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Beauty Poems

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Wonder
by April Belin

                                   Wonder

               



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The Testaments
by William Kekaula

Behold, the essence of aubergine and a trail of sparkles yields the moment to radiant reds, like a breasted robin of autumns abandon legions in



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The Beach
by ALAN marsh

As the ocean waves strike at me,
And the yellow sand greets the sea.
As the passing by flock of seagulls screach,
The cool gentle wind whistles through


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Twilight
by ALAN marsh

Moon rules over the twilight,
Owl captures everything in his sight.
When moon is out the moonflower glows,
Meanwhile,the cool wind swiftly blows.

All the creatures are gone to


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You
by Aska Makori

Smile

It’s the only thing they can’t take away

You will always shine from miles away

It’ll be ok for a while

Just smile

Laugh

They will never know that you’re



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SUICIDE NOTE
by Brian Pierre-Alexander

My name is flower
Of number one display and color
To commit suicide I decide
To take nuclear waste or pesticide

Am tired of you people polluting the air
Polluting


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She has long hair
by William Jerome

She has long hair like silky milk as long  as a ladder that connects to a piece of mind. Her kiss is  worth murder without



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Currents of Love
by Heidi Sands

Snowflakes sparkle

Like the twinkle in your eyes

As I wish to hold your hand

In view of the mountains

Where our dreams are spread

In a pure, white, blanket

With



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On Our Way
by Heidi Sands

The sun glows on the white snow

With mild air and clear skies today

Looking from the hill you wouldn't know,

Of any troubles or dismay

 

All is quiet,



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Outcast
by Robert Lillis

Didn't matter for how much I was outcasted
At first I didn't understand why I couldn't fit in
But then I remembered never to give



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what a beauty
by mohamad safan

Did you see her?

Did you admire her?

 

Did think that she notice you?

Did you believe that she love true?

 

If that happened, you'd



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Thoughts
by Raynolds Moseamedi

I have wings,
Above the clouds lie my voice
On the ground is where it sings,
In paradise I lay, covered by its pure moist<>



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Crawling Mother
by Maryam Dalhatu

I feel sad when i see you the same,
For decades you remain lame,
It is indeed a pity or late blame,
But i just



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Tjuirtgellong
by kyra shennan

The trees surrounding the lake are so loud today,

 or have I not noticed their haunting yet gentle wails until this steely morning? 

Even though they seem



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Naked
by kyra shennan

As a whole I am beautiful.
To remember this is to witness the ugly, broken parts die.
As a whole people are ugly.
Individuals are



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Let Not Occupy Kinship Bias
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I cast a backward look—how the times changed

To the beautiful face in the stroller
She Smile, I smiled, the guardian frown
A child is not



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Guinea Pepper Seed Poetry
by Waveney Lander-Walters

He called my poem
Wise and tropical
The heat of the Caribbean:

The tongue of the goddess
Years of eating so much
Fishcakes lace



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Summer or Winter
by Brandon Connor

I hate the humidity

I hate what it does

I hate wearing sunscreen

I hate all the bugs

I like the thirties

I like wearing gloves

But I also like the



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Humankind
by Brandon Connor

Independent laws, moral tune

Reserve applause, infernal loom

Creator clause, fatal monsoon

Turn tables above, summer bloom

Floweth love, beguiling June

Flying dove, impeccable croon

 Abundant crime, seasonal doom

Existential times, big



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Untitled
by Brandon Connor

An explosion of hair in her face is disclosing
the beauty of the eyes veiled beholding
a dream unfolding where the poor are gold and
war is at


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WILD CHILD
by Nebechi Grace Ezennaya

WILD CHILD

She upholds her exceptionality

And rubs it on the faces of her counterparts.

She's brave and bold,

Leading an explicit life of modesty.

 

A true alpha she is

She's



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Letter to Mother
by Iniubong Efiong

Dear mother,

My life is confused with women in the picture

With a combination of different colors and mixture

Oh! Bless the day I met this creatures

For if



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LUSTFUL YOUTH
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

               LUSTFUL YOUTH

The world is filled with vanities

The lust of the eyes and flesh in entirety

Behold how the great and mighty has fallen

Because of beautiful



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This Organ Vagina
by Waveney Lander-Walters

This organ vagina:

They say that beauty is in the eyes of the
Beholder, so does this organ have eyes?
the power of evil



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An Ode to The Survivor
by Kolawole Jegede



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