Eternity Poems

Popular Eternity Poems
Botox
by Leon Moon

an angel is reborn
without wings or horn
an angel is reborn.

a perfect child
with no memory of dawn
with no knowledge at all.

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An hour, A day, A time and A year
by Khayelihle Bongiswa Gamedze

Of time 'twas told that seasons be;
A time for all activity.

An hour for birth, an hour to die.
To laugh and play, an hour to cry.

An hour to kill, an hour to heal;
An hour to tear, an hour to seal.

An hour to wail, an hour to dance...

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Poetry Is Hot, Alive And Well
by Hébert Logerie

Poetry is not dead
Poetry will never die
Poets do not lie
Poetry is naturally well-fed
With vibrant poems every second
Of the day to make the soil more fecund
The brain is alert and strong
Nothing can possibly go wrong
Poetry is ubiquitous
Poetry is sexy and serendipitous

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Meteor
by Leon Moon

the most piercing stare
is a vacant stare.

emptiness is full
and relies on its own air.

these words are too much
and so they are not enough.

mouths cannot speak truth

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Silks of Eden
by Leon Moon

green, orange and purple are all in agreement
that black and white are synonyms
destroying each other’s silence
the conflict arises

first - total - final

when one of the three supposes
it is them solely who create both colours:
they rely on each other to confirm their definite,

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Recent Eternity Poems
Botox
by Leon Moon

an angel is reborn
without wings or horn
an angel is reborn.

a perfect child
with no memory of dawn
with no knowledge at all.

Continue reading
Meteor
by Leon Moon

the most piercing stare
is a vacant stare.

emptiness is full
and relies on its own air.

these words are too much
and so they are not enough.

mouths cannot speak truth

......

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Silks of Eden
by Leon Moon

green, orange and purple are all in agreement
that black and white are synonyms
destroying each other’s silence
the conflict arises

first - total - final

when one of the three supposes
it is them solely who create both colours:
they rely on each other to confirm their definite,

......

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The Soldier's Refrain
by Leon Moon

I awoke to my own corpse
And flowers my lover brought.
The war was fought
And not fought enough.

We had died dutifully
And followed orders perfectly.
The war was understood
But not understood enough.


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Sonnet15: Eternity, Which Undenied To Us, Must Remain
by Pijush Biswas

Eternity, which undenied to us, must remain
In all's mortality; all, we, must lay fast asleep
When it will call, or death, out-door, will peep-
We must not deny, as each we did disdain.
Glory- - as a recumbent's hope is far away
Or, 'betwixt death and life former is sooner
We are blind, as if, upon movement dogs stray
We become sordid, unwanted, to give a drop water
To forth lives, which are utterly not ours' own.
We must not find a boon, we'll entirely lose

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Popular Poets about Eternity From Members
  • Leon Moon
    Leon Moon (4 poems about Eternity)
    May 2000 - Rutland
  • MBJ PANCRAS
    MBJ PANCRAS (1 poems about Eternity)
    India, August 22, 1961