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7.9k · Mar 2014
Cloudy picnic
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Jessenia Amaro
cloudy picnic
I ran on the grass, I saw the sky, it was stormy, I shouted mom its getting cloudy, we ran to the car got inside,what a cloudy picnic
4.4k · Mar 2014
Jellyfish stew
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Jellyfish stew,
I'm loony for you,
I dearly adore you,
Oh,truly I do,
You are creepy to see,
Revolting to chew,
You slide down inside
With. Hullabaloo.

You're soggy,you're smelly,
Ou taste like shampoo,
You bog own my belly
With oodles of goo,
Yet I would glue noodles
And punes to m shoe,
For one oozy spoonful
Of jellyfish stew
Iraira cedilllo
4.4k · Mar 2014
The good Molly cow
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Come! Supper is ready
Come! Boys and girls now,
For her is fresh milk
From the good molly cow.

Have done with your fife
And your row de dow dow,
And taste this sweet milk
From the good Molly cow

Whoever is fretting
Must clear up his brow,
Or he'll have no milk
From the good molly cow

And here is Miss *****;
She means by mee ow,
Give me too some milk
From the good Molly cow

When children are hungry,
Oh who can tell how
They love the fresh milk
From the good Molly cow

So when you meet Molly
Please say, with a bow,
"Thank you for your milk,
Mrs.good Molly cow."
By Iraira cedillo
3.7k · Mar 2014
Notes for the cactus poem
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Notes for the Cactus Poem
The teddy bear cholla and the fat fat

. . .
3.6k · Mar 2014
String bean small
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Stringbean small was tall and trim,
Basketball seemed meant for him,
At eight foot four,a coach's dream ,
And yet he failed to make the team.

It seems at practice ,string bean  small
Began to chew the basketball,
The coach screamed,"Stop! Don't nibble it!
I want you to dribble it!"
By Iraira cedillo
3.5k · Mar 2014
I Toss Them to My Elephant
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
When the summer sun is blazing,
I pick daisy after daisy,
I toss them to my elephant
It makes him slightly crazy.

I gather chrysanthemums
When fall is in the air,
I toss them to my elephant
It makes him stand and stare.

I harvest bright poinsettias
In winter ,when it's chilly,
I toss them to the elephant
It makes him sort of silly.

I pluck bouquets of tulips
When they blossom in the spring,
I toss them to my elephant ...
It always makes him sing
3.5k · Mar 2014
Notes for the cactus poem
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Notes for the Cactus Poem

The teddy bear cholla and the fat fat

. . .
3.1k · Mar 2014
A Cow's Outside
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
A cow's outside is mainly hide,
Undoubtedly this leather
retains a cow's insides inside,
and holds a cow together
By:Iraira Cedillo
2.7k · Mar 2014
Wasps nest
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Wasps' Nest
It was the fruit I wanted, not the nest.
The nest was hanging like the richest fruit
against the sun. I took the nest . . .
2.5k · Mar 2014
Clara cleech
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
The poorest juggler ever seen
Was clumsy Clara cleech,
Who juggled a bean, a nectarine,
A pumpkin, and a peach.

She juggled a stone , a slide trombone,
A celery stalk, a stick,
A seeded roll, a salad bowl,
A bagel, a boot, a brick.

With relative ease she juggled a cheese ,
She juggled a lock,  lime,
Yes, clara juggled all of these
. . . But just one at a time
2.5k · Mar 2014
Unused baby
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Unused Baby
Unused baby blood and this is
how you motion with hands
clotty leaving . . .
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
You need to have an iron rear
To sit upon a cactus,
Or otherwise,at least a year
A very painful practice
Thanks for reading this poem if you want more tell me bye
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
When Dracula went to the blood bank,
he thoroughly flustered the staff,
for rather than make a donation,
he drew out a pint and a half.
By:Iraira Cedillo
2.4k · Mar 2014
Cuckoo!!!
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
The cuckoo in our clock
Was wedded to an octopus,
She laid a single wooden egg,
And hatched a cuckoocloctopus.
By Iraira cedillo
2.4k · Mar 2014
The purple cow
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Never saw a purple cow,
I never hope to see one,
But I can tell you anyhow,
I'd rather see that be one!
2.3k · Mar 2014
Many ones enjoy them
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
13.Travel Haiku - Harbour Island (Eleuthera, Caribbean)
Pink Sand Beach yoga
on and on I chant with the sea
seeking nirvana read more »

john tiong chunghoo
14.I Am The Beach...
As we walked along the beach, crashing waves
thundered in our ears and a light, salted mist,
dampened our lips. read more »

(brief renderings) Joe Fazio
15.The Power Of The Beach
As we walked along the beach, crashing waves
thundered in our ears and a light, salted mist,
dampened our lips. read more »

(brief renderings) Joe Fazio
16.Under A Blanket Of Stars
As we walked along the beach, crashing waves
thundered in our ears and a light, salted mist,
dampened our lips. read more »

(brief renderings) Joe Fazio
17.Under A Blanket Of Stars...
As we walked along the beach, crashing waves
thundered in our ears and a light, salted mist,
dampened our lips. read more »

(brief renderings) Joe Fazio
18.ON A ROCKY BEACH
read more »

Aldo Kraas
19.Travel Indonesia Haiku - Batam Beach View Resort
Batam Beach View Resort
holding up the sky
the bull horn chalets read more »

john tiong chunghoo
20.On This Beach...
Life is a beach.
There are jellyfish. And sea urchins…the painful bumps along the road that we all encounter in life. On this beach.
In life..and on a beach there is warm water-like times, when we are happy, and have good times and enjoy living. On this beach.
We also have times, like a beach, when we have cold water times; when we are sad, or upset about losing someone or something. On this beach. read more »

Dark Fallout
21.Somewhere
Oh, to be lying,
On a beach,
Somewhere,
With sand in my toes, read more »

Linda Harnett
22.beach
BEACH

On the beach, egrets sleep, peacefully curled together.
Waves roaring and waves wildness wipe on the beach. read more »

Darryl K. Porter
23.HERE
I am here,
Sitting on the beach
Viewing the wave
Rolling up your name read more »

nice pinky
24.Shell in the Beach
a mother tells a story to her son
'there are three men
one of them went to the beach
and found a beautiful shell in the beach read more »
2.0k · Mar 2014
I spied my shadow slinking
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
I spied my shadow slinking
Up behind me in the night,
I issued it a challenge,
And we started in to a fight.

I wrestled with the shadow,
But it wasn't any fun,
I tried my very hardest
All  the same,my shadow won
By Iraira cedillo
2.0k · Mar 2014
I'd never dine on dinosaurs
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
I'd never dine on dinosaurs,
They can't be good to eat,
For all they got are lots of bones,
And not a bit of meat.
Iraira cedillo
1.9k · Mar 2014
Mean Maxine
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
There's no one mean as mean Maxine,
She smells like old cigars,
her brain is smaller than a bean,
I wish she'd move to mars.

Some day I'll list the things I hate,
And that is where I'll list her,
I'd like pack her in a crate
Too bad Maxine's my sister.
1.9k · Mar 2014
Envoy to palestine
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Envoy to Palestine
BY YUSEF KOMUNYAKAA
I’ve come to this one grassy hill
in Ramallah, off Tokyo Street,
to place a few red anemones . . .
1.8k · Mar 2014
Griselda gratz
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Griselda gratz kept sixty cats,
She fed them very well
On angel cakes and raisin flakes and acorns in a shell.

Her furry crowd patrolled,meowed
About her tiny house,
Griselda gratz kept sixty cats,
To catch a single mouse.
1.8k · Mar 2014
Uncanny Colleen
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Uncanny Colleen (unaccountably green)
is munching on cabbage and squash,
While spinning around in her washing machine
no doubt she'll come out in the wash.
By: Iraira cedillo
Pliss follow me make more poems for u
1.7k · Apr 2014
Sun hat
Iraira Cedillo Apr 2014
Oh, what a sweet child I'd Hannah Hyde ,
Oh, how thoughtful,oh, how nice,
To buy a hat with brim so wide,
It gives shade to the frogs
And the worms and the mice.
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
She's my best friend forever I had in my life
She is like my sister I love her with all my heart J.A
1.5k · Mar 2014
Many poems about beach
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
9.Show It At The Beach
Oh they won't let us show it at the beach no they won't let us show it at the beach
They think we're gonna grab it if it gets within our reach read more »

Sheldon Allan Silverstein
10.the sea
when you're at the beach you might see
surfers riding out to sea

when you're at the beach you might see read more »

Matthew Smi
11.Santa Monica Mountains..Kanan Dume
Santa Monica Mountains....Kanan Dume
There...in the distance...and one day soon
.......I'll be on the beach....at Malibu read more »

James B. Earley
12.At the Beach
At The Beach

You roll down the window
And even before you see it read more »

Khalid Icanttellyou
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
The neighbors are not fond of me,
I've little doubt of that,
For when I near their door,I see
They hide the WELCOME mat.
By Iraira cedillo
1.5k · Mar 2014
Girl poems
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
1.Girl
Baby Girl, Glamour Girl, Strawberry Girl struts
Candy Girl, **** Girl, Bossy Girl fuss
Gansta Girl, Dream Girl, Independent Girl shops
Virtuous Girl, Glitter Girl, Hot Girl pops read more »

Brie Carter
2.Girlzilla
Baby Girl, Glamour Girl, Strawberry Girl struts
Candy Girl, **** Girl, Bossy Girl fuss
Gansta Girl, Dream Girl, Independent Girl shops
Virtuous Girl, Glitter Girl, Hot Girl pops read more »

Top Notch Glamorous Thick Chick
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
What nerve you've got,MInerva Mott!
You're miserable!You're mean!
I'd like to tie you in a knot
and paint your stomach green.


I wish two tigers and a bear
Would chase you up a tree.
Minerva Mott! How could you dare
to name your dog for me?
By:Iraira Cedillo
1.4k · Mar 2014
Poems about friends for life
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Poem About Friends For Life
By Angelica N. Brissett
We are Friends
I got your back
You got mine,
I'll help you out
Anytime!
To see you hurt
To see you cry
Makes me weep
And wanna die
And if you agree
To never fight
By Iraira cedillo
To jessenia amaro
1.4k · Mar 2014
All poems
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
21–40 of 11462 Poems
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Faith
BY MICHAEL *******br>When I cannot believe,
The brown herds still move across green fields
Into the tufty hills, and I was born . . .
Teusaquillo, 1989
BY MAURICE KILWEIN GUEVARA
Flowering sietecueros trees:
How easily we married ourselves
to the idea of that bruised light . . .
Bright Pittsburgh Morning
BY MAURICE KILWEIN GUEVARA
This must happen just after I die: At sunrise
I bend over my grandparents' empty house in Hazelwood
and pull it out of the soft cindered earth by the Mon River. . . .
Hanukkah
BY HILDA MORLEY
This season for us, the Jews—
a season of candles,
                                      one more . . .
Winter Solstice
BY HILDA MORLEY
A cold night crosses
our path
                  The world appears . . .
And I in My Bed Again
BY HILDA MORLEY
Last night
                     tossed in
my bed . . .
alternate names for black boys
BY DANEZ SMITH
1.   smoke above the burning bush
2.   archnemesis of summer night
3.   first son of soil . . .
Listen
Attenuate the Loss and Find
BY ANNE WALDMAN
name appears
everywhere and in dream
body armor removed . . .
From “Citizen”
BY CLAUDIA RANKINE
/ 

You are in the dark, in the car, watching the black-tarred street being swallowed by speed; he tells you his dean is making him hire a person of color when there are so many great writers out there. . . .
Listen
History Will Decide
BY ANNE WALDMAN
All writing around the sides the persons a galaxy all writing resounds a hot history. All writing is in fact cut-ups history will decide games heated and heated economic behavior. To rise up scene all sounds of Tahrir and inside supply side threatened. A long delineation. Longer than I would . . .
ICC Kenya Trials: Witness
BY SHAILJA PATEL
was it so I could
never say
across a courtroom . . .
Mosaic
BY TIM SEIBLES
A carpet of light, the
ocean alive < half a moon
muting the stars. . . .
sideshow
BY DANEZ SMITH
Have I spent too much time worrying about the boys
killing each other to pray for the ones who do it
with their own hands? . . .
The Last Son of China
BY **** PING
.......................    hello hello hello    ...    Weiwei    ...    where have you been?    ...    I see you in dreams    ...    bleeding    ...    in the darkness of the . . .
The Skin of Sleep
BY MYRA SKLAREW
The skin of sleep
is thin. It will not hold.
Its contents stumble out. . . .
What Could Have Happened
BY SHAILJA PATEL
Wa
gal
la . . .
Everybody Has a Heartache: A Blues
BY JOY HARJO
In the United terminal in Chicago at five on a Friday afternoon
The sky is breaking with rain and wind and all the flights
Are delayed forever. We will never get to where we are going . . .
Good Friday
BY MARIA MELENDEZ KELSON
Jesus, I want my sins back.
My prattle, pride, and private prices — 
climbing, clinching, clocking —  . . .
ICE Agents Storm My Porch
BY MARIA MELENDEZ KELSON
The Indiscriminate Citizenry of Earth
are out to arrest my sense of being a misfit.
“Open up!” they bellow,
hands quiet before my door
that’s only wind and juniper needles, anyway.

You can’t do it, I squeak from inside.
You can’t make me feel at home here
in this time of siege for me . . .
Tablets
BY DUNYA MIKHAIL
1


She pressed her ear against the shell: . . .
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Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
The Talk
BY GAYLE DANLEY
Pretty soon we’ll have the talk.
She’ll ask me where babies come from
And I will lie to her: . . .

To the Man Who Shouted “I Like Pork Fried Rice” at Me on the Street
BY FRANNY CHOI
you want to eat me
out. right. what does it taste like
you want to eat me right out . . .
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
My brother's head should be replaced,
it's lighter than a feather,
he's trying to use tomato paste
to paste tomatoes together.
By:Iraira Cedillo
1.3k · Mar 2014
The greatest artist
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
1.The Greatest Artist
God is the greatest artist
To whom no one can compare,
Streaking sunsets very beautiful,
Painting rainbows in the air. read more »

Udiah (witness to Yah)
1.3k · Mar 2014
The mole and the eagle
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
The mole is blind, and under ground,
Snug as a nest her home is found;
She dwells secure,nor dreams of sight
What need of eyes where all is night!

The eagle proudly soars on high,
Bright as the sunbeams is his eye
To lofty rocks he wings his way,
And sits amid the blaze of day.

The mole needs not the eagles eye,
Unless she had his wings to fly
The light of the day no joy would give,
If under ground she still must live.

And sad 't would for the eagle be,
If like the mole,he could not see,
Unless you took his wings away,
And shut him from the hope of day

But both live happy in their way
One loves the night and one the day
And god formed each,and formed their sphere,
A d thus his goodness doth appear
By Iraira cedillo
1.2k · Mar 2014
My brother my wound
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
My Brother My Wound
BY NATALIE DIAZ
He was calling in the bulls from the street.
They came like a dark river — 
a blur of chest and hoof —  . . .
1.2k · Mar 2014
Many ones #100
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
161 to 180 of 3251 Poets
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Margaret Kaufman

Photo, Brownie Troop, St. Louis, 1949
Deborah Warren

Marginalia
Regan Huff

Occurrence on Washburn Avenue
Anne Marie Macari

From the Plane
Gerald Fleming

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Sebastian Matthews

Barbershop Quartet, East Village Grille
Charles Harper Webb

The Animals are Leaving
Zozan Hawez

Self-Portrait
Jose Angel Araguz

Gloves
Russell Libby (1956–2012)

Applied Geometry
Robert Haight

How Is It That the Snow
Early October Snow
Dan Lechay

Ghost Villanelle
James P. Lenfestey

Daughter
Robert Hedin (b. 1949)

The Old Liberators
My Mother's Hats
John Maloney

After Work
Kaelum Poulson

The Crow
Stuart Kestenbaum

Prayer for the Dead
Emmett Tenorio Melendez

My name came from . . .
Gary Dop

Father, Child, Water
On Swearing
Berwyn Moore

Driving to Camp Lend-A-Hand
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1.2k · Mar 2014
Ounce and bounce
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Bowen ounce and Owen bounce
fell off a speeding train,
both were rather fortunate,

Owen bounce,who weighed an ou ce,
Was cushioned by soft shrubbery,
Bowen ounce just bounced and bounced,
for he was round and rubbery.
Please follow me!!!
By:Iraira cedillo
1.2k · Mar 2014
My baby brother
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
My baby brother is so small,
he hasn't even learned to crawl.
He's only been around a week,
and all he seems to do is bawl
and wiggle, sleep. . . And leak.
By Iraira cedillo plissé follow me
1.2k · Mar 2014
A microscopic topic
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
I am a paramecium
That cannot do a simple sum,
And it's a rather well known fact
I'm quiet unable to subtract.

If I'd an eye, I'd surely cry
About the way I multiply,
For though I've often tried and tried,
I do it backward. . .and divide.
1.1k · Mar 2014
2 beach poems
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
7.Beach Chairs
Sitting on the beach chairs
watching the setting sun
holding hands and reminiscing
how it all begun read more »

joyce ebrecht
8.SO CLOSE
We are so close to the beach
And because we live so close
To the beach
It take us only ten minutes to read more »

Aldo Kraas
1.0k · Mar 2014
Best friends forever
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Best Friends Forever
By Iraira cedillo
Best Friends
The title we chose
But what does it mean to be “best friends”?
You should see each other every day?
Well that’s not true for you and me
Should silly little fights get in ..........
Votes: 836,  Rating: 4.21 , 12 Stories
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To jessenia amaro my best friend forever
By Iraira cedillo
1.0k · Mar 2014
Conceit
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Conceit
She spun a line. She knew he was listening to her.
She spun it and he took the fraying ends.
Whatever she was saying, it was cotton, . . .
986 · Mar 2014
Bruno mars-count on me
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
If you ever find yourself stuck in the middle of the sea
I'll sail the world to find you
If you ever find yourself lost in the dark and you can't see
I'll be the light to guide you
Find out what we're made of
When we are called to help out friends in need
You can count on me like one, two, three
I'll be there
And I know when I need it
I can count on you like four, three, two
You'll be there
Cause that's what friends are supposed to do
Oh yeah
Ooohhhh Ooohhhh
Ooh yeah yeah
If you're tossin' and you're turnin' and you just can't fall asleep
I'll sing a song beside you
And if you ever forget how much you really mean to me
Everyday I will remind you
Ohh
Find out what we're made of
When we are called to help our friends in need
You can count on me like one, two, three
I'll be there
And I know when I need it
I can count on you like four, three, two
You'll be there
Cause that's what friends are supposed to do
Oh yeah
Ooohhhh Ooohhhh
Ooh yeah yeah
You'll always have my shoulder when you cry
I'll never let go, never say goodbye
You know you can count on me like one, two, three
I'll be there
And I know when I need it
I can count on you like four, three, two
And you'll be there
Cause that's what friends are supposed to do
Oh yeah
Ooohhhh Ooohhhh
Ooh
You can count on me cause I can count on you (:
To jessenia
985 · Mar 2014
The new kid on the block
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
There's a new kid on the block,
And boy, that kid is tough,
That new kid punches hard,
That new kid plays real rough,
That new kid is big and strong,
With muscles everywhere,
That new kid tweaked my arm
That new kid pulled my hair

That new kid likes to fight,
And picks in all the guys,
that new kid scares me some,
(that new kid is twice my size)
That new kid stomped my toes,
That new kid swiped my ball,
That new kid's really bad,
I not care for her at all.
By Iraira cedillo
982 · Apr 2014
Haiku (My Dad)
Iraira Cedillo Apr 2014
My dad is the best
He is the best in the world
I love him a lot
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My dad is the best
He is the best in the world
I miss him a lot
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My mom and daddy
Are the best in the whole world
They are the bestest
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Haiku:
Using 5-7-5 syllables
965 · Mar 2014
Untitled
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
121 to 140 of 3251 Poets
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Michael Fried

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Julia de Burgos

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Keith Waldrop (b. 1932)

Shipwreck in Haven, Part Four
“Majesty”
Susan Hahn

Anthem
Alice Lyons

Developers
The Boom and After the Boom
Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
Kazim Ali (b. 1971)

Ramadan
Speech
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

Aftermath
Hymn to the Night
Sharon Olds (b. 1942)

I Could Not Tell
Chamber Thicket
Billy Collins (b. 1941)

Silence
Reading an Anthology of Chinese Poems of the Sung Dynasty, I Pause To Admire the Length and Clarity of Their Titles
Corina Copp

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Dorothea Grossman (1937–2012)

I have to tell you
For Allen Ginsberg
Bridget Lowe

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Diane Burns

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Beth Brant

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Terrance Hayes (b. 1971)

Stick Elegy
Cocktails with Orpheus
Ann Taylor (1782–1866)

The Baby's Dance
The Cut
Chrystos

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
Amit Majmudar (b. 1979)

The Miscarriage
Instructions to an Artisan
Linda Rodriguez

There are no poems by this poet on our website.
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959 · Mar 2014
Many ones in all
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
181 to 200 of 3251 Poets
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Joelle Biele

To Katharine: At Fourteen Months
Veronica Patterson

Marry Me
Rick Campbell

Heart
Mary-Sherman Willis

The Laughter of Women
Sharmila Voorakkara

For the Tattooed Man
Max Mendelsohn

Ode to Marbles
Jonathan Holden

Car Showroom
David Tucker

The Dancer
Today’s News
Marianne Boruch (b. 1950)

It includes the butterfly and the rat, the ****
Some dreamily smoke cigarettes, some track
Trish Dugger

Spare Parts
Carrie Shipers

Medical History
Love Poem for Ted Neeley In Jesus Christ Superstar
Steven Huff

Safe
Lee McCarthy

Santa Paula
William Kloefkorn

"I stand alone at the foot "
Jackson Wheeler

How Good Fortune Surprises Us
Steven Orlen (1942–2010)

Three Teenage Girls: 1956
In the House of the Voice of Maria Callas
Steven Schneider

Chanukah Lights Tonight
Jessy Randall

Superhero Pregnant Woman
Anne Pierson Wiese (b. 1964)

Inscrutable Twist
Columbus Park
Regina DeSalva

Snip Your Hair
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951 · Mar 2014
I love my best friends
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
My best friends love me and I love them too.
They are like my sisters and like my cousins.
We go together to school and do homework
Together.
We watch tv together and we sleep together
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
Today is a Fay to crow about,
it's a crowable sort of day,
For the crows have frightened the scarecrow,
and the scarecrow is running away.
By:Iraira Cedillo
Please follow me and make u more poems
Iraira Cedillo Mar 2014
A Poem For Best Friends, You

I still remember the first day we met
We were too shy to say much at all
It's funny to think back to that time
Because now we're having a ball!

They say that true friendship
By iraira cedillo
To jessenia amaro my besets friend forever in my life
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