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Love Connection
Don't ever take me from this place
I'm too close to want a change and I don't want to miss the purpose

Being close to skin has got me feeling so thin but yet so full
I want to find us going in...Read More
Categories: accept, love,
Form: Free verse

Prayer Changes Things

Life is an everyday battle
But I'm going to fight it until the end
Because one way or another
I'm determine to win
But there's a slim chance
That I might lose some
Here an there
But either way I'm going into battle
Because God has not giving...Read More
Categories: accept, anxiety, emotions, pain, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Day of Solitude
As I sit in my only room I gather my thoughts.
Because of the Covid19 that I do not have yet.  I am not worried 
or frighten for I have reach that age where you just accept.  I find...Read More
Categories: accept, america, change, city, conflict, courage, culture, freedom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Forest, Never to Return, Part 2
Sometimes, in the dead of night
When all our fast asleep
We are startled awake by a loud and pernicious
Rapping sound, a bang bang banging sound

Like someone, or something
Breaking through our front door
Ready to take us, devour us
Tear us limb from limb

Like...Read More
Categories: accept, dark, death, evil, fear, horror, scary, violence,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Nothing more frustrating trying damndest to kindle memory
(buzzfeeding, kickstarting, needling darn noggin)

An effort to recall word, phrase,
musician... indigenous tribe...
most frustrating literary
endeavor to das scribe

aggravating enough to sub
bourbon spur teetotaler to imbibe
and/or nsync, whereby soul searching
devil's advocate demands bribe.

Lil brokeback Engelbert Humperdinck
(born Arnold George Dorsey) bent edict coercion
(think...Read More
Categories: accept, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse

Covid 19
Everything I have known has change
Everything that was... is revealing
The truth of every country, every person... aim
A divided world against a one virus prevailing

We are fighting for survival
We are fighting beyond reasons
We are fighting for revival
Simply are we not but...Read More
Categories: accept, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Today is the First Day of Happiness
Apprehend a blessed moment
of wonderful haughty agreeableness

Embroider it into a legacy hour
Exhilarated and motivated yet?

Not a gargantuous task 
bohunks and lunkheads can do it

Jocular? Not me.
Grandiloquent perhaps.

Lavish yourself with volumes of joy
Be flexible, accept inspiration

Today is the first day of...Read More
Categories: accept, 10th grade, 11th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
The Preacher with Steel Hands, Part I
Ray Richardson was known as a fighter,
and a big hit amongst the boxing fans,
though few of them ever called him by name,
his sobriquet in the ring was ‘Steel Hands,’
like Forman, Wilder, he had power,
his fights rarely lasted a quarter hour.

Now...Read More
Categories: accept, change, forgiveness, meaningful, pain, people, spiritual, sports,
Form: Narrative
Not everyone is on the right side; 
Not often the one who speaks can summon the tongue,
From using it for the good of others;
As the rising of the sun sets,
The state of beauty, 
And the presence of nature’s as it...Read More
Categories: accept, anger, angst, emotions,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member My Prayer for the day
I cross my heart and hope to die.
Go ahead and stick me in my eye.
I'll keep moving forward and accept what will be.
With Jesus, I have no fear of what's in store for me.

As the masses panic and lose their...Read More
Categories: accept, christian, prayer,
Form: Rhyme

The Truth Treasure
Are we blessed or cursed?
Who will get there first?
Into the far reaches of space
People race!
God, our Creator put it where?
It’s easy; it’s around
Truth can be found.
Astrologers try the stars and stare.
Pages of our lives lay bare.
But it’s not there!
Others just...Read More
Categories: accept, christian, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
The Past is still a part of me
I couldn't save my dad... I trust so easily I  up my life.. I get ed over so much... Ive been raped 3 times... Ive been pregnant before... Ive almost committed suicide more times then i can count, Ive...Read More
Categories: accept, abortion, abuse, bullying, cancer, judgement,
Form: Free verse
May this Angel of Death the Coronavirus pass over us
Oh may this Angel of Death, the Coronavirus pass over our beloved home land.
Oh our Lord please have your abundant merciful love pass all over our land.
Oh our Lord we humbly plea for the COVID-19 disappear and vanish into thin...Read More
Categories: accept, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Lyric
Abide: after Aubade by Philip Larkin
by Michael R. Burch

after Philip Larkin's "Aubade"

It is hard to understand or accept mortality—
such an alien concept: not to be.
Perhaps unsettling enough to spawn religion,
or to scare mutant fish out of a primordial sea

boiling like goopy green tea in a...Read More
Categories: accept, addiction, death, depression, drink, fear, religion, solitude,
Form: Sonnet
Listen My son
Listen My son, seek to be wise.
Correction and reproof, do not despise.
Be in one mind, and one accord.
Depart from evil, and fear the Lord.
Depart from evil, and fear the Lord.

Listen My son, follow me.
Don’t act, don’t act so carelessly.
Keep My...Read More
Categories: accept, christian, song, wisdom,
Form: Lyric
Corona virus; we cannot trust
Hundreds already have become dust
Millions fought back the death's spell
Conquering corona, now living well

Humans greed for sentient foods
And their craving for luxury goods
Led us to destroy the environment 
Purely, for selfish  enjoyment 

Plastics, vinyls float...Read More
Categories: accept, death of a friend, forgiveness,
Form: Free verse
A cold touch
yes today i will be silent
apologies for being defiant
my quiet doesn’t accept a tyrant
no matter how much you’re violent

no i’m not at all angry
yeah i’m closed there’s no entry
my tears are just the elementary
please don’t come inside my boundary

i know...Read More
Categories: accept, feelings, how i feel, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Just Accept My Acrostic


Topic: Birthday of Jamaica Rodriguez (December 18) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: accept, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
Like Dried Ash For A New World
I know they can live without me
They think they can't but they can
There are too many items in my life
They will come to be angry with me for them
I am so out of date
Passed my best used by date
targeted by...Read More
Categories: accept, travel, world,
Form: Free verse
Had A Friend Called Foreign
I’m offended you ended our friendship without an incident or chance, you’ve change your view of me but how when there’s been no me to see, wrong end of the stick and we unclip a drunken message opinions flip no...Read More
Categories: accept, friend,
Form: Rhyme
Majority nine
life is hard but i have to try
says many but some don’t imply
my daily sadness seen in each sigh
such are the daily cries of mine

we tell others not to cry
messed up ourselves but others must try
don’t be shy and don’t...Read More
Categories: accept, cry,
Form: Rhyme
You Are Mine
You say
You are going away
Never to meet me again.
More cruel than this,
You cannot be.
No one will accept you
The way I have 
Or care for you more.
O, my love!
You will lose yourself
In the crowd.
Do not make me
Find you again: 
Where to...Read More
Categories: accept, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No Future
If all of us do not accept personal responsibility for the future,
I guarantee to everyone that the following will happen for sure.
There will be no future....Read More
Categories: accept, future,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Economic Racism
Economic Racism

Would a man be any less a man
If he were to replace the iron links
Around his neck with gold chains,
Or the shackles on his wrists and ankles
With gold bracelets?
Would he be considered compromised
To the devil in exchange for indulgence?

Would...Read More
Categories: accept, corruption, history, money, political, power, satire,
Form: Verse
Pig s Love
Cheat and love and lie and run
Philosophical incline
Who will win and who will try
Broken promises supply.

Roses, Moses, Richelieu
Rothschild, Laurence Olivier
Who accept and who decline
Leave and stay or laugh and die.

Father Pig upholds the law
Mother Piggy makes coleslaw
Children piglets fight and...Read More
Categories: accept, black love,
Form: Ballade