Tag: Poems about death

What’s Your Pleasure

Sounds of rolling thunder Music to my ears One of life pure pleasures Like fishing and hunting deer Singular in challenge It’s you against your foe Success comes in an instance And all the world will know Find your own true...

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Heaven’s Garden

Somewhere in the garden A flower breaks the ground Begins its journey upwards And doesn’t make a sound Things that go unnoticed Change us every day And even just the little things Can affect us in some way Where did it come...

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The End of the Road

The road at last is ending The pavement turns to dust Metal that once was shiny Has now turned to rust Don’t view this with sadness It is as it should be Fulfillment of a cycle That sets our spirit free Don’t feel...

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My Perfect Picture

You might think I went away Before the big day arrived That if things were done different That maybe I would have survived Don’t think that – it wasn’t true It’s just the way of things A winter long held over Gives way at last...

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Passing By

Another passing season A shower rolling by A little liquid sunshine And then again it’s dry One of many cycles We see through out our days We don’t always notice But impacts us in many ways Take the time to notice A...

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The Lion’s Roar

Somewhere in the distance Echoing through the hills A sound that breaks the silence Is bound to give you chills More than just a symbol Or stories that we’re told Strength in thought and action Is an ideal that we hold Listen...

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inspirational poems by Robert Longley

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