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Love Poems About Hospitals or Hospitals Love Poems
by Joe DiMino |
Categories: analogy, dark, freedom, self, strength, tree, wisdom,

The Promise

Sometimes love
is not my first impulse,
guts and bandages
a lethal cocktail
for the heart;
when good-times
have lost
much their appeal,
one never seems 
too old
for heartbreak--

A great deal of my life
spent in hospitals
and transit vehicles,
counseling the poor
and possessed;

I think, for me
a hillside
as did Frances,
were those friends
not so difficult to pin down 
most everything now-days 
subjugated by lawyers—or a lounge chair
at the foot of an old fig tree
in my yard (we have
a shady bet between us
about longevity) 
my personal preference
to warning bells
and the hiss of fake air,
while his aversion
to ants vs firewood--

we have
a promise.

by Bernard F. Asuncion |
Categories: life,

Next To Impossible

Next to impossible
Is counting the stars above; 
Just like the countless words
Told and written about love.

Watch the white lines
In the middle of the road; 
Yes, they are passing by
Like unlimited text load.

The elegant electric posts
Standing by the roadside; 
With millions of lights
Shining at night with pride.

The waves in the ocean, 
Rolling by successively, 
You cannot interrupt them, 
Like the wind over the sea.

Medical centers and hospitals
May stop the painful cry; 
Yes, they're somehow helpful
But even doctors do die.

Riches and wisdom abound, 
Technology is incredible; 
Escaping the cessation of breath
Is next to impossible.

by robin davis |
Categories: hello,


Hello to everyone at Poetry Soup

I wanted to wish you all a happy holiday full of joy, laughter, cheer, happiness, good times and friendship

Sorry if I have not been posting or responding a lot lately.  Been living at doctors and hospitals

But promise to be active again soon

Holiday Hugs and Love to y'all