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Details | Ode |

Christmas Past

In midst of forest stands an ancient tree
decorated by nature with white cotton snow puffs,
icicles glisten and gleam sparkling in the sunlight.

Around its base are gathered all the forest's creatures
with pregnant pause they wait as the star shines out
a beacon to all calling out, hush now do you hear?

The sleigh bells ringing out as down swoops Santa
wait, he is not alone with him the blessed babe 
in distance approach the three wise men bears gifts.

All the creatures now on bended knees him they salute
the ancient tree smiles knowingly and the heavens
celebrate with comet tails and shooting stars the precious babe.

written 12/02/2014

contest Hush of Christmas Past

Copyright © Shadow Hamilton | Year Posted 2014

Details | Ode |

Ode to Humphrey

The"tail" I have to tell, starts off really sad.
My sweet doggie Murphy died and my heart, it hurt so bad.
Until one day in early spring, I got a call that made my heart sing!
There were some puppies born in Waco, the daddy -Jasper, and mommy- Juneau.
Four little boys, three little girls. But the picture of one boy, made my heart twirl!
So I waited for a week or two, to meet my little puppy-oh so new!
I named him Humphrey, such a handsome boy! He has brought  laughter back and oh what a joy! He's super cute, and very smart. Many would say, he's a work of art!
He's learning new tricks, and how to potty outside. So many rules to learn and abide!
Humphrey is growing so quickly, the puppy breath will soon disappear. He will be an adult in less than a year! Every stage of his life is a blessing from above. I guess that's the true meaning of what we call "puppy love".

Copyright © Meghan Palmer | Year Posted 2013

Details | Ode |


The were the three Magi with mantels and beards, traveling
on strong camels as far as Bethlehem and having 
seen a wondrous star, they began their long journey 
by bringing precious gifts, but they warned Joseph and Mary 
of Herod's malicious intent...so they fled to Egypt
on a donkey that never complain of a sore hip! 

They believed in the Savior as Herod himself full of pride,
and being very wise, they never returned
to tell him what kind of child they had found! 
They brought their gifts and knelt at a child
whose fate as foretold was to die for us all,
and he gladly accepted them hearing His Father's call!

Not having heard from the Wise Men who had lied to Him, 
Herod sent his soldiers to kill all children under three: screams terrorized Bethlehem;
no, they weren't moved by their mother's painful cry
and shedding their innocent blood they revenged that lie!
O mothers of Bethlehem, Jesus knew that they were slaughtered because of Him!
O mothers of Bethlehem, you wept and moaned as they bled as a sacrificial lamb!

They believed in the Savior from what they had read,
and wanted to see for themselves the glorious event that Daniel spoken of:
the brightest star shining over Bethlehem as angels sang, 
announcing Christ's birth in a small town groping on a hill of citrus and clove!

Written on December 16, 2012

Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2012

Details | Ode |


I am like a snowflake.
There's no one just like me.
I came into your life as sparkling as can be.

I shimmer and I shine, 
reflecting all your care.
A smile upon my face,
I am a child so rare.

There's no one just like me.
I am full of all things new.
There will never be another 
who loves you like I do.

My gift to you this season,
unique upon the earth,
my smile...and love so special.
A treasure of great worth.

Copyright © Deborah Sutherland | Year Posted 2015

Details | Rhyme |


Oh! African child, the temple
A redient beauty of nature
Thou are the cradle capital
 Of humanity and creatures
The founder of patriarchal

Oh! African child,
The coy the toy of the wife
Beauty of nature and life
The belike of Bowie knife 
To war at still life rife strife

The child of joy the best of hymns
We beseech thee in betimes
Thy streamlet in our dreams
Screaming in daydreams
Like a storm in the Midstreams

African child, maker of BC 
From AD back the AC
The brain of agony and glossy
The married the plea and mercy 

Oh child of my fathers, prostrate
Crowns at thy feet for thy odelet
To sublime prime respect 
When thy pen upon d sky soar-th

1925 your maiden calleth
Upon a round table thought
The earth ornates thou as great
Oh! rejoice thou art great 
For the kingdom belongeth

(By Opurum Precious poet, writer and critic Nigeria)
copyright © odiboyp 27/07/2016

   The poem "ODE TO AFRICAN CHILD" by Precious odiboy is a poem that praises African children. The poet praises African children to a certain height
   In stanza one, he presents the beauty and uniqueness of African children. He sees the African children as the returning of nature and the beginning of human race as well as creatures. Thus:
   "A redient beauty of nature
    Thou are the cradle capital
    Of humanity and creatures"
Here , the poet maintains that African children are distinct from other children in the world.
  In stanza two, the poet presents the African child asthe beauty of nature and the joy of motherhood as well as the Sharp sword to fight against conflicts.
  In stanza three, he compares to beautiful songs as he praises them to come at the right time. He also compares the loneliness childlessness can cause to a woman and the emotional discomfort. Thus:
   'The child of joy the best of hymns
   We beseech thee in betimes
   Thy streamlet in our dreams
   Screaming in daydreams
   Like a storm in the Midstreams'
In stanza four, the poet sees the child as the maker of history from the past to the present. That is, before and after the time of Christ.
  In stanza five, the poet declares that kings and great men bow for children in praise and respect due to their value in heaven and earth.
  In the last stanza, the poet references the first World Conference held about children issues in 1925 which results to Children's Day today. He maintains that everything on earth honours children.
  Finally, he concludes that children should rejoice because the kingdom of God belongs to them as the bible says.
Diction: the language of the poem is very simple and straight forward to understand. The poet used some archaic words like 'beseech, betimes, belike, calleth, belongeth soar-th etc to foreground the figurative meaning of the poem.
Metaphor: the whole of stanza one is built of metaphor. Examples: Oh African child, the temple. The cradle of capital etc
Apostrophe: this is seen in stanza three, thus: We beseech thee in betimes.
Simile: Like a storm in the Midstreams
Allusion: Examples: maker of BC from AD back the AC: your maiden calleth (historical allusion). For the kingdom belongeth (biblical allusion)
Metonym: Examples Crowns at thy feet for thy odelet: When thy pen upon d sky soar-th (stanza five). Upon a round table thought (stanza six)
Imagery: brain of agony (stanza four), the crown (stanza five), round table (last stanza) etc
Alliteration: still-life-rife-strife ( stanza two)
Rhyme scheme  ababa,  cdddd,  eeeee,  ffff, gggg, ggggg 
Mood:  happiness, hope
Tone:  praise

Copyright © Precious Opurum | Year Posted 2016

Details | Ode |

hush my baby

hush my baby listen very close,to 
everything you've ever heard.
so you can remember,
every sound and word.

being strong against your deepest fear,
that one day you may not hear.

though thiers no real gaurentee,
thats sounds will take priority
you'll remember each sound
and hear by what your eyes are able to see.

i know it won't be the same,
as when you could hear,
but you have to be strong
against your deepest fear.

so hush my little one,
listen close to all you've ever heard.
so you'll remember every sound and word.

just remember we will always be here,
when you need a hug,
to make the anger disapear.

caused by the stillness ,
that haunts your ears.

Copyright © dennis camp | Year Posted 2012

Details | Ode |

Beautiful Scars

Sponsor: Laura Urbaniak

Many a times I have been asked 
About my scar near my right eye
Proudly I say my mother gave it to me
Eyebrows raise high and a questioning look
No! My mother is the most adorable loving mother!
Not her fault but neither the doctor's nor his intern's
Nor even my small nails, the mystery remains 
My mother didn't question nor give it importance 
She said it could have happened by anyone
We are but human and such mistakes are not intentional
Moreover, it is honestly, the beauty of the soul that sparkles
Arguing or suing would not have taken the scar away
Quarrels reduce life and increase tension
I was a caesarian and I was brought to her all wrapped
Angel like with such a dark thick crop that the scar ceased
Before the joy of holding me in her arms after her health problems
I am proud of my scar, it keeps me one with my mother, my mentor.

Balveen Cheema
November 23, 2015

Copyright © Balveen Cheema | Year Posted 2015

Details | Ode |



Oh my god I'm about
to be born
Brought into this world
and it isn't the norm?
Thanks to this man - 
and woman too,
They got together and
now they're through?

They call themselves
adults, that's a laugh - 
For they say silly things - 
they do sound naff!
But their drunken antics
have now got me born,
Oh, my goodness - is
this the norm?

Out my head comes - 
and oh, what a sight,
Can I go back in - and
say; goodnight?
I did not ask to come 
into this life,
Now I'll have to face 
the trouble and strife?

Can these adults not
ask us babies?
Before their actions 
give us babies - the
All that sucking I will
have to do - 
Followed by hours on
that darn potty - having
a poo!

Having my back tapped - 
and slapped by my mother,
Oh now for my nappy - her
nose she will cover?!
Why do they do it - I ask
this now,
Next time, just ask me - you
silly old cow?!


Copyright © Darryl Ashton | Year Posted 2014

Details | Ode |

Run, my baby run

When mother nature, 
bears evil,
Run my baby run,
When her pregnance 
swells a little,
Oh run, my baby run.

Her claws close life's 
chord, of umbilical,
Her voice R&Bs and POPs 
notes, so unearthical, 
Oh Rihanna, my meek 
kind of love,
I now sing mama, ram-
pam-pam-pam, ram.

Note when life seems not 
Tha living,
Simply run my baby run,
Run towards a place to 
A sweet sanctuary in my 
Please feel comfortable 
and reside.

And if ever predators 
persue your precious life,
Oh again my heart sings 
for love,
Run, my baby, run. 

Copyright © Godwins Piyo | Year Posted 2013

Details | Ode |

The World Turns

the hyena cackle of rifle fire,
the wails of mothers and babes blown out like candles, 
smothered by the cold winds of war. 

little stumpy legs and thin spindly arms,
the body of a child soldier,
falls into the mud,
no tears fall, 
no lips kiss the wounds better,
no service carried,
no grave dug,

the world doesn't stop turning,
though we wish it would,
can life be worth it,
if this is part of the deal,
all the pain.

war, famine, rape, and toil,
beneath the machine a heart beats,
nature red in tooth and in claw,
and the sad truth is, 
that it was the heart that was cold 
and the machine that allowed us the means 
to a greater kindness.

but there is no such kindness here,

in those war zones evergreen of 
Syria, Nigeria, Uganda and the Congo, 
where innocence is lost amidst the struggles of tribes, 
where humanity is sacrificed,
at the alter of the demons inside us, 
paranoia fuelled by the green beard effect, 
the chains of our evolutionary make up,
tie us to this hatred, 
this fear, 
this wanton destruction. 

an all consuming fire, 
where mothers are whores, 
beaten and chastised, of no worth 
and fathers are spies for the enemy, 
rats to be tried by hungry executioners, 

a fire that turns children into dead eyed beasts and compassion into a fairy-tail.

little stumpy legs and thin spindly arms,
fall into the mud,
no tears fall,
no lips kiss the wounds better,
no service carried,
no grave dug.

The world turns, 
no matter how much we may wish it would stop,
the world turns.

Copyright © Oliver Gould | Year Posted 2015

Details | Chant Royal |

Ode to the Baby Mama

Within the wolves’ den, the women menstruate together as one. Bleeding and screaming. Hatred from nothing. The succubus has dreams too. Consuming all, hunger never ceases. The tentacles from inside their wombs reach out grabbing at your pocket book. You are now a part of the hive little drones, work till you die. Don't speak, for you can never out scream the mother beast. That all knowing oracle of man's despair. The wolves den breeds filth, Filth breeds filth. Your skulls’ added onto the collection above the fire place mantle.

Copyright © Pauly Plaster J.R. | Year Posted 2015

Details | Free verse |

Ode To Baby Boy

Precious Little Baby,
Not Yet Born.
Passes Before He's
A Chance To See
The World.
Mother's Heart
Torn Open,
The Many Tears
She Cries.
Yet She Has
Come To Terms
With The Loss Of
Baby Boy.
I'm Sure That Our
Lord Jesus
Has Taken This
Baby Boy,
For He Has Got
Good Reason
For Him To Not Be
I Hope That Baby
Knows He Will Be
He'll Look Down From
And See The Tears
His Family's Shed.
This Baby Boy, You
See, Will Never Have
The "Firsts".
The Many Firsts That
With Each Year Of
His Life:
No First Baby Tears.
No First Baby Years.
No First Baby Steps.
No First Baby Words.
Goodbye My Precious
I Will Not Forget,
The Anticipation That
I Felt,
While Waiting For Your
You're In A Better Place
And You'll See What
Heaven's Worth.
The Beauty Which
Surrounds You.
And The Overwhelming
The Good Lord Who
Created You,
Will Hold You In His Arms.
He'll Embrace You And
Protect You.
And Make Sure You're
Not Forgotten.

Copyright © Karen Harris | Year Posted 2010

Details | Ode |

The hunter has been hunted

The nation is thrown into grief.
Our national flag is flying at half mast.
Everyone is wearing a sack cloth.
The dangling axe fell on us.
And the mighty has fallen.
Our hearts are filled with dread,
And our eyes as heavy as lead.
Nigeria, Africa’s number one soccer nation, 
Has been given a run for their money by the Ghanaians.
Culminating our early exit from the African nations cup.
The green and white jersey that we adore,
Have been dragged in the mud.
These are not the Eagles we have been celebrating.
Or are these Eagles suffering from bird flu,
That they cannot glide.
Their spirit  was willing but their  flesh were weak.
When we were young, we were strong,
Now we’ve grown but we are weak.
The reputation that took us  years to build,
Have been destroyed over night.
Because we went to fetch water with a basket.
The baby has been thrown away with the baby water.
The Midas touch we used to have have been used on us,
Because we could not strike while the iron was hot.
The hunter has been hunted.
And we have fallen from  frying pan to fire.
Football has kept us together as a nation for many years.
The Ghanaians has put a knife on what kept us together.
And we have fallen apart.
Once beaten, twice shy.
We hide our faces in shame.
No one is to be blamed.
What is sauce for the goose is also sauce for the gander.
Every dog has its own day and it was not our day.
A soldier lives to fight another day.
And never says never because quitters are losers.
The big question is,
Shall our bones rise again?
Or have we withered like the cursed fig tree.
Only the bowel of time will Tell.

Copyright © chukwuma obiora | Year Posted 2008

Details | Ode |

I Am Missing My Baby Girl

Everyday I awake to the softness of the sun rays, shining brightly through my window 
panes, I wonder to myself as I wipe the sleep away, from my eyes, before I get on my 
knees to pray. I bow my head and close my eyes, to speak the words that comes from my 
hearts, forming into sentences that goes up toward the skies,
Lord hear me now for I am about to cry,
I am missing my baby girl,Lord I am so tired,
I am missing my baby girl, Lord help me I am feeling a little wired,
I am missing my baby girl, Lord my soul feels like it's on fire.

I feel her soul passing through these rooms, giving life to every flower as I watch them
bloom, I smell her scent past through these walls, like a fire leaving behind it's 
fumes,I see her smiling as if she were in front of me, listening to me, clapping for me, 
as I sing the blues.

I am missing my baby girl Lord, and I don't know what to do,

I am missing my baby girl, Lord I am so confused,

Heavenly father help me, clear my mind so I can just get through,

these terrible times as I lie hear listening to this priest read from the obituary at my

ten year old's funeral.

Lord I am missing my baby girl, oh Lord I need you 

so please, please, hear my prays to help me make it through.

By N. McCoy

(To Maria, In Loving Memory of Markita Weaver)

RIP Baby Girl We Miss You


Copyright © Nahisha McCoy | Year Posted 2005

Details | I do not know? |

The Story Of My Life: An Ode To John Rhinem

As approaching his fifty-fifth birthday this July thirteenth
We sit down for some extended sharing of thoughts and life
Borne within a place called Angels Camp his Father an inventor
Slash author actually and mother became one's own creation ? Time
Apart from beginning or matter their world, without end:

Copyright © Jeremy Street | Year Posted 2014

Details | Ode |

Miracle Walk With Special Angel Of My Son

There were days and nights
When I wondered and cried for my sons healing
In such a storm of darkness you came my way
Your eyes were filled with the glory of God
Your words were so gentle and giving me hope
Gods grace was shining upon your face

Each time when my son stumbled
You reached out for him and lifted him up in your arms
Giving him hope and strength through your miracle touch
Dr. Krishnan. You indeed were an angel for my son! 
You watched over my son’s health 
You served my son day and night 
When the whole world was in deep sleep
And thank God for you for your grateful heart.

You’ve touched my son’s life in a special way 
You’ve touched our hearts with your kindness
And compassion in a special way
When storms were raged in my life! 
Angels are among us and to me 
You are One of Them
You are my sons Special Angel
So wonderful and rare

I thank my God every time I remember you.
Words cannot express how grateful I am 
For treating my son and healing him 
And for restoring his health back to normal 
And for saving his precious life
Thank you for your miracle touch from God 
Thank you for your angelic team.

In my prayer for you I pray
That God bless you and use you in all of His ways
May God's fragrant blessings be upon you everyday 
In every way, now, tomorrow and always 
Doctor, you are gift from God, a valuable treasure
I Hope you know, How much, you’re appreciated! 
Thanks So Much for all you did for my son and for my family! 
Dr V Krishnan, You are always remembered and never forgotten
Wherever we are and wherever we go!

Copyright © Shaila Touchton | Year Posted 2016

Details | Classicism |


From his voice springs the tenderest sound of lute
There is not a moment
In the company of my little cherubim
Oh how I love him, how I love him!
Dissonance played in my core.
Before his birth 
My first born.
Our pride and Joy.
The cold of winter is all but gone, gone, gone!
Even your sulkiness embalms my soul.
You and your sister bring the most
Joy joy joy!
 To our household.
* to my little boy

Copyright © YASEMIN BALANDI | Year Posted 2016

Details | Ode |

Sleep, Baby Sleep CARSHRA'S lullaby

Sleep Baby
 Sleep Baby
 Sleep all you want 
you will never be lonely with Jesus your own 
Sleep Baby
 Sleep Baby 
Sleep all you want
 you will never be lonely with Jesus your home
Hush, quite down
There's no danger here
Jesus, your mom and I will always be here
Close your eyes and relax
Don't be afraid God will guild you for always
Sleep Baby
 Sleep Baby
 Sleep all you want
 you would never be lonely with Jesus your own
 Sleep Baby Sleep
 Baby Sleep all you want 
you will never be lonely,
you will never be lonely,
you will never be lonely with Jesus your home

Written by James Edward Lee Sr (c)1978
Dedicated to 1st born daughter of Carmen & James Edward Lee Sr

Copyright © James Edward Lee Sr. | Year Posted 2017