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Truth Still Ends

Were you at one with yourself while writing it Did the beginning have an end Did each word describe, or then inflame What light can only bend Did you gag on meaning bundled Were you trapped behind its door Were you—are you self-professed Do...

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
1 month ago
Only One

Can you experience a lifetime, inside of a minute Can you say with one word, what used to take a book Can you thank those you love, with just one smile Can you see the truth in everything —with only one look (Dreamsleep: July, 2019)

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
1 month ago
I Love You

I always dreamed It seemed An angel soul That came as spiritual lights Towards my sad, tearful And dark nights Where there I was a prisoner By an unwanted lover Living in the fears I have been praying Years and years With my heart and tears Un...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
1 month ago
A Simple Way

How it is a simple Just imagine If you don't tell me I shall never know You loved me However, I tell you You should know I love you It is, as clear as crystal, isn't?

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
1 month ago
Someone, Who Never Exist

I truly fell in love It was, and it is The indescribable feeling I dreamed of someone I conceived, in my mind Who she was How she looked like What did in life It remained a question But unfortunately, The dream and love Before that becomes the tr...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
1 month ago
Or Both

Did you do it, Did you write about it —or both (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2017)

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
1 month ago
Headed West

In the darkness last night, I heard Crazy Horse call The wind through the willows, new horse in my stall His words my direction, the hail in my storm… “Your brothers await you —the council fire warm” (Dreamsleep: July, 2019) Motorcycle From Pa...

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
1 month ago
Hunter And Hunt

I have nothing than only a tiresome Long journey That causes breaking my trust, My heart and life too I would not blame, Whether I deserved it or not However, I still breathe, realising Each one of us Runs and hunts After its hunting I was, I am ...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
1 month ago
A Melody So Right

Stepping over the line, in pursuit of a song Could a melody so right —ever be so wrong (Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania: July, 2019)

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
1 month ago
Freedom Cry

in memory of the children of South Africa Freedom! Lifted out of the ashes and into a river of hope A river of joy A river of peace. Cry freedom! Freedom! As a country dies And children die because of What they believe in Cry freed...

by Kenneth R. Jenkins

added by Kenny Jenkins
1 month ago
00:13: Train Ride Inspiration

The night train moves Quickly in the night's air And the noise from the train Keeps a steady beat lugging home. I gotten a buzz of inspiration Sweet inspiration from other poets And their words expressed To make me write these lines even no...

by Kenneth R. Jenkins

added by Kenny Jenkins
1 month ago
The Wounded Seeker

Man wished he could know who can ever love him so, that his mind be put at ease, that turmoil be set at ease. He wished he could hear sound of music in his ear, lover's head to be laid on his breast, father's care to invite him to rest. He wish...

by Donka Kristeva

added by donka_k
1 month ago
To My People

If my people could hear God's voice And obey the voice of the Lord For my people To my people Hear the voice of the Lord And love the Lord. To my people I share my God to you To my people To my God! (C)1983

by Kenneth R. Jenkins

added by Kenny Jenkins
1 month ago

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