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It’s warmth from the fire, Expanding, expanding, and expanding until I struggle to breathe The color of my palpitating heart as it teethes,
    why do people think that its okey to judges anothers when they know dame right they shouldnt judge. Its like they think they know  more then others but they dont know crap.
we lost ourselves in            our dreams as it breathes
There's something different about todayMaybe I'm the only onewho'll notice itbut it's better than nothing  
i read this somewherei have a thousand things to tell youand thousands reasons not tothat really hit home  
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I feel beautiful todayI should take a selfieas soon as I get board the next vehicleit's not everyday that I get to feel thisno matter how many peoplesay it to meshe thought to herself  
A blurry future isn't a motivation to do better But leave today better than yesterday And even though we don't know what tomorrow looks like Make sure you go at it with your all
There once was a girl who was fearful, It left her day and night tearful. With all her might, she looked to the light. And now she knows what she’s here for.
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            If the lined pages                    Were a prison                  Then the words               Were the prisoners            Whose sentences
The Wealth of Being Prosperous by Janet A.Wilson  Great Wealth acquired, by the riches attained throughout the years,Living prosperously, depleting the sorrows and the tears,Immerse in joy, happiness, peace and hope,Help those less fortunate and a
                         Fulfillment by Janet A.Wilson Fame, fortune and wealth,Brings this world into being,The barren land is nothing until plowed,Seeded, watered and fed, ripened and reaped;Contentment and love for our daily needs.To live prosp
You walk towards me, effortlessly showing how flawless you are, with the wind around you content, as if twirling to celebrate your existence.  You’re a breathing piece of literary art and you don’t even know it. 
Is voting the only time you’re able to truly validate your voice? I’ve heard about the police brutality, the shootings, food insecurity But turning 18 is not the only time you get to make a choice  
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Words are the bridge to our thoughts; Created to convey an idea inside. When my mind is tangled in knots,
I was your ant  and you were my shoulder We shared so much memories and crashed down the walss but these walls will forever stand firm and these crosses will remind of our lost
There are times when it seems like My mouth is filled with buzzards And I can't make sense of the words  That come and go like the wind;   Sometimes there is too much wind in my chest
Words are powerful Words can be strength Words can be weakness Words can be a cry for help Or a cry of praise Poems have no end No limit No rules Just Words
Driving down the highway, breeze caressing my locks. Palm trees, blue water, sunshine, Icy mountain tops, and thrill in the cable car. Is there a way to capture these sights?
Poetry, there and here. Here and Everywhere. Everywhere for those to hear. Hear the hearts of those who care.   Poetry, revealing the truth. Truth behind those feelings.
good poems dont come from your head they come from your hands they are words flowing from the blood of our wrists the stains of the past broken memories
He was a traveller Someone I couldn't compel To stay a little longer Oh how beautifully He seeped through my skin Something more warmer Than a summer morning's sun The way my body responded
It was dark And gloomy A drip drip dripping noise In the eerie silence A frail body
Beauty… The beauty of words Connected without an arrangement to accompany. This, I’ve learned, can shake the world with just a step.  
Beauty… The beauty of words Connected without an arrangement to accompany. This, I’ve learned, can shake the world with just a step.  
I purge my soul of things only I know. It helps me see what can truly be, Not just a dream of you and me. When my fingers hit the keys It lights a fire in me. I set off on a rant Of rhyme and chant
I have late night conversations with the moon  She tells me about the sun And I tell her about you  What we used to do underneath her other half  And during her time when we went our different paths 
I step into silver slipstreamsof SEMI conductor dreams broad halo days of golden innocence buried in the hatchet holes of this aging tree bark frame my thoughts are limbs that lead to falling leaves
T'was once before the break of day when in the silence of a stored cachethere upon my memories ladder one ring above a thought came afterwhat was once so fine, so well placed, now lay defeated and disgraced
They honk incessantly, bellowed bathsof incorrigible bass, pond pricks,but, oh to watch them flylarge V's slide sweetly.
She was the wind's breath alive and moving with grace, a sweet slide across the room.   When she kissed me the world went away but, like the sea she too could roar.  
The earth quakes in thunder claps a hapless dressing for a proud sun melting clouds enough for rain.   One is born, another dies a constant neverland of never come again.  
Last night I saw you in a neon dream all lit up in a throw back scene the streets were wet in reflective haze where the truth is shadowed by the fire's blaze.  
We were only jokingWhen we sat beneath the weeping willowThe soft hairs of your armsElectrocuting my sensesOur conversation went onIn silence
Like some provincial rain that came crisp from  latent springs sprung too tight stored energy fast relinquished down a sliding sun into new light
Her eyes are the color green you can't describe without a viewThey soul speak of December leaning towards August's blue.The girl, the choice, the time, oh it must be forty years.
I crawled deep inside myself sand crabbing my way to a deep security there were no stars to gaze
They quarter-toned their deliveranceagenda based and ill conceivedin a quiet corner there was always eyeslooking at me smilingthe quiet ones were wise.
They are confined in canyons of chaoswriting crayon graffiti in the dark corners of restless mindshither too, and hither from, come hither to a have not,a has been, a has to have, a half a man,always incomplete
We are like cans of soupcollecting dust in a discarded martonce, when the day was sharpour pencils pushed the poembeyond a feeble flight of emotioninto the grand promise of new suns
Tidal changes of this floating heartwhen to stop, when to start?My pulse expands my waking mind.
  He danced the Mapiko while stary-eyed women looked on in fear and lust.......unashamed walking the dusty streets searching for a cuandeiros the dengue fever pitched to the blazing ball of sun
There is no test to time for time itself is of rest, or work,of giving, living, loving, hating, lying, cheating, repeatingitself over and over, just as the soft clover rises in the Spring.
It was the beauty of lifethe gold dust of dawnthe dripping, dipping, haloed moonthe crystal light of a summer noondressing my dreams of agape love.
These tribes of thought gathering tracks of non-compliancethis hardware-brain that racks pins waiting on a rollthese wars that internalize their every battlein the space between the filters of swift change
I am driven by such things as those that drive a hobo to a train tall grass waving in a Midwestern field, August dry and gold against the back drop of proud Rocky Mountain peaks
Side A Find me on the flip-sideWhere vague percussionsTap below quarter-tones.
Part 1. I tossed the day awayYeaton’s farm a memoryof waving cornsoft hill grasses the bent barnred in a gold sunbut, it is your eyesthat still live in me
There is an essence to angerthat bites the heads of snakesrattles the chains of Asmodai,in the vague light bad seeds wilt and diehe stands alone hands on hips,
I want to be part of something better, sail skies to unknown paradise while finding love in bones I call my own.
My child has finally been born. Thy world awaits ye beauty. Yet I must hide thee from scorn, So I take thy to a place that’s gloomy.  
Notebooks, napkins, and testsHave all served as resting places for my wordsEvery surface that dares meet my eyesBecomes a potential burial site  
Coffee-stainedAnd littered with ear-dogged pages,Oh, composition book;You were always my favorite.  
A year ago,I would have done anything to make you stay.A year ago,I had it all in the palm of my handto have it all fall apart six months later.  
To him:   I dreamt of him Again Of his dark caramel skin On my porcelain white His soft hands combing Through my thick hair His full lips Pressed against mine  
To him:   I dreamt of him Again Of his dark caramel skin On my porcelain white His soft hands combing Through my thick hair His full lips Pressed against mine  
Your smiles are lipstick deep Never to permeate into your heart; That centimeter wide smile Veneers your chicanery. When you are in need Your gorgeous, yet pretentious smile strands
A song, elegant  Dancing across thoughts  Trailing along a string of words  Poetry is art pure and simple  Abstract upon many levels  Limitless  A unique perspective 
The stories we grow up with aren't always what they seem if you took a step inside, you might find that it intrigues only those who have an eye for it, can actually see
Africa sweet Africa my home.Africa my sweet home. My black race I will embraceMy black race I’ll not disgrace.
Back to school. Back to 3 am ice cream runs and coffee running through my veins.  Back to word limits and pop quizes.  Back to study groups that aren't really study groups.  
There was once a princess in a far away land Who was offering up her marriage hand However all the princes that had come a calling Found her behavior gross and appalling  
 Everyone is a poet at heart,  They come up with brilliant ideas Only to be shut down by a wired minded society. Your brilliance stands out among all of these plastic molded people Darling, Don't be discouraged  YOU, Your ideas, Are what we need i
"Why am I so feared?"  I ponder this ages. I ponder this for years.  I am the "Evil Queen," they say.  "Snow White, the poor girl!" they say.  I wasn't always this way...so obsessed with beauty and such
Golden hair miles wide Inside the tower she would hide A maiden oh so fair Such beautiful flowing hair   Far and wide  Princes ride On a quest To steal the heart of the tower's princess
“A new set of clothes for the emperor,” That was all the servants would say, He cared not for war nor play, Only for the fine garb hanging from his frame.  
On the day of Briar Rose’s seventeenth birthday, As the curséd fairy had said, She pricked her finger on the spindle, But many do not know the truth behind this story…  
Little Red Riding Hood walked through the thickened wood, traveling to her grandma's house not really thinking about a spouse, low and behold she caught someone's eye, but it really wasn't her perfect guy,
Composed with envy atop his brick wall A gust of wind coursing through his veins   Humpty Dumpty sat and pondered, with tears in his eyes as he studied his broken remains  
Your happiness is a well of memories He's always on your mind The thought of his smile is a rejuvenating memory  And you hate having to have left it behind  You know it's for the best
Why not write poetry? Who says you can't create New words on a blank page To make another smile To bring back memories To pass a lengthy day
Poems are neat little presents We wrap our feelings up in and Give back to ourselves to sort through.
Poems come in different styles Elegant, peaceful, calm Angry, fierce, heated Depressed, deep, meaningful Happy, funny, lively But There's one thing that every poem relates to....    
America, the great, is what it claims to be, But the America I know is a giant catastrophe.
I write because  if I didn’t you’d find me dead with a pen by my side.  I try to break free from the bones that control me,
Do not fall in love with me. For I will show you movies, Read you books, And sway with you to music.   I will poison your favorite places to escape. And when you decide enough is enough.
The question “What is the meaning of life?” Is like asking the question, “What do all poems, taken together, mean as a whole?” You search for a single meaning through the entire realm of possibility
I looked up in the clouds A year ago I was making sounds Now I look at trees, and the fallen leaves Last year I made music and told people to be a feature, then leave Nobody knew I loved the pen ink
My love burns like hot coals. My eyes burn like hot coals melting into the back of my head. My brain is just liquefying in love I love you. I don't know why I said I didn't. I was alone in Australia.
Poems are what you make them out be. There is no definition of their effect on you or me. They change, shape and support the way we see. All need to be felt with skin, tongue, ear, nose and eye.
My soul is like a peace of paper; white and light and soft and new. My friends are like the pages; close enough to feel the pain, but like a page they too can turn away, who new.
When days are dreadful and they drag one down, The act of finding bliss is cumbersome. A time where the world was your own playground, Playtime came before personal income. Far away. Go back. Rewind.
Poems fall explicitly from my mouth.  Demons crawl explicitly in my head.   I'm never sure how to handle the speed at which both are produced. I just know that I amd the only thing between them
Little Brother Little Brother I’m here for you Don’t be frightened Don’t be timid I will comfort you   Little Brother
To be beautiful To be hot To have a skinny waist To have a six pack To have a Kim Kardashian butt To have a baseball players' rear
I’ve been waiting for you Maybe for a minute Maybe for my life Yet, how come I’m waiting To see your face To see your body
Na-wonder life ni type gani ya game,ni hockey,rugby ama table tennis?
Nimejipata mashakani baada ya Hakimu kuniukumu maisha gerezani na majukumu ya kazi ngumu Tumeingishwa kwenye basi ambayo imetungoja pembeni Ndani tuko wafungwa watano ilhali tumetwikwa kijiweni
As the sun rolls in Carrying a morning grin That is genuine
Poetry is inclusive like an outstretched hand Its words pull you near and into Its foreign land Escape, escape, escape again... You dont need to fear, to tremble or roam without a cause
It's not just a string of words Set out before you like an array of different cheeses At a fancy party. That's not what poetry is. It's not just about the swing, The thing that moves you out of your seat
From Robert Frost to Tupac Shakur, Poetry means a lot and more. Rooted into the songs we play, sprouting into the movies we see, the words of shakepeare we say, it all stems from the same tree.
What does poetry mean to me? It is, simply, the ability to feel free. To be able to take your mind places where you physically cannot go. To be able to look from the inside out and grow. 
It means freedom It means opportunities It means being allowed to have feelings   Feelings are raw Feelings are genuine
Bring a pen to paper, Hear the scribbling sounds Do it now and never later What you write may be profound.   Constantly erasing,
This one is for the kids with no more hope  No more purpose  Broken smiles  Shattered teeth    The kids who fall short of their dreams so closely  they scrape them with their fingertips 
I lived and I praised and I loved and I gave And Finally I was empty Nothing  Left In Me Been turned to the side by the mind's greatest enemy Depression What a taboo word
I spoke with painful memory that each word wasn’t clear to those around me. Each time the words went to sound they danced upon the waves as noise.  
Funny how paradoxical the world is. Humans selling their souls for a dollar. Making profit off of pain and while their coins add up, so does their shame. But who’s really to blame?
I run as fast as I can.  The sky gets blacker and blacker. I hear laughter fill the air where the wind once danced. I can’t see where I’m going. There’s no where to hide. It’s after me.
OPEN LETTER TO MY MOTHER –
Rested your mop of hairOn piles and pilesOf poems old and newYour mouth running like a faucetNot yet digested meals and fluidsYour green apple chunksAnd what used to beA Reese's Peanut Buttercup 
Listen fool, you write and weep. Go out and see, the truth that the world hides from me. Why do you enslave yourself in your own emotion? Like a man lost out in the ocean, drowning himself With faith and devotion.
I read a beautiful book It brings joy for my feeling Heals every broken piece inside me And gets my lost soul back with the peace it found
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Tell me poetry Why would I write for you? I stare hard at the blank lines, demanding You're a wielder of words, they whisper
Maybe I am ill, Perhaps I am not, But the issues many of us face Remain unseen. So I ask that people read along. Look into my head, And into what I have seen. This is why I write my poetry.
Poetry and I, We are inseparable.  We are long lost friends Who found each other Inside cracks of foaming hate And melting sorrow.    Poetry and I,  We are connected by truth. 
This is my book of poems;Poems I swore not to write.Somehow I couldn't help it,Temptation: too much a fight.
Tell her that you can't promise that you'll remember her favorite color- but that you'll remember the experiences you've had together   tell her that you will always remember  the butterflies you got whenevr she was around
God of mercy, sweet love of mine, your love is like a radiant diamond. Such love I cannot contain, like a blazing wild fire. On the cross you shed your blood for a sinner like me. I cannot live without you.
The happiest absolute of life to live, would be to start the work, unnamed, in death, But confused above this harsh world, I'd died a worker with the riches. That everything you wouldn't lose,
The minute she steps foot in a libraryShe has an excited lookAnd before you can even blink your eyeShe has her nose in a book
The last thing I'd thought I had lost, my thick oversized journal I wished I had it then, And not stacked in boxes, my hubby has his prized books in Those infallible words, and thoughts, and reflections and poems
How can I understand what you say behind the lines of those silent words of exclamations? How can I understand what you are trying to say when I cannot hear your voice, ...you don't pick my calls...because you were busy.
I Love You Your name will be unspoken, But know it's about you.
Literature is My Cover Up
I am a Visionary, Always thinking about the future, I work hard, I strive, nobody can bring down my pride. I live and I learn from the ups and the downs, they try to burn my bridge,
Children be chasin' stones like streetlights,
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I have an infinite faith that never ends within the obstacles that I face there is a light of hope that shines so bright in my heart and soul. I have an infinite faith that god granted
Sometimes you pray to god things work out. Sometimes you wish upon a star. 
Do you view a sheet of paper. Like stone-craver. Views a block of granite. To a lot of folks. It just a block of granite. To the stone-craver. It is a beautiful thing.
Cpl Robert Lin Cook USMC In his 300 plus poems. Wrote about what we wore. And what we carried. But more important. He wrote about what Marines Are all about,;
Summer time is now over,                                    
This morning, the sun rose
Eyes are our passageways to see the world In one simple movement, eyes reveal a kingdom of color and life from a realm of darkness
The walls of my retina are painted your image,  Colored magnificently by your beautiful face,  Your dimples, so simple yet eye captivating,  Oh, I wish to kiss those juicy lips till eternity. 
My life seems different. It seems unreal. Please wake me up I know it's a dream Reality is harsh  And ever so unkind Please don't let go 
I howl in my head before I sleep Howl so loud, afraid it will be heard Howling alone into the pillow Scratching imaginary door to be opened   I miss you like a dog
I like the poems of yesteryearThe poems of ‘twas, and yon, and ere,The poems whose ol’ archaic tongueWas in its prime, and lo, e’er young.Their tales were spun of days of yore
It wasn't long before she came back around to steal your heart once again
Latin is dead by language is everlasting Passing From one form to the next.   Changing Rearanging In times contingent upon the feelings of the people that are speaking  
Theres a point to poetry.  Theres a point to the words people say that create images in our heads and fule our intentions. And there are people meant for it. They were chosen,
There are a lot of things that have been plaguing me. It is something that I really need insight on, especially when wisdom is abandoning.
No filter...You mean off-kilter?
My name is Brandon and I am a runner. I run, I work, I learn. I am always moving, even while asleep, and love to be outdoors. I love learning and growing and always knowing.
Man meets woman with a sword in hand Like shooting stars caused by fate they clashed Falling into territory they didn't know where to land Original plans were shaken and not trashed  
I sit in class ready to learn but with a heart that’s been burned. Not because of a boy but because of what I have done to myself. The real me laughs but doesn’t smile
Coffee Paper   We filter our pictures because others can’t filter their words,
Let me try to explain what it's like to have a mental illness. Life becomes a watercolor someone left out in the rain.
It's who I am. I've always been tall. And no, I don't play basketball or volleyball. I am constantly stranded in a sea of small and world of petite. Yes, my feet are large, but imagine if I had small feet.
Rain bites Wind blows I fight For a future A better me I do it without thee   Water runs Rockets rise I have seen many suns And many moons Rise and fall
Behind these eyes of mine is a person, just an ordinary person who always feels she never fits in.She takes pictures and finds uplifting quotes to put on her pictures so she can look at them and think she is beautiful.
Pulling  An ever-retreating journey Into the caves of my imagination I am pretentious And cold Withdrawn from the modern world   The jeans You once adored
I am Flawless because i write, I am me because of my height, I praise the Lord each and everyday, Even though somethings don't always go my way,  I still give him praise for all that he does, 
Some day's I want to scream, Some day's I'm happy, Some day's I don't care at all, When I run out of things to say, I feel the painful words swarm me,
You know what sucks? My pain in my heart I'm losing my luck It taste bitter and tart I feel tired all the time Yet my heart races fast I'm losing my prime My time won't last
The new me A better me A stronger me Proven to everyone Including herself  She can do anything These critical steps She is taking For herself Past all her expectations
One day I hide away Only to stay Somewhere grey So day  I may stry But today is not that day
Blood pools At the end of the stairway Caressing me Welcoming me Into eternity I fall and shatter Into millions of fragments So that nobody  Can ever uncover Me again
Pots         Everywhere.               Glaze on the table.         People building animals. Teapots strewn around the room.         Teacher telling what to do.
What were we all waiting for?
your handwriting in the letter. the way the blood splattered. how gracefully you jumped. and the sound that came from your landing. everything was perfect. except the ending.
The patterns of life are so lost Just fragments and reflections 20 bucks but no cost Kneel down and say your confessions   Once again I find my self
"come out", "come out and play, ive got muffins," They say
I don't do regular, I'm far from it Just makes it sick to your stomach now don't it I do stuff you couldn't do, it's too easy When you hear of my illness baby it'll make you quesy
I hide behind many curtains along with anyone I've ever known its a paradox in the sense that we are all hiding who we are from people who are hiding who they are
I remember when they told me
Like olive oil, The first press is the best. It is pure, unrefined. It is the true essence of the olive.   Like chicken, The more you process it, The worse it gets.
Wounded Healer His footprints fade from the sand on the beach. I understand that depression it kills Cause my bestfriend swallowed handfuls of pills
I was misguided. My demons would taunt me. Convince me to wander on countless occasions. I'd roam around until they'd finally attack. They always did and always do, as soon as they see their chance. They feed on any sign of weakness.
Rescue me from this broken heart And all that is dark From this stolid state And harm that awaits Take me far away To my happy place Hopefully you're not too late Rescue me  
The Hidden Masquerade By: Darien Heminger   Sitting in her room thinking about the past Wondering how life flew by so fast.
should I say, I have known these armsor should I say, I've long known their facesI don’t need an eternal litanyof hymns before I believe them.......  
If we knew then what we know nowThat there were worms in their teaThat woes and headaches awaited usAt the end of the road beyond the seasWe would have pleated our dreams at home.  
Driving to you the highway rushes up to me blends into the orange and red sidelines my eyes stay fixated towns pass I do not notice as I lose myself  miles slip by and by
you can act like you're my friend but we both remember the end let's stop pretending it's alright
Make mistakes. So many of them. So many so that one day you can look back and it and smile and say. I did it. I made it.
This is my poem.
They come They go They stay They leave   But to catch them Now that's hard So close you come To forming coherency  
  There once was a girl I met Was the best girl out there yet From bein’ together To barely ever Someon’ else got who I didn’t get
  Antonia We remember I remember Our childhood Had its pros and cons We’re adults now All grown up It’s crazy how time flies The few moments I spend with you now
  Let me tell you my friend, she was special Not that I could’ve chosen from several But she was my favorite out of the rest We became close, on the journey out west Antonia was my best childhood friend
Look yonder don’t you see? That crumpled paper lying there, Discarded without care   In its wrinkled lines and smeared ink My darkest secrets hidden underneath a tear Folded up and messy over there.
Two poems lie crumpled on the floor, And sorry I had not the patience to read them both, I contemplated throwing them away. But I skimmed through one as best I could
craving physical affection, but dreading physicaly contact.
It's hard to write a poem,
Poems  They're not my thing They have a social stigma Poems   Poems They make my inner thoughts loud My exterior remains so stoic Poems   Poems
Poetry is beautiful It has meaning It has feelings It is strong It can be loud It can be quiet But like everything else Poetry and poems Come to an end... like this,
Why
I write for the silenced, the needy I write for the weak and the weary   I write for the persecuted the judged the ignored.   I write for those who are bored bored of life,
Social Media     Facebook -   Making a page that will deliberately describe what I want to say.
I dream poetry There is nothing that excites me more More than transcribing thoughts I may never share More than reading out loud to find what sounds best
Poetry, is anything the truth? A lie isn't a lie and to die isn't to die. A thing is another. If someone stands for someone else does the second someone sit?  
Your smile radiates  Like the morning sun.  Your eyes sparkle  Like tinker bells pixie dust,  Bringing hope of true beauty to the world  The way your hair flows 
Purgatory.   The endless wait, the infinite tide of fear and anxiety washes over again. I wait to see you come in, your angelic face shining like a beacon in an ocean of despair,
The depressing anxiety was peculiar as it crept over me. A thought of another generation came to mind. Will it come with a mental period of time?
I spend my time biding by, tie my shoes, adjust my tie, i walk this square, all life seems fair a vision did i see, a vision of what I used to be how will i know i chose right?
Poetry is not the written word Or ink gracefully and artistically drawn on paper Poetry is a fond memory that comes to us  unexpectedly -  In the most sporatic times And brings a smile to our face
This job will not only change my life. It will change the world. Words can stab like a knife But without them would anything change? In a world so corupt  With problems that can widely range
You're that gleam I see in the dark,  You stand in the corner And shine in my eyes,  There's no better light To a better path... You're the answer, And you're the want Everything I desire 
The traffic sounded like the sea, always moving,                                                                                  never changing. The sun's rays grew intense, burning the skin,
     
No contest! No seriously, this is not a contest.  I am entering a random drawing  by adding my thoughts and words in exchange for money.
Why
As she walks through the halls the whispers get louder she's listening her tear drops glistening your telling her she's not good enough some say she's not hood enough she's debating
Drifting, drifting, drifting In a boat on the cool, blue sea
In the shadows I sit Away from the crowd, A class full of voices My own starts to drown.   From class to class I rush and hide From room to room I stumble and cry,
Love is passion. Love is attraction. Love is devotion. Love is a notion that people care for people other than themselves. Love is small. Love is big. Love is humble.
land of the free,home of the brave laws force us to behave, the government puts us in a cage prospectives in projects makes the world hard to digest. Even when I try my best, you cannot let my flaws lay to rest
He once was a man just like you and I He had a family and a job to get him by. But then the war came and it all transformed He went out and fought through the storm. Everyday he put his life on the line.
Sitting on the floor, thinking of it all. Watching the clock move slow on the wall. You say you love me..but where are you now? All it took was a phone call for you to say chow.
You are curious You are just a child
My brother was forced from home I tried to ask, "why?" The seeds of our love were sown I received no reply
How long will you mourn me, Not at all, it's not your concern For if you were to mourn me It would make my heart burn Feel the cold wind surround you Enjoy the embraces of new lovers
I don't know how to say this, but the picture, I will try to capture But what I want cahnged is schools pressure. The pressure to get honors, and at the end of the day try to sleep
Let's go home and spill some drinks And then see what the good Lord thiinks This is a poem about a man in my head He put up a fight but now he's dead 
The words surface in my mind; streaming, roaring, Clicking together like pieces of a puzzle, From word to poem.
  The scratches on the papers are nonsensical to me. If there's only one set answer, you see, With that, you could fail indefinitely. Math..numbers, they never cease to inspire me.
Nowadays, poetry can be seen as this A sweet song, a love note about roses A rap about getting the desires of the world
I don't like to be ignored. Actually I HATE to be ignored. And fuck those of you who immediately think that I am an attention whore. I'm not, I just don't like to be ignored.
I have to write a poem Not too long or short. No required rhyme, No required sense. Just a gripping, passionate subject with flow. So here goes.   There are poems that teach lessons
I find feelings scary. They tend to make people Do uncontrollable things.   I find logic powerful For logic comes From the defeat of the monster That is feeling.  
You drive me to the edge again and again  But I hang on to the ledge With my pen The rocks at the bottom are razors I'm slipping Words are my savior   Feelings and memories triggered
Pen to paper, ink to letter, Word to phrase, line after line, Rhythm and rhyme, beating in time, Meaning so fine, inspiriation mine, Never will quit, the heart of the poet, Starts when he knows it,
The sea shimmers like sunlight on chrome Loud crashing waves and soft silky sand are my living room The beach is the place I call home   My home is unlike the old empire of Rome
Every poets’ voice is distinct. an indicative drawl or rasp, a characteristic blend of dialect, a certain brand of sarcastic humour;
I'm a visioner I see great things happening- Poetic Buildings  
Sometimes I dream That I will see them again My momma My poppa But when I wake All I can see is darkness I do not breathe in air This is pure musk that fills my lungs
A what a strange world we live in. How one joke is a muse, but flipped is abuse. How the light at the end is glory from war, but is also the big gold gates to The Lord.
One step forward The soft sand cushions my foot with its tenderness and warmth Seeping between the secret crevices of my toes The sun drenched grains heat my feet Almost burning But not enough to hurt
I never liked poetry I never understood what it meant There was too much metaphor Without any intent   I never liked poetry Music was my medium At least most songs rhymed
Endless Words Which lock your eyesPlentyPlenty of puns and idiomsI'm on another planetSeems to be from a different worldHiddenFoggy and somewhat unclearMeaning
There will always be painThere will always be sorrowWe will always burn bridgesBut when can we be free?  
Poems:  Expression and Lyrical.  Beautifully Hopeful.  Honesty and New.  A way to be true.  Writing is my way to vent.  In my own little tent.  My way to be real. 
When lust is greater than love When hurt is too much to heal It’s hard to stay in love, When there’s nothing left to feel.   When the pain of holding on Defeats the fear of letting go
I think metaphors and analogies are overused Like, here we all go again trying to sound all deep Trying to make some profound point out of some thought that we imagined was original
We will never again label people like animals they said We will never again let a government kill millions they said But what about the immigrants I say
Getting good marks in exams makes one happy Eating ice creams makes some happy Splurging money on shopping makes others happy Our parents become happy to see their children happy
Nobody in this world can live without music I feel And music transcends all boundaries But still some people seem to have no ear for music But even these people enjoy some kind of music or song for
Some have an ambition to be a doctor Some have an ambition to be a pilot Some scuba divers, some athletes There is a broad range of different ambitions With people preaparing for ambitions from a young age
Hero is dashing Goons he is smashing The heroine is so happy For the herohas come to her rescue, Many portions of the script are unrealistic, There are twists and turns in the story,
Why in the world do poems need to rhyme? You would think with everything else in the world People would be more willing to less rhymes slide. With depression and poverty Why is it so important that cat goes with hat
Sometimes certain situations are just so hard to deal with, other situations are easy, but the hard ones teach you a lesson in life, weather its for the worst or the better.
I often look to the yellow lillies in the garden on campus Friends pass me and time shifts Is it not the success that people want? Or perhaps it's the driven motive in which we attempt to strive Unjust it truly is,
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As long as its in the future time will move me toward it,so im going to keep on fighting, while im struggling but its worth it., tired of all the hatred,im tired of all the fighting, so tired of my own lies,sick of my self portrait, disliking who
How to write a poem How should I start? This is my voice I can write from my heart Poems don't have to rhyme Poems dont have to make sense Poems start with you and your one line
I touch my pen to the paper and take in a deep breath. I feel like I'm about to create something breath-taking. Now to others who put their eyes on it might feel differently.
I am the quad core intel i7 chip in the beautiful aluminum unibody MacBook Pro. I am the retina display in the iPhone 5. I am the 4g LTE in the all new iPad. I am the 32 gb of storage in an iPod touch.
So many days in that black swivel chair Clicking on clues, who needs fresh air? Staring at the screen with its curve like the earth You’d think I’d been doing this from at least birth
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Words are so tiresome, they say many things. they never get a break or rest, they put your know how to the test.
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