Poems about Home poems

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A Watch Sent Home To Mrs. Eliz: King, Wr.. by William Strode

Goe and count her better houres;They more happie are than ours.The day that gives her any blisseMake it as long againe as tis:The houre shee smiles in lett it beeBy thy art increas'd to three:Bu

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Home Sweet Home by Luwi Habte

Better than higher hotelHome sweet home is better to be thereMore than better areas for funHome sweet home is better for napMore than a vacation to great statesHome sweet home is better space

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No Letters From Home! by Henry Clay Work

A stranger lies ill, in a distant city,With no - - letters from home!The glances that meet him, in lieu of pity,Are querring, "Why does he roam?""Oh, heed my request," says he, "else 'twere better

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The Hock-Cart, Or Harvest Home:To The Ri.. by Robert Herrick

Come, Sons of Summer, by whose toilWe are the lords of wine and oil:By whose tough labours, and rough hands,We rip up first, then reap our lands.Crown'd with the ears of corn, now come,And, to th

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At Home by Valery Yaklovich Bryusov

It's all so familiar and clear,My eye's accustomed to every turn; I'm not mistaken- I'm at home;The wallpaper flowers, the chains of books...I don't disturb yesterday's ashes -The fire here has

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Home Permanent Home by Hasmukh Amathalal

Home permanent home You may welcomeIf you have decent homeGreet each otherAnd gracefully offerIt takes timeTo build in life timeSometimes it may not be realizedAnd you will see it as dazed

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My Parents Have Come Home Laughing by Mark Jarman

My parents have come home laughingFrom the feast for Robert Burns, late, on foot;They have leaned against graveyard walls,Have bent double in the glittering frost,Their bladders heavy with tea and

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Far From My Heavenly Home by Henry Francis Lyte

Far from my heavenly home,Far from my Father’s breast,Fainting I cry, blest Spirit, comeAnd speed me to my rest.My spirit homeward turnsAnd fain would thither flee;My heart, O Zion, droops an

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. Nursing Home Neglect by Donna Nimmo

I've seen those who are suffering very badThose whose mere existence very sadI am blessed to be well and alive each dayFor those people I continue to prayI have seen so much neglect and abuseFor

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A Ballade Of Home by Enid Derham

LET others prate of Greece and Rome, And towns where they may never be,The muse should wander nearer home. My country is enough for me; Her wooded hills that watch the sea,Her inland miles

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Home To Me by Tim DiVito

You feel like home to me, Like a comfortable easy chair. A place where I can be myself, Where I can go to be free. You feel like home to me, Like a warm cozy bed, On a dark Winter's night, Prot

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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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