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Short Language poem by Daniel Corcoran| Details |


Poetry removed for use of explicit language.

Short Language poem by Carol Fillmore| Details |


show but not tell

Short Language poem by Matt Caliri| Details |

Morning Imagisms

I am my thought.

Mercenaries on the River Language.

Short Language poem by Noriko Tanaka| Details |


same air, same language
mutual understanding
tears us apart

Short Language poem by Dom- X-| Details |

senryu 3

speak recognizable
i love movies and music
sign language time


Short Language poem by Joseph Sabido| Details |


Is pure happiness
Lovers and couples unite
Language of the word.

Short Language poem by dakarai cobb| Details |


Does color have a language?
What is talking black?

Short Language poem by Rickie Elpusan| Details |

ephemeral script

ephemeral script
language written in the sand
no need to encrypt

Short Language poem by Ismael Nieves| Details |

LoveBird In Love

Beautiful lovebird
speaks the language of love to
colorful parrot

Short Language poem by Effie Blake| Details |

Heighten Your Vocabulary

a little foreign
language can open your eyes
to your own language.

Short Language poem by Larry Belt| Details |

The Language of Tears

Tears are a language
That only God understands
No one cries alone

Short Language poem by Joshua Adam| Details |

People of The Book

born to be a jew
a place traversed by so few
language, called hebrew

Short Language poem by Paul Callus| Details |


     aphoristic grook
the language of paradox
    crying with laughter

Short Language poem by Richard Corbett| Details |


Crossing vast oceans
Sounds of unspoken language
Foreign to this land

Short Language poem by Raul Moreno| Details |

Whispering Pines

Whispers fill the air,
In the language of the breeze;
Spoken by the pines.

Short Language poem by jonathan mohammed| Details |

Body Language

You and I
Face to face
So much to say
But Body language
Does the rest of work

Short Language poem by Renee Hendricks| Details |

Code Dreamer

She dreams in code
Computer language flowing quick
Through her sleeping mind

Short Language poem by Rollo West| Details |

Language of Lips

So many kisses That will imply many things. A language of lips.

Short Language poem by Susan Mills| Details |

The Poet

understood language
big blossoms of words sprout out
inkwell blue bursts forth!

Short Language poem by Brian Strand| Details |


language of flowers,flaunt
creation's kaleidoscopic-
still life.

Short Language poem by C. L. Thornton| Details |


The purpose of language
is not to make clear
but to deceive without
making THAT clear.

Short Language poem by Colin Marschall| Details |

~Language DNA~

Confined in expanse
of gestation,
birthed only at her terms,
when perfectly complete.

Short Language poem by Brian Strand| Details |


pictures in
the language of

Ekphrasis -Fan cycles for Alma by Kokoschka

Short Language poem by karen croft| Details |


they impress me with their creativity
precise sound and language
when blended together
in a sentence

Short Language poem by Benjamin Alexander| Details |

Two reasons

Purpose are two.
To stretch the language of
ones home.  And to tell tall tales of 
And lies

Short Language poem by Connie Marcum Wong| Details |

the ocean speaks

the ocean speaks a
language we all understand. . .
serene to surly

For Heather Ober's Ocean-ku Contest

Short Language poem by Bozhidar Pangelov| Details |

blown away

the language is
the most useless
when I listen to you
(with this stupid
pink rose...)

Short Language poem by C. L. Thornton| Details |


Don’t you think it strange
that people who are tongue-tied
when by anger goaded
become fluent in foul language?

Short Language poem by Asif Andalib| Details |

The street dog

I was drinking tea
Suddenly a street dog came
Wagging tail and head;
He wanted some food to eat
By his body language!

Short Language poem by Grace Gagnon| Details |


A profound knowledge.
A revised delight.
In total independence.
In total control.
Taking in the language of wisdom.

Short Language poem by C. L. Thornton| Details |


Dirty or vulgar language
irk prudes who prefer ephemisims.
So I make an effort to use them
when prudes urinate me off.

Short Language poem by nick carter| Details |


What is the state of the language?
How should we use the words?
How much can we elaborate
Before we're dismissed as nerds?

Short Language poem by Gregory Golden| Details |

Seperate The Soul

What is the
Slave masters’

Separate a man
From his soul

Takes away his
Language and culture
To gain control

Short Language poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Sesquipedalianism Language

The sesquipedalianism language of the man in the five thousand dollar suit was so tiring that 
I had to go home and sleep.......

Short Language poem by MoonBee Canady| Details |

' Language Lesson Learned ... ' 59th Senryu

Language Lesson Learned … ’   59th  Senryu

    I Don’t ‘ Speak ’ Evil
I Don’t ‘ Understand ’ Wicked
    Translation … Ended

Short Language poem by Robert Pettit| Details |

Mumbo Jumbo

It’s mumbo jumbo, the language of confusion. Nonsensical words that communicate nothing. They have no value at all.

Short Language poem by Leon Stacey| Details |


Public language
And body talk reveal your

True conversation
Reveals your hidden man's heart
Known here by your face.

Short Language poem by Chittaranjan Dey - Raj Dey| Details |

Baby I Love You

My youths dream of night The rain drops on thirsty soul The light from heaven The language of my future Baby I love you so much.

Short Language poem by larry taylor| Details |

And be

My Russian is a bit rusty (dear friend,)
But I believe in language
And love.
So why can’t we just sit 
And be 
Like human beings should.

Short Language poem by Stephen Parker| Details |


Song of patronage
Evocative appendage
Ringing message
Entertaining package
Nacent homage
Alluring image
Doting language
Emotive entourage

Short Language poem by Brian Strand| Details |


the language of
painting with a
verse is
not enough..
only art will

Short Language poem by Mickey Stroda| Details |

Unspoken Love

The language of love,
spoken in sighs,
no voices are needed to say;
You know you're in love
when a shiver,
says more than mere words
can convey.

Short Language poem by Demetrios Trifiatis| Details |



 If the language of flowers
 I spoke,
 A poem for you to write 
 I could,
 Worthy of your beauty!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
 18 June 2013

Short Language poem by cecil hickman| Details |

Bam Bam

Slam poetry, bam, bam, bam
Reminds me of the Flintstones, ma’am
Rough language meant to cut.
Great Gazoo got the rut.
Nowadays even our Uncle Sam.

Short Language poem by Robert Pettit| Details |

A Lyrical Conveyance

Poetry is like a universal language, a lyrical conveyance of thoughts and ideas. When in black and white, all with the world is right.

Short Language poem by mohammad reza zandipoor| Details |

speech of love

                                   I wish the love had language to speech!!
          So I could explain for you what did your love whit my heart…!my babay!

Short Language poem by odu mkwute| Details |

Modern Man

Today's man,
Drinks liquor
as fish water,
Has vile language
enough to peel
off a wall;
And the moral of 
a stray alley cat,
The man adoring 

Short Language poem by Frank Penicaro| Details |

That guy over there

through keys and cords
we are spoken to in a world without words.
it's a language unto itself.

a lonesome storyteller speaking
through a tip jar and candlelight.

Short Language poem by Aycan Garip| Details |

:sigh of relief:

Words spoken in silence,

[When language does not suffice]

Like a look or a tear, although concise

Can echo a lifetime in your ear,

Much louder than those you can hear.

Short Language poem by August Nunes| Details |

NJC apricoot wraughtspill

Nichtian glossery, aprioric roots 
aposteriorious tongues- 
Joyce smelts hisewn twoowts!
Cutanddry grammarand goahead plot,
wideawake language; jester's gestures our knot.

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