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To Charmaine

There was a girl named Charmaine
So sweet, not one to complain
Her words did ignite
Put flames in the night
Her rhymes are pretty not plain

Her use of each metaphor
Will lead to visions galore
Like honey and cream
They sweeten each dream
That’s why her rhymes we adore

She writes with class and finesse
Each line has her sweet caress
She flirts with the moon
And makes poets swoon
Her heart is sweet, I confess

So, Girl…here’s looking at you
You bring us visions brand new 
Your words are sublime
They have a sweet chime
For you're are a poet so true

Eileen Manassian

I’m blessed to call Charmaine a friend. I adore her heart and her spirit. She doesn’t have a shadow of malice in her sweet character. Her poetry is of the finest…and yet she is so humble about it. This was inspired by her latest poem….I Think of You. It is just…..sublime. I truly can’t do it justice. Love you, Charmaine….I truly do!!

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The Sweetheart Of The Soup

Charmaine my love, you're the sweetheart of the Soup Everyone adores you including this nincompoop If you ever leave So many would grief Probably thousands would leave including this old coot © Jack Ellison 2015

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To Bring PD a Smile

Our lauded poet’s PD
With a soul sovereign and free
She knows what to write
It’s sheer dynamite
And her posts fill you with glee

Her work just drips with honey
As cute as she is funny
She’s one of the best
And this is no jest
Her words are oh so yummy

PD, our hats off to you
In this site, you are the glue
Your poems rank high
And that is just why
Our praise is honored and true.

In Honor of PD
NOT for A.O’s Contest- I didn't read the rules before I wrote this! :(
May 23, 2013

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Observing the brilliant moon's shine
o’er the Isles of smiles is fine
a magic elixer
an attitude fixer
works better than any fine wine

*maayong gabii sa akong rayna

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Tributick - Theresa Marie

O’er beautiful hills there’s a valley to see
Another more special, never will be
way up in the north
sweet songs spring forth
From the heart of Theresa Marie

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Connie Marcum Wong

              My dear friend Connie Marcum Wong planted a rainbow tree
                   Under Luna's night she wrote a God's Kind Of Poetry
                              Embracing mother Earth she stood
                                In life's garden- bird in a wood
                    Laid golden eggs in silver beds for all of us for free

A Tribute to Connie Marcum Wong,Moon Maiden of Poetry

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Tributick - Bev Smith

There’s a versatile poet named Bev
her words give my emotions a rev
for they reach deep inside
my indelible hide
for such work I should pay many lev*

*the basic monetary unit of Bulgaria, equal to 100 stotinki
(according to Macbook’s onboard dictionary)

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Tibutick - Andrea Dietrick

sub title:  Always cheerful Andie

There is a fine soup poet called Andie
With lim’riks she’s really quite handy
I’ll also tell you,
it’s certainly true
the rest of her poems are quite dandy.

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My Sweet Kimmie

I know a young lady named Kimmie A big smacker I wish she could gimmie Plus a long distant squeezie From this dear Asian sweetie Would sure put a zing in my dinghy © Jack Ellison 2015

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Tributick - Richard Lamoureux

This partic’lar tribute was so hard to write
For I did not want the wordsmith to slight
his words are precise
whether naughty or nice
figg’r ‘em out keeps me up in the night

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Kim Patrice Nunez

There's sure a lot of sweeties living amongst us Kimmie is one, her charms make me gush She lives far away But we talk every day One could say it's a long distance crush © Jack Ellison 2015

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Tributick - njeri hunjeri

njeri hunjeri’s a lass
with grit and plenty of sass
she oft makes me smile
and linger a while
with words that send me to class

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Tributick -Eve Roper

Colors make love to the eyes
Words can be colors disguised
from Eve’s poet pen
her paintings begin
artistry I highly prize 

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Tributick - Catie Lindsey

Catie has a wonderful smile
Catie has a heart-bending style
writes poems with emotion
but no excess commotion
with me, her words linger awhile

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To Heather Ober

The sweet girl’s name is Heather
Wispy…light as a feather
She read my first rhyme
She thought it sublime
Her words bring sunny weather

Straight off she made me a fav
My little heart she did save
She liked what she read
My starved heart she fed
A boost to my soul she gave

Oh Heather, this one's for you
You're a sweetheart through and through
You’re eyes sparkle bright
You light up this site
You’re a dear friend tried and true!

Eileen Manassian Ghali

Some time ago, I was going through my first poems trying to find something out when I came upon this post from Heather on my very first poem published here, Dying Young:

"Oh, wow, Eileen... This is heartbreaking. I've had thoughts like these before. I am adding this to my faves - and I'm adding you to my fave poets list! You are awesome!"

Today I was reminded of it, and I just want to thank Heather personally for being so kind to a new poetess! How absolutely sweet. :) She is adorable, yes? And with one accord they all gave a resounding...."YES!"

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A good friend to us all is our Kim,
Who wears bikinis when off for a swim,
Of course we all dig her,
With her gorgeous figure...
But it’s Jim that Kim is keeping trim.

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Mistress Of Mirth

Her real name's Jan, the Mistress of Mirth She tickles our fancies with every verse Where are our “fancies” Are they inside our panties With two minds like ours it could have been worse © Jack Ellison 2015

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Tributick - Kim Patrice Nunez

sub-title:  Kim and the One Thousand Aisles

Uh pardon, I think that’d be Isles
Also the land of plentiful smiles
like our poet Kim,
who isn’t a prim
she’s a lady who turns up our dials.

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Tributick - Jan Cervenka

There’s a somewhere Texan nearby
wait, “nearby” in Texas won’t fly
to Jan, my soup friend
so good with a pen
from this winter-Texan...Goodbye!

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Dear FJ Is Back

Dear Flo is back, hang out the flags It's been way too long, a real drag She's promised me this She'll honour my wish So we'll once more enjoy this sweet scallywag © Jack Ellison 2015

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Tributick - Jan Allison

O ‘er in the Brit Isle of Mann
Lives a sparkling fire named Jan
With a flick of her wrist,
her poems give a twist
So, often I’m knocked on my can.

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Judy, Judy, Judy

Judy, Judy, Judy... Judy Konos is the one I mean Not the famous Cary Grant quote, he uttered on the screen In “Only Angels Have Wings” His famous quote still rings But Judy Konos is the one who makes my old heart sing © Jack Ellison 2015

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Richard D Seal

There once was a man named SEAL
Whose posts made Orchid just squeal
He’d tease and cajole
For he had no soul
But still, he had some appeal

He gave her many a name
Pushed buttons- feeling no shame
She’d give him a slap
That quaint English chap
Their friends just laughed at their game!!!

His posts all brightened her day
He knew just what he should say
He’d make her smile bright
Right after each "fight"
Then chase her worries away

R Seal, here’s looking at you
But first, there's something to do
Come leave me a post
Or you will be toast
I’ll feed you my Orchid brew!

For Judy Konos' Contest
Write a Poem
Reposted on February 1, 2015

Richard D Seal was once active on the Soup. He gave me the name Desert Orchid, one that I cherish even though it is the name of a RACE HORSE! See what I mean?  He'd tease me incessantly...and drive me quite crazy, but I do miss him terribly. You can check his poetry out. He writes beautifully well. Of my opinion, his best piece of writing is about me! Hurricane Eileen- The Storm. You can read it here:

Drop him a line and say you've missed him so he will come back and post his awesome poetry. He's the naughty one of the Richard Pair! ;)  Thanks All! 

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You're a Good Man

To the party, you were not invited. 
As anyone else, you feel slighted. 
When they turn down their thumbs, 
to hell with those bums. 
You are a good man who deserves to be knighted.

Inspired by another member's poem

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Economics 101

One to the next is its mother
Each fiscal cliff breeds another
There's no golden goose
Oh brother, this chain noose
Causes all commerce to smother

Kick debt ceiling blues in the groin
With Ponzi whose scheme we should join
He's someone now dead
For the platinum head
Of a trillion buck magic act coin

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oh what a wonderful group we make as we pen our poems and take a break our traits range from weird to strange in all probability certifiably deranged leaving legacies of genius in our wake

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Oh, that Ellen DeGeneres

Oh, that Ellen DeGeneres
Should be Ellen Da Generous!
She tosses those gifts about
That make you wanna shout,
"Hey, throw me somethin', glamorous!"

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There once was a man named Ed
Who really believed all he said
He'd rant and he'd rave
From cradle to grave
And always believed that he led

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Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc would never bark
A command out on a lark
But would save the day
In a saintly way
Forever leaving her mark

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To Buddy Stall From New Orleans

He sought all the mystery
As well as the blistery
With some of the grim
And the not-so-prim
In the city's ironic history

A story he would perceive
Seldom easy to believe
But always would back up
What came from the Cup
Of Cornucopia he would weave

He would oft-times humor
An unconfirmed rumor
Then blow it away
When he would say
A quip of his humor