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Short International poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

Speed Waiting

I'm the international champion of the Speed Waiting Olympics. 
I can now wait an hour in only ten minutes.

Short International poem by Brian Strand| Details |


Italian risotto
A welsh rarebit
Californian salad
with Hoolandaise sauce
Mandarin gateaux
with Swedish

Short International poem by Brian Strand| Details |


musicians at

Short International poem by Atour Tamrazov| Details |

Love And See!

'On' is extra, 'in' is sense, 'off' is the absurd away from the free herz:
To be now the new International Democratic Society - we must
Love and see our life as the future in past

Short International poem by Katherine Stella| Details |

I Work Hard For The Money

members of teamsters
an army of one
yielding for a better tomorrow

doing the job right
assuring quality and quanitity production
year after year

Tribute To
International Workers Day

Short International poem by Brian Strand| Details |


gone with the

NOTE:septimal-Three line poem in seven syllables(3:3:1)with an integral title on the theme of 
art;music;literature;film in all their aspectsirony,paody and humour bing an underlying 

Short International poem by Justin Debrosse| Details |

1000's of single girls

1000's of single girls are seeking 
Bonobos, the best-fitting men's pants 
with distinctive details. 
Train in less than one year 
to taste the international award for special agents 
that graduate online. 
Lots of people like this

Short International poem by Brian Strand| Details |


to ceiling,from chandelier
nouveau image

Louis Tiffany's Grape table lamp designed by Mrs Curtis Freschel-was an International award 
winer for Tiffany

Short International poem by aukje veenstra| Details |


dare on international cogressen
even ap til  a 1000 times say respect
fore the peoples rights
the basic of the new world order is

but it doesn't mean any thing
if the moreley law
not have the respect of
the nature
the universum
our one existents

Short International poem by Joseph Spence Sr| Details |

Lentil Soup and Bread (Epulaeryu)

Pottage of lentil and bread Thank you Lord I’m fed With wheat, barley and flour Filled my cup this hour Overflows with grace Bless this taste Yes! ~~~~~~~ Place among 273 Semi-Finalist Total of 1034 Entries Poetry Soup International Poetry Contest March 6, 2008 ~~~~~~~

Short International poem by Atour Tamrazov| Details |

Let Us Compose!

Let us compose!
Don't dramatize,
Be always free
And humourize
Our pretty, tender
And shining faces:
It is the International
Happy Poetry Day!
Of all our good
And interesting places,
We would enjoy them,
We are okay,
All our Graces say:
Good luck!
Enjoy these poems
Every day,
Let our children
Play this game!

Short International poem by Ron Flatow| Details |

The Rhyme

I've Always been attracted
to the melody of the dancing rhyme
along the black and white keys
there is a voice of international language
through the Steinway and Baldwin
through the casio and yamaha
the message comes out of my fingers
from the old and young
its a sound that touches ev'ryone
lets you laugh and cry
lets you discover how to fly.

Short International poem by Katherine Stella| Details |

If You Could Read My Mind

<                                        International waters
                                          laying down a little folk
                                          thus if you could read my mind
                                          what love we can sell

Entry For
Francine Robert's
Write Me A Lightfoot Poem

I Chose If You Could Read My Mind
G.L. All

Short International poem by Atour Tamrazov| Details |

Interesting Letter!

Thank You
For the interesting letter!
I am feeling now
And forever better:
Warm attention
And poetry is great,
I enjoy your styles
That always later
Will be all -
The things and poems
Of the publicated matter!
We would write them, poets
Of the planet Earth again:
As the International Society
Of Freedom,
Poetry, Aesthetics,
Music, Meetings
Of All Happy People
Now and forever then!

Short International poem by Gerald Webb| Details |

Seven sins of why

Boiled in international broth soiled by an internal sloth emphasizing the epiphany gorged by an internal gluttony salivating a want to succeed griped by an internal greed creative moments of clarity enveloped by an internal envy triumph built on trust lynched by an internal lust paved to form a new path wasted by an internal wrath collective thoughts collide pilloried by an internal pride

Short International poem by Jon A Cavanaugh| Details |


Hidden within Precambrian rock
Lies "a tiny mystery"
A veiled secret in the dark
A puzzling piece of history
A radioactive photograph
A polonium halo possibly

Buried in a cryptic curtain
Its secret may elude us
But what's certain
Should we presume to solve this riddle
We'll be hurled back in the middle
Of more dilemmas or enigmas endlessly

Published in the 2012 International Who's Who in Poetry
As "A Tiny Mystery"

Short International poem by charles hice| Details |

Ecclesiastes 9:11 (New International Version)

this poem is on my website with this appended

Ecclesiastes 9:11 (New International Version) 
 11 I have seen something else under the sun: 
       The race is not to the swift 
       or the battle to the strong, 
       nor does food come to the wise 
       or wealth to the brilliant 
       or favor to the learned; 
       but time and chance happen to them all. 
A fitting ending to this CharlaXFabel. 

Short International poem by Atour Tamrazov| Details |

Garden Years!

Freedom and open days -
Our free ways, we stay here
And our open, smiling faces
Are infinite senses
Of our happy, free life,
Let us live with this peace
Together that all our
Children would like to kiss
And to have all
That we always miss
In the international happy
And jolly holidays' fututure
Of all people of the planet
Earth again!
And our dear homeland
Always open freeways,
And all our open, merry
Windows in the garden years!

Short International poem by Brian Strand| Details |


Juke box

room rocks
same chat

off pat
back chat
off pat
lost and found
upon the
gone with the
did Benday
give ground to

n' roll-
two-beat blues
the wind-
rumour mill
hangs a tail

Hear me recite this poems at POETIC FORMS A on youtube

Short International poem by MAF Longfellow| Details |


~~Ice Cream Delight!~~ 

<><>International Ice Cream Month<><>JULY 15th

Benjamin Franklin was the very one.
In the year of 1771.
While in France dessert did come. 

What is this wonderful delight!?
"Ice cream dear sir,
I hope you like."

With quill and ink
And much insight.
He acquired the recipe that night.

And sent it back across the sea.
To share Ice Cream.
With you and me................

By MAFLongfellow  

Short International poem by Albert Ahearn| Details |


She is a self-made intrigante equipped with the tools of her trade: a beautiful body and Brains. Auburn hair dangles like a skein, loosely draped over both shoulders. Envious women condemn her, men find her Irresistible. Machinations are her forte. Like an international spy each complicated , cunning scheme is an executed science without the use of any force. I should know, I am a victim of her notorious intrigue.

Short International poem by Bart Jonas| Details |

underground BANG

Underneath God's green EARTH
Something unleashed for all it's WORTH
It is an evil international  BANG
Ready for a response from this Country to do its THANG
Dressed in Red, Purple BRIGHT
Look to the West and see a mushroom LIGHT
Mothers with their children SLEEP
Watch the sky fall in between their FEET
Our leaders wear Pinocchio NOSE
as the threat of war still GROWS
Do not underestimate the smiling CHANG
Ready to SOIL and SPOIL
with his underground BANG

Short International poem by Dave Wood| Details |


Night and day, day and night 
International, when it's dark it's light 
They're just beginning so there's no end 
And when I'm ending it's time to begin

Tick tock living, around the clock 
Never know when you'll get a knock 
My head is spinning, so much to do 
Twenty-four hours are way to few

The joy of victory, agony of defeat 
Whatever comes stay on your feet 
Be a leader, always find a way 
Day and night, night and day!

Couplet Poem 
By Dave Wood

Short International poem by Asif Andalib| Details |


Fruitful marketing strategy
Is crucial for any industry
And service-provider

Everyone loves beautiful thing
So the packaging of products
Must be eye-catching

Should be in such an way
So that the potential consumers
Are attracted
To the product or service

Quality of the product or service
Should be of international standard
So that it can survive
In the competition
Of open market economy

In this way
An industry or service-provider
Can become successful

Short International poem by Shilpa Karthik| Details |


                      Like a caring umbrella in the pouring rain
                        A warm friendly hug when you got the cane
                      Like a chocolate-cheese pizza when you're hungry as hell
                        It's all that sweetness with a little wicked spell
                      That gives a glimpse of that magical thing  
                        The wonder of wonders that a Woman is !

  Pls Note: On Behaf of International Women's Day

Short International poem by Joseph Spence Sr| Details |

Christmas Eggnog (Epulaeryu)

Gosh! What an elegant treat? Knocked me off my feet Eggnog on my lips so sweet Tasty and luscious Smooth – O’ so precious So delish— Hush! © Joseph, 12/2/07 © All Rights Reserved ~~~~~~~ Place among 273 Semi-Finalist Total of 1034 Entries Poetry Soup International Poetry Contest March 6, 2008 ~~~~~~~ Best Epulaeryu Honorable Mention Cristmas Time Is Here - Poetry Contest Sponsored by: John Heck December 24, 2007 ~~~~~~~

Short International poem by faleshia murphy| Details |


How lovely she stands on 
Ellis Island in New York City
Raised is her torch to inspire 
Freedom and liberty
Given to the U.S by France
Hoping for a chance
Because of the American Revolution
For friendship was the resolution
In recognition we all be one
Ever get a chance to take a trip
Go see this wonderful statue that represents
Freedom democracy and international friendship

was born and raised in NY left to a small town
will rewrite this to enter contest I LOVE AND MISS NY

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