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Day of Reckoning

Above bleak pastures, A cobalt coliseum: Warriors are unleashed. · Aggressive brave clouds, Battle for the dominance: Vanquishment is vague. · Conquest of power, Clash of divine elements: Battle in the sky. · Sun and clouds collide, On a battlefield landscape: The land prays for reign. · The golden swords pierce, As injured clouds hemorrhage: Pelting the pastures. · With sharp swords of light. The golden gladiator: Obtains victory.

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Ocean Waves

In perfect rhythm
A gently flowing ballad
Perfect melody

Tugging at my heart
Softly lifting my spirit
Tickling my senses

A song of beauty
Calling to the universe
To maintain all life

Everlasting tune
Beckoning for all to see
Shimmering with hope


Singing out for peace
In harmony with the wind
Conducted by God



Copyright © 2009   Lena “Lolita” Townsend

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Acid Rain

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Blame It On the Moon

I dare you to say,
"It's because of the full moon."
My heart is not made of iron.
No magnetism 
Pulls me like the ocean's tide,
Holding me here by your side.

Instead, please tell me
That our hearts will beat as one
Regardless of the moon or sun.
Say that you'll be here
When we become old and gray...
Then, say the moon made us that way.


Ray Dillard   10-13-11

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The Day I Saw the Earth Move

I watched a sunset
on the beach at the ocean
The sun touched the horizon
one quarter, one half
Bright, blazing red-orange clouds
Almost down; the sky now pink
when I realized
I was really observing
our mighty planet spinning
My mind blew gently
in the eternal present
the day I saw the earth move

The rotation speed of the earth is 1,038 mph at the equator
By: tryerson


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Moonlight On The Ward

Midnight. This white ward drifts softly through chalked moonbeams shifting walls argent to cream, sifting sterile halls. Full moon fingers reach within touching each silvered sheet-shroud. Jaded nurses drowse, vials drip crystalline hope elixirs into sick veins, bedside water jugs shimmer with ivory pearls, glimmer-gentle light soothes pain. Shades of frailty flit, whisperings of the once-well; escapees from harsh daylight's hot taunts of the sun. Reality receding, moonlight kinder to dreaming. Caught between two worlds, health and no-way-out unhealth; fear smoothed by the balm of calm. Lustrous illusions, in this vault of dream we wait for morning's impending fate.

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Storm Climax

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My closed eyes can see
Lines and rows of running rain
A rainbow of sounds

On roof, leaves, and ground
Song of rain falls everywhere
A restful white noise

Unseen lightning brings
A roar to mate land in heat
Primal shiver-sin

Reverberant sound
Sky has been ripped and shakes
Waves of noise collide

Furious moans fade 
Thunder’s ecstasy’s over
An exhaust lover

Tomorrow morning
Bliss of children will splash sky
Puddles of heaven




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Carried by the Wind

An ascending seed, A ball of life wandering, Floating through the air. * Floating through the air, In search for its’ field of dreams; Whispers to the earth. * Whispers to the earth, It’s story awaits to spring; Searching for soft soil. * Searching for soft soil; Waiting for climate and light; On the hardened earth. * On the hardened earth, Anticipating its’ birth; A gust comes again. * A gust comes again, With unsuccessful attempts; Carried by the wind.

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Lunar Beams Riding the Waves

Moon beams in distance. Carried by glittering waves, Reflecting an ageless tide! Rays of moonlight fall, Caressing, soothing, calming, Man's broken, weary hard heart! He stands in the sand Moonbeams touching his shoulder One giant step for mankind! The moon is falling, from the sky coming down fast! Can the mighty ocean last? Surf's up came the cry, Many feet come running by, Can we catch that last big wave?

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Awaiting Dawn

The heat of today, Shall vanish, as the day ends; Coolness shall return. · Coolness shall return, On shoulders of tomorrow: While night exhales dawn. · While night exhales dawn, Breath on invisible wings; Discharges fresh air. · Discharges fresh air, The lungs of the forest breathes; Scorching regions praise. · Scorching regions praise, The arrival of coolness, Their faith awaits dawn.

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