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Premium Member IDLE ILLUSIONIST-
IDLE ILLUSIONIST-

intensely
interestingly
incredibly

idly
impatiently amidst the crowded stage
inevitably
the intelligent illusionist includes intellectually
as he asks for the abdicates parade
the insecure illusionist improves idiotically
identifies insanely the interesting illusionist invests intensely
interestingly indicates incredibly
the intense illusionist intends innocently

incorporates impatiently
investigates inevitably
the intelligent illusionist includes intellectually

12/15/19
Written words by...Read More
Categories: abdicates, celebration, confusion, engagement, imagery,
Form: Alliteration



August Alliteration
After July abdicates, august August arrives,
and the year advances, as annually agreed. 
After assessing alternative alternatives and accords,
as anticipated, no other affirmative alternative is advanced. 
Actually August is always an annual actuality, affably accepted
as amicable and always awaited ardently, as...Read More
Categories: abdicates, august,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member A Poet's Spring

Winter’s snowy mantel is quietly disappearing
Slowly he abdicates  his reign until next year
This year’s queen is putting on her freshest dress
Every day its tender colors blushingly appear …

The heart of every hungry poet gladdens now
The joy of renewal must...Read More
Categories: abdicates, poetry, spring, daffodils,
Form: Quatrain
Moonlit Serenity
The sun abdicates the sky and is succeeded by the moon
Ay, but on this eve, the moon doth shine particularly bright
Illuminating the vast desert landscape as if it were noon
Lo, the sun is ever so envious as he slumbers this...Read More
Categories: abdicates, poems,
Form: Sonnet
An Endless Trek
The time has come, let us make haste
For the sun grows ever so dim
By this, we have not time to waste
And surely, the raging storms appear to be grim

Let not fear be the captain of our mind’s
Rather, muster up your...Read More
Categories: abdicates, poems,
Form: Sonnet



In Motion
My heart in motion 
palpitates a wild tarantella, 
resonates vibrant valves 
and grieves for you, 
my choosing. 

Then juiced on devotion, 
elevates a blue umbrella, 
supplicates and salves, 
in letting go, 
fears losing. 

The reversal of motion 
integrates calming distance,...Read More
Categories: abdicates, life, love, heart, heart,
Form: Verse
The Joys of Online Dating
Reading captions besides smiling lips. 
Reveiwing lifesyles and basics.
 Choosing in a moment or over quiet deliberation whether
 to reply to a flirtatious glance. 
Finding, more and more, that I have little experience at this game.
  In its ruless,...Read More
Categories: abdicates, computer-internet, funny, people, social,
Form: I do not know?