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Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: life, love, people, philosophy, social

Unknown Providences

Lust so cold, love stays warm
Advice given is words forgotten.
Gifts that are free have a catch.
Hidden destiny, life so scorned.
Living high, lost in the dark.
Spirit lost, not ever free.
Falsified love, eternally angry


Poem Details | by Megan O'Day |
Categories: death, depression, fear, happiness, hope, love,

RED

I am the color that stands for love.
I am the hearts that fill up your box.
I am the rose that sits on your table.
I am the dress you wear on a date.
I am the ribbon on a perfectly wrapped package.
I am the stripes on the American flag.
I am the sign that warns you to turn back.
I am the anger on your face.
I am the pen on your test, “F”.
I am the horns on your biggest fear.
I am the color that stands for love,
But I am also the blood that drips off your knife.


Poem Details | by Yehoshua ben Peleh Shimonai |
Categories: devotion, faith, husband, inspirational, love, religion, romance, wedding, wife, longing, me,

A Song of the Bride

For Christ my Savior, I will be waiting
And be still for my Most Beloved King; 
I shall hope for His glorious coming
And I'll be steadfast, for He's returning! 

All the day, all my thoughts are my Dearest
By night, in mind's the One in Highest
All that I've dreamed  for is the Holiest
And all I longed for's my Love, the Might'yest.

Then I remember His love that saved me
And His loving-kindness that's set me free
I remember His mercy that cleansed me
And His charge-less grace that made me holy.

One day shall be filled my heart's longing
And fulfillment, in thirst, God will bring
My joy shall be whole in everlasting
For in that day, I shall see my Dear King.

How my heart longs for You, my Beloved
And how I thirst after You, O our Head! 
How my soul pants for You, Most Exalted
And how I want You here, O Most Blessed! 

So come, O Jesus Christ, my King - quickly - 
For I am longing after You so deeply; 
Come, Almighty my Beloved - quickly - 
For after You, my Master, I'm thirsty!


Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: forgiveness, friendship, life, love, philosophy

Forever Friendships

Forever Friendships

Forever friendships 
Live beyond fear and misgivings,
Ideas and fantasies flow freely.
Each one trusts knowing.

Understanding awakens new insights.
Heartfelt talks bind love’s soul.
Grudges give way to forgiveness.
And forever finds flavor among friends.

Beyond anger and disappointments
Failures and weakness become forgotten.
Annoyances give way to pleasure.
And calmness comes calling, quickly.

Bravely sharing selves,
Friends walk through life, caring
Away from gossip and scandal,
Delicious days delight in dignity.

Anticipated thoughts thrive.
Hopes listen, patiently recognizing.
And the soul of a forever friend enriches.
Merging life on earth to eternity.


© September 28, 2010
Dane Smith-Johnsen

Form: Parallelismus Membrorum with a touch of aliteration


Poem Details | by Mercury Anderson |
Categories: betrayal, crush, for her, heartbreak, lost love, repetition, sad love,

False Hope

You smile.
You wave.
It's false hope,
You gave.

I loved.
I hoped
You rejected
I coped

My heart.
My soul.
Is jaded
You know

(From) 
You're smile.
You're wave.
The false hope
You gave.


Poem Details | by Hailey Coraggioso |
Categories: beauty, blessing, child, hope, love, mental illness,

Anchor

It's the way they look at me.
As if I haven't lost my hair.
It's the way they play with me.
As if I were their age.
It's the way they worry about me.
As if that's what should be done for my scars.
It's the way they tell me I'm beautiful.
As if it's common knowledge.
It's the way they hug me.
As if I'm their anchor to this world
When in actuality, it's quite the opposite.


Poem Details | by James McLain |
Categories: art, poetry,

How Do I Know You Still Love Me

How do I know you still love me?
It is summer now, turning to fall and
Blankets of snow now surround me.

Given to me by you, knotted in silk
Each different knot and each different pearl,
Together each strand reflects you on me
As the mirror in the sun burns like fire.

How can I tell you still love me?
As one finger so soft runs around each of my breasts,
Like the loving firm hand, 
That molds each face from the white clay, from all of the days before.

Your bush of green leaves by a gardener like me, has been thinned
Of it's leaves by me.
And the crown of the tree, the tree that is me and by my roots
That grow deep in the soft fertile ground,
Shows that I'm still in love with you and you with me.


Poem Details | by MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA |
Categories: desire, love,

IF LOVE AND CARE BE

If love and care be like
The material the wealth and the riches
That people hug that people kiss
Ready to undo anything between them
By control plus X

If love and care be like
The clean water in a desert spring
That people stage athletic races
Competing to suck and sprinkle with
Their tongues to lick

If love and care be like
The bodies we carry with us
And the heels on our limbs
A thorn can’t survive a day
By the needle we unthorn

If love and care be
The gourds full of milk
We shake firm with care
Not to let spill a drop
With tongues we wipe spillover 

If love be like the urge-
To urinate and throw dungs
However much the limited time
The former and latter can’t hang
With tissues careful to wipe safe’