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Latest 5 Poems of Lorraine Colon

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  • POEM: Serendipity by kassem oude (4/23/2016 7:38:00 PM)

    This is an interesting poem. You show the reader the good and bad aspects of the mulberry tree. If given a chance to grow and mature, it just might surprise us pleasantly. After all, every living thing, including human beings, has good and bad characteristics. Time, and a bit of tolerance on our part are all that are necessary for each living thing to grow to its full potential. Every living thing deserves a chance. There is a lesson to be learned from this. Well written, Kassem.

  • POEM: Moon's Halo by kassem oude (4/18/2016 7:35:00 PM)

    Some people are like the moon - they are seen as flawless and are admired, because many have sung their praises. But upon closer inspection, the truth is there to be seen. When something - or someone - has been admired for a long time, people no longer question their admiration. It is taken for granted and expected. There is a good lesson to be learned from this poem. Do not listen to the praises of others, but take a close look for yourself and then decide if it is worthy of the praise. Well written, Kassem.

  • POEM: A Rural Scene. by Jak Black (4/14/2016 7:45:00 PM)

    Excellent rhyming and choice of words that compel vivid images. No cityscape could compare to this wonderful rural scene. What a delightful poem.

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