Category: poems

by Rodney Fenner

Hello world. I was looking through my archive and came across these two poems. One was written by a friend of mine’s girlfriend (so I was told), and the response was written by me because he asked me to. I just thought they would be nice to share, […]

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by William Bethea

THE ARMFUL – ROBERT FROST For every parcel I stoop down to seize I lose some other of my arms and knees, And the whole pile is slipping, bottles,buns Extermed too hard to comprehend at once, Yet nothing I should care to leave behind. With all I have […]

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POEM OF THE WEEK, by Mumin Israfil

Deep undersea, naked, holding your breath ~in lost faith you exhale submitting to death. Hateful of the ungrateful, Father Sea knows your plight ~he lovingly blows into you his saltwater Life. With you vigor returned, you feel the numbing cold ~transforming your skin into a vibrant protective fold. […]

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Poem – Daughter, by Johnnie Harria

my daughter is my life and joy,my laughter,peace of mind,and most beautifulest flower of choice.she means the world.she very smart,and kind at heart,shes quick to listen and slow to talk.when im sad in darkness or depressed, i look at her picture and my light comes back. i like […]

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Burried Alive, by Pierre Tony Redd

POEM: the thought of being buried alive scares me being locked in a box is alarming terror sets in and my stomach hurts sweat drips from my brow and tears fall from my face I can taste the salty moisture it’s humid, hot and suffocating I’m buried feet […]

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Tears Never Cried, by John Mcconnell

A blog entry/poem by Mac Imagine teardrops never cried from all of the pain trapped inside. Just waiting to escape through the windows of your eyes. “Why wont you let us out?” The tears question the conscience “Relinquish all of your fears and doubts and heal yourself in […]

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Born For This, by Eyba Brown

(poem) by: Eyba “Prime Time” Brown No one enters life all bad or all good. That is mostly defined by your circumstances, your situations, your hood. You may look at a precious baby and think this isn’t so. But one day you tell them to come here, who […]

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Life Lesson, by Ryan Bell Jr.

“I’m a tornado in the winter, and a blizzard in the summer, I’m a flood in a desert and a thunderstorm without thunder. I know it sounds crazy and makes you wonder, but know that I’m unlike anything that’s ever been discovered. If you could scan my body […]

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Things, by Maurice Brown

There are things to think about; and there are things to say, there are things that actions prove; and faith should lead our way, the holy Spirit has a course; the will of God is true, the hope we have inside us; what can its courage do? We […]

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Sour Taste, by Joshua Hairston

I siphoned out Africa’s pidgin, from the Englishman’s jargon and was regarded as equal – I Mastered The Tongue Of The People Who Mastered My People – speeding passed, exceeding the mass of practicing “legals” – slowed by circumspection – my soul’s recollection – the coldest dereliction – […]

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Peace Was Won, by Mark Blain

With an eager heart, and a will on fire, I sought to win my great desire. “Peace shall be mine,” I cried! But life grew bitter in the endless strive. My heart grew weary and my pride wounded deep. To heaven I wailed, “God give me peace!” The […]

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