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You need to stay.

I’ve been thinking for a long timeI’ve been wondering if i should give up on youyou don’t seem to care for meyou don’t text me anymore like you used toDon’t you want me in...

pour some rain on me

Pour some rain on me, Please

pour some rain on me I’ve got a fire in my heart It’s burning everything It reminds me of the pain I once felt in past, the one of a kind, The cheating and...

Let her see the sky.

Oh dear clouds, Please fly away from there Please wait a little before you meet the earth You can come to my place if you want I will hear your words, but Let her...

move on poem

Move on poem | Let me flow

Here is a move on poem for those who are looking for something that can help them to get out of their sorrows.It will be really great it helps you to get over your...

poem about life

Motivational poem He is a superman

Motivational poem “That guy Fat, ugly, bald How fearful he looks He will scare children Stay away from him, he might hurt you”They say. Someone please go and tell them Unlike them He’s a...

Depression, my friend | Poem about depression 1

Depression, my friend | Poem about depression

Poem about depression A friendship of the writer with depression, which he says is a demon inside his head compelling him to give up on life. Read how he overcomes from it. This demon,...

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A blind man looking for colors

A poetry about how the black color means peace and the white can be impure. The clouds covered the blue sky that day And the bright day slowly turned dark And the little brown...

Stay 2

Stay

  Stay by my side For a while Show me a moment to cherish Don’t go away Shine you’re the sun and I’m your rays You’re the blessing of my prayers Without you I’ll...

From the beginning

      Sometimes i feel my poems are getting old, there are no stories left untold. And then i ask questions to myself. “do i really have  no stories to tell” “i mean...

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