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Art Cinquain Poems | Cinquain Poems About Art

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FLIGHTS OF FANCY

In touch
with nature,
artistic libido
releases chimera,onto 
the wing


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Rainbow Colors (Cinquain)

Rainbow
Colorful arch
Heavenly gracious light
Glorious feeling from above
Colors



© Joseph, 8/19/07
© All Rights Reserved


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Two reasons

Poems,
Purpose are two.
To stretch the language of
ones home.  And to tell tall tales of 
Truth 
And lies


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Say Cheese

Moment,
One point in time,
Waiting to be captured,
Focus, aperture, shutter speed,
Picture.


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IRONY

IRONY
Epic  irony.
Epic is irony.
The irony is epic.
Irony.


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CENQUAIN

CENQUAIN (CENQUAIN) 

In short 
Twenty plus two syllables 
Within five unrhymed lines 
Distributed in a poem makes 
Cinquain 

December 17, 2002

By Mohlouoa Ntsasa


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Revival

Repel
The sounds of hate
Fate, voices of fury
That grip the heart in an icy
Embrace.

Repeat
The sounds of love
Words, songs and special gifts
That lift the heart upon the wings
Of doves.

Return
The sounds of joy
With a voice filled with songs
That seize the heart, no longer wronged
Royal.

Rejoice
With sounds of cheers
For here comes the new sun 
And all hearts can be lifted up
In peace.

By CarolineCécile
Copyright  © 08/18/10


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time

As Time Goes By 

Each grain of sand 
On the waste of Sahara
Is a word spoken
A lover´s whisper
A story told and 
A song sung.
And now lizards and
Snakes burrow under 
The sand to
Escape the fierce sun. 


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A Black Woman's Love

Hear the loud deafening cries of a black woman
A woman once silenced by pain unknown to every man
I was stuck in a human’s field yielding contaminated crop and weeds
Weeds from a seed fertile with deception and greed
Planted by his divided heart of more want than need
 
I loved him with every fibre, muscle and bone cartilage
But even that could not save me from this fatal carnage
I was caught in the eye of a storm of love
A love never meant to be yet fit so perfectly like a glove
My soul took it all in with no inhibitions or measures
The promises turned to lies of mere guilty pleasures
I experienced the agony of watching a lover love another
My voiceless heart shattered in agony like no other
 
But I stood still in the midst of rolling sea billows
Now I have become renewed like freshly growing willows
I’ve silenced my cry and my tears have run dry
Although my love for him may never die,
I can move on and still try
Knowing inside that a black woman’s love,
Though sometimes it may hurt and cry,
Like deep blue running waters, it will never run dry…


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Poetry


Poet's
Play with the rhyme
Words parley on paper 
Pursuing points penned in the night
Perfect!


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