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Poem Details | by SKAT A |
Categories: beauty, dream, muse, romantic, sea, together, vanity,

DRUNKEN MOON

~twice the beauty~


in the sea of love 
reflection of the night 
a wave moves


~SKAT~


Poem Details | by SKAT A |
Categories: adventure, art, beauty, encouraging, first love, inspirational, journey, me, vanity, visionary,

FORGOTTEN TREASURE

FORGOTTEN TREASURE

I've found the fountain of youth
When I stumbled across the forbidden garden
Right in the middle of everything
Was what I imagined being a wishing well
I at once tossed a quarter into the sea
Facing down, puzzled as can be
I peeked in to ensure where it fell
I tipped over and that's when I saw my vanity
It was sitting there waiting for me
The reflection was before this day and age
I thought, what could this be?
With one drop on my taste buds
I knew I found the one true key
The most beautiful thing that can set one free
I reached in to touch the poetry inside me

             SKAT

Poem Details | by Richard Palmer |
Categories: life, uplifting, life,

Sweet Sweet Life

Our world,our country,our community,our home,
Where we live,learn,grow and play,
Where after life journey,no matter how short,
Our temple called flesh will lay,
So lets move with no delay,
To improve on our living each day,
Look around,see what needs to be done,
Lets approach it as if it's all about having fun,
Let not vanity lead you astray,
Or with you the devil will play,
Embrace God,have faith,please pray,
Live life, be considerate,give love,
And lets make our life a happy spiritual adventure....

Poem Details | by Robert Lindley |
Categories: blessing, deep, desire, hope, imagination, inspirational, vanity,

The Deadest Hope In The World

The Deadest Hope In The World


The deadest hope in the world to hold
To be truly youthful when one is old
To race about with eager quickened pace
Innocent smile upon a softened face,
Willing hands to love yet again,
The envy of many fellow jealous men
A finer vessel sleek, pure and true
Lady of charm dancing along with you!

Adorned with steadfast heroic words,
Flying free of earth like the birds,
Wandering into majesty of the clouds
Far away from teeming earthbound crowds
A God sailing alone in the night sky,
Enjoying a blessing, not asking why!

Robert J. Lindley, 05-30-2015

A sonnet, simply because I have not written one in a while..


Poem Details | by David Smalling |
Categories: death, love, heart, heart,

The Jaded Eye

Death is not death but a mask of great love
That protects us from pain in archived dust
Where vanity veils and desire dreams lust,
And the spirit's retreat is safe above.

Behind the mask like wings of woodland dove
A heart still beats, and footsteps break the crust
Of memory with shadows of her bust
Along the staircase of time and true love.

For love is eternal and cannot die,
Though a heart may pine itself bare to bones;
The soul that loves forever in the eye

Of God, a kindred spirit life enthrones.
The mask that fools the jaded mortal eye
Is but fickle flesh cradled on our bones.

ITALIAN (Sicillian) SONNET: abba abba cdc dcd

Poem Details | by Pariah Love |
Categories: beauty, body, confidence, courage, growth, poetry, pride,

Maquillage

Your precious youthful portrait you polish,
Till thy cheeks dye rose and yellow seems gold.
Seeking praise her truth she shall embellish,
Concealing blemish under manifold
Brushes in prayer for brief perfection:
“Make lush my lashes, allow my eyes allure,
 Veil in vanity this unloved complexion,
Feature me anew to comely contour.”
Who fed her the lie that her flaws were foes?
Who whispered she’d die unless she attain
A visage pure as those in heaven’s host,
Wherefore she sees her face and can’t complain.
     Pretty pictures indeed a frame deserves;
     Artless love, she ought learn, no mask can earn.

Poem Details | by Arijit Bhattacharya |
Categories: abuse, betrayal, conflict, depression, evil, pain,

Naked Truth

~~~ Naked Truth ~~~
We often feel
The society is filled with
Love, affection, adoration and romance.
But, the flabbergasting naked truth is something
different.
It is not the apparent.
The world is full of turmoils,
Even a son parents spoil.
Conceit and complacency are everywhere.
Faith and trust are nowhere.
People treat their child as a 'wishing well',
In spite of intimate blood relations,
They are not wishing well!
Everybody is masked,
Full of false vanity and hypocrisy,
The world is the devil's place
Full of brutality,
At stake is the friendship,
In danger is the love,
In danger is the humanity!!
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Poem Details | by Besma Riabi Dziri |
Categories: courage, emotions, endurance, heart, love, soulmate,

Loving

A generous heart
unveils a reverent care
freed from vanity.
Uniquely the valiant knights
with persistence attain Love.

August 5th, 2018


Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: emotions, feelings, hope, how i feel, longing, love,

I want to be loved

Love defeats I’m not brave
I can’t wait anymore
And I wish to be slave
And I gift you my core.
In my longing, I’m blind
And I’m losing control
I will ask you to find
My desirable soul.
In your vanity wave  
Will you hear my last cry?
And I stand near grave
But I don’t want to die.
Give me your endless rain
Give me eternal sun
I’m escaping from pain
I’m so jaded of run.
Never lose what I gave
I forgot that I’m proud
Love defeats I’m not brave
But I want to be loved.

Poem Details | by Janis Thompson |
Categories: character, christian,

AKA Love

A.K.A. Love

faith, hope, charity
which one of these
seeks not vanity
does not behave irrationally
will not intentionally hurt another
endures pain
gives, gives and gives because of its kindness
a bottomless well of patience
acceptance and courage
will die for another?
charity
a.k.a. love

10/23/19

1st Corinthians 13:13 

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Poem Details | by David Meade |
Categories: anger, conflict, hope, violence,

Love Sorrow




        blood pouring forth . . . red

           yelling . . . hate  r a d i a t i n g 

                                      shooting, dying . . .  why




“A voice was heard in Ramah, wailing and loud lamentations . . . “ Jeremiah

“. . . so much weeping!  Such a burden of lamentation!  I will not gloss over the terrible pain and sorrow that comes from vanity and anger, but neither will I forget the final word of resurrection. “  Eugene Petersen



David Meade
01/21/2015
Live Generously

Poem Details | by Misheel Chuluun |
Categories: family, growing up, husband, life, romance, tribute,

Watching Us Age

I'm watching you age
into wiser smiles, measured steps.
(Your lines look beautiful)

Gravity of life reshaped
our foolish expenses of energy
(Oh, the hurrying we did together)

wasted vanity of emotions.
I love our becoming...
more vast of vivid moments

(Our expanding normal bits)
gnarled with experiences.

Poem Details | by tom bell |
Categories: angst, depression, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, introspection, life, love, sad,

Wine and Dine

Wining and dining,
Dancing and prancing
Hoping I'll score,
My money I'm chancing...

Desperate for love,
A body warm
All my sensualities
Begin to swarm

Peck on the cheek,
My $100 prize
I stood there still,
With glazed eyes

Inside she rushed,
With ne're a word,
I stood still on the stoop,
Like a highschool nerd

Was it my hair?
My breath?
My looks?
Does she see
My hands as hooks?

Home I went,
Head hung low,
Well, at least,
Now I know...

No vanity
Do I see...
Worthy of...
Overcoming me.

Poem Details | by Rosemarie Rowley |
Categories: addiction, gothic, moon, mystery, sad love, vanity,

BETTER THAN NOTHING LOVE

THE  B.T.N. (BETTER THAN NOTHING) LOVE 

If I had faced then the lonely hall,
The black entrance into my own absence
If I had not lifted the phone to call
Each acquaintance, would I be so tense

But my urge to love and live is so immense
These cradling arms of plastic only stale
And I am ridiculous and intense
And all rejection like a ragman’s bale

With waves of pain beating on the wall
Crying to someone, somewhere, to speak sense -
My questionable right to love you all
Somehow in absence, seems that more intense,

Yet can be measured in this dying squall,
As I am waiting for your questioning call.

Poem Details | by Eugene Harvey |
Categories: faith, religion,

Fools Gold

Faith is nothing but vanity

A journey going nowhere

Walking among shadows

In search of a fool’s gold



Hope is a sufferable dream

A temporary fictive reality 

In a world of imagined lies 

In search of a fool’s gold



Love is a deceptive tease

A lone cherished memory

Beyond avowed happiness

In search of a fool’s gold



Change is an impossibility

A never-ending fairy tale 

Life’s faultless enterprise

In pursuit of a fool’s gold



Time is lone reality check

A naïve whimsical breath

Of infinite wretchedness

In search of a fool’s gold



Life is an pointless odyssey

A heartless song and dance

Void of an insistent destiny

In search of a fool’s gold



© Eugene Harvey

Poem Details | by Steven Federle |
Categories: introspection, love, morning, self,

Aubade: Your Eyes

“In an age where there is much talk about ‘being yourself,’ I reserve to myself the right to forget about being myself.” Thomas Merton

When I look into the mirror
I see the perfect mime,
moving left or right, mimicing
my vanity as I comb thinning hair,
check wrinkled skin for new blemish,
try figure out who I am;

but when I look into your eyes
I see long drives, mountain roads
rising to clouds, ocean mist
washing clean the highest pines
as the eastern sky
grows bright with
morning.

Your eyes
enfold me.

Like the rising sun,
your love renews
my aging day.

Poem Details | by Ashley Chanel |
Categories: conflict, corruption, family, friendship, humanity, money, vanity,

Priority Disorder

Keeping up with the Joneses
Tit for tat
Caught up in competition
"You got this? I'll get that"

Let me 1up you
Everything an attack
"Whatever you do,
I have to fight back"

Destroying ourselves
Breaking up our homes
Pride over love
Ending up alone

The things that define us
Are the things that we own
The the things that we've done
And the things that we've shown

Driven by jealousy
Feeding our greed
Filled with envy
Eyes glow green

Superficial materialism
Behavior obscene
Prioritizing what we want
Above what we need

Poem Details | by Teppo Gren |
Categories: dream, lost love, sad love,

ENTRAPPED

SONNET – ENTRAPPED

Lost within my dream of becoming bliss,
hopeful in it's beauty, so ambitious,
conceited make-believe play that's amiss,
in its wake so devious, so vicious.
Entrapped by my mind seeing only joy,
let it be so far from love's vanity,
cunning, treacherous ready to destroy
senses to leave aside all sanity.
The vision was so enticing, with ease
it trapped an innocent believer’s mind
to poison the dream, never to reprise
the pure innocence of love which was kind.

Reverie for pleasures to become rife
changed into entrapment of loveless life


T.J Grén

Poem Details | by CHIOMA ONYEKABA |
Categories: body,

MY BACK BONE

Love infected
Lust invested
The one you hold close to your heart 
Is the one always trying to tear you apart
Royalty to royalty
Vanity upon vanity
Life is so unjust
So you need to know whom to trust

The one you think loves you
Is the one who seeks to destroy you
Just like raindrops 
Falls from my eyes
I see a blessing in disguise
All hope ain't lost

Be careful and think twice
Lest you fail to realize
For all sacrifice 
Comes a price.

Poem Details | by Verlena S. Walker |
Categories: hope, inspiration, inspirational, introspection, metaphor, vanity, visionary,

EN ROUTE TO A BLESSING

TO MOVE FORWARD
TO MOTIVATE OTHERS
FOR EMPOWERMENT VIA NON-PROFIT
TO ACHIEVE WHAT HAS BEEN SAID TO BE IMPOSSIBLE!

Is there a greater focus to determine a greater faith?
Why ask, if you are living the best way?

TO STEP-TO-THE CAUSE
TO BE A POLITICAL POWERHOUSE
TO PROVIDE MOTIVATION
TO INSPIRE A NATION

What is your focus to be?
I ask because a destiny is perceived.

TO BE TO DO
TO LOVE TO LIVE
TO QUEST TO ACHIEVE
TO SEEK TO DEFINE
TO FIND TO SEEK OUT
TO ESTABLISH TO ASCERTAIN

What questions have you not ask?
Bringing forth this knowledge is to introspect.
________________________________________|
PENNED ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2014!

Poem Details | by Matt Starking |
Categories: me,

Me, Myself and I

You can choose to hate me
Or love me
You can choose to be a friend 
Or an enemy
But that do not change 
My abilities and capabilities
I am who i am destined to be
I can only be me
I know you have love for vanity
But i am the spirit 
Which lives within me
I am not my skin 
Nor what i wear
I am not what i hear
Your perception do not 
Put me to fear
No matter what happens
I will strive to survive
For my life is my life

Poem Details | by SHERRY BECK |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, motivation, power,

LIVE OUT LOUD

My presence is invincible
I am dominant and powerful
Overcoming life’s tragedies is emotional
Vanity is self love; you can say I’m boastful
It’s the beautification to my struggles
Self-worth is my devotional

I swagger
I sway and I strut
I go out into the world
And I kick butt

I grasp reality
Reach out toward authenticity
I am undisputed
Heavy weight in credibility

My imagination is whimsical
My love of life is musical
Since of humor is critical
For when life turns cynical

Life’s catastrophes tickle
When friends turn foe
Frenemies are fickle
They don’t stop my show

I vogue with my fashion
Saunter with style
I’m Hollywood happening

I LIVE OUT LOUD

Poem Details | by Nigel Fox |
Categories: love, urdu, lost, lost, lost love, love,

On Entering Heaven

Welcomed around me the half dead in lost love writhing in ecstasy
I myself now in the place of the past of dreams devoid of such chastity 
Well met seeing my lost love beautiful with chestnut eyes and soft such curved hips
In dreams devoid of vanity I will and now just serve myself so handsomely

Poem Details | by Abdulhafeez Oyewole |
Categories: friendship, goodbye, graduation, heaven, history, inspirational, life, lonely, memory,

Vanity

Vanity Upon Vanity

Morning arrives...
Evening takes over
Can't the day stops changing?

Mother born you...
You gave birth to us
Where are your ancestors?

Graveyard here calls...
Your family now run
Why do they stop to love?

Poem Details | by Stacy Stiles |
Categories: abuse, anger, angst, betrayal, conflict, confusion, courage, crazy, cry, evil, fear, grief, hate, how i feel, loss, lost, lost love, sad, sad love,

Shield Me

Shield me from this stain I bear,
remove this filth and smut I wear.
Cover my eyes from the evil truth,
discard these lies and hide the proof.

Guard my heart, these beats of pain,
from this spattered torn, loveless stain.
Protect this tired, worn out soul,
the one who beats out of control.

Defend my honor, grace and trust,
uncoil these spoils, away we must.
Preserve the mutiny, oust the pure,
coral the innocent with your evil lure.

Safeguard the takers, fakers and rest,
loosen the chains around this chest.
Release my dignity, vanity and control,
please shield my heart and cover me whole.