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heartbeat by S , Kit
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Invisible Woman by Negron, Nayda Ivette
A Doe by Barter, Denis
live with the dead by S , Kit
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Bed of Roses

The love
you've sown within
the heart and soul of me
grows like a lush summer garden
and I am filled with your tender beauty
I gather roses in the sun
and offer you bouquets
on petals sweet
we lie

Copyright © Robin L. Gass | Year Posted 2009


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Purring

Purring contentedly just being with my love and basking in the afterglow of our ascent to the peak of pleasure, I now settle, spent and cozy, in the crook of his arm like a kitty - purring.

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2012


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Drum beat

Drum beat
  The sound of hearts
Beating to love's smooth rhythm
Sometimes a  brokenhearted  tune
  Hoping for another chance at love's oft
 Moody melodic emotions
That dance upon  lyrics,  
   The beat goes on...
  Drum beat
         ~



        

Copyright © Joseph May | Year Posted 2012


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A Good Factor

The things
we do come back
in three fold I am told
Hold this knowledge close to your heart
so what you choose to do unto others
is done with kindness, care and love
and in the end good will
come back to you
times three.

Copyright © Robin L. Gass | Year Posted 2009


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away

away. . . time is ticking - if I listen closely I can hear it; in the distance a horn's mournful notes have begun to play - forlornness wafting to my ear cannot drown what I fear. . . sweet life t r i c k l i n g a w a y Based on Visual #2 Written by Andrea Dietrich on 9/6/13 for The Just Nine Lines! Poetry Contest of nette onclaud

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2013


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I Rise

I rise
to catch the day,
Many weep to cuddle.
I rise to the super blessings- 
Those ones that parade around vivid earth,
The rooted crust and resources.
I rise to the rainbow-
Arch of colours
Contest.

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole | Year Posted 2013


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Angels

Angels are all around they can be anything holding your hand when life looks glum when feeling as though you want to give up Many things changed when you passed on alone, scared by myself I will be your Angel
By P.D~
Angels are among us~ walking side by side! Giving us strength to believe in. As the day draws close my breath is overwhelmed by beauty. The beauty I find divine when it comes to our friendship'' I open my mind to the flight of your wings. The fascinating way your innocence sings. Hopefully you are that angle I lay my trust in too..
A collaboration with *Cory Long ~My collaboration contest~

Copyright © cory long | Year Posted 2011


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I'm a 9 Revised

                                    Zira
                         You bring me peace
                    With your head on my lap
                 I gently stroke your wavy hair
            Lovingly I bend to kiss your forehead
                Thanking God for giving me you
                    You have become my calm
                            My loyal friend 
                                    Zira


Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
Used my Path Number 9
09.15.2014
For Contest: Tell me your Number
Andrea Dietrich
3rd

Copyright © Brenda Meier-Hans | Year Posted 2014


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Bluejay

                                                                   blue jay
                                                              jealous jester
                                                 your jabberwocky sounds
                                         jettisoned across the grove through
                                  jack pine now rebound, jack hammering the
                                              warning “junco, fly away! This,”
                                                     you jeer, “is my feeder!”
                                                            unjust you are
                                                                   blue jay

Copyright © Shelly Berkeley | Year Posted 2007


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Echo

Your tongue
suspiciously
spoke of constellations,
an unlicked sky gripping secrets
nonetheless, that mouth spat it's majesty
without ever stirring the air 
proving no white stardust
really adorns
your tongue

Copyright © Melissa Wadkins Patterson | Year Posted 2008


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DESIRE

Desire His wide shoulders Flowed to narrowed waist Her eyes locked on his vast manhood Muscled sculpture captured smooth perfection Her tongue caressed his lower lip Spreading thighs he entered Fulfilling her Desire © Kim van Breda – 22 October 2014

Copyright © Kim van Breda | Year Posted 2014


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The Ghost Town


It was
a dalliance
this bucolic lost town,
just ephemeral my visit,
petrichor scents of fresh rain, just fallen,
birds songs a harbinger of me,
oh serendipity,
efflorescence
caress.

I feel
the erstwhile past
in the vacant buildings,
the sadness an epiphany,
beyond nature calls my propinquity
but I stay and stroll empty streets,
redolent with flowers,
this demesne lost
in time.

____________________________
March 18, 2016

Riktameter

For the contest, A Day In A Town,
sponsor, Nayda Evette Negron

First Place


Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2016


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Lady of the manor

 
Her eyes reminded me of erstwhile redolent efflorescence petrichor scents. We walked in the demesne of her manor lost in bucolic elegance. Yearning propinquity like a drunk I followed. Until rain descended, a harbinger of doom. It was never a dalliance but an ephemeral epiphany. Like natures serendipity, all is temporary. This town of love now gone.
31 March 2016 A Day In A Town - Poetry Contest by Nayda Ivette Negron Rictameter form using the following twelve words : 1. Bucolic 2. Dalliance 3. Demesne 4. Efflorescence 5. Ephemeral 6. Epiphany 7. Erstwhile 8. Harbinger 9. Petrichor 10.Propinquity 11.Redolent 12. Serendipity Syllables checked on www.howmanysyllables.com A rictameter is a nine line poetry form. The 1st and last lines are the same with the syllable count as follows: • line 1 - 2 syllables - same as line 9 • line 2 - 4 syllables • line 3 - 6 syllables • line 4 - 8 syllables • line 5 - 10 syllables • line 6 - 8 syllables • line 7 - 6 syllables • line 8 - 4 syllables • line 9 - 2 syllables - same as line 1

Copyright © Silent One | Year Posted 2016


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BEAUTY


Beauty So exquisite Mirrored wrong perceptions Disguising hidden reflections Of past hurts and life’s cruel condemnation Lies beneath the surface Obscured mask of Beauty © Kim van Breda- 20 October 2014

Copyright © Kim van Breda | Year Posted 2014


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A Day In Pergamon


A Day In Pergamon


Demesne
at Pergamon
stirred an epiphany.
The Aqueducts, Acropolis,
propinquity, Temple Dionysus,
Trajan Temple, all so magnificent.
Persian, Greek and Roman wonders;
some standing, most lying...
erstwhile kingdoms,
all gone.

I viewed
and imagined
robust efflorescence
that once filled this bucolic place.
Dalliance here, much too ephemeral.
Damp ruins, yellow soil stirred petrichor.
Wild grass, broken art; redolent
grave serendipity...
wars...harbinger...
of loss.

     
Sandra M. Haight

~1st Place~
Contest: A Day In A Town
Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron
Judged: 04/14/2016

Required words in order of appearance: 
demesne, epiphany, propinquity, erstwhile, efflorescence, bucolic, dalliance, ephemeral, petrichor, redolent, serendipity, harbinger 

Copyright © Sandra Haight | Year Posted 2016


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Celebration

The Winters
Cool caress gone.
In memories of snow
I remember my Love of you.
Diamonds falling from a soft gray sky.
A virgin wonderland was there.
We sat warm by the fire
As winter sang,
Our Winter.

Now Spring,
How it does sing.
New life is born again.
From Winter's rest much comes to life.
The joy of our heart's desiring does sing
Into the coming of Springs' fire. 
Kaleidoscopic colours
they are displayed,
Spring sings.


21/03/2016.

Copyright © Vladislav Raven | Year Posted 2016


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Fathom Yourself

Arise
Shed your old self
Let isolation back
Restart a new way of living 
Release the grudge feelings that haunt your mind
Be kind to you, don't belittle
Give thanks for a new day 
Don't waste your time
Resurge








Nayda Ivette
10-8-2015

Copyright © Nayda Ivette Negron | Year Posted 2015


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Blessings

~Blessings~ (Rictameter) Blessings Come in many Ways, count them and thank God Remember everyday you live Brings new things for you to do and to know Learn all you can and enjoy life Everyday just matters So count all your Blessings Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2015 September.17.2015

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2015


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Always

~Always~ (Rictameter) Seek God Wants best for us Creator and Savior In my life He is always there God offers all His love to all mankind He helps us with all our burdens Entire earth needs His grace I pray to God Seek God. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2012
November.10.2015

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2015


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- The King and The Queen -



                                               He

                                        King of Hearts

                                   He was deeply in Love

                              I will fill Your body with Love

                       My life can be lived in A new Dimension

                             I will give You a Diamond ring 

                                  My Queen and Goddess

                                      Queen of Hearts

                                             : I do





17.09.2014
A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved 


- Thanks for my 3rd place in the contest -

Copyright © Sunshine Smile | Year Posted 2014


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A Fair Warning

How deep
this pain and fear
runs through my aching heart
as I weep tears for flesh and blood
bruised by a life that is often unkind
my anger feeds on acid thoughts
as I prepare to crush
what has threatened
my world

Beware
and step lightly
for I am on your heels
know that you will fall by my hand
I will not rest until I destroy you
and I am sure all that I love
is safely out of reach
from your evil
presence

Copyright © Robin L. Gass | Year Posted 2009


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One Dark Moment

I am  
lost in my mind
steeped in dark emotion.
Shadows block the light from my eyes
and all I see is the blackness of pain
which holds my heart captive again.
Swift flow my silver tears
and burn my skin
in trails.

Copyright © Robin L. Gass | Year Posted 2009


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Autumn

                                                                Autumn's
                                                          changing palette
                                                 paints the landscape in hues
                                            of vibrant scarlet, bronze and gold,
                                        as nature puts off Summer's green attire
                                                    in preparation for Winter's 
                                                      chilly cloak of drab gray.
                                                           Lovely season,
                                                                 Autumn


10/14/13

Copyright © Kim Merryman | Year Posted 2013


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Marvels

Petty particle of Dust enters a cauldron Of light and a great star is born. Petty seeded gravel enters A shell and outcome is we are endowed with pearl. Mother butterfly lays eggs out pops caterpillar Makes a shell, it cracks, parts divide The caterpillar is now gone. As when the shell opens a butterfly comes out. A few drops of semen a child conceived and born eternity of life goes on. All the beginnings are petty The endings marvelous HIS all special Marvels.
+++ October 11, 2014 Form : Rictameter Dr. Ram Mehta Second Place win Contest: The Monsters or Marvels by Debbie Guzzi

Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta | Year Posted 2014


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Our Love Ascends to Heaven






Heaven awaits til our last waltz amongst the wind, mimicking that of yesterdays...(Sigh) Nature applauds as we continue in harmony; never ceasing til the last tear. Dust we form... transcending to Heaven
Pace, G INK-U-SCRIPT 09/05/2013 Contest Title: Just Nine Lines Visual #1 1st Place Winner

Copyright © Pace INK-U-SCRIPT | Year Posted 2013