They Started A War by Randall Barfield -"One is left with the horrible feeling now that war settles nothing; that to win a war is a... [70 words]
Remembering by Colin Baker - [144 words]
A Pious Gent by Colin Baker - [11 words]
Rain Heading In From The West by Colin Baker A poem written to mark the many innocent deaths brought about by Western politica... [243 words]
The Love I Need by Dri - [236 words]
Entwined Hearts by Dri - [89 words]
Dad by Carla Thomson This poem is about my dad, and how he let my step-mom take over. My brother and I moved out after having to... [126 words]
(A)L(M)Ight(Y) by Buxton Read it, but don't love it. [113 words]
Your Fear by James Christopher McDermott - [90 words]
Yet Another Day... by Alvin Gladstone Another hectic day described in poetry. [185 words]
What Are These? by Jacson A Bevens Can you tell? [53 words]
We're Both Drowning by Elizabeth Flores This is a poem I wrote just now. it took me about ten minutes so it might not be very good.... [66 words]
Was I Ever Once Worth The Time by M Q Walters Still trying to figure out what I'm worth....and why it seems to be easier for o... [75 words]
Waiting (2) by Ashley Burdett Just a poem about waiting for someone. [113 words]
Unexplanable by Carole Brogden This poem is about a time in my life when I wanted to do something but God didn't want me to and I... [119 words]
Umn Is All I Can Say by Yessayana Hartfield This poem is about handsom or beautiful women that make you Umn. [95 words]
Tiny Souls by Mary Tronti - [87 words]
The Wendy Williams Pu-Lease by Yessayana Hartfield A big Phat Shout Out to my girl Wendy Williams on her Pu-lease to the people who di... [203 words]
The Long Sleep That Steals Away Guilt by Uche Peter Umez Mirth gives way to dejection as a poet confronts his treachery and takes ... [129 words]
The Endless Struggle by Noah J A short poem/rap song about the World's problems. [290 words]
The Dibia's Lament by Uche Peter Umez Traditional values give way to modern acts. [111 words]
The Day The Levy Broke by Dawn Matley Maselli I am a RN in RI. I could not go to New Orleans to help, because people depend on my car... [776 words]
Taking Power by Suzannah Duff - [84 words]
Soul Meld by M Q Walters - [84 words]
Review ! A Myth.. by Sasu A blast at the lack of readers, but writers on this Forum. [108 words]
Reminiscences Of Nsukka by Uche Peter Umez Longing for a dearly beloved friend. [77 words]
Poems Of A Differant Tone by Delmar Burkett This is a few selection of poetry I've written throughout the basis of my life. [951 words]
Outside Your Window by Roberto J Moreno - [96 words]
Now And Never by Buxton - [53 words]
Love Prayers by Desi Williams It's... well, once you read it, it is self explanatory. [113 words]
Life Within by Inchara Its about the expectant mother-to-be. [98 words]
Just Not Today by Buxton - [121 words]
It by M Q Walters Just something different for me. [35 words]
It Was In The Middle Of Summer by Bancy Mwihaki Poem about love that was found then lost - poignant, nostalgic. [175 words]
It Is My Business by Yessayana Hartfield This poem is about other people business, but your own. [123 words]
Ich Leibe Dich Alexa by K H - [140 words]
I Shall... by Mary Tronti This little poem came to mind, as I was struggling to make it through the day with my illness. I giv... [65 words]
I Love My Lord by Bg Ryan - [104 words]
His Pain by Ken Harbec I am glad I had the chance to see his eyes that night. [20 words]
Guessing Game by Sasu - [109 words]
Free Sin by Buxton A poem short in words but big in heart. [30 words]
Fragments by Uche Peter Umez Memory of a life. [31 words]
For Dad by Katherine Smith - [130 words]
Follow Your Dreams by Dri - [119 words]
First Day Of My Life by David Baker It's been a loong time but i'm back hahaha, this is my newest poem, have a read hope u lik... [89 words]
Dying On My Knees by Aryka - [297 words]
Driving To Feel You Near by Roberto J Moreno - [146 words]
Dream Land by J R Eilerman It's my depiction of the reality of dreaming. [87 words]
Done With The Lies by Ashley Martin Something I wrote when I was bored, typical Girl is done with Guy, Guy won't let go though, ... [69 words]
Ciggaretts by Yessayana Hartfield A Health Hazard worst and costly then the most addictive drugs out in the market place to date. [296 words]
Brother My Brother by Deava Not entirely sure what inspired this, just something about the bond of brothers standing aga... [95 words]
Broken Beat by Tim D Ryan A pointless poem, but I like it. [195 words]
Begging Forgiveness by Rae - [60 words]
Autumn Winchester by Tim D Ryan Just lyrics for my band, that's all. [156 words]
Autumn Dream by Lissa N Metz-Gomez - [40 words]
Appreciation by Jacson A Bevens This concept just struck a chord inside of myself. [98 words]
A Winter Night Sky by Gerald Scruggs Encouragement. [235 words]
A Gust Of Wind(For Caillin) by Tyla B D D Kenzie This poem I wrote for my daughter Caillin.She is one of 4 children that I have, and... [206 words]
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This poem is about courage and believing in yourself, when no one else believes in you, your parents, family, or friends. It's human nature to walk by sight and not by faith; however, faith is the begining to all tangible dreams that the human eye can see.
A beautiful young single African American mother, who is accomplishing her goals and succeding through some of lifes toughest objections and distractions. I learned a long time ago, that no matter what I go through or what someone says about me, or whoever may disbelive in me. That I will make it. I am determined to and I believe in myself no matter what odds I am facing. For better or for worst, I can do something about anything I face. I accept all challenges except death, because I can't do anything dead.
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Ciggaretts (Poetry) A Health Hazard worst and costly then the most addictive drugs out in the market place to date. [296 words] [Health]
Cuntroversy (Short Stories) A story with several twists and turns, as she whispers the words in his ear " you never know the underlining truth " CUNTROVERSY" History proves women are smarter! [183 words] [Erotic]
Hot Baby (Songs) Intro: The way you make me feel. [106 words] [Mind]
Illegalllll Immigrants Pu-Lease (Plays) This play is about a African American woman struggling to survive and take care of her family; however, she can't because all the employers in her city is hiring illegal immigrants, and telling her sh... [454 words] [History]
It Is My Business (Poetry) This poem is about other people business, but your own. [123 words] [Comedy]
Start Asking Questions (Poetry) This poem is about relationships? [136 words] [Fantasy]
The Lying Voice (Short Stories) Ms.Johnson a successfully, established woman whom is constantly batteling this tormenting voice in her head. This voice has become a personal war her against the voice. Is she worthless as the voice... [425 words] [Mind]
The Wendy Williams Pu-Lease (Poetry) A big Phat Shout Out to my girl Wendy Williams on her Pu-lease to the people who did not give one brown cent to the Katrina Hurricane Victims, and the victims who did not accept help after loosing eve... [203 words]
This Spirt In Me (Screenplays) Theme is Two woman act. A young lady name Kim desperately trying to find her purpose in this world. She calls the request line to speak to disc jockey about her issues. [775 words] [Drama]
Umn Is All I Can Say (Poetry) This poem is about handsom or beautiful women that make you Umn. [95 words] [Fantasy]
Who said I won't? you, the judge, spectator, advisor?
Who said I can't? you, the darer, instigator,doubter?
Who said I will? me, the believer, achiever, and self admirer.
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