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  1. The Tree

    • By Paul T. McMahon
    • Published: June 26, 2018
    Metaphor For The Cycle Of Life

    Once a tree spoke to me in words of color and grace.
    It said to exist it had to persist in its purpose to have its place.
    In hues of green it said it had seen many a year and season
    With interesting features like other creatures, which added branches of reason.

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  3. Sunset

    • By Jessica Bood
    • Published: September 2013
    Poem About The Sun Setting

    They say a sunset is an artist's pallet,
    Of colors so intense and full of pigment,
    A photographer's dream.

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  4. The Prairies

    • By Kehkashan Basu
    • Published: June 2014

    The grasslands stretch as far as the eye can see,
    As flat as anything can be,
    Unending fields of corn and wheat,
    Yielding huge harvests that none can beat,

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  6. Life The Way It Should Be

    • By Taylor Jordao
    • Published: March 2013

    Tell me what do you see
    Purple, green, and gold,
    Mountain peaks that touch the sky
    Little black birds flying by

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  7. A World Without Rain

    • By Elijah O
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Rain

    In a world without rain,
    all the grass turned brown,
    trees cracked and burned,
    clouds disappeared,

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  8. Homeland

    Beautiful Place I Call Home

    My homeland, my fatherland
    settles on the valley of two breasts,
    a virgin to behold,
    two sisters lead to her,

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  10. Ode To An Alaskan Marsh

    • By Charles Hemmelgarn
    • Published: December 2014
    Poem About The Beauty Of Alaska

    I know a place where the tall cotton grass blooms and blows,
    where the fireweed blazes and the nodding cattail grows
    a haven overgrown with ruddy cranberry and spongy moss
    emitting their tart scent the playful breeze does toss.

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  11. The Universe

    Sliding down the milky way as the harvest moon lights the way
    This starts my journey through the galaxy
    My first stop, Gould's Belt, at 20 degrees.

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    what a beautiful poem
    may I take a few words become a song?
    just a few

  12. The Nature's Power

    Nature's gifts are all around,
    Yellow, green, red and brown,
    Mirrored water that reflects my frown,
    Butterflies flying in the dusky dawn,

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  13. Please Mr. Killer Sandman, Bring Me A Burning Dream

    • By Molly
    • Published: October 2012

    The Desert is a lonely soul
    who burns your every breath,
    like a broken record,
    stuck on the sound of death.

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