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Why He Beams

Pallid and forlorn,
my heart broke for her.
Never saw such gloom,
but somehow I knew
she shone from within...

She buried that,
feeling dry...gray-
a crumbled mask 
made out of dust.

I asked her
one cold night,
“Do you weep?”

“My tears
    fill up
        seas...”




I 
vowed to
kiss her
every night,
let her feel
she was loved...

And oh! How much
love she can give!
She's still shy, hides
from time to time,
but her smiles break free...
(One can't trap light's glow)

Her warmth makes me beam,
reveled eclipses.

Moon dust becomes blush.





03282012
for Catie's Diminished and Advancing Hexaverse Contest  :)


Copyright © binibining P.iNk | Year Posted 2012

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Hope


          When dark clouds converge
                As cold winter plots
                To dampen the soul
                 In the face of fear
                   And adversity...

                 When crisis looms
                     And dejection
                  Flirts with despair
                     Not all is lost...

                       A swallow
                     Comes along
                       Heralding

                       The joys
                       Of spring

                         Hope!


 -----------------------------------------------
        Contest: Diminished Hexaverse
             Sponsor: Dr Ram Mehta
                     Placed: 7th
        Chosen POTD ~ 15th Jan 2015
 




Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2015

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The Moon Dust will not Fall Nevermore

.



                                             At different times
                                             in separate beds
                                             we sleep to forget
                                             Sunset is sunrise
                                             and nobody cares

                                             There it's sunny
                                             and here it rains
                                             who needs rainbows
                                             if no one cares?

                                             The Moon dust 
                                             will not fall 
                                             nevermore

                                             Nothing
                                             Nada

                                             Off!

                                             Out!

                                             That's that!
                                             Who cares?

                                             Just drowned coins
                                             a cracked glass
                                             feeble stars

                                             Where's the Moon dust?
                                             Where're the arrows?
                                             Where's the fairy?
                                             Where's our strong faith?

                                             A distance that drowns
                                             through forbidden dreams
                                             we wait for the Moon
                                             to sleep and forget
                                             and nobody cares!



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Copyright © Ruben O. | Year Posted 2012

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Tidal Lullabyes

The man in the moon
changes position,
showering my eyes
with a moon dust of
tidal lullabyes.

Slumber takes hold,
dreamscapes unfold,
and the girl walks
towards an edge
I cannot
reach, before
stormy waves
grasp and
engulf
her.

Our
baggage
is stored
within two
separate
flights moving
in opposite
directions, as
once again, we
feel the distance.

I wonder if in
another lifetime,
we find tickets for
the same outbound flight,
soaring towards dawn.







March 28th, 2012


Copyright © Chris D. Aechtner | Year Posted 2012

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Hope


Hope

Life has challenges…
Confront them each day
Some have good endings
Some can cause despair
They are always there

Our perception
Is the answer
Of how we feel
About outcomes

Do we see
Half-empty
Or half-full?

Our glass
Holds the

Hope


Sandra M. Haight

~2nd Place~ Premiere Contest
Contest: Hope
Sponsor: Nayda Evette Negron
Judged: 04/30/2016

~3rd Place
Contest: Diminished Hexaverse
Sponsor: Dr. Ram Meta
Judged: 01/09/2015


Copyright © Sandra Haight | Year Posted 2015

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Dandelion Wishing

Recollections waft
across my mind like
wisps of soft white spores - 
the vague remnants of
my memory’s threads.

Spring’s sun-gold heads
I now can‘t hold!
But glimpsing them,
I can recall. . ..

a young girl
blowing fluff
and wishing

time would
quickly 

pass.

For Brian Strand's
UP TO FIFTEEN any form/any theme max 15 lines Poetry Contest
for Cate Lindsey's What the Hex contest


Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2010

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Art and Ownership

People buy pictures
They have a notion
That they are owners
But actually
The pictures own them. 
They will outlive
Or outlast them
They are only
Custodians.
They purchase
Pyramid,
Art will live.
And they...
Pharaohs:
Dead.

        +++++++++
Date 2-28-14
Motif : Epic
Dr. Ram Mehta
First Place win
Contest: Impress Me with short poems II by Giorgio 


Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta | Year Posted 2014

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Impassioned Descent

Cunning seducer
Your presence beguiles
I taste your fever
My body complies
Good intentions die

Dare not touch me
For I shall fall
Where angels fly
And hell is nigh

Oh to taste
Faulted grace
Tempt me not

Too late
My fate

Flawed 


Copyright © Sally Lang | Year Posted 2008

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Two Lenses

Give me the red ones,
all shiny and new,
with stiff pointy toes.
Rising three inches;
spikes click when I walk.
Can't get enough,
prissing around;
hands on my hips,
strutting my stuff.
When I'm grown,
my closet
will be filled
with new
high heel
shoes.

Open my closet 
and what do I see?
Pain and agony
staring back at me;
one pair of high heels.
Funeral shoes;
wedding, perhaps.
Day after day?
No way in hell!
My feet hurt
just thinking
About those
dreadful
high heel
shoes.


02/23/2016
Contest: Two lenses
Sponsor: Sara Kendrick




Copyright © Arlene Smith | Year Posted 2016

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HEEDLESS P-L-A-N-T

Plant Not your seeds in Poor
soil. Heinous and Quagmire
loves society. Yet,
you seclude yourselves from
your very own seed that
you have planted. But, Why?!

Non compos mentis
at the time?!... Were you
Callous?!... Or maybe
Myopic?!... Even
society that

claims to be so
Erudite has
no rejoinder.
Complicity

lurks within
the poor soil.
Be Chary

when you
Make your

S-E-E-D-S!



Pace, G.
INK-U-SCRIPT

06-15-2012


Copyright © Pace INK-U-SCRIPT | Year Posted 2012

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A MILESTONE

Dismal stars out
Contrite to feelings
The moon glows brightly.
The storm is inside.
Tears form as I cry.

Regret, I don’t.
Have I done wrong?
Here and now stand
Weeping for hope.

Willow tree
Sways in wind
Vision rapt

Hope gales.
Godspeed!

Life
|_______________________|
 Penned on January 02, 2015!


Copyright © Verlena S. Walker | Year Posted 2015

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Cops and ROBBERS

STOP! I said, STOP NOW!
Turn facing the wall
Lift your skirt slowly
Take off your panties
Throw them behind you

Don't turn around.
Now, close your eyes.
Relax for me.
I'm touching you.

Babe, I'm
trying to
spice our

marriage
I LOVE

You



Pace, G
INK-U-SCRIPT

04-26-2012


Copyright © Pace INK-U-SCRIPT | Year Posted 2012

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Hope

Hopes are buried treasures Gold daffodils of spring A faith seed planted deep Watered by love's well-spring A farmer's garden tilled With no evidence green Faith inside the seeds Waits for warmth and rain When everything's right The plants spring forth seen Hope's now evident Confidence shown Hope now revealed An assurance Support displayed Hope's exposed In flowers Garden seed Faith, hope These two Seen
"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." Hebrews 11:1 Inspired by Dr. Ram's contest Diminished Hexaverse has 6 stanza's Hexa means six...


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2015

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Hope

A winged dream of bliss,
pain   a nightmare's child
toil     an echo past
plenty  a ripe kiss
war      unheard unmissed

none want for food
all have a roof
deserts with rain
oceans with fish

room for all
fires warm
water blest

thankful
at peace

hope


Copyright © Debbie Guzzi | Year Posted 2015

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Young Love

* Oxytocin pours: illusion of heart is it real or not how long will it last perhaps forever? susceptible to anguish now likely to hurt; his heart frozen dare she leave dare she stay dare she love one thing matters: hope


Copyright © Dana Smith | Year Posted 2013

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Dreams

The sun rose fireball red Then splashed of tangerine A miraculous work The one of which I dreamed No canvas can contain A pen's ink can't measure The dream held at night Close as lover's breast In daylight remote When gray clouds oppress Giving trees a coat Beauty dissolves Wind and cold_ chill Sunlight captures Love's quiet stilled A cloud breaks Sunlight beams Hope returns Sun sets Yellow Grand


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2015

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Hope Gone

Upon thy pillow, I wearily hope for youth’s restful nights I once loved to spend in towering dreams. Images past behind closed eyes - romantic plans and lofty goals. Naïve thoughts turn to aged days of loss, again taunting me.


Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2015

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Raising The Blinds

A morn's sun raised the blinds As sunlight pinked the clouds Its colors fell across My lap, tinting my words Sublime, pen and ink tried To contain sentiment As they spilled blue The blinds dissipate As words release truth High the sun rises Its light controls pen Slower the pen Then pauses, waits As the day wears Colors painted Artist tool A palette As sun sets Blinds close Darkness Shades
Inspired by a stanza written by Robert Frost: The Death Of The Hired Man "Part of a moon was falling down the west, Dragging the whole sky with it to the hills. Its light pored softly in her lap. She saw it And spread her apron to it. She put out her hand" Just part of it ...What struck me was "moon was falling down the west"


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2015

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Breathless

Caught in lust's whirlpool -
pretzel entwined limbs
edge me into your
carnal cavity
whilst you taste thine's flesh.

Nail-induced scars
tattoo my back
as wanton yips
pervade night air.

Erotic
stimuli
mingle and

sculpt our
torso's

whole!


Copyright © John Heck | Year Posted 2010

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Raven's Watch

She's always there, watching
Over the quiet graves
Torn between life and death
Waiting 'till her time ends
When at last, she can be
Reunited with him

Without his strong arms
She falters and fails
Ne'er to love again
Her gentle heart is
Smashed beyond repair

She is the one
They call Raven
Soulless, helpless
Without his love

She stands and
Forever
Looks over

Where they
Buried

Him






Written By Nick Bagnall
For Contest "Among the dead"
13th Place


Copyright © Nick Bagnall | Year Posted 2011

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Hope

Desire of the flesh 
The need of closeness
Sensing the goodness
Of engulfing hope
That emulates there

Hope an ideal
Inspiration
Of mind and soul
Needing you near

The touch says
Here is love
Love brings hope

Give thanks
Kneel, pray

Hope


Copyright © SEREN ROBERTS | Year Posted 2015

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Rainbow Sleeping in its Dream


A journey in my mind beyond that horizon where the sky meets the earth in search of a rainbow rainbow of my childhood still sleeping in its dream on butterfly wings past the fluffy clouds a journey within to slide in that dream then waking it up softly caress every colour whisper to them go,fly again! Bring me back childhood days that old sky! Dance,sing laugh,play fly! © kash poet ============000============


Copyright © kash poet | Year Posted 2012

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Passed out

Toot, toot goes the train.
Jump, jump goes the brain.
Moved to a new house.
Old one had a mouse.
Sometimes change is good.

It's all the same!
Play the sleep game!
INSOMNIAC!
INSOMNIAC!

I can't sleep!
I can't sleep!
SLEEPLESSLY!

Passed out!
Passed out! 

DREAM!!!


This is a Dimished Hexaverse, thank you Dr. Ram Mehta for correcting me. This is a fun type of poetry.


Copyright © Judy Riley | Year Posted 2011

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Hope

Anticipation
While culture strengthens
In love of poetry,
In give and to take
An exchange of view.

While together
A common cause,
We work so hard
To understand.

In this way
Unified
A small task.

Chipping
Away.

Hate.

© Harry J Horsman 2015


Copyright © harry horsman | Year Posted 2015

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Celestial twirl

Planets in orbit
Some big and some small
Beings from outer space
Some named, others not
Discoveries made

Orbital spin
Masterfully
Perfect timing
In retrograde

Planets sway
Comets fall
Earth rotate

Unflawed
Refined 

Sphere



Contest: The Universe
Placed: 8th


Copyright © Wilma Neels | Year Posted 2010