE TO SPEND THE NIGHT WITH YOU

ACROSS THE SKIES EXPLODING BRIGHT
THE GREATEST SPECTACLE IN SIGHT
THE WORLD BEDAZZLED BY THE LIGHT
IF I COULD HAVE YOU HERE TONIGHT

SO HAPPY ALL OUR DAYS COULD BE
EACH SUNRISE FOR US BOTH TO SEE
THESE JOYS FOR US WOULD ALL BE FREE
WHEN YOU COME SPEND THE NIGHT WITH ME

Poem Details | by Sello Modiba |
Categories: appreciation, true love, valentines day,

Valentine Souls

To hearts that bit reminding in valentine,
To love that smell during our dine,
I bet we are happily fine,
We deserve His blood in yours and mine,
Lets just drink thrilled with wine.

We are valentine souls,
Through which we notice our love as being radiant in our eyes
And neither of ourselves moans
Nor easily smelt like ice.

I know we suffer to go above
To enhance a little we have,
But we remain alive in a cabinet of love,
We are valentine souls, which is enough.

Poem Details | by Allan Granstrom |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, loveme, me,

Material Things

Material things may cost a lot.	
But I have something that can't be bought.
I've got the best,I know it's true,
and best of all, she loves me too.

All it cost me was a body part.
Known more commonly as my heart.
True love is so hard to find.
That I could have it, blows my mind.

Actually it didn't cost me anything.
Maybe, someday, just a diamond ring.
If I lost my heart it couldn't be worse
but I still have one because she gave me hers.