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Gem Of Love by mcdaid, liam
Must Have Been A Dream by Jabri, Sarah
Starry Night by Johnson, Michael
- Sweet Taste Of Summer - by Andresen, Anne Lise
FREE by Hafiz, Afnan
Mother Dear by Boone, peggy
Echoing Calls by Johnson, Michael
- Friendship I Really Appreciate - by Andresen, Anne Lise
Nearly The Same by Wings, Broken
- Silk Soft And Hot - by Andresen, Anne Lise

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- Sweet Moon -



     Silver sprinkle moving across the dreams
     Silhouetted by the moon
     O ... such a peaceful night





     13.04.2015 A-L Andresen :)
     Kimo : three lines of 10, 7, and 6 syllables
     Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen

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Mesopotamia

Iraq is civilization's cradle -
a casket is being built
with the cradle's worn planks.



August 7th, 2014





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Copyright © Chris D. Aechtner


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DANCING ON AIR

Freedom! Sensuously she spreads her wings, Floating in glorious glens Now at one with nature 16th February 2015 Jan Allison Syllables checked with how many syllables Contest In Praise of Kimo – Nette Onclaud ~awarded 6th place~ Visual 1

Copyright © JAN ALLISON


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- Queen Of The Forest -

   

   True grace I hear the songs within her heart 
   Her hidden life, the secret 
   Glow from butterfly wings 






   - My first Kimo  :) .... 16.02.2015
     A-L Andresen :)
     Copyright © All Rights Reserved


    

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen


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TGF

Tears of joy flow freely from his blue eyes God’s gift of a precious son Family now complete 04~11~15 Syllable Counter used how many Syllables, 10, 7, 6 Contest Judy Konos Captcha Contest My captcha was TGF

Copyright © JAN ALLISON

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A Pink Crystal Dawn

beneath the silence of ice-encased trees the sky’s pink dawn lies captured in the pond’s crystal depths/center>

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich


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Terror's Blackness

Terror's blackness engulfs us as we flee. Knowing not what fate awaits - you've let go of my hand. Visual #3 Written 2/18/15 by Andrea Dietrich For the "In Praise of a Kimo" Poetry contest of nette onclaud

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich


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Cosmetic Critique-Part 2

Pinned beauties.
Drilled customs.
Feminist wrote"Complex Formatting"

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Inspiration :- My University Reader

Copyright © Chelsea Chords


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DERELICT BEAUTY

DERELICT BEAUTY Below drape of cotton clouds and sunshine, some red-purple live pendants embrace the tall breathless wall... ________________________________ Sponsor: Debbie Guzzi Contest Name: Three Line Poetry Placed 5th O.E. Guillermo 6:24 pm, March 15, 2015

Copyright © Olive Eloisa Guillermo


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My Number Is Three

 
Father does not see the mournful sad tears, that fall on his mossy tomb . . . Just three glistening tears. _________________________ September 16, 2014 Kimo Path Number 3 - February 1 Entered into the contest, What is My Number, sponsor Andrea Dietrich 7th Place

Copyright © Broken Wings


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From freedom to confinement

The clock of freedom ticks away, and Anne
Acknowledging nearing fate, 
Takes one last look around.....

Sneha RV 
Posted on 16th Feb 
For Nette's contest 'In praise of a Kimo'
VISUAL 2 

http://paperaquarium.com/assets/images/submissions/niki_a/niki-aguirre-photography-surrealism-little-girl-brunette-blue-dress-fence-vintage-retro-clock-pocket-watch-texture-trees.jpg

Copyright © Sneha RV The literature lover


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Serenity's Semblance

Serenity’s semblance on her lined face as I stoop at the casket to kiss her pallid cheek For Debbie Guzzi's Three Lines Are Fine Poetry Contest Form chosen: Kimo

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich


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No Obstacle

Brushed timeless in youth's inner light, dreams flow
like ruffles on dress stitched blue - 
no fence long legs can't climb. 


By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, 2/15/15
For Nette's In Praise of A Kimo Contest
Visual #2

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders


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In Praise of a Kimo

We move like cats through the tall meadow grass
Searching for something we lost
Only to find ourselves


contest In Praise of a Kimo..visual 3
Frederic Parker..2/16/15

Copyright © Frederic Parker


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FEAR



                            A storm afield monsters roam in the woods
                                 Home sweet home we run for home
                                          A gale of fear follows









IN PRAISE OF A KIMO - Poetry Contest
Sponsor	nette onclaud
visual #3
Poet: Rajat Kanti Chakrabarty
Composed on 17th February, 2015

Copyright © RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY


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past and present


the walls  of the old barn lean toward the past
reminder of youthful dreams
a new home for the owl

Copyright © Barbara Gorelick


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Through my window

Through My Window

Lorikeets forage for a honey feed
Essence of a starving earth
Through the window I hope

A greedy beak digs deep down for a worm
The weak, seek to last the week
Through my window I pray

Written by: Ronald Zammit
Dated: 27.01.2014

Copyright © Ronald Zammit


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Captcha WDM



When I go to see you I walk with tears,
Down a long road to your tomb.

          Mom, I whisper, weeping . . . 



_________________________
April 11, 2015

Kimo



For the contest, Captcha, sponsor, Judy Konos

First Place


 

Copyright © Broken Wings


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Umbilical

Into the mouth of a mountain's darkness, the past is fading away, still clinging to the sun
- - - - - - - - - - - 3/15/15 For Deb's "Derelict Beauty" Contest

Copyright © Carrie Richards


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Pacing Seasons

Burnished copper leaves pace butterfly’s wings as young maiden, pink dressed, leans dreading harsh winter’s bark © Debra Squyres 2/16/15 Written for: In Praise of Kimo –Using visual 1 Sponsor: Nette Onclaude

Copyright © Debra Squyres


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Butterflies

Butterflies are a symbol of freedom
They should never be captured
But left to bring us joy 

Copyright © Vernette Hutcherson


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- Friendship I Really Appreciate -


Three different countries, a warm friendship
More than I could dream about
Our friendship has blossomed 





- Dedication for : Gary Bateman and Liam McDaid

Gary Bateman has published a wonderful book February 19. 2015 : A book of selected poetry // "CONVERSATIONS WITH MY MUSE"
I am so lucky, I have it here in my hand :)



12.05.2015 A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen


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The Last Poet

You'll know when you have destroyed a culture,

                
                                         When you have slain their last poet....

 
                                                                                  And forgotten his words!

 

                                                                                  Timothy I. Brumley

Copyright © Timothy Brumley


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'Two Rings'

mutual care that started out of nothing
  now it means everything
our love and devotion

a blessed union now sealed with two rings
   our nurtured care developed 
we are forever one 

Copyright © Wilma Neels


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Elm 2

branches unfurl a silent cry to sky distressed rustling of drained leaves sapped by a dark disease

Copyright © Charlotte Jade Puddifoot