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Procrastination

To do Or not to do? Tomorrow is next day I promise I will do it then That's when!

Copyright © john beharry

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The Seeking

13 February 2010

The Seeking
By: Noel N. Villarosa

Cinquain poem

Worries,
blaming oneself
for the ungrateful work
seeking a forgiveness to ease
the pain.

Copyright © Noel Villarosa

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SOFT NIGHT



In the softness of night, eyes fold to end hours’ toil as moon cuddles new longings, etched on dreams. Contest: Sara Kendrick’s Cinquain 6/10/2015 nette onclaud

Copyright © nette onclaud

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Be Blessed

a garland of cinquains
Be blessed, seek God's face. All you who fear the Lord are blessed daily walking His ways. Shalom Work done in God's employ, is done for those you love, their well-being will be your joy likewise. Fruitful will be your wife, the heart of your household. Your children, vital, full of life, your hope Your song is God's delight. The strength of your homeland the guiding light at your work site His truth Children of your children will live to called you blessed. You seek God's counsel for your kin, sweet peace. Be blessed in God's employ - the heart of your household the guiding light at your work site sweet peace.
based on Psalm 128 a garland of cinquains is six linked cinquains, Five are written normally (they do not have to rhyme) in 2,4,6,8.2 syllable lines and the sixth is composed of the respective lines from each of the first five. 4

Copyright © Reason A. Poteet

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A Work of Art

 
A touch of many shades creates a work of art which remains for all time, so should mankind. By CarolineCécile © 03.06.12

Copyright © Caroline Cécile Delacroix

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Helping Hand

goodwill
starves at mental
dissonance of hungry
charity ringer who takes some
dollars

Copyright © Effie Blake

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Circles

Circles
Round forms
Turning flips in water
Comforting group of close friendships
Cliques

Copyright © Marie Harrison

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A Skill for Life

Math
Extensive & Complicated
Solving, substituting, subtracting!
It's a skill for life, 
Arithmatic

Copyright © Sienna Muniz

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A Work of Art

Unique
as a snowflake,
a precious work of art,
a masterpiece fashioned in His
image

Inspired from Eph 2:10

Copyright © Brian Strand

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Play and Work (Cinquain)

Play
No work
Makes poor platter
Fallen house no shelter
And for want of nail a war lost!
Equal must!

Copyright © Angela Lisle

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Me

Me
always me
answering bell calls
no one else comes running,
me.

Copyright © jacque lee

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Poet

Poet
Word traveler
Letting us see his mind
Pen and paper always with you
Poet

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago

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Complete

Complete
Always finished 
Needs no more attention
All details for everyone
The end

Copyright © cecil hickman

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sequence-OUR SIGNATURE WORK

Silent
invisible
transparent,silhouettes;
poetic dna we see,
in part-
unique
impetuous,
digital folios-
vehicles in verse which unlace,
our hearts

To complement my blog today Signature Tune

Copyright © Brian Strand

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Goddess

Goddess
Adelaide Crapsey
Versifying unknown souls
With tinge of dawn
Poetess

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago

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Paintings

Paintings,
Artistic renderings,
Purposefully portray elements.
Pleasure, surprise, sorrow, anticipation
Reciprocate. 

© July 12, 2010
Dane Smith-Johnsen

Copyright © Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

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Scythe

A sigh
through silent grass 
at noon, as knee-high green 
falls down in tangles. Then again
silence.


Copyright © Taylor Graham