Poems about Life Struggles - Page 5

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  1. In A Blink Of An Eye

    • By Hana Kent
    • Published: February 2008

    Everyday I wonder and think
    How much am I missing with every blink

    Is the world spinning so fast...

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  3. Life Is Worth Living

    • By V.sowmya
    • Published: July 2008

    Sometimes the days goes by
    And turns into years
    But the mind ponders backwards
    Trying to search, find and analyze...

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  4. The Six Feet Below

    You can find her there in her vegetable garden every spring trying to pull the weeds out of her soul. Picking and Preening she carries on till the sun is setting low. Cooking and cleaning , cleaning and cooking the life out of her fragile bones.

    She holds the answers to all of the questions, six feet under is where they will go. Like a shark not wanting to stop , for it would surely meet a dead end, she sweeps her guilt out the door , and the wind blows it back in again.
    ...

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    Great story, Life is a mystery and it's up to us if we want to know the truth

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  6. Life With You

    • By Madison F.
    • Published: June 2008
    Choosing Life

    I want to live,
    I don't want to lie,
    I want to be truthful until I die.
    I want to die in my sleep, ...

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  7. Counting Sheep

    • By Chelsea C. Howard
    • Published: August 2016
    Poem About Soothing Myself To Sleep

    If my internal clock could speak,
    it would beg me to sleep.
    It would ask me to turn off the world and rest.

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  8. My World

    • By Xavier Mentor
    • Published: January 2018
    Hoping My Wishes Become Reality

    Heaven is where I wish to be,
    But hell is where I remain.
    Peace is what I seek,
    But war infects my world.

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    I can't imagine the amount of energy put into this work to make it as beautiful as it is. I have a deep passion for it.

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  10. A Rhapsody Of Empowerment

    • By Vaishali Vishnukandan
    • Published: March 2018
    Empowerment Of Women

    Come on, women!
    Must rise to the challenges
    Of your enhanced responsibilities.

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  11. Indecisive

    A tag of war of rivals amid reciprocal sways
    My head and heart on floating question stains
    Innocent, naive which might will I surrender to?
    Whose aroma will my sense be persuaded to?

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  12. My Sanctuary

    • By Marci
    • Published: January 2009

    The sun is setting
    The leaves fall-fall is setting in
    There's a slight breeze outside
    It's getting cold...

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    My Sanctuary is being outside listen to the wind blow by and the sun shine on my face. Takes me to another world without worry, regret, or thought. A place I can let go and be carefree for...

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  13. Still Here

    I been scarred and battered.
    My hopes the wind done scattered.
    Snow has friz me,
    Sun has baked me,

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