In some sense, it could be argued a category about Life is a vague, nebulous cop-out. Any poem ever penned by Man or Woman would surely gain ready admittance here. All poems, almost by definition, are about Life.

But don't, for a moment, think that makes this category any less important. On the contrary, if the poems and topics you are about to explore are about Life, then they are also about you.

No one person can ever experience all that life has to offer. It is only through sharing - experiences, feelings, insights - that we can hope to grow beyond our own meager lifetime. Are you ready to grow today?

Let the countdown begin.

  • #50
    Krysta Wagner
    Poems on Life: "It's a dog's life" isn't always a good thing.
  • #49
    Sudhir Iyer
    Poems on Life: Tomorrow is a mystery. But do we really know a great deal more about the past?
  • #48
    Judy Burnette
    Poems on Life - Poems on Society: Social stigma can sometimes destroy lives. But seldom love.
  • #47
    Amy Reynolds
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: Things change, children grow into adults - and still the cycle of Life continues.
  • #46
    Ellie LeJeune
    Poems on Life: Life doesn't just exist. By definition, it lives. And that inevitably means growth.
  • #45
    Millette Addison
    Poems on Life - Poems on Society: Perhaps that dirty, penniless person sleeping in the street is something more than you might think?
  • #44
    Paul Wilson
    Poems on Life - Attack on America Poems: From America That which does not destroy us can only make us stronger. If we but allow it.
  • #43
    Alotta
    Poems on Life - Poems on Society: Rape is a crime against society. But more than that, it is a vicious crime against humanity.
  • #42
    Dan McDonald
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: Some poems take a little longer to write than others - like 17 years. This poem is a touching tribute, not just to a grandfather, but also to ways of Life.
  • #41
    Sally
    Poems on Life: This poem is about single parents who seem to find strength even when it seems impossible.
  • #40
    Lorrie Williams
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: This poet writes while her children are buzzing around her - about children buzzing around. Every parent can appreciate this one...
  • #39
    April Elizabeth
    Poems on Life: Do fairies exist? Perhaps we need but look in a mirror to find one.
  • #38
    Shannon Vanderstelt
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: Maybe the worst thing about being young is watching those you love grow old.
  • #37
    Red
    Poems on Life: We are often shaped as much by the pain in our life as by the joys.
  • #36
    Rebecca Drollinger
    Poems on Life: Do you search for happiness? If so, there is a very real and rare Truth for you within this poem.
  • #35
    Lisa Teller
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: This poem was subtitled "A Tribute To Mother." I guess that pretty much says it all.
  • #34
    Candice Winn
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: In some families, poetry is an important - and very beautiful - way to communicate.
  • #33
    Mom
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: A mother's heart is her child.
  • #32
    Theresa Rodriguez
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: Is there anyone who knows more about you?
  • #31
    Annastasia Aressia
    Poems on Life: Life is a long series of discrete events, all leading to one all-important discovery.
  • #30
    Kit McCallum
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: The relationship between Father and Daughter is a special one - even if that is sometimes forgotten.
  • #29
    Joyce Sousa
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: The mother and son relationship is always a special one. But it takes a talented writer to put that into words.
  • #28
    Nicole Garcia
    Poems on Life - Family Poems: Of all the people that decorate your life, few will stir the memories more than your mother.
  • #27
    Skyfyre
    Poems on Life: There are few ways to learn more about your own inner workings than to define yourself poetically.
  • #26
    Kit McCallum
    Poems on Life: In times of desperation, sometimes what we seek cannot be easily found. Or can it?
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