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Premium Member Too Many Pets

In number four were forty cats
And forty four dogs too
But the Dogs all barked and barked and barked
And the cats they all did mew

The neighbours were not happy
They all did complain
They said the noise the animals made
Was driving them all...Read More
Categories: acacia, cat, dark, dog,
Form: Rhyme



PURELY FROM THE HEART
Blissful, but verily a peace-filled encounter…
…Such was a “date” with Pogi-Bear, his favorite stuffed toy…
Neath acacia tree in the kids' park, reminding me of a vital truth:
Genuine relationship-bonds’ rejuvenation can happen as we work for it.

Yes, bonding moments are essential;...Read More
Categories: acacia, appreciation, birthday, child, encouraging, mother son, true
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Outback Souls
Close 'round the crackling fire we three,
with sweet acacia in the air - 
tell stories of Gallipoli
and digger's bond of friendship there.

We laughed and shared like family
with roof and walls of stars our home - 
tracker Wiley, Henry and me
on...Read More
Categories: acacia, eulogy,
Form: Quatrain
Milk Carton Crying

My poor vocabulary babies 
are gon missing
Tell me kind sir, have you seen them?

Us etymological mothers to
lingual children of lost former meaning,
we are milk carton crying

Many hotline tips 
that the academia search party
have been receiving,
unfortunately, has borne no adjective fruit
of...Read More
Categories: acacia, grief, metaphor, sad, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Deadwood
 Acacia tree satel’ the prairie land 
 
townsfolk gather the witnessing stand 
  music man muster the rhythm band... 
    a waltz they played, 
gravedigger prep a solo grave, 

shackles jingle accursed 
  limbs......Read More
Categories: acacia, betrayal, dark, death, irony, murder, sorrow, violence,
Form: Free verse



AN AFRICAN ROSE-love poem
When I stood my face, to steal a glance
You stood your face, to steal a glance
When I caught the thief, catching a thief
You arrested me, I chained you

The sun had just dropped, I had not eaten
My mother's full pot, but...Read More
Categories: acacia, beautiful,
Form: Verse
Premium Member MY HONEYS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
WHEN I MEET AN UNKNOWN HONEY, 
IT PUTS ME ON THE SPOT.
MY EYES AND NOSE 
AND MY TASTE BUDS 
REALLY WANT TO ROCK.
I LIKE A LITTLE MILK, 
WITH MY HONEY PLEASE.
I'D LIKE TO TRY SOME HONEY, 
FROM MANUKA TREE.
NOW SOURWOOD...Read More
Categories: acacia, adventure, education, fun, humor, identity, imagination, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Africa
The land of Baobab and Acacia sassa trees
The proud land of our forefathers.
The home of the fastest animal on earth - Cheetah
The oldest inhabited territory on Earth, 
Who handed treasure of wisdom down to us
The most-populous landmass. 

The place of...Read More
Categories: acacia, 8th grade, africa, animal, beautiful, beauty, bird,
Form: Free verse
sausage mash and peas
sausages mash and peas

Slowly climb the leaning tree and learn about leaves
Count them
Count the corners
The points
The colours
And when you have completed this climb back down but quickly this time
For this is a process of professionalism and professionalism is neither a...Read More
Categories: acacia, adventure,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Sprigs And Spirit Of Sistine -4
I'm not sure Shem
the Lord said he was sad,
he told me that a long time ago
the angels had done something terrible
that they had compromised their divine command
for carnal caprice, that their offspring had become offensive, 
I never thought that the...Read More
Categories: acacia, creation,
Form: Epic



Mother without Breasts
I live as orphan but I am not orphan
I live with mother but she is no mother
Her fingers cannot  feed me, her child
As she is a mother without breasts

Whenever visitors come she gives all
And those in granaries she donates
Her...Read More
Categories: acacia, leadership, mother, satire,
Form: Free verse
By Moonlight
By moonlight;                                      ...Read More
Categories: acacia, beautiful,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member If I Were an Elephant
Across the Serengeti plain our matriarch would lead,
Dining on the guarri fruit, and gum acacia seeds.
Upon our sweet green namesake grass our bellies we would fill,
I'd visit with my mother's bones, nap in the northern hills.
We'd cross the Mara river,...Read More
Categories: acacia, africa, animal, dream,
Form: Verse
Vacation
Sun glistening off the tropical bay.
White cotton balls float by reflecting Suns rays.
Surf down below melodically soothing the way.
Vistas of ocean from the left to the right,
spotted with green jewels enhancing the sight.
Sea birds floating serenely they glide, making me...Read More
Categories: acacia, art,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Wedding Day
Sweet lady Mokihana,
on her wedding day,
brings back all the memories,
of the things I did right.

Sunny days in Pupukea,
a fat hawser rope strung between
two acacia trees and 
a determined little girl going
hand over hand
all the way.
Easily the equal
to any boy in...Read More
Categories: acacia, anniversary,
Form: Free verse
BELIEF AND FAITH PROMOTES
Some persons wanted Him to be killed
Others planned to tie Him up or to expel
Plans of polytheists of Ka’bah, He was revealed
He moved to Medina, with a mission to propel

Besiegers followed Him, to track
Tracking led them unto a cave
Searched with...Read More
Categories: acacia, allah, angel, history, islamic, mythology, religion, urdu,
Form: Quatrain
Amaranthine Beauty
Matriarch of the Serengeti
With Brontide rumbling she guides the family 
puffing dust onto dry cracked skin

Gracefully she carries herself, swaying to the music of dancing plain grasses
petrichor rising from the earth brings relief
Amaranthine beauties plod along a well worn path

Drumming...Read More
Categories: acacia, africa, death, farewell, loss, nature, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
3 Acacia Avenue
the big shirt jigged and flapped, 
while the clothes line struggled 
to gain control; wily birds 
stamped their little feet to the
shirt’s sailing- ship, wild-blustered
rhythm;  below, the fat garden
cat licked its lips as Mrs Bridges 
prepared the evening meal,...Read More
Categories: acacia, angst, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Arrogance
Arrogance
Wandered brood of Adam,
lost, bewildered people,
hear what I have to say.
 
Stop for a moment before the mountains
and for the simple sake of awe
be humbled, let your tears fall.
 
Look to, look through the air above,
be moved by the sight...Read More
Categories: acacia, allegory,
Form: Monoku
I wish that I was a mountain
I wish that I was a mountain
A lofty and elegant one
With my roots deep in the earth
A crown of cloud bestowed on my dome


I wish that I was the Alps, with creased peaks
Arm in arms with all the other mountains
Built...Read More
Categories: acacia, dream, freedom,
Form: Free verse
My Paradise
The silly things you do and say,
Makes me laugh to cry all the way,
Yet end up chasing you to make you stay,
A continuation we had at the midst of may...

Seems a down pour emotion i could never explain.,
Of how was...Read More
Categories: acacia, love, memory, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Black and white film photography
         It was midday, just before the end of spring and sunlight had conquered everything. Despite the heat, the leafy pergola above his mother's yard enclosed them in her natural cool shade....Read More
Categories: acacia, childhood, color, daughter, family, father, love, remember,
Form: Prose
BEING BEAUTIFUL
Let the sun gaze upon your wonder,
As the ray portrays your complexion,
As the light illuminates your beauty,
And the vitamins accrue in your temple.

Let the wind blow your glamorous hair,
As you sway it from side to side lee to wards,
Like the...Read More
Categories: acacia, beautiful, beauty, girlfriend,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FAITH BRINGS THE HARVEST


   FAITH BRINGS THE HARVEST

			Although they go forth weeping
			carrying the seed to be sown,
			They shall come back rejoicing
					Psalm 124

The furrows of our beginnings lie barren: cystic Seeds fallen between the rows; statues of clods
Represent still stages shadowing scenes

Deferred.

Ancient...Read More
Categories: acacia, faith, hope, religious,
Form: Prose Poetry
Fruits of karma
sown acacia seeds
no one can hope to reap  
apple fruits

do your duty
it would fetch some day for sure  
sweet fruits of karma...Read More
Categories: acacia, 11th grade, 12th grade, inspiration, philosophy,
Form: Haiku