Pages tagged with Innocence

An ode to young 'uns everywhere - a tribute to the joy, energy and merriness they bring into our lives.
All of us go through various phases of life. The very next to our childhood shoes comes our adolescence and there we are knocking the doors of adulthood.. We start missing the charm, the contentment, the peace and the " us " , we had during those days. Trying here to express a compari...
Time is a luxury not all can afford. Quite the opposite. It can, with time, be your worst nightmare. Beyond your reach. Beyond your control. Only as it increasingly slips away, will you begin to realize just how valuable and irreplaceable is your loss.
Today, I guess, only 50 percent of human population all over the globe appears to be humane. The remaining 50 percent of population is living with their lavish lifestyles without being productive or creative, or are just as good as wild races. Here is an effort to check the issues tha...
A child's footprints captured in cement had me wondering about childhood and the loss of innocence.
You are the goddess I can't erase I always remember the ride home from school Because my parents were not at home I survived If you don't know how bad I drank Don't you know how my heart hurt Only leave the infinite memory of innocence
A Poem Dedicated to a crystal flower opened to soon, to a woman who has felt how hard the bee can sting the bird. And any of Gods gems who can relate
Few adopt cunning ways to get ahead in life. They may prove shortcuts to material success and political power, but they destroy the soul of society. It is time to redefine success to include less of selfish pursuits and more of inclusive effort.
A poem about that one summer we remember from back in the times of our carefree youth.
A poem I wrote a while back about finding who you are when you can't see yourself.
The innocence and happiness of a child is beyond comprehension.
William Blake(1757-1827) imagines in his own way.His poems are sketches of humanity on a broader scale.
Always there is a place for us to go where resides only joy and light...young children and babies know this for they are newly come from God and still retain such pure innocence..but it is available to us all if we will.....enjoy
Misguided lonely child who feels unloved and unwanted - puts gun to chin - and pulls the trigger.
Living poetry. The use of nature's fight for survival, demonstrated in the birth of a sapling pine to the moment it falls to the ground. There is no heartache to soften its lonely death, though the saplings that have risen from the mother tree find solace in the nutrients of its decay...
I decided to take it down a notch when this was written, because I wrote three other suicide poems before this one. Other than that, I don't have much to say. Comments are open.
Living in the world with all the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune can be difficult for some...then again there are those who thrive in that...Otherse do prefer the higher path softer and sweeter it can be but also with on
The state of innocence lies within animals, plants and all in the kingdom of Mother Nature. Childlike is its quality..pure in every where are you when it comes to innocence...check it out...
Life is always beautiful when the tears are beautiful.
This is all about how innocent small babies are,they are honest,intelligent and having good capturing skills.
Do people make the times, or do the times make the people? The question is rather silly. It is clearly both aspects interacting and has always been so.
It is unnatural and selfish, wishing a child not to grow. But, what legacy do we have to inherit to a wise youth these days? Only tension and sorrows in the present chaotic world! But, for children everything is fresh.
A poem about lost innocence that was never really lost.
A dark poem that was never really able to reach full potential. It is a poem that I sat on for a little while because I was too busy to find the time to write it. Until recent where I was able to work on it, I eventually gave it a sadistic taste, with a humorous line at the end. I'll ...
A five year old is at the peak of innocence and so eager to learn and this is the prime time to teach her and guide her to become a well rounded individual. Take time to know her because very soon she will outgrow that stage.
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