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These poems have been written and submitted by people in all realms of all types of recovery.  They are wonderful poems on many different topics.  If you would like us to post your work here, please just SUBMIT YOUR WORK.  Just click on a button below to view the Desired Poem.  We hope you enjoy the work.  Thanks. 

Click Your Desired Poem Below:

Of The Heart ] 23rd & A Half Psalm ] I Asked... ] Came to a Meeting ] Judge Not ] Breathe You In ] Not The End ] Colors Of Life ] Socrates ] The Masters Hands ] The AA Way ] Desiderata ] I am thankful ] 12 Step Visit From St ] Anyway ] THE ROAD OF LIFE ] I Thee Wed ]

Below are some links to Poetry that is not from recovering people, or even on recovering topics, but still beautiful all the same.  Maya Angelo, Robert Frost and more to watch read their poetry and stories online.  Check them out!

Watch Mayo Angelo Speak.  She talks about her inspirational Uncle Willie.

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This Website was last updated on:  June 17, 2008

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