Grook Imagination Poems | Grook Poems About Imagination

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In a Perfect World

In a perfect world
everyone's visions
would come to fruition,
but of course that couldn't happen
(given our nature)
and thus would end up in contradiction.

Perhaps it's because
we ask the wrong question,
thinking world means You or Me.
When in actuality
(when analyzed thoroughly)
World means We.

Written February 14th, 2016
For Contest: In a Perfect World hosted by Catie Lindsey

Honorable Mention

Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2016

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Too Busy Imagining

There are some that still crave
The smell of an old fashioned page
The look and feel
Of a bygone age
And there are some that prefer
A Nook or Kindle
That awesome feeling of lifting
A whole library
Without hardly thinking!
Pick a side! Pick a side!
They scream at me
But why bother wasting such precious time?
I could be reading!

Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2013

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Space Cadet

You'll find it is a good idea,
now and then,
to look at the bigger picture:
see with a broader view
the workings of your fellow men.
A word of advice, if I may,
please, don't stay too long,
be sure to always come back soon!
One learns next to nothing
about mankind
by looking at the earth
while standing on the moon.

NOTE: Another oldie.

Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2016

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I'm A Chump

<                                        emphasis of labor day

                                        symbolic's end of summer

                                        picnics and parades display

                                     American workers get chummier

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2010

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The coin operated                                                                                                                                                           word association machines                                                                                                                                            tumbling out fresh expressions from old clichés                                                                                                           one’s own peculiar way to say                                                                                                                                                               enhancing your everyday routine                                                                                                                                              though the true meaning may be complicated

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2014

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A Knight's Parody

A magic knight coursing on in brilliance

On lean hack in clanging, cleaving aegis,

Crunching incantation-dark, blunt, and grunt.

So light illumines his cold, whiskered phiz

And it predates the warrior in night hunt.

Chase is stashed by shade then stir lulls to prance

When periphery is gorged by a mist.

Pitches of bolts burst ahead ere he cries.

His corpus recoils from cuffs in the breasts;

Wide-flat nose lights down to the ground; he dies.

Copyright © eufemio basada | Year Posted 2007

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It was collected with deal
It backfired with glee
Refunding with pain
Casting away the gain
Sweats burrowed the furrows
To move,we borrowed the barrows
The barons gave the limit
The fire cackled in the pit
I am hot from pursue
I'm told I''ll be sued
Who will stand for me?
It is debt!
And I am incepted
And I am shamed
That's what debt does to all.

Copyright © NWANDO OBIANYOR | Year Posted 2007

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El-phi-ant says da dant da dant

Pine sol why do we pour-  a solution     			   	               
Does it make sense to us                                                                                                  
mopping floor’s emulsions                                                                        	                   
pine sap’s odoriferous              					        
entrapment insectual call                                       			            
naturally cedar’s repulsion                                                                                                
I smell an invent a cedarsol involvement-  a solvent                                                      
\                                                                                           a grook on observation

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2010

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Love Laughing Loud

Love laughing loud
At the devil's

Copyright © Gregory Golden | Year Posted 2010

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Poets and critics lament like ants                                                                                                                                                              grasping at different parts of an elephant                                                                                                                        poor blind men could not grasp the metaphor

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2017

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What Is A Grook

It could be a granny who is a crook,
or a gigantic fish caught down by the brook,
a hearty german stew you like to cook,
or how about a great person you read about in a book.
or possibly the theory of gravity when you unhook,
or the gravitational pull when you get a certain look,
or maybe that lost packet of gravy found in the nook?
I guess its mostly used for poetry but I thought
I'd take a second look.


Copyright © cheryl hoffman | Year Posted 2017