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  1. Success Does Not Possess

    Poem About Success

    Success is not engraved
    on the pieces of paper
    that control our very lives.

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    Well I met the author of this poem in 4th grade, and she's one of the most remarkable people I have ever known or ever hope to know.

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  3. Foreseeable Truth

    I live in most, if not all, children.
    Many teenagers neglect me, and usually all adults lose sight of me!
    I'm constantly overshadowed by greed, and hatred.
    The media waste no time to advertise my enemies....

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  4. The Masks

    • By Nancy Crosskill Longanbach
    • Published: June 2015
    Poem About Hiding Your Pain

    I have so many different masks.
    I wear them one by one.
    I see them in a pile
    When my day is finally done.

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  6. Drop The Mirror

    • By Siobhan Bligh
    • Published: April 2009


    A silhouette upon the moonlight night
    Spawned internally by her mind
    A glance in a mirror, a shock of fright...

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  7. White

    • By Jessica G. Wetzler
    • Published: October 2016
    Thought Provoking Poem About The Color White

    White.
    A color, a skin, an open thought.
    It's the color of a blank canvas in an art gallery.
    It's the empty space between the lines on a page.

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    I felt something new, something fresh, something serious, something with deep meaning. It is not ordinary writing, though it looks simple.

  8. Those Who...

    • By Marijke Theart
    • Published: February 2016

    Those who judge are the ones who hurt the most.
    Those who preach are the ones who got preached at the hardest.
    Those who want to know everything are the ones who know the least.
    Those who have anger are the ones who really do care.

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  10. Though All The Fates

    Though all the fates should prove unkind,
    Leave not your native land behind.
    The ship, becalmed, at length stands still;
    The steed must rest beneath the hill;

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  11. Not Born To Die!

    • By SAPNA
    • Published: March 2018
    Having The Courage To Take A Risk

    Spread your wings and flap to fly.
    The sky is there for you to try.
    You say the winds are harsh, too,
    But they are always there for you.

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    I am feelings very lonely in this huge world. No tiny space for my emotions here. I am shrinking day by day. I pray to God every second to take me away from this painful world.

  12. Only Time Will Remain

    It's unbranded and unclaimed,
    Elusive and in vain.
    It ebbs and it flows,
    Wishing away as it goes.

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    Crystal, really enjoyed the thoughtfulness of this poem. Gave me much to consider about time. Great job! Brought to mind a silly thought I once had: "Can the hands of a clock grasp the...

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  13. The Guitar Of Time

    • By Sarah
    • Published: September 2008
    Longing For Peace

    On a guitar of time, he played pleasant tunes,
    the rhymes of his life were sung by the moon.

    Always kept moving, he never looked behind,

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