Poems about Home poems

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Home by Victor Osorio

Dream with pain from youAwake with pain from youI'm afraid to be aloneI'm afraid to stay at homeGather myself to fall againI'm better off deadThen breathing until the endOn second thought, mayb

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Welcome Home by Robert Fuller Murray

The fire burns brightAnd the hearth is clean swept,As she likes it kept,And the lamp is alight.She is coming to-night.The wind's east of late.When she comes, she'll be cold,So the big chair is

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Look Home by Robert Southwell

Retired thoughts enjoy their own delights,As beauty doth in self-beholding eye ;Man's mind a mirror is of heavenly sights,A brief wherein all marvels summed lie,Of fairest forms and sweetest shape

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The Feet Of People Walking Home by Emily Dickinson

7The feet of people walking homeWith gayer sandals go—The Crocus— til she risesThe Vassal of the snow—The lips at HallelujahLong years of practise boreTil bye and bye these BargemenWalk

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I Want My Own Home by Unknown Me...

I want my own homeA home I’ll long to be in itA home where there is real peaceA home I can get intoAnytime I wanted tooWith the doors wide openA home with a TVA TV I can watch onAs long as

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Come Home With Me by jodi right

I see you there standing aloneSo lonely, so brokenHollow inside you searchSearch for a guideTo take you to unknown placesTo Comfort you, to hold you closeTo take you homeYour face stays emotio

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My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night! by Stephen C. Foster

1 The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home,2 'Tis summer, the darkies are gay,3 The corn top's ripe and the meadow's in the bloom4 While the birds make music all the day.5

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Where Thou Art—that—is Home by Emily Dickinson

725Where Thou art—that—is Home—Cashmere—or Calvary—the same—Degree—or Shame—I scarce esteem Location's Name—So I may Come—What Thou dost—is Delight—Bondage as Play—b

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Come Home. Danny by Frank V. Gardner

The day that Danny went awayHe didn't make a fuss.It was the second day of May....He left a note for us.It said he'd join us later on....He wanted better life.God knows we tried before he left,

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When You Meet A Man From Your Own Home T.. by Franklin Pierce Adams

Sing, O Muse, in treble clef, A little song of the A.E.F., And pardon me, please, if I give vent To something akin to sentiment. But we have our moments Over Here When we want to cry and we want

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When The Boys Come Home by John Hay

There's a happy time coming, When the boys come home. There's a glorious day coming, When the boys come home. We will end the dreadful story Of this treason dark and gory In a sunburst of glory,

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When Thou Must Home To Shades Of Undergr.. by Thomas Campion

When thou must home to shades of underground, And there arriv'd, a new admired guest, The beauteous spirits do engirt thee round, White Iope, blithe Helen, and the rest, To hear th

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