Let this collection of easy poems encourage and inspire you. You will find these poems
straightforward and are easy to recite. But they all contain wisdom of life and
some may bring a smile to your face.
We hope you enjoy this collection and you find inspiration from the Poet's words.
The Kingdom of Doubt
John F Zurn, © 2019
Doubt is a worry
that winds up the mind
Doubt knows the what if
But can’t solve the why
Doubt feels the pressure
To stand and be heard
Doubt is the person
Who won’t say a word
Doubt feels uncertain
In moments of peace
Doubt finds the problems
In all that he seeks
Doubt causes anguish
If life turns to gloom
Doubt needs to give up
Before fear consumes
Doubt fills the prophet
Who speaks without truth
Doubt heeds the warnings
Of those without proof
Doubt is the kingdom
Of what might have been
Doubt can’t be open
When love comes again
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, © 2008
When the road seems long
And you don't feel so strong
Don't be overwhelmed,
focus on the good
and you will see that you could
achieve your goal, finish the journey
by taking one step after another
Poet: Julie Fletcher Carney
Little deeds of kindness,
little words of love,
help to make earth happy
like the heaven above.
Poems About Happiness
Stick It Out
And many a failure turns about
when he might have won had he stuck it out.
Don't give up though the pace seems slow -
you may succeed with another blow.
Poems About Failure
If your lips would keep from slips,
Five things observe with care:
Of whom you speak, to whom you speak,
And how and when and where.
Poems of Encouragement
Poet: Edgar Guest
For Age is not alone of time,
or we should never see
Men old and bent at forty
and men young at seventy-three.
To You, From Me
Poet: Jaymac, © 1994
For you, this day,
A rainbow 'cross the sky,
A safe, clear way
Without the asking: "Why?"
Just simple beauty
There for all to see,
A gift of gentle love
To you, from me!
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The Superior Man
The way of a superior man is threefold:
Virtuous, he is free from anxieties;
Wise, he is free from perplexities;
Bold, he is free from fear.
Poems About Winning
Margaret E. Bruner
I found the task that I had dreaded so
Was not so difficult when once begun;
It was the dread itself that was the foe,
And dread once conquered means a victory won.
Day by Day
Poet: George Klingle
God broke the years to hours and days,
That hour by hour
And day by day,
Just going on a little way,
We might be able all along
To keep quite strong.
Genius I Met
Poet: Jaymac, © 1988
Genius I met the other day
He looked at me and walked away
What did he see, thought I with frown,
Fellow genius or happy clown?
I laughed, then, at my own self-folly
(And safe beneath my humour's brolly)
I walked with lightsome feet grown free
By the happy clown I strive to be!
Wouldst shape a noble life? Then cast
No backward glances toward the past,
And though somewhat be lost and gone,
Yet do thou act as one new-born;
What each day needs, that shalt thou ask,
Each day will set its proper task.
Poems About Life
Poet: Amelia Earhart
Courage is the price
that life extracts
for granting peace.
The soul that knows it not,
knows no release
from little things.
How Sweet To Hear
Poet: John McLeod, © 1989
How sweet to hear in evening's hush
A song-thrush caroling its joy,
When sunset paints its carmine blush
And day's dull straws no more employ
The mind, and as one's rest draws near
A few quiet moments linger yet
To count rich memories so dear . . .
The love of Life one can't forget!
The Power Of Little Things
Poet: Francis Ridley Havergal
The memory of a kindly word for long gone by,
The fragrance of a fading flower sent lovingly,
The gleaming of a sudden smile or sudden tear.
The warm pressure of the hand. the tone of cheer.
The note that only bears a verse from God’s own Word: —
Such tiny things we hardly count as ministry.
The givers deeming they have shown scant sympathy;
But when the heart is overwrought. oh, who can tell
The power of such tiny things to make it well!
One Can Make A Poem . . .
Poet: Jaymac, © 1990
One can make a poem out of anything,
Once when I was little (before I was big that is),
(Well I really wasn't that little, - but what I
mean is, before I really was as big as I am now)...
Well anyway, before I was big
I wrote a little poem about what it would be like
To be big.
As it turned out the little poem became a very big poem
Just like this one!
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