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February 2024 Poetry Contest Semi-Finalists
  • Published: February 7, 2024

February 2024 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

February 2024 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

These poems have been submitted to the January 2024 Poetry Contest. Below this list you will find the semi-finalist poems.



Dates:


  • February 2024 Poetry Contest, Prize $500 Cash!

  • Submission Deadline is February 29th. CLOSED

  • Semi-Finalists Published here March 1 - March 6th.

  • Winner Announced: March 7th

  • The Winning Poem is - TBD




These poems have been submitted to the February 2024 Poetry Contest.




  • Just A Vapor by Jeaninne Stokes

  • A Salute To Survivors Of Life by Doug William Benson

  • Dear New Boob by Rosie Barrett

  • Acularium by Leif W. Eriksen

  • Still Loving You by Susan A Capozzi

  • Tell Me Why by Philip Jorgenson

  • Different by KATHLEEN Thompson

  • My Dearest Cody by Linda Grantham

  • Special Friend by Pauline Faller

  • Sounds by Sue M. Mazzoni

  • Trapped Under Evil's Demise by Jenny N. Frye

  • The Darkness That Surrounds Me by Ralph Quinonez

  • Awakening by Mary Denise Lyons

  • Awaken To Love: Remembering Your Worth by Julie Batchos

  • In Denial by Alex Sarich

  • Save A Kiss by Fairytalefun

  • Time Is A Thief by Johnnyboy

  • Life's Journey With You by Lyndee Champion-Ivey

  • The White Dove by RAMAKRISHNAN

  • I Was Raped by Carissa

  • Angels Of God Are Speaking To Me by Marcia A. Newton

  • Baby Steps by Luann Winkle

  • In Harder Times by James Sadwick

  • It's Hard To Say Goodbye by Caleb Burphy

  • Canyons by Walker R. W

  • It Is Time by Nastacia Linton

  • Hello by Seawolf

  • A Neurodiverse Symphony by Demi

  • Hell Is Other People by Wilbur M. Scouten

  • Monster by AlishaPiggy18

  • How Much Do I Miss You by Kim L. Arruda



The poems below have been selected as semi-finalists for the February 2024 Poetry Contest.


We look for poems that have a clear message, Are heartfelt, Appeal to a wide audience


Our Editors determine the winning poem based on content, but you can let us know your top poems by rating, sharing, adding to your favorites and commenting on your favorite poems.

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January 2024 Poetry Contest Semi-finalists
  • Published: January 5, 2024

January 2024 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

January 2024 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

These poems have been submitted to the January 2024 Poetry Contest. Below this list you will find the semi-finalist poems.





  • January 2024 Poetry Contest, Prize $500 Cash!

  • Submission Deadline is January 31. CLOSED.

  • Semi-Finalists Published here through February 6th CLOSED.

  • Winner Announced: February 7th

  • The Winning Poem is - Falling Deeper by Doug W. Benson. Congradualtions!




These poems have been submitted to the January 2024 Poetry Contest.




  • AWAKEN by Lisa Rosenthal

  • Faith by Clifford B. Summers

  • For You, And Nothing Else, Are My Home. by Hannah

  • Our Dreamland by Hanan E. Abdel Latif Fouad

  • All Of The Sound Of Her Voiceless Shouts by Moira Villamanca

  • MDFIGBNF by John M. Fergerson

  • Your Mother Should Have Named You Apollo 16 by Bruce W. Lider

  • Every Day Is Different. by Alex Sarich

  • Gratitude Ode by Joseph Iacobellis

  • My Father's Love by Muriel Maxis

  • Give! by N8Booker

  • The Pendulum Of Night by Sylvia Stults

  • In Season's Trust by Susan A Capozzi

  • I Finally Met Habit by Doug William Benson

  • Nature's Therapy by Clifford B. Summers

  • Finally Found Her & Became Enough by Audra A. Allensworth Parsons

  • Beyond by David J. Herring

  • Home From The War by Pauline Faller

  • Reflection by Judi Twomey

  • My Place In The Universe by LUANN WINKLE

  • OUR FATHER by Raelene J. Elliss

  • Every Dream Leads Me To You by Marcia A. Newton

  • ECHOES by Lisa Jessie

  • Only For A Season by Eric English

  • Note To Self by Donna Marie

  • DROWNING by Elvis Giles

  • Falling Deeper by Doug William Benson

  • The Street by Christi Van Zyl

  • Scattered Thoughts by Eunice Lucero

  • Chaos by Marie Matheny

  • She Is . . . by Charles J Booker

  • Among The Stars by Ann D. Stevenson

  • The Loss Of Wonder by Sarah E. Dell

  • 2023 Limerick Year-end Review by Don Coyne

  • Sorry, I'm Not Home Anymore by Sara Hollie

  • Life Is Puzzling by Carolyn V. June-Jackson

  • The House by James Dagger

  • STORY-TELLER by TEAH L. KAYNE

  • Lovestruck by Charles J Booker

  • Her Healing Smile by Charles J Booker

  • Steel Tendrils by Charles J Booker

  • Welcome Home by Regina M. Elliott

  • Carpe Diem 7/2008 (2nd Edition) by Lyndee Champion-Ivey

  • Peace Within Our Hearts by Cheryl L. Johnson

  • Betrayal by Cynthia C. Naspinski



The poems below have been selected as semi-finalists for the January 2024 Poetry Contest.


We look for poems that have a clear message, Are heartfelt, Appeal to a wide audience


Our Editors determine the winning poem based on content, but you can let us know your top poems by rating, sharing, adding to your favorites and commenting on your favorite poems.



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December 2023 Poetry Contest Semi-finalists
  • Published: December 6, 2023

December 2023 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

December 2023  Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

These poems have been submitted to the December 2023 Poetry Contest. Below this list you will find the semi-finalist poems.





  • December 2023 Poetry Contest, First Prize $500 Cash!

  • Submission Deadline is December 31. CLOSED.

  • Semi-Finalists Published here through January 6th CLOSED.

  • Winner Announced: January 7th

  • The Winning Poem is - "Concrete Angel" by Jack Elliott Jr. Congratulations!






These poems have been submitted to the December 2023 Poetry Contest.






  • Pretend by Julie Wichterman

  • I Am A Victim by Rhonda G. Hitch

  • The Upshot Of Your Experiment by Rachel Khorashadi

  • I Dropped By This Morning by Robert L. Chisholm

  • Tea Alchemy by Ahlam B.Saga

  • Smile by Aaron R. Tercero-Lozano

  • I Hate by Raquel J. Lesser

  • Your Love, Soul Love by SincerelyCharliee

  • What The Princess Wanted by Kajari Agrawal

  • Lost In Emotion by Josephine Zavala-Florez

  • Love Is .... by Ilona M. Blake

  • Paint Me In Poetry by Carolyn V. June-Jackson

  • For My Dad by HelenKGW

  • The Man Upstairs by Rosalie B

  • My Shattered Soul by Dana L. Jordahl

  • Family Love, And Loss by Cheryl CMP

  • The Steward by Sylvia Stults

  • Seasons Of Grief by Belinda Stotler

  • I Promise by Rosemary Trujillo

  • The Law Of Nature by Philip Jorgenson

  • Special Rain Drops by Ken Brantley

  • It's All In The Eyes by Katy A. Brown

  • A Path To Somewhere by Sarah Jane E. Conklin

  • SHUT THE GATE MATE by Robert Entriken

  • It's Hard, Sometimes by Sierra S. Emrick

  • That's Just What Families Do by Don Hamaliuk

  • Mysterious Pain by Peggy Stewart

  • Concrete Angel by Seawolf

  • Inferno's Essence by Caleb Burphy

  • Our Love by Charles J. Booker

  • Hello, I Love You, Goodbye by Taylor Jones

  • The Wedding Gone Awry by Chase M. Testa

  • Heart Song by Keith Acker

  • Life Is A Medley by Robert L. Chisholm

  • Merry Christmas And Thanks For The Memories by Samuel Aragone

  • Alienated, And Cast Away, But Not Forever by Yair A. Friedman

  • The Greatest Race by Jeff Opperman

  • Winter Time by Pauline Faller

  • The Invitation by Doug W. Benson

  • Trapped Inside by Dedicated_mama

  • Don't Dance On The Cereal by Janet Eggen

  • Take Back Your Life by Tonya R. Zuber

  • The Purpose by Robert

  • The Search For Real Friends by Danielle Anglin

  • Little Joyful Motions by Ben J. Connolly

  • BOND Titles by Sandra Jebb

  • Stay On Your Road, Please by Mia A. Lambert

  • You, My Sun by Bistelle

  • No Refuge by Roger W. Sandmann

  • My Last Goodbye by Dustin Stegall

  • VIRGIN MARY by Raelene J. Elliss

  • A Letter To Santa by Ann D. Stevenson

  • STREET MAN by James C. Gordon

  • Last Night I Had A Dream by Michael A. Daigneault

  • Is Perception Reality??? by Robert C. Saunders

  • Goodbye Queen Of Hearts by Iola Zaan

  • Before And After by Chris Gallagher

  • At The End It Is One Another Story by Kalhari Kaluarachchi

  • The Cry Of The Monarch Butterfly by Carolyn V. June-Jackson

  • A Specular Christmas by Ann D. Stevenson

  • I Cry by Watyne Greer

  • Grandpa by Lisa Jessie

  • Glimpses by Keith Lewthwaite

  • Restless Nights by Jovarius A. Burton

  • The Bomb by Marie Matheny

  • Christmas Miracles To Believe by Marcia A. Newton

  • I Know I Saw Him by Regina M. Elliott

  • Saying Goodbye To My Brother by Karmalyw

  • 9/11Attacks by Janelle Barker

  • THE FIRST BORN by Raelene J. Elliss

  • Let Loose Limits On Life by Vaneka J. Johnson

  • Thorns by Michelle Meece




The poems below have been selected as semi-finalists for the December 2023 Poetry Contest.

Our Editors determine the winning poem based on content, but you can let us know your top poems by rating, sharing, adding to your favorites and commenting on your favorite poems.


View our Previous Poetry Contest Winners

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November 2023 Poetry Contest Semi-finalists
  • Published: November 6, 2023

November 2023 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

November 2023 Poetry Contest - $500 Cash Prize

These poems have been submitted to the November 2023 Poetry Contest. Below this list you will find the semi-finalist poems.





  • November 2023 Poetry Contest, First Prize $500 Cash!

  • Submission Deadline is November 30th. CLOSED.

  • Semi-Finalists Published here through December 6th CLOSED.

  • Winner Announced: December 7th

  • The Winning Poem is - "True Friend" by David J. Herring. Congratulations!



These poems have been submitted to the November 2023 Poetry Contest.




  • Chambers Of My Heart by Josephine Zavala-Florez

  • Evil Can't Kill Human Feelings by Teresa Zajewska

  • Mother by Jessica R. Wilson

  • Who Would've Thought? by Doug Benson

  • A Stranger Passed My Gate Today by Michael Quinn

  • Our Mum by Pauline Faller

  • No Denial Of Love And A Smile by Daniel H. Garza

  • "Attraction" by Fayette C. Goralski

  • The Bear In The Window (Strange Days Indeed) by Mike Cannon

  • Waterfall by Mary Green

  • Breaking The Cycle by Tonya R. Zuber

  • Blame Of The Innocent by Sennette Gaoses

  • Real Prediction by Laurentiu

  • Entrapped By Addiction by Chris Gallagher

  • Rosa And Rosie by Noel Avis

  • Tiny Light by Apryl R. Morris

  • Thief Of Happiness by Samantha K

  • Senses by Dpross1

  • The Pearl by Danielle Spencer

  • A Long Drive by Gabrielle M. Payne

  • The Airport Park by Colin Faucher

  • My Reality Within A Dream by Roderick Dupree

  • They Say I Rest by Spencer Foxe

  • Mary And The Mouse by Trish Moyles

  • Now I Know You're There by Trish Moyles

  • That Little Girl by Edna Lopez

  • Cheeky Beak by Mary Denise Lyons

  • My Heart Knows Her by Michael J. Lepre

  • Withholding by Anthony L. Maulucci

  • Reins Of Peace And War by Malike Seymenoglu

  • My Search For Real Friends by Danielle Anglin

  • The Father I Grew Up To Know by Philip Jorgenson

  • You'll Get Through The Day by Caroline T. Wallace

  • He Has A Story by Jodi M. Kucera

  • Nothing's Changed by Jack Bowden

  • I Wish Heaven by Watyne Greer

  • The Cardinal by Nancy Lombardo

  • Moving Away by Jessica Langner

  • My Christmas Wish by Sylvia Stults

  • Living The Gift by Audrey Klatkiewicz

  • Big Brother Arises Again by David H. Norton

  • Magnets by Marie22

  • I Hurt Too by Ingrid Pegram

  • A World Of Words by Writer's Block

  • The Real Me by Tonya R. Zuber

  • Mother Earth by Lisa K. Putnam

  • I Am Now The Butterfly by PeoplepleaserHJ

  • True Friend by David J. Herring

  • You Would Of Loved Her by Steven Anctil

  • Created by Lisa Jessie

  • Sing To Me, Autumn by Patricia Cisco

  • Observations by Christian Ledek

  • Fernweh by Brad Madsen

  • Embrace Of The Sea by Gabriela M. Sanchez

  • A Child's Fear by Susieque63

  • Love Is by Marie22

  • An Angel Walks Among Us by Tony L. McDonald

  • I'm Proud To Be by Carolyn V. June-Jackson

  • Air.. by John W. Coyle

  • The Lost: A Story by David Ward

  • The Zoo by Jerry N. BOCKOVEN

  • Twenty- One by Josephine F. Chambers

  • Ode To A Princess by Barry J. Robinson

  • Make It Stop by Amy Cutting

  • Mothers Reflection On Life by Samuel Aragone

  • A Fleeting Image by Avi Fleischer

  • Nonsense Needs You by Iola Zaan

  • Lest We Forget by Iola Zaan

  • Hollow Words by Richard G. Martin

  • Yesterday by Elizabeth James

  • Brighter Skies by Ann D. Stevenson

  • Lost In Time by Rayna Palacios

  • Unforgiveness by Regina M. Elliott

  • Listen To My Confessions by Michelle D. Deocampo

  • What Do You Think? by Laura Sanders

  • The Garden by Randall W. West

  • An Ode To The Komodo by Geraldine Craig

  • A Home Of My Own by Henrietta M. Moyle

  • He Almost by Rayna Palacios

  • Always And Forever by Judith A. Bell

  • You Are Salt by Ugo A. Odogwu

  • I Love You, Please Stay by Rebecca Siow

  • The Hunter by Michael J. Malone

  • Gamophobia by Ember Batista

  • The Little Christmas Tree by James C. Gordon

  • The Final Link by Sirrom

  • Cracked Windows by Zoraida M. Colon-Collado

  • Terrapin Soup by Karl H. Plischke

  • A Gift For You by Keith Burroughs

  • It's That Time Of Year by Ann D. Stevenson

  • Sometimes by Lucy Petersen

  • Whenever I See You by Emily J. D'Auria

  • Just Want To Be Me by Wade S. Boruck

  • Onomatopoeia by Bruce D. Jacobs

  • Dear Mum, by Rachel A. Rose

  • Little Cabin On The Hill by Kaitlyn E. DiVito

  • Godmother Katherine by Summer L. Cason

  • Mom And Dad by Regina M. Elliott

  • Elizabeth by Patricia A. Howard

  • What If by Marcia A. Newton

  • If Only You Could Have Stayed by Catherine Lamberton

  • Pain Ends by Katy A. Brown

  • In My Heart by Raelene J. Elliss

  • A Window In Heaven by Jac Judy A. Campbell

  • Broken by Shahinaz Soliman

  • Let Kids Be Kids by Jennifer Caldwell

  • Ascension by Anita Mareno


The poems below have been selected as semi-finalists for the November 2023 Poetry Contest.

Our Editors determine the winning poem based on content, but you can let us know your top poems by rating, sharing, adding to your favorites and commenting on your favorite poems.


View our Previous Poetry Contest Winners

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Beautiful Poems For Grandparents: Poems To Celebrate Grandparents Day
  • Published: February 2, 2023

Grandparents Day Poems

Grandparents Day Poems

Many people may not know that Grandparents Day exists. Some may choose to ignore it. They may think, "must we have a day for every person in the universe, when does all this day naming end?" Sadly, those people probably did not have an opportunity to develop a relationship with their grandparents. They don't understand the gifts that a grandparents can give. Grandparents can provide a sense of continuity and roots to their grandchildren. They can provide a sense that life matters, and the ability to see life within a larger context of time. Happy Grandparents Day!

Grandparents Day is an official US national holiday, signed by President Carter in 1978 and celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day. The statute cites the day's purpose: "...to honor grandparents, to give grandparents an opportunity to show love for their children's children, and to help children become aware of strength, information, and guidance older people can offer"

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Teenage Pregnancy Poems - Poems Of Empowerment For Pregnant Teens
  • Published: January 26, 2023

Poems About Teenage Pregnancy

Poems About Teenage Pregnancy

Many people judge teen parents thinking they are irresponsible, and too young to raise a child. Teen mothers especially are faced with many emotional struggles. How will they finish school? What will their parents say? Should they hide it? Should they abort? What if their baby has no father? Trapped in a sea of these doubts and others, many pregnant teens aren't sure what to do. Some people might tell pregnant teens, "Your life is over when you have that baby". Teens should remember though, having a child doesn't end your life, it simply gives you a new and different future.

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First Love Poems - Capturing The Magic Of Falling In Love For The First Time
  • Published: January 6, 2023

First Love Poems

First Love Poems

There's nothing like the first love. You've never had these feelings before and you imagine that no one else has ever felt this way about anybody. Your boyfriend or girlfriend are the greatest thing ever and you want to be with them all the time. Your senses become alive as you fall in love for the first time. You're not even thinking of the possibility that you may break up because that has never happened to you before. First love is filled with the optimism that you will be together forever.

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  • Poems 23
Love Forever Poems For Him And Her
  • Published: January 6, 2023

Love Forever Poems

Love Forever Poems

When you fall in love with someone, you hope it will last forever. You picture yourself by their side through all the ups and downs of life. Nothing gives you greater joy than the thought of holding their hand through the journey of life. You feel complete, secure, and like you can take on the world with them by your side. Their love gives you courage, strength, and happiness to take on each day. You take comfort in knowing that you will be together forever.

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  • Poems 20
Friend Funeral Poems - Tributes For A Friend's Funeral
  • Published: January 5, 2023

Funeral Poems For Friends

Funeral Poems For Friends

There are many traditions from around the world that determine what a funeral looks like. In some cultures the body is cremated and the ashes may be kept in an urn. In other cultures, the body is put into the ground itself without a coffin. Some traditions have people who are designated wailers who are there to help people cry. Eulogies may be said in honor of the departed. What these cultures all have in common is the desire to mark the importance of the individual's life and to mourn for the loss of the departed.



Looking for the perfect words to honor a dear friend who has passed away? Our collection of memorial poems includes poems for eulogies, speeches, and tributes. From short poems for funerals to longer, more personal tributes, you'll find the perfect poem to express your love and grief. Use these poems to help you say goodbye to a dear friend who will be greatly missed."

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Teenager Poems - Navigating The Challenges Of Adolescence
  • Published: January 5, 2023

Poems Between Parents And Teenagers

Poems Between Parents And Teenagers

Much has been written about the period of adolescence. This is a time when a child begins to question the value systems of his family and society and strives to form his own opinions. It is a time of great confusion and upheaval because he has thrown away the old values and has not completely formed the new ones. Parents often become shaken when they see their teenage son or daughter begin to question the values that he or she grew up with. Parents should not worry. In fact they can feel relieved that their child is beginning to become his or her own person.

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Beautiful Adoption Poems About The Emotional Journey Of Adoption
  • Published: January 4, 2023

Adoption Poems

Adoption Poems

Adopted children are often referred to as chosen children. People with love to give and none to bestow it upon seek out a child to raise with love. Some parents choose to conceal their child's adoption thinking that it will only cause him pain and a sense of non-belonging. Others choose to tell their chosen child thinking that he will find out anyway. When a child finds out that he is adopted, it may give rise to feelings of confusion and alienation. The important thing to remember is that having parents that love you whether biological or chosen is a tremendous gift.

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  • Poems 10
Poems About Lost Love
  • Published: January 3, 2023

Lost Love Poems

Lost Love Poems

The loss of a lover, whether because they have passed on or for any other reason is a heartbreaking experience. Some never fully recover. There might always be a small place in your heart that holds the pain of this experience. This is natural and fine. Even when you find another person to love, it is OK to hold a place for the lover that has passed. You shared something profound together. The previous relationship that you had is not like your new relationship. Every relationship is unique and should be allowed a place in your heart.

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Poems On Enduring Friendships
  • Published: December 28, 2022

Forever Friend Poems

Forever Friend Poems

Forever is a very long time. How is it that people can talk so casually about a concept that we cannot even wrap our minds around? Sometimes we have a friend and we sense that our souls are very closely connected. We know that the connection is above time and space. We know that wherever we are in our lives we will always remain friends. Even if we do not see each other for years we are able to pick up right where we left off. This is what people mean when they say friends forever.

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  • Poems 12
Poems Of Longing: Expressing The Pain Of Missing A Friend
  • Published: December 23, 2022

Poems About Missing A Friend

Poems About Missing A Friend

When friends are forced to be apart from each other for whatever length of time, it will be a difficult period for the two of them. They will be forced to go through their normal routines apart from each other. Each one may miss the qualities that the other contributed to the friendship. There is a saying that, "absence makes the heart grow fond". This may be an opportunity for each of them to realize how important each one is to the other's life. They will miss each other, and long for the time when they can be together again.



Find solace and connection through our collection of poems about missing a friend. These poems explore the emotions and feelings of longing for a friend who is no longer present in our lives and the enduring power of friendship

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  • Poems 10
Friendship Poems About Betrayal
  • Published: December 23, 2022

Betrayed Friend Poems

Betrayed Friend Poems

"Et tu Brute, then fall Caesar". Perhaps the most famous words in English literature speak of a betrayal of a friend. Julius Caesar is saying that if even his close friend Brutus is stabbing him, then he has no hope. Our friends are the ones that we expect will stand by us through thick and thin. When are going through hard times, we ask that they be "like a bridge over troubled waters". If we cannot count on our friends to pull us through, then who can we count on?



Explore betrayal in friendships through our collection of powerful poems. These poems write about the emotions and feelings of betrayed friends as they try to go forward and heal after betrayal.

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Poems Reflecting On Friendships That Have Faded With Time
  • Published: December 23, 2022

Poems About Losing A Friend

Poems About Losing A Friend

Someone with all the money in the world but no one to enjoy it with, would be depressed. Admittedly that's an extreme example, but the truth is that all of the enjoyable things in the world get old quickly without a friend to share them with. On the other hand, if a person was experiencing all the hardships in the world, they may go insane without the aid of a friend. People that don't have anyone to socially interact may lose their minds and develop an imaginary friend just to ease the loneliness. Human interaction is necessary. It is simply the way that we are wired.



Discover the power of poetry to connect with and honor the friends we have lost touch with over time. These poems explore the emotions and memories associated with faded friendships and offer a poignant reflection on the connections that endure despite distance and time

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Poems On Friendships In Conflict And The Journey To Reconciliation
  • Published: December 23, 2022

Poems About Friends Fighting

Poems About Friends Fighting

Fighting is part of every real relationship. The key is knowing how to resolve the fight without breaking up the friendship. Often it is the individual who knows how to communicate by sharing his feelings and not pointing fingers who can diffuse the situation. Since both members of the friendship are feeling defensive, it becomes a risky and sensitive venture. It may talk a couple tries to fully resolve your differences but you will come out with a stronger friendship at the other end.



Fighting friends poems explore the struggles and challenges that can arise in close relationships. These poems often delve into the emotions and experiences of individuals as they navigate conflicts and try to find their way to reconciliation. They offer insights into the complexities of friendships and provide a reflection on the difficulties that can arise when two people care deeply about each other. Whether through heartache, anger, or forgiveness, fighting friends poems offer a powerful and relatable look at the ups and downs of close relationships

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Poems Of Apology And Regret To Family
  • Published: December 22, 2022

I'm Sorry Family Poems

I'm Sorry Family Poems

When you live in close proximity with other human beings there will be many times that you will offend each other. Families inevitably hurt each other from time to time. Saying "I'm sorry" are the two words that can repair your relationship. Without apologies the bad feelings are allowed to grow until eventually they grow into something so big and ugly that it is almost impossible to repair. It is difficult to humble ourselves and admit that that we may have made a mistake. However, when you think about the repercussions of not making a simple apology, you will realize that it's worth the effort.

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  • Poems 10
Poems About Joyful Childhood Memories
  • Published: December 22, 2022

Poems About Childhood Friendships

Poems About Childhood Friendships

There are some friendships that we remember forever. These are the friendships that were formed when we were children. The quality of sharing is not the same as in adult friendships. However, in a certain way the friendship has a deeper quality. It probably lacked that drama and intensity that is shared in adult friendships. At the same time there is a certain carefree quality that exists between two young children at play. They don't ask themselves complicated questions like whether they have enough in common. It is enough that they are two kids and that there is playing to be done.



This collection of poems celebrates the joy and wonder of childhood memories. From playing outside with friends to holidays with family, these poems capture the magic and innocence of growing up. Whether you're looking to reminisce on your own childhood or share a bit of nostalgia with loved ones, these poems are sure to bring a smile to your face.

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Famous Poems On The Human Experience And Life's Journey
  • Published: December 16, 2022

Famous Life Poems

Famous Life Poems

Since the dawn of civilization, artists of all forms have sought to express the essence of the human condition and the full range of human experience. Poetry has been one of the most common forms of this expression from the ancients until now. These words have an ability to capture the abstract emotions and concrete experiences that have been part of our humanity throughout the ages. Turning to the words of classic poems can help us to clarify and understand our own experiences better by connecting us to those others who have sought to do the same.




This collection of famous poems explores the human experience and the journey of life. From love and loss to joy and sorrow, these poems delve into the emotions and challenges that shape our lives. Whether you're seeking inspiration or a deeper understanding of the world around you, these poems offer a poignant and thought-provoking look at the human condition.

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