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Poem Details | by Antonio Ball |
Categories: death, encouraging, life, meaningful, philosophy, pride, symbolism,

Flowers

Flowers are like people
when one withers, another blooms


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: community, death, pride, soldier,

PRIDE IN MAN - SKAT'S FLAG CONTEST

triskele* at half mast full military honours no birdsong is heard Jan Allison 17th July 2015 Country – Isle of Man (* pronounced tris –kel 2 syllables) 5,7,5 SYLLABLES CHECKED The triskele symbol (as found on the Manx flag) is very characteristic of the three interlocked and conjoined spirals found in Celtic art throughout Celtic north western Europe Contest:- You Country’s Flag - Skat

Poem Details | by Eternal Victor |
Categories: adventure, angel, anger, bible, business, change, creation, culture, death, dedication, dream, education, fear, freedom, future, god, grave, life, magic, memorial day, miracle, mystery, nature, patriotic, peace, people, places, poems, pride, relationship, soldier, spiritual, success, suicide, symbolism, truth, war,

4 - Messenger from the Dead

Alas there is no more confusion,
finally found my last conclusion.
Expect me as if Jesus will return,
from a ghost to a realm of concern.

Your dreams are portals like doors,
welcoming spirits into hasten wars.
Leaving the thoughts without trust,
keeping your fears in much disgust.

And though you sought no consequence,
deeds that confirm a wicked malevolence.
Awaiting in your nightmare of screams,
enjoy what is left amongst your dreams.

Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: adventure, anxiety, appreciation, assonance, confusion, emotions, feelings, forgiveness, freedom, grief, happiness, how i feel, imagination, innocence, inspirational, murder, patriotic, poverty, power, prayer, pride, religious, sorrow, spiritual, usa, war,

Draw A Better Picture

Is it her calling?
I was just drawling
pictures of my feelings.

All these killers and retards 
we should be healing,
Insted we are keeping 
them from the world.

Tis it was the greatest story ever told
until our memories were sold.

Help us, lord
ashes to ashes 
and dust to dust
are the words.

Listen,
I'm speaking to the nation
about a lost generation,
built off of freedom and innovation,
that was sweeping the nation
during the emancipation proclamation.





Poem Details | by Blake Holland |
Categories: addiction, allusion, angel, anger, art, celebration, confusion, crazy, depression, desire, earth, emotions, fantasy, fear, feelings, freedom, god, grief, health, humanity, humorous, image, imagination, life, loneliness, love, magic, music, nonsense, peace, planet, political, poverty, power, pride, psychological, sound, space, spiritual, stars, stress, suicide, sympathy, teen, usa, wisdom, world,

An Aquarian Exposition

Take the pill
on the hill
and don't be shrill
when you see the rainbow
when you are low.
Just go with the flow
and eat the purple snow.
Chase the rabbits 
through the green field
but use my shield 
to end all of your habits.

Poem Details | by Sima Mittal |
Categories: abuse, america, death, flying, pride,

Feelings of the American Flag

My Stars were my pride
I was always ready for the ride
Hoisted in the clear sky
I flew freely and high!

But now, I lay in unwanted ashes
Burnt by many, those bodily fleshes
Alas, all my stars now feel like scars!
Alas, all my stars now feel like scars!

Poem Details | by Alvin Korvah |
Categories: deathlife, death, death, life, me, pride, smile,

Don't Mourn Me

If I should die 
Let me die with pride 
Knowing that my life a successful ride 
I'd may not have been rich 
Nor made the front page 
But with my hope desire 
I've always inspire 
If I should look death in the eye 
Let me accept it with pride 
Cause then I know my life was a successful ride 
With smile I'll grace every mile 
Knowing that my life style was an inspiration 
for the next generation 
I've over come every frustration by determination 
So please don't cried,nor tried to asked why 
Cause if I do stare death in the eye 
I will smile knowing that my life was a successful 
ride. 

                         BLESSING 
This is dedicated to my Grandmother. 


Poem Details | by Andrew Weeden |
Categories: death, loss, student,

Pride in the City

Over an insult, I learned man will kill. 
The man's hurt ego speaks in his thoughts, 
Pride will do anything to have its will. 

On that day peace ceased in the city street; 
A shot rang out to seek tender flesh, 
Innocent blood was spilled on the concrete. 

An instrument of death not meant for you; 
Seventeen years, a sheep among wolves, 
Over pride your life was taken from you. 

In your memory, everyday we pray, 
For the A student walking from school, 
Who will not live to see another day. 

R.I.P STM 
 

Poem Details | by Christopher Pitts |
Categories: addiction, analogy, bereavement, betrayal, death, drink, emotions, feelings, food, judgement, pride,

The Beast

Lying here, I am eaten
The beast takes its last bite
On a cold and dreary evening 
I begin to recount my life

Sliding past his teeth, I weep
Remembering all my strife
Trying to climb, with arms so weak
My pains increase and subside

Slipping past his tongue, I'm hung
Reaching one last time
My eyes close tight, when terrors sung
With a beastly sort of pride

Falling down his throat, I'm choked
My breath taken from inside
While hearing every ghastly note
The beast sings and cries

Past his lungs, all hope is gone
So hard I thought i tried
Into it's gut I'm finally done
Inside the beast I died

Poem Details | by cachline etienne |
Categories: pride,

Death by Pride

A deadly sin 
A steady win 
Pride is a poison that makes one blind 
And is often a burden to carry on a climb 
It kills, destroys and may often leave one unemployed 
Pride, so many lives it has destroyed

Poem Details | by Chris Garcia |
Categories: betrayal, change, corruption, dark, farewell, first love, future, girl, girlfriend, hope, i love you, loneliness, lonely, loss, lost, poetry, pride, rose, sad love, suicide, sympathy, woman,

Shade of pink

The flowers are some shade of pink, 
I couldn't really grasp the exact color because I was in a rush to get them to you,
I didn't want that color,
I wanted the color blue,
Because I really don’t love you,
Like that, 
I see you as a person I can talk to you,
Not a person that I can lay next to,
I want to break up with you,
I don’t have the courage to so,That’s why now,
I’m sitting next to you and your pink flowers,
Wishing that I have powers, 
To change myself to someone that is not a coward.

Poem Details | by Liva Evita Nagle |
Categories: addiction, autumn, change, grief, pride, time, youth,

Fast Mind In A Dim Room

The room is empty but for shadows
My mirror is reflecting the setting sun
See clearly
How flowers shrink
And the spark is leaving

Targets are in reach
But the mind runs slow
Everything is achieved
And now my skills decay

But the sight is widening
And details appearing
Senses awakening
Even though
The bright is paling

Poem Details | by Don Schaeffer |
Categories: death, heaven, pride, vanity,

Honors



I get up on the stage
do my act.
The rest is 
up to the audience.

When I die
I will face the Judge
salute and say the lines
Don Schaeffer reporting as ordered
Sir. The General will turn
in an abbreviated answer to my salute
and dismiss me.

Poem Details | by Farshid Rezaee Araghi |
Categories: hope, inspirational, life, loss,

Towers of Pride (In memory of 9/11)

Two towers stood
Proud and resolute
Symbols of power
Symbols of hope
Men drunk with hate
Men despising freedom
Men devoid of hearts
Minds void of reason
Thought it brave to kill thousands
Crush towers and hurt mothers
They did not know
Hope is not in buildings
It is in a child’s eye
Pride is not in towers
It is in a marine’s mother’s heart
Power is not in terror
It is in a soldier’s sacrifice
Love is not in blocks
It is floating in every vein
Of freedom-loving men

As long as America stands people will look
At the resurrection of New York City
And they will say:
“Here Buildings fell
Here a Nation rose”





Poem Details | by Levi Krebs |
Categories: death, life, lonely, metaphor, pride, thanks,

Higher

The mighty Oak,Shoots towards the sky, 
reaching high with out stretching arms. 
Stunted only by heritage, broad shoulders
carry any burden. Slow and low lights burn 
the longest. Resended only by limitations, withered, 
shown in rings, long proud roots. Out lived mortals 
three times over. Worth ten of the nearest, truly a fine 
Specimen. Envy green are his tassels, an off color of 
greed are his views,Tall and Proud. His span far out 
reaching others.Thought by some to live forever. 
However His time, like Achilles, must eventually 
meet that final curtain, gone further, lived on 
only by name, while ruins waste away. 
Good bye, Old Topp!

Poem Details | by Trevor McLeod |
Categories: bereavement, character, devotion, pride, tribute, truth,

Icon

Thin thistle Sally as tall as bread.
Spirit and charm her senses.
Black silky hair covers her head
as light coming off her suspense's.

A pin of a woman on top her feet
defying to ever be knocked.
A curse to that culprit who ever would.
A punishment them to be docked.

Her body dared leaning into the wind.
A soul bent with vengeance for right.
A pride left for offspring and all who follow.
An icon for which you would fight.

Poem Details | by Jaquay Atkins |
Categories: betrayal, grief, humanity, hurt, pride, world,

Puppet Master

Once tricked, always the puppet 
The strings are invisible to many 
Somehow, you feel the tension of each rope
Constant tugging and pulling 
Marks left from overuse and abuse 
Doing what you must, not what you want 

Poem Details | by Andrei Manzon |
Categories: depression, fear, grief, lost, pride, sin, sorrow,

I'm a Fraud

My life now is at rock bottom,
Burning to the ground like Sodom, 
My pride alone tore me apart, 
Kept me blinded from the start.

I'm a failure and a fraud, 
I'm just a poor pathetic sod, 
Depression's nearer than ever, 
I just have to be meeker.

All my life I thought I had wings
To get me above all pesky things, 
But it was all my imagination, 
As I have already jumped before realization.

Poem Details | by Mark Paul van der Merwe |
Categories: grief, loss, pain, pride, sorrow, war,

In memory of 9 11

A Nations Towering Pride;
Reduced to Memories of Sorrow and Pain.

09/12/2016
Verse - Quote
Contest -  One Quote
Sponsor - Rick Parise

Poem Details | by Christian Fuller |
Categories: death, discrimination, heaven, humanity, love, pride, religion,

Do Gays Go To Hell

Early 12th day
Into the month after may
50 people were killed
Because they were gay
I sit here with tears in my eyes
Sitting, thinking
And to my suprise
A thought came to my head
But I don't know why
I thought to my self
About the book on my shelf
The oh so holy bible
And the religions deciples
What do they think
Are they happy to hear of this news
Are they glad that there gay
And that they were blown away
They say bullshit sells
Is that why they think gays go to hell?

Poem Details | by Rose Lilly |
Categories: appreciation, color, grief, pride, truth,

The Thread

The thread 

Thread threaded.  
Undo able.  Embedded.  
Took red blue yellow  
Why didn't I use green purple orange? 
It's  too late I can't  replace the range. 

Now we're  stuck ,
Undo able thread there you are. 
Maybe a pattern I could have knit 
But it's  threaded I can't Undo it.

It's a nice thread.. 
But I could have knit a little more neat.

Now I run out of thread 
I need to accept the way it's made. 
I'll start a new but this exists
But I'll lay it on my bed so I feel blessed.

Poem Details | by Evan Wilcox |
Categories: betrayal, death, pride, stars,

You

So vain
Time laughs at you.
So small
Stars clap for you.
So important
No we've never seen.
So esteemed
How good for you.
So full of pride
Ground welcomes you.
So glorified
One to your two.
So bastardized 
Time turned on you.
So finalized
Flame burns for you.

Poem Details | by Chime Justice Ndubuisi |
Categories: childhood, death, dream, environment, imagery, pride, sun,

Five Afriku

1.
A bird on anthill
A little boy
A stone on the ground

2.
Prideful, I couldn't ask
For her name and phone number
Now she's gone, I'm regretting.

3.
In your dream
A python is chasing you,
You couldn't lift your leg?

4.
In your dream
You are falling, suddenly
You grow wings and flies away?

5.
The sun
Rising and laughing disdainfully
Forgets that somewhere dawn's waiting.

Poem Details | by Sandison Jumbo |
Categories: death, pride,

Dr Walter Frieze

Dr. Walter Frieze Here, arrogant Dr. Walter Frieze Who in idle boast, cured every disease; From illness, could never go blue Lies cold, felled by common flu! Sept. 16, 2018

Poem Details | by debra moss |
Categories: children, life, loss, love, nature, sad, sympathy,

OUT OF LOVE AND PRIDE

FOR MY SON PAUL,WHO PASSED AWAY.
AND HIS TWIN BROTHER PETER
THE BIRTDAY GIFT
BOUGHT WITH PRIDE FOR TWO BROTHERS
SIDE BY SIDE
IT'S NOW GIVEN,
WITH A HEAVY HEART,
AS ONE TWIN BROTHER
THIS LIFE DID PART,
THIS WORLD WAS BLESSED WITH PETER AND PAUL
A PAIR OF TWINS WITH SMILES FOR ALL
THE STARS ABOVE
THAT SHINE FOR ALL
NOW SHINE BRIGHTER
THEY ARE BLESSED WITH PAUL
YOU ARE LOVED BY ALL
AND MISS BY ALL
WE LOVE THESE TWIN AS 
BROTHERS SIDE BY SIDE
BY THE MOTHER WHO LOSE HER SON
SHE IS IN PAIN