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85 poems tagged HAPPY

»Making music together«

by Bartho Geldenhuys, May 11, 2021

I have fallen in love, I said / that I have managed to lose my heart / that I found someone to wake up with / where I can hold her and time stand still / / what makes her so different - the question is / different is the first answer - that she is / our souls meet, we reach out to each other / we make…  sign in to read more »

»A must... but without you, Is just dust.«

by Mphela Audrey, Apr 28, 2021

As soon as everything was approved / We packed our things and moved / We have not gone far / This note is to let you know where we are / We would be honored to have the pleasure / Of your company at our new treasure / / This treasure gets suddenly cold without a warning / Is that not a call for a…  sign in to read more »

»Happy Birthday to dearest love one«

by Jahangir Kashif, Feb 15, 2021

Today is the day when an angel was born. / You, the most precious child of this era. / The person who was so pure and beautiful. / The day you born, known for the day of love ones. / Happy birthday dear. / With your shine and God blessings. / This day and ever after will be fullfiled with happiness for…  sign in to read more »

»Missing You Always«

by Casey Allin, Mar 14, 2019

I miss you / everyday / I know that you never / wanted to go away a nan in a million / and nan as bright as a rose tree / you were always there for me / you were the lady / that kept us together / for many years / a woman so precious / who meant the world too all of us / a woman so kind and trusted…  sign in to read more »

»You are beautiful«

by Albara Almerf, Dec 20, 2018

Roses are red, / Violets are blue, / Love is strong, / And so are you. / / Relationships dies, / Leaving behind gloomy goodbyes, / Mud is brown, / And so are your eyes. / / Souls are dark, / Bright ones are rare, / A shadow is black, / And so is your hair. / / Roses are pretty, / Sharks are killer, / And so is…  sign in to read more »

»The gate to new years«

by Hind Boujghagh, Dec 23, 2017

Cold weather, c…  sign in to read more »

»When I am not«

by Hind Boujghagh, Dec 11, 2017

In peaceful states of being, / Simplicity is all mind can reach, / No speech,…  sign in to read more »

»Love for you«

by Michael Mujera, Oct 5, 2017

This love is from me to you. / This love for you is true. / You walked into my life and brought me hope. / Slowly I trusted and learned to cope. / / You opened the doors of my heart and eased in / Now my love has a purpose and a reason. / You are the fairy in my tale. / The reason to each breath I inhale…  sign in to read more »

»Is it a bird? Is it an obsession?«

by Thandeka Bathandwa Mavundla, Oct 2, 2016

As I trudged along, / I see a bird, high up in the sky, / It's quiet big, I'm intrigued, I stop! / I hear a sound, the sounds gets louder! / It must be a bigger bird! An eagle maybe! / I'm mistaken! What could that be? I ponder... / The sounder gets louder and more powerful, / An engine? Maybe? I wonder…  sign in to read more »

»Make the Best of Today«

by Bo Lanier, Jul 18, 2016

Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring / Could be sunshine, could be rain / Could be pleasure, could be pain / But you got to have faith over fear / Even in your darkest hours and / Drowning in your own tears, keep the / Faith, faith over fear and / MAKE THE BEST OF TODAY before / It slips away, like the…  sign in to read more »

»A New Dawn«

by Williamsji Maveli, Jun 6, 2016

A new day dawns with a bouquet of dew, / / Wet soil, dark trees, green leaf garden view, / / Under a fading star, half dressed, my love, / / Idling on a thick white cloud fantasy above, / / In tranquility, down the dripping light rain, / / Revelation of a despair love always in pain, / / Years, years…  sign in to read more »

»You're My Hero«

by Bo Lanier, Apr 29, 2016

Well and you are one of a kind / There's no one in the world like you / I know 'cuz you lift me up so high / When I'm, down so low... / That's why you're My Hero and I / Know I ain't got nothing to fear / When you are around 'cuz / Not even the Lone Ranger has / Nothing on you and not even / Superman can do…  sign in to read more »

»Falling In Lover All Over Again«

by Abdul Milazi, Mar 29, 2016

I drank from ancient rivers as old as time / But never so sweet as the nectar of her smile / / She was just a girl named Jazz / Her beauty I could not capture in words / / Her eyes spoke truth / She said her real name was Ruth / / She cried a melancholic tune / Serenading the intoxicated moon / / Night…  sign in to read more »

»One Rose«

by Bo Lanier, Mar 8, 2016

One heart so full of love / One sky so pretty from / Sunrise to sunset, one / Moon sometimes silver / Sometimes red, sometimes / Gold, one voice singing / I love you whether or not / You love me yet... / Oh ONE RAISED, one red / Ribbon card, one love / That will live forever in / My heart oh ONE ROSE, / ONE…  sign in to read more »

»His Loss«

by Bo Lanier, Feb 7, 2016

Darlin' why do you still want him / After all he's put you through... / Well I say to had it with him, you / Don't need his kind no, you need / Someone who is true blue to you! / So don't cry one more tear over him / It's His Loss...look at me honey / I'm trying to tell you something long / Overdue, I have…  sign in to read more »

»Me and I«

by Helen Botha, Dec 21, 2015

Droplets of water falling, / gentle, softly / over my whole body / soaking me to my toes. / Standing there with empty mind, / and a very big smile, / hmmm, / I have not done this in a while. / Taking time, any time / some time, my time, / How wonderful it seems, / for just this very moment / lost in my non…  sign in to read more »

»Angel Surround Me«

by Bo Lanier, Nov 9, 2015

Oh Angel surround me and / Keep me sane in such an insane world as today. / Help me to be brave when I am frightened and afraid. / Oh Angel surround me in your strong, strong wings now and always! / Never let me go so wrong that you don't want to know me anymore, / Guard my tongue from speaking any…  sign in to read more »

»Kid and life«

by Milad Khk, Sep 17, 2015

I was a little kid. / A kid was full of need. / A need was full of heed. / A heed was full of beet. / A pure feel, a healthy mind. / A little keen, a wealthy rhymed, / there was not money in my little hand. / there was not funny out of land. / A little land, out of other hand. / A little land, found by no…  sign in to read more »

»When love makes sense«

by Abongile Gwele, Aug 14, 2015

The air looks like that song that stays on your fingers and makes hearts smile / Your favourite song tastes like a medley of ice-creamcream, pop-corn and marshmallows all dipped in rich darks chocolate / Food sounds like the orchestra of toes in socks strutting their way on wooden floors / Each breath…  sign in to read more »

»Mindless Me«

by Uddalak Banerjee, Jan 27, 2015

I love to eat, I love to drink, / I love to sleep, I love to dream, / The more I think or so it seems, / There are no end to my love it seems. / / I have always thought, at times a lot, / but then again I soon forgot, / For me a life never quite ends with a dot, / For it soon changes like a wild moth.…  sign in to read more »

»Power of words«

by Shylet Noma Clint Mncube, Nov 6, 2014

When I was but a young girl I just loved opposites, then I didn't know they attract. / Defying the odds and always being the odd one out, now I only find out it's what they call gender. / Female, feminine, phenomenal are words I started understanding when I became a young woman. / Pubic, puberty is not…  sign in to read more »

»My World, My Music«

by Anonymous, Aug 22, 2014

Singing along to the blissful melody of jazz rebels / as I inhale red paint from the dripping wet brush of employment, / the eye of heaven looks down on me / sizzling on a winter afternoon barefoot in contempt. / / Alone in my world / I would sneak a dance or two before / the shades of darkness are drawn…  sign in to read more »

»South Africa«

by Kgomotso J Kgopa, Jun 20, 2014

Beat the drum / Sounds of the Djembe drum / Sounds the call to come together / / Summoning the elders, / Guardians of the great Africa / South Africa / My land / My place of birth / / Summoning the great, the small / The BLACK, the WHITE, the GREEN, the BLUE, the RED and the YELLOW / The interweaved colours…  sign in to read more »

»Blind love«

by Maureen Direro, May 2, 2014

I walk on this lonely path, / without appeal, / without relief... / I see in front my eyes... / My eyes are blind, / I'm without sight... / / But I need your tender touch, / the greatest light, / my sight can see... / I need your lips in my, / The greatest thing I can believe... / / I lost a part of me, / When…  sign in to read more »

»Soul Light«

by Natachja De Weber, Feb 28, 2014

They say that every woman wants a man that makes her smile; / But baby, you make me laugh and laugh and laugh until I cry. / At first I thought that this was nothing but romantic bliss, / But now I realise; / You bring me happiness. / / Soul light. / He's lighting up the dark, / and using just my smile…  sign in to read more »

»Who is this woman ? AKA She is in me!«

by Shylet Noma Clint Mncube, Mar 1, 2013

She's confident, she confides. / Her skin is black and it aint going to crack. / Her body is not of an hour glass but she has class. / She is bald but that doesn't stop her from being bold. / Is that her face and I thought I was blinded by the sun. / She walks the talk and when she talks you can't help…  sign in to read more »

»To my future Queen«

by Kgomotso J Kgopa, Jan 21, 2013

Time and distances / The only disturbances / Keeping me away from you my love / Hence I am tense as I am writing this and pouring my heart trying to free it like a dove / My ultimate gift from above / Without you my heart aches and my days turn blue / I can't wait to hold you / Nevertheless lay my eyes as…  sign in to read more »


by Leo Long, Jan 18, 2013

I swung wide my shutters this morning at dawn, / To witness the beauty as another day was born, / Too early I'd risen for the dark of night yet hung there, / Her eyes still sparkeled and indigo graced her hair. / / Slowly as her cheeks flushed with rose / And periwinkle adorned her face at night's close…  sign in to read more »


by Kgomotso J Kgopa, Jan 18, 2013

"Happiness", an understatement / Just no words to precisely express my sentiment / Words at large simply fail me / / Forward the "tic tacks" of time / Hearing your name at play to my ears awakens the senses I never knew I had / You are my music / Rhythms play / Spasms my heart gets / Beats it skips / Trips…  sign in to read more »

»My Mother«

by Darlyne J, Jan 15, 2013

Oh God has blessed me with such a wonderful mother like You / You can never be replaced and I thank you for all You do / There are not enough ways to show You my appreciation / For as we grow older to one day reach our heavenly destination / I do not only give thanks to you on this day / But I will…  sign in to read more »

»When The Rain Falls«

by Tayyeba Irum, Oct 19, 2012

when the rain pours down from the sky / it's so beautiiful it all seems a lie / / when it drops on my face / it seems like the drops are in some kind of a race / / they taste so sweet / it's like a yummy treat / / one by one they come down / they form together like a silver crown / / they are so beautiful…  sign in to read more »

»Letter to her«

by Sakhile Koaho, Oct 8, 2012

Firstly I love you more today / than I ever did in my life before / / You have intensified all colors / heightened all beauty / deepened all delight of being with you / / The thought of seeing you / and being around you / touch of your nose with mine / to recapture the electric current / the blood rush / oh…  sign in to read more »

»Eloquent silence«

by Uddalak Banerjee, Sep 13, 2012

The blind man saw, / and confessed to law, / that it was the limbless who draw, / bringing anarchy to law. / / Which…  sign in to read more »

»My heart speaks (Missing you, my love)«

by Maureen Direro, Aug 22, 2012

My heart speaks... / My heart longs for you, / yet, you are not there... / My heart cries, / It cries day and night for you... / Where have you gone to? / I feel so lonely even my joy is my sadness... / I try to love outside the restriction of you... / For I felt that you were my asymptote... / I remember…  sign in to read more »

»Hey Woman«

by Shylet Noma Clint Mncube, Aug 20, 2012

Hey woman, wonderfully and fearfully made. / A flower that blossoms in all seasons, areas and atmospheres. / / Your scent gives breath of fresh air / Your presence brightens the day / / Woman your range and brand does not end / uprooted and planted elsewhere it does not change you, it makes you even…  sign in to read more »

»For these are the dancing games we play«

by Maureen Direro, Aug 2, 2012

And then you waltz into my life, / hoping that you would do that quick step with me. / then you did the tango for five of years, / now you are doing the tap dance with someone else, / doesn't matter, / 'cause all you really want the lap dance, / which will make it short-term, / last night I pulled out a…  sign in to read more »

»Living gloriously without purpose«

by Bruce Gorton, May 3, 2012

The cartoon speaks of some great destiny / And the priest calls for his eternity / That desperate scramble time feared / To survival they say we are geared / And yet I do not feel that strange yearning / For that purpose they spend life burning / / The sun falls in red tea skies / Darkness falls over our…  sign in to read more »

»Love finally knocked on my door«

by Moipone Tsoka, Mar 23, 2012

Love finally knocked on my door / the day you declared your love for me / everything in me shifted to create space for you / / The darkness faded in to the light you brought into my life / sadness melted upon your smile and happiness invaded my soul / / Love finally knocked on my door / the moment you…  sign in to read more »

»Afridi Is king«

by Rabi Ul Islam, Mar 8, 2012

He holds his bat with all his might, / The bowlers bowl with full of fright. / He is the man, he is the king, / He smashes every ball out of the ring. / / Once he entered the pitch by chance, / And changed the game in a single glance. / He is the man depended on hard times, / For he is the king of all the…  sign in to read more »

»Slip of Fingers!«

by Nasnin Nasser, Nov 2, 2011

I live in my fingers / The fingers which deck my haughty eyes / The fingers which tickle my ears, / With the turning of the forbidden keys / I dart out to the forbidden space / To be ravished and chiseled by the rain / My anklets unquiet / Drenched and dripped / With the pattering piercing downfall / When…  sign in to read more »

»Words of lost poems«

by Jesse Kaler, Oct 17, 2011

The numbers, letters, symbols, and songs / of lost poems put into a never ending brew / of cast aside thoughts, / loves, hates, fears, / and joys emotions sought out by many / but found by few / times many mothers / put into simple verses / and left in the mind / of the poets chaos, / that he endures / within…  sign in to read more »

»Green eyes«

by Fortunate-Hero Lekgetho, Oct 14, 2011

Just came today / to say I'm just a man / so many flaws within me / and yet the world knows / that my compass could / only carry me so far / and through all my travels / both good and bad / I have never seen a love / just like yours / and through all my sailing across / the seas / and of all the fishes I have…  sign in to read more »

»Mystic dialogue«

by Constantinos Grigoriadis, Sep 29, 2011

There are some dreams that you don't see during the night / You can just imagine. / There are some words that you don't hear / You feel these if you look somebody in the eyes. / There are some loves that you don't get with a kiss or a hug / You can touch these with your soul. / / If you can see what…  sign in to read more »

»The usual meeting«

by Zandile Mboneni, Aug 4, 2011

Corner café, table for three. / Waiter, please get me some wine! / I loosen the straps of my sandals, / as I heavily sit, banging my knee on the corner of the damn table. / Hey gals, what's up! / I get back a mournful greeting / and a grunt from the other. / Okay, I say as I greedily eye the waiter…  sign in to read more »

»The Discovery of Magic«

by Paul Gerard Day, Jul 19, 2011

Light the sparklers / Twirl them round / Watch the sparkles flicker / Listen to the sound / / Pop the poppers / Hold them high / Listen to the happy pop / Watch the streamers fly / / This is party magic / Made for girls and boys / Soak it up and love it / Unwrap birthday toys / / Listen to the giggling / Of…  sign in to read more »


by Rathnashikamani Bijja, Jun 21, 2011

You sing as if from the distant skies; / I take wings as my heart…  sign in to read more »

»In many places«

by Bruce Gorton, May 18, 2011

I find peace in many places / In the sunbird's quick flittering / Wings amongst red bells glittering / In the field of blowing gold grass / Shimmering as clouds above pass / I find peace in these spaces / / But you come with your theology / You proclaim this but biology / And with this you make war / On the…  sign in to read more »

»My world«

by Fortunate-Hero Lekgetho, Mar 23, 2011

The day has passed us still / and still I failed to say / in all the flowers I have seen / and all the places I have / travelled still / none takes my attention like / you do / / The day has passed us still / between the sun and the moon / I still need to declare / you the greatest of them all / but should…  sign in to read more »

»Friday (rats can tell a story)«

by Fortunate-Hero Lekgetho, Mar 2, 2011

my friday reminds me / my december reminds me / of all the days I almost / told you / / but somehow I forgot / some promises I made / but still if you dance / please do / but when you dance in the / rain / and all the spectators wonder about / please don't forget / that my friday reminds me / of all the kisses…  sign in to read more »

»Bug food«

by Richard Hexem, Jan 20, 2011

Before I become bug food, / I plan to eat / as many bugs as I can. / / Not the best plan, / but I do what I can. / / I think I'm molting. / / Breakfast will be / a few ant…  sign in to read more »

»Cookie cutter«

by Richard Hexem, Jan 20, 2011

The cookie cutter / cut a cookie / the cookie cutter / could not cut. / / I've been cutting back / on all the other stuff / I could never cut out. / / Now, I just cut it all out, / and count the pieces / as the pieces fall; / should the pieces / fall at all. / / It's easier in the daylight, / but more fun in…  sign in to read more »

»The Search Goes On«

by Shuaib Yunus Soni, Dec 20, 2010

"What is happiness? Is it something you can find?" / Why are we all to that answer so blind? / Happiness is not bought of some shelf, / Go, search eternity, prove it yourself. / / We crave it so much, but do we know what it is? / Our hopes are crashed by broken promises. / We think of it as a life without…  sign in to read more »

»Grown Ups«

by Zithelo Mnguni, Dec 3, 2010

I yearn, I yearn for the days when we played / When we would never think of going to bed before we prayed / The only stress being a worry over a lost toy, but never lost hope because / Daddy would buy me another one and here is another one / Another one of those poems that makes you yearn / Yearn for the…  sign in to read more »


by Karabo Matthews Ndlovu, Dec 2, 2010

when days are dark and friends are few, / isolated, not knowing what to do, / nothing seems certain but you're left in doubt, / and scuicide seems like the only way out. / / do not pretend as if you're gay, / just bow down and begin to pray, / for He is able to set you free, / all solutions He'll make you…  sign in to read more »

»Falling Long Distance«

by Edward Iacona, Nov 9, 2010

Somewhere in New Mexico / There are radio telescopes / They scan the heaven 24/7 / With extra terrestrial hopes. / / I can't search the universe / But I have wished upon a star. / I would like someone on earth to love / Another world is much too far. / / Finding someone has truly changed, / From the days of…  sign in to read more »

»Culture Shock«

by Edward Iacona, Oct 8, 2010

Surprise! There's a new love interest! / She stole my heart but there's some Angina. / Like many things found here in the states / My special lady was also made in China. / / In learning about each other there's / The "getting to know you" game. / And, it is quite apparent that / Our backgrounds are not…  sign in to read more »

»If the music could keep on playing«

by Sibusiso Blessing Ntsaluba, Oct 8, 2010

If the music could keep on playing, sweet are the sounds and / Bells of the song that is filled with a sensational rhythm. / Jazz it is but not as lazy as it sounds, as it fills an innocent soul with hope for a better life. / / Sweet is the sound of the music as it puts me in a station where fantasy…  sign in to read more »

»I fell in love«

by Elias Wessie, Oct 1, 2010

Kisses and cares I enjoyed, / The love of infatuation and infertility, / Sweet surrendering words employed, / The child of nature beheld serenity. / The sweetest game of innocence, / Cheesecake compliments of adoration, / My salad days had no conscience, / I swooned, swayed with admiration, / The moon rose…  sign in to read more »

»Just kidding«

by Edward Iacona, Sep 9, 2010

The amount of children a family has / Brings an historical fascination. / From the 1700's to the present day / Regardless of the nation. / / Judging from all the coverage, / On TV and in magazines, / Having many children now, / Is still odd, or so it seems. / / There are interviews and reality shows, / They…  sign in to read more »

»In service of each other«

by Anesa Dindar, Aug 11, 2010

If love is doing, / If love is action, / If love is hard work, / Then you and I / Are in service of each other. / / You and I / Working side by side, / Serve each other, / Support each other, / Stand by each other. / / If love is action, / It is this action that keeps love alive. / You and I, / In service of…  sign in to read more »


by Ryan Gordon Penn, Jul 26, 2010

Desire runs through me energising every cell in my body / Longing to hold you again feel you close next to me / Hand in hand we shall face what this world has in store / Deeply loved deeply cherished, Finding the one for sure, / Oh how natural it has happened / Interested, Fulfilled and relentlessly…  sign in to read more »

»Euphoric Embezzlement«

by Kay Wikajovich, Jun 25, 2010

I learn to fall in love with myself again / and have candle light dates with my shadow... / Converse with my cerebral cortex and hope that the sound echoes off the walls like a bat / And like this creature, I will find my way in the dark / when I am unable to see by listening to my instincts / / I feel…  sign in to read more »

»Lingering Rendezvous«

by Kay Wikajovich, Jun 25, 2010

...And still I want you / and not just a bit of you / all of you / / mind / body / soul / / ...and still you captivate me / and not just a bit of me / all of me / / mind / body / soul / / ...and still / and still / / I hope this lasts a lifetime / and if not so / the rendezvous continues still... / mind, body, soul…  sign in to read more »

»Bafana I wana«

by Kelly Attrill, Jun 22, 2010

You make us proud, I know you will / we will all be loud, at these amazing thrills! / / Bafana I wana say thank you for bringing it home / Now SA doesn't feel so alone... / / We have experienced this hype / of the excitement of life / / Bafana I wana say good luck! / I know you will do your best / I know…  sign in to read more »

»Sea of Morality«

by Kay Wikajovich, Jun 22, 2010

Never a matter of superstition / Nor a matter of dillusion / / As these salt hit the ground / May it cleanse my soul from your turmoil / / Wash away / Like the tides of the current / / Sync my rhythm to the moon / Never to be swayed by you / But to be guided by the wind / / Euthanasia / In every depth lies…  sign in to read more »

»The Age of Colour: "Companionism"«

by Taahir Chagan, Apr 7, 2010

a non-believer at first / as a result of a dark age / it was a lonely existence / a dark existence / / I could not understand / having someone / not as a means to an end / but just to have someone / / until one day a colourful enlightenment / came my way / she appeared out of nowhere / I am now a believer…  sign in to read more »

»goodbye heartache...«

by Beaulah Bernice Boois, Apr 1, 2010

Claiming a better today tomorrow / Saying goodbye to all past sorrows / Goodbye heartache, such a big mistake / No more will this heart cry lakes / In search of a better tomorrow today / Looking forward to brighter days and sunrays / I see a better me, dear misery / The way you entered my life is still a…  sign in to read more »

»Today I woke up«

by Rofhiwa Netshiavha, Mar 26, 2010

Today I woke up with a smile on my face, / Unexplainable joy I feel inside, / Today I woke up a woman of strength. / Today I woke up with determination, / To strive for perfection; / To do better than yesterday. / / Today I woke up with keenness, / To give as much love to the needy, / And add more love to…  sign in to read more »


by Beaulah Bernice Boois, Mar 5, 2010

True happiness, true bliss / An extravagance I cannot miss / Love me tender, love me right / Keep me forever in you…  sign in to read more »

»The American Soldier«

by Shawn Coll, Feb 17, 2010

We will always fight / For what is right / To death we will always be true / To make a safe haven for you / / We shall never fall / In sight of enemies we stand tall / No matter what the consequence / We will never accept defeat / / We shall never fall / Even when we're against a wall / Our best you will…  sign in to read more »

»A comfortable life...«

by Anesa Dindar, Feb 12, 2010

A comfortable life ... / / like comfortable shoes chosen not for the thrill of wearing but for ease and convenience. / / Single lady seeking anything but a comfortable life - for the security and contentment of comfort is merely adequate but certainly not sufficient. / / So, she courageously sheds the…  sign in to read more »

»Garden Party«

by Edward Iacona, Feb 12, 2010

I know that names of products / May often be ostentatious / But I never thought that packs of seeds / Could also be so salacious. / / Varieties mentioned here are real / And this is what I think... / Many gardeners and farmers / Must enjoy an earthy wink... / / To make my point I'll put these names / In…  sign in to read more »

»What's that thing you do?«

by Adnasis Egnahs, Jan 7, 2010

I blush, turn pink and light purple, I toss and turn and turn at night, I smile and I laugh for no reason... I have secret thoughts and daydreams, I am high... / / Oh, what an emotion again, that you invoke in my inner being, that cringe that you awaken in my inner womanly loins... Describe thy…  sign in to read more »

»Putting A Thought Out There«

by Edward Iacona, Nov 30, 2009

Putting pen to paper makes / Inner voices very clear. / Of a desire no longer secret / For the cosmos (plus one) to hear. / / Positive thoughts are focused, / Projected strong and true. / Encouraged within my spirit, / By the joy of knowing YOU. / / Some logic here for you to see, / Although…  sign in to read more »


by Ashok Kumar Madhunlall, Nov 19, 2009

Their hands are clasped, / Smiling - for the gift of time / Has been granted to them. / She is dressed in a snow white sari, / He in an equally hued kurtha. / Into the temple they gingerly enter / And their daily obeisance / To The Lord offer. / They emerge - still holding hands, / Smiling, greeting, just…  sign in to read more »

»Another bet«

by Filiberto Rodriguez, Nov 6, 2009

How deep do you want me to go? / All the time you're talking about this other friend / coveting your things for $50.00. / For what it's worth, you might as well hand it over. / You are not thinking straight. / I gave you a good deal and it's not the deal! / You're actually thinking twice to make another…  sign in to read more »


by Vivekanand Jayasankar, Oct 14, 2009

I believe the sunshine will never let us down this time / I believe we had cherished all our time together / I believe my heart is all set out for new memories / I believe my watch wants to count only the happy moments / / I can feel when we are together I can beat all the blues around me / I can feel I'…  sign in to read more »

»something about the first rose«

by Casey Samantha Boshoff, Aug 5, 2009

There is something about / A comforting hug and a tissue at a funeral / That brings contentment to a devastated soul / That brings contentment to a plight when sadness, pain and death prevail / / There is something about / The fear of a black thunderstorm / That brings knowledge of the peace to come / That…  sign in to read more »

»Wishing Star«

by Ryan Gordon Penn, Jul 30, 2009

I think I'm falling for her, said a man to a star / It had been two weeks since he wished upon it, / While lying on the bonnet of his car. / / Make her kind, make her lovely, / make her only mine. / Take her heart fill it with love / and send her on a ray of sunshine / / Oh heavenly being, hear my wish…  sign in to read more »


by Christopher Kudyahakudadirwe, Apr 4, 2009

Listen to the sounds of the world; / the clamour during the day, / the muted muffles of the night, / listen to the sounds of the world. / / Listen to hungry children / suckle dry dams on bony breasts. / To the agony of the dying / as they gasp for the last, listen! / / Let there be silence / Oh, just for a…  sign in to read more »

»Finally Home«

by Raine Lariza, Mar 20, 2009

I have seen so many faces / I have been into many places / Different walks of life I have seen / But still confused on what's been missing / / Searching for the empty part that fills my heart / Hoping that one day I will never be apart / Apart from someone I can call "home" / From each sad and happy…  sign in to read more »

»Hand in Hand«

by Raine Lariza, Mar 20, 2009

Sometimes you may feel / Your problems are too much to deal / Sometimes you'll see that the heavy loads are all on you / And you'll say, you're in way too blue / / Try to look up in the sky / Just maybe you can seek some light / Never hesitate to call my name / Always bear in your mind that I am your…  sign in to read more »


by Jayram Daya, Feb 19, 2009

I see the stretching lips / Lining the nose above / I see the rounding cheek / Covering the eyes around / / I see the cheekbones lift / With the skin a little pink / I see the eyebrow…  sign in to read more »


by Marlene Cozett, Jan 26, 2009

Yes I still have some / It's like looking in a mirror so very long ago / When being free, was sitting in a tree / / I get free hugs, free kisses, at every turn / Kisses and hugs without the burn / / Whispering secrets and special stories, / Laughing at mistakes, nothing so serious / / When being silly is…  sign in to read more »


by Mamello Monageng, Nov 3, 2008

I do know that we look at the world differently / even when raised by the same mother / The thing is, it sees us not the same / look not at me in awe when I define to you my world / / The way I see it, it is both pain and happiness- / these are the only things that matters the most. / The two creates the…  sign in to read more »

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