Pearlyn

    Poems by Pearlyn

  • My Guardian Angel

    • Published: September 2015
    Poem About Finally Finding Love

    in Falling in Love Poems

    Feeling the world crashing down
    Known as the boy who always carried a frown

    Feeling so lost in this cold vile place

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  • Flowers

    • Published: February 2015
    Poem About Human Characteristics Of Flowers

    in Flower Poems

    They have no mouth, but seem to speak
    A thousand words so mild and meek.

    They have no eyes , but seem to see

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  • A Voice Behind

    • Published: September 2015
    Poem About There Always Being Hope

    in Inspirational Poems

    When into sorrow, my poor soul sinks
    When a sound of despair in my heart rings
    I'm strongly pushed to do my best
    By a voice that says, "There is still hope you dare not rest."

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  • An Evening Hour

    • Published: April 2011
    Beauty Of A Garden Poem

    in Garden Poems

    It was a sunny bright evening, an evening so calm,
    The kind of evening that was inviting me with an outstretched arm.
    So I decided to spend an hour doing almost nothing,
    Sitting and enjoying the best of what nature could bring.

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  • Pearlyn
  • 7 years ago

This is by far one of the best poems I have ever read. It's a poem which I can easily relate to. I was feeling the same thing and I can see where the poet is coming from. It's a lovely poem.
Teresa Wilson. You are awesome. I have great respect and admiration.

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  • Pearlyn
  • 8 years ago

I absolutely love the poem. It had everything I needed 2 say...........Thanks to the poet

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