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  1. 21. Splashes Of Color

    Flecks of blue
    Lavender delight
    Morning gold
    The black of night

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  3. 22. Harmony

    • By Alora M. Knight
    • Published by Family Friend Poems December 2018 with permission of the Author.

    Outside my window flowers bloom
    In a rampant disarray.
    They pay no heed to color schemes
    In their wonderful display.

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  5. 23. The Mask

    I look in the mirror at the beginning of each day,
    and ask myself what mask should I place on my face today.

    No not the sad one it's too revealing,

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    Every day everyone wears different masks to cover up their sadness. They put on masks of happiness, and you don’t know what’s in their mind. They cover up everything like their heartbreak....

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  6. 24. The Grandfather Clock

    • By James Sielschott
    • Published by Family Friend Poems September 2014 with permission of the Author.

    In a dusty, dark corner of a very old house,
    sits the tall, wooden worn out clock.
    It has seen its share of memories and pain,
    keeping perfect time with a tick and a tock.

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    We're all clocks just trying to keep up with time, knowing full that in the end, time will win.

  7. 25. The Rose

    • By Billie Jo
    • Published by Family Friend Poems May 2013 with permission of the Author.

    The sun went away
    The sky went black
    Up came the wind
    I fell on my back

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  8. 26. An Ocean Of Memories

    • By Kimberly L. Briones
    • Published by Family Friend Poems June 2006 with permission of the Author.

    Analysis of Form and Technique

    My family is the ocean around us.

    My father is the hurricane,
    knocking anything and everybody out of his path.

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    That's the same for me! Except, my younger sister is the storm haha.

  9. 27. Love Is Real

    • By Veronique
    • Published by Family Friend Poems November 2015 with permission of the Author.

    Love is pure like a
    white wedding
    gown.
    Love is honest and

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    Beautiful poetry, Veronique . . .
    Love is a many splendid thing,
    tho' love can also have its sting.

  10. 28. A Butterfly

    • By Silvia Burley
    • Published by Family Friend Poems July 2015 with permission of the Author.

    A caterpillar walks in beauty
    through the sunshine and the rain,
    leaving sweet memories
    to ease away the pain.

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  11. 29. Vibrant Colors

    • By Paul T. East
    • Published by Family Friend Poems July 2016 with permission of the Author.

    Don't judge my cover; it's not mine.
    I was given this to wear for the duration of my time.
    Over time it has become creased, ripped, and worn,
    A once perfect canvas the day I was born.

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  12. 30. Seeds Of Growth

    • By David Rivera
    • Published by Family Friend Poems September 2006 with permission of the Author.

    Water the seed, and a plant will grow.
    Feed the plant, and a tree will grow.
    Give a tree room, and it will bloom.
    A seed to a plant,

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    I had an idea of what being a father was. But, as I had my own children, becoming a father made me reflect and change completely my relationship with my parents and what I conceived as being...

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  13. 31. The Pencil Case

    The eraser erased my bad habits
    While the pencil drew in new ones
    The glue stick glued on a whole new face
    As the scissors cut away my background and past

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    Dear Beatrice, the friendship you have with the person who inspired you to write this poem should really be treasured because this poem is one of a kind for me. You know what? It really...

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  14. 32. You Are Not Just A Star

    • By Miliah San
    • Published by Family Friend Poems August 2012 with permission of the Author.

    You were just another star in the sky
    that happened to be in my universe

    Never in a million years would we get close

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    This is beautiful it sounds like myself talking actually it is something I would want to say. As if its coming from my own heart. I truly enjoyed reading it.

  15. 33. Fringed Lily

    • By Talia Baken
    • Published by Family Friend Poems July 2016 with permission of the Author.

    I gracefully bloom in July,
    Clothed in a delicate silk,
    Fringed with a delicate lace,
    Sprinkled with the color of milk.

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    This is a very beautiful poem. The inspiring topic and the perfect rhyme add charm to the poem. I can picture the lily standing in the field, a glimmer of beauty in its entire surroundings,...

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  16. 34. Though All The Fates

    Famous Poem

    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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