Posts tagged ‘mercy’

March 9, 2018

WOMEN

by pranabaxom

First published on my blog,www.fleetingmuse.wordpress.com, on March 9, 2016 in honor of International Women’s Day, 2016. This poem was also a part of my “52 weeks journey with the letter “W”, an weekly poem for 52 weeks starting with a word with the alphabet “W”.

Women
Wonder everyday
Where would we be
Without them
Mother,sister,beloved,lover
Wife

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August 21, 2017

Untainted Grace

by carareevablog

Her head held high, wearing her crown with dignity

Proud of the woman she claimed to be

Carefree of all of life’s mishaps

Life happened to her in a split second

Dragging her pride and her head down with it

As her head continued to hang low the crown started to slowly slip off her head

The once sparkling jewels became a testament of her demise

The mist that rose from her sorrow as the cold tears hit her hot cheeks

Tainted her crown, filling it with rust that clung to the hinges of her heart

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April 14, 2017

THE ONE WHO ALWAYS LOVES ME

by thereluctantpoet

THE ONE WHO ALWAYS LOVES ME

By Charles Robert Lindholm

Unworthy

of the gift

of forgiveness

am I

 

But still

the gift

is offered

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October 4, 2016

A Teacher’s Heart of Gold- Poetry challenge

by 50djohnson

 

A Teacher’s Heart of Gold

 

A Teacher’s Heart of Gold

The first day of school is special each year as I look up and down each row.

Looking at  new supplies, new shoes, new clothes, what is most important doesn’t show.

Within minutes, they show you who is the brightest star…

It’s also very evident who carries the deepest scars.

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March 25, 2015

Release

by Karen
Copyright © 250315 by Karen Payze

 

Also published on 1000 words

August 16, 2014

Mercy

by Michelle Sherlock

Photo of rushing river in the UK's Lake District

Mercy flows

Like a river

A bringer of life

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May 4, 2013

Myth

by james left his hat
flickr.com

flickr.com

I choose
Mercy over madness.
Kindness over pride.
Love over lust.
Me over what is not growing me.

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