find what you love by eL7e Dylan by Samitha Hess Gil Scott-Heron by chelsgus Street Poetry Is My Everyday by forgottentongue Bird on a wire by MarieG what matters most by eL7e Gil Scott-Heron by chelsgus Walt Whitman by ixrid Edgar Allan Poe by Karl Whitney Muse by Aimee Stewart The Poetess by Aimee Stewart Because You’re Not A Poet Don’t forget dear, / that I am a poet / I could slaughter you with words like razor blades O Captain My Captain by waywardtees The Earth Laughs in Flowers by Dylan DeLosAngeles Dylan by Samitha Hess O me! O life! by Laurynsworld Edgar Poet by sandygrafik Miles to Go Robert Frost by Kimberose The sweetest dreams by John Edwards Hey , That's No Way To Say Goodbye by LoveringArts She  heard a voice singing.............. by Photography  by Mathilde Float Like a Butterfly, Sting like a Bee; Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay by TOM HILL - Designer The poetry that fills her heart shows in her eyes. by micklyn Emily Dickinson's Robin by Bonnie T.  Barry Splendor in the Grass and Glory in the Flower by Bonnie T.  Barry Where the Sidewalk Ends... by Carol Knudsen I'M NIETZSCHE, BIETZSCHES by CelsoPelegrini Johnny (street poet) by Robert Knapman dps 3 by ryan  munson Charles Bukowski by James  Arguile Sex with Dead Poets You came to me at arms length, / crooked and tame / like a horny old mutt, / rare and diseased like I like; / brilliant and crawling with … Andrea Gibson by GabrielAsegawa Nevermore by weheartdogs the whole world by Renda Dodge Dub Poet by AlexanderPip leonard cohen - master of words by Basic Billy Boy Brown Wild Nights! Wild Nights! by Mary Ann Reilly Street Poetry Is My Everyday by forgottentongue My Lust …your fingers draw masterpieces on my body, / wetting my skin and my apetite, … Percy Shelley's Life by CoolFRI Gil Scott Heron by CodyNorris broken down, you don't understand by Kristin Reynolds Beatnik III by MidnightAkita I LIKE BIG BOOKS AND I CANNOT LIE.. by Sir Reads-a-Lot by Rob Price Portal by Jay Taylor John Muir  by jeastphoto Breathe now for the last breath is gone Come. / We are all invited to laugh at Love’s funeral. perhaps a poet? by Randi Antonsen Lord Byron Romantic by Greenbaby Dead Poets Society: YOLO, BITCHES by Groatsworth My One and Only Chance Before you came into my life / I thought I’d set my ways. / I did not need a little one / To clutter up my days. / I did not have the… the romantic poet by Loui  Jover Poet by justtees Things we say today that we owe to William Shakespeare. by SoftSocks Beautiful Fight by eL7e The unspoken language of Poets People speak many languages, / languages spoken by other people, / from other lands where / the other people speak / the same words, / in … Things we say today that we owe to William Shakespeare. by SoftSocks The Artist Two streets down from broken: / his eyes are / all the bread he needs; / his mind all the fire / he breathes; his hands, / but a thimble of… Goest Fucketh Thyself.  by oliveink ~ Take from me my pen ~ Take from me my pen / and I shall mourn as though love is lost / as though my bed lay empty Football & Slavery Bought, sold, and paid for by the owners of the game / Just like in a real American election Walk With Me … …we shall make love unimagined, / send blushing stars across endless skies, … The romance of living the most subtle of absolute… In the end there is only fantastic vision— / an end to diversion, and the division / of most likely scenarios. / Where have all the Baudel… Edgar Allan Poe by Chloe van Leeuwen Sappho by Auguste Mengin by troycap Poet by Kristin Reynolds the metaphysical poet by Loui  Jover Betjeman by Mark Baldwyn Beware All! Copyrights infringements – Ale… I have today had notice that my ‘Ode to a rose on a sunset’ which was a collaborative feature with Mariska last month in Digital Art Compil… Moved by Gigi! As Simple as a Thank You ----A Poe… … in the center / of a large and open and empty space LITTLE ROSIE PIXEL (A Children’s Poem) She danced like light could sew a picture / Through the needle eyed Poet surreal black and white pen ink drawing by Vitaliy Gonikman LOVE LETTERS; AND THE SHEER HANDS OF POETS I lost a poem once, / it was marked: / RETURN TO SENDER; / a lily of the valley / graced its stamp, / scented and ready / for deep. / The l… The Pen is mightier than the Sword. by SoftSocks Poets' Corner by Ellis Nadler Aspects There are many sides to me. He seduced her at the bus station with a love poem by Ina Mar Whitman by Jim Roberts making love in the sky while the party spins on b… I mix drinks on the roof / (there’s a party going on / below) / but here I am / all alone with the stars / for a hat, / and my heart / in … Bob Dylan Lyric Portrait by Donal Murphy Allen Ginsberg by jeastphoto The Poet and his Brother by Rowan  Lewgalon To be or not to be by squidyes The Poet by Pam Humbargar on Route 66 Come get your kicks / on Route 66 / You’ll be the center of the mix / Where big cars hit the sticks / on Route 66 The Sorted Affairs of Morning I. / The evening settles up her debts / in vacant lots and houses—vacant / rooms like runways, filled with empty men. / 7:30 and my shoes a… Time and Eternity by John Edwards By the leave of love And laugh with mysteries of how alone together is Allen Ginsberg by TatiDuarte like starlight dividing my heart, from the moment I know I'm alive by Kristin Reynolds fairy lights by © Karin  Taylor Poe by divebargraphics Bob Dylan  by thehippievegan A conversation between Poet and Man Begging the Poet his bread, a man asks, / “How is it you write those words? / How is it you know how to string them along, / finer and more… Robbie Burns Portrait by littleartists Love came down at Christmas . . . by Bonnie T.  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