by infinite thought diaries The bright sun was like a dark night, Any ray of hope was out of his sight, Doing wrong was a daily thing, Missing his happiness the lonely king, But thn she came with a new life, His heart's queen his forever wife, Though just in dreams but yet so near, And … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Father’s Bride
by Alea Nesbit Is that all you have to say? If I hear you are pretty again I believe my guts will begin to twist and burn and the only way to save me from this torture is to cut them and let them spill out on the floor. I'm tired of being pretty. Cause pretty … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: “You are so pretty”
by Preston Pittman. "Love's Snare" From You, I presumed I could hide, ignoring years of whispers inside. Your love for me You could hardly bare, but Your love for me lay set in the snare. For a love of my own I did seek, for love I searched till I was weak. Desperate I gave … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: From you…
by Arshiya Hussain You made me into who I am from who I was, Without demanding for any applause. Sacrificing your own comfort and luxury, You stood beside me during my every injury. Alone you struggled for even my smallest happiness, I wonder how should I thank you YOUR HIGHNESS. You took my care with such … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: My Mom
by Vinita Agrawal Like a plastic palmyra showcased at the front door A rag doll - gloved, thumb-printed, buttressed bruised, soughed, oboe-d and at the end of it all - grey like the ash of a rose. Rabbit-like. Fearful, frightened. Babbling, burbling, dripping scurrying, stumbling, succumbing until reduced to a sobbing choir of broken hummingbirds. She … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: Woman
by Jen Liz See nothing can stop her now She finally knows her worth Fulfilled & heavy with self-love she treads ever so lightly on this earth She's come all this way & She refuses to stop now She made a promise to herself Her most powerful vow. Because a woman's promise is way more … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: First place
It is National Poetry month!!! We Are All The Same Project invites you to participate in our II Poetry Contest. Let’s express our feelings thru art, send messages to the World thru words. Click here to submit your poem.
by Alexandra Anna Romanczuk You pry open my pages professing You've read this novel before Distant and bored I am a myriad of women Rewritten every day Hold me up to the light Prism am I Behold the rainbow sight I am no fish to be caught In your omniscient silver net You will not possess … Continue reading Poetry Contest: Peacock
by Frances Avnet Take a look at the snowflakePure innocence, playfulDelicate as crystalEasily dissolved as the temperature rise.But…Gather snowflakes,Awakening, emboldenedHard as ice. Unite them, they can shut cities, Bring government to a standstill.