Poems about lives


№ 1209252

Seperate Lives Unite

I want you here
I want you now
And that makes me feel

lives,  seperate,  unite.

Author: Victoria Jennings
Date: 06/04/2020

№ 1206543

We Took Lives (Including Our Own)

We busted down doors
& surrounded people,
Lined 'em up against the wall
& interrogated a few, too.

We'd hide in strange places,
Set up L-shaped surprises
In the night
To light them up
& fight off the sand man, too.

I knew two
Stone cold killers.
They rotated back here
& walked amongst us,
Both committed suicide.

including,  lives.

Author: Jonny Angel
Date: 03/04/2020

№ 1202771

Restarting Our Lives

My heart drops deep down in my stomach
I hear the news and I collapse
The damage is done and there's no turning back
But now our lives are on the right track
We embark on a new journey and restart our lives
All things so precious went right before our eyes
We build a new staircase and walk to the top
We all have eachother so nothing much was lost.


Author: Ashly Kocher
Date: 31/03/2020

№ 1198745

Come Back To Where Love Lives.

You wanted your freedom to go and explore.
I didn't stop you.
I assisted you out the door.
In hopes that you would find your personal joy.

Through hear say.
I hear you not enjoying your life.
Many things you wanted just isn't going right.

So, I'm inviting you.
To come back where love lives.
It's still caring.
It's still unselfish.
And it still in love with you.

Things isn't as green as it seems.
It more true within our dreams.
And I think you now realizing that.
So come back to where love lives.

It's more truer.
It's more real.
And still reserved for you.

lives,  love.

Author: jeffrey conyers
Date: 27/03/2020

№ 1196914

All True Stories Began with Real Lives

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A winding trail gradually tapered off into the woods
Where the trees bit the hazy Autumn dusk
Branches protruding upwards
Like the crooked teeth
Of an aged jackal.

Fragile creatures
The likes of birds and small rodents
Dart into the dark confines of the daunting forest.

Like the fleeting wisps of dry, rolling leaves they flee
Hoping to find shelter beneath the massive expanse
Of huddled, wilted trees.

Just in time before the weight of the setting sun
Could fall upon their tiny heads
To extinguish the tiny capsule of air
From their little lungs
In the same way
The last flickering silvery and golden webs of light
Were extinguished from the sky
Giving an amiguity to where the horizon ended and
The Heavans began.

began,  lives,  real,  stories,  true.

Author: Brandon C Williams
Date: 26/03/2020

№ 1195908

The lie that lives in school

We've been decieved
To worship a Trojan horse
Thinking it is all that matters
The brainy relationship so to say
Between sits and desks
Against an innovative innocent board
Trolling Man's Allegation against ignorance
Depends on statistical ratios
That Trojan horse I refuse to worship
Her name “Cumulative Grade Point Average

lie,  lives,  school.

Author: Kuvar
Date: 25/03/2020

№ 1194195

Holocaust, still lives - minimal poems



holocaust,  lives,  minimal,  poems.

Author: Martin Mikelberg
Date: 23/03/2020

№ 1193620

She Lives in Colors

Red is the color she blushes when I tell her how genuinely adorable her laugh is.
Yellow is the color of the sun that enhances her angelic personality.
Green is the color of the grass that sways beneath her feet, graced by each footstep.
Blue is the color of sadness, almost palpable, when she can't find the right words to say.
White is the color of everything beautiful that circles her soul.
Brown is the color of her coffee eyes, warming me like no other could possibly do.
Black is the color, absent of her cruelty, as she has none to fool me.
Oh, she lives in colors.

colors,  lives.

Author: J Hamersly
Date: 23/03/2020