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Accident Poems

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The ultimate freedom
Do you know the value of life?
You don't but you do
Deep inside
Who do you think you work for to learn how to walk?
Who do you think you work for when you take good grades in an exam?
Who do you think...Read More
Categories: accident, death, freedom,
Form: Free verse



Balloons
Balloons floating through the air
What a sight to see
Who let them go?
To drift around so aimless and so free
Did a bride let them go on her wedding day
Or some children do the same by accident, at play
The balloons are in...Read More
Categories: accident, 10th grade,
Form: Verse
And I Go On
Woke up around 2.
 Dark and quiet. Just me and the moon.
 Too quiet.
 Almost wrong.
 I feel the other half of the bed. Empty.  
Just a cold space where you should be.
Thunder heard in the distance. It's somewhere...Read More
Categories: accident, goodbye,
Form: Free verse
What is life
Life is about living all time before death
Life is adventure of what could be done instead of I can't do it
Life is gift to explore where we born
Life is beautiful because it has all colors to paint our way
Life is...Read More
Categories: accident, absence, addiction, adventure, appreciation, art, autumn, journey,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member WHEN OUR PATHS CROSS
PATHS THAT CROSS

After crossing paths with a parent of two of my former students 
it instantly occurred to me…
how our paths that once crossed everyday…now cross infrequently

I immediately remembered her smile and how her family always found a way
to make...Read More
Categories: accident, destiny,
Form: Verse



The Blood Clinic
For all those 
Who donate blood. 

           #

So here I am
In the blood clinic 
With a needle inserted 
Into my vein,

     The traffic outside 
 ...Read More
Categories: accident, care, health,
Form: Free verse
Stan Ridgeway Song
The readjustment was the hardest part
Not leaving the war zone
Or coming home back to his country
And to his wife and family and friends
But actually readjusting to the fact
That fact that he had no legs
He left them back in Iraq
Not as...Read More
Categories: accident, conflict, military, soldier,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Flower - a love story
The Flower – a love story in allegory
copyright 2014 by jon gutmacher and revised in 2017

The flower lay against the wall
it’s petals folded
huddled against the harsh wind that blew
unrelenting from the north
and it shuddered
and withdrew
as the cold winds began to...Read More
Categories: accident, allegory, love, romantic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Depression or anxiety
(Seems that these days a whole lot of people suffer from anxiety and depression. Now whether that's a reflection on our world and society, whether there's actually greater incidence of it or if we just talk about it more, is...Read More
Categories: accident, absence, angst, depression,
Form: Free verse
Her Love With Me Will Share
Her Love With Me Will Share

My darling dear who I find so fair,
Does have fine face and great hair;
Bells will ring,
When does sing,
And her love for me she will share.


What did happen was they did botch,
Something that occurred on my...Read More
Categories: accident, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Suddenly frisson aye describe
Suddenly frisson aye describe...,
I suddenly feel scared

As told once upon time helloo
from me matt chew
most previous poem ugh goo,
viz freak accident found ninety
degree angled desk corner (ewe
might not bull heave)

rammed, impaled, fricasseed 
smack dab skew
whirred spitting out
fluid on rotisserie
preparatory for...Read More
Categories: accident, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, care,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member TRAGIC DEATH OF A CHILD
             Like a moth
                        ...Read More
Categories: accident, death of a friend,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member An accident
You can open your eyes now, darling. Surpise! I bought it two days ago. This is a living room. There will be nursery. There's no furniture in a here yet, except that vase on the floor. Please, put this beautiful...Read More
Categories: accident, death, house, love, rose,
Form: Haibun
Bird's eye view
peacock plumage
divine perfection ~ 
or cosmic accident?


20.10.19

Get In Touch With Your Zen Poetry Contest : sponsored by Richard Lamoureux...Read More
Categories: accident, beauty, bird, life, nature,
Form: Questionku
Hands



I should hate to lose them in a freak accident.
They have brought me much covert pleasure.
Like shell-less crabs;
they have leased their homes, 
rested and moved on like itinerant workers,
Leonardo da Vinci was fascinated by them,
he understood that if you could...Read More
Categories: accident, poetry,
Form: Free verse
To live In The Moment
To live in the moment
Means we get to see things first hand
Made by the masters hand.
This is by no means an accident.
We get to see God's accomplishments
From any where we stand.
To live in the moment
Means we get to see things...Read More
Categories: accident, appreciation, beauty, education, inspirational, journey, life, memory,
Form: Roundel
Premium Member DESTINY
Have you ever wondered about destiny
and which of these is true?
Do we have free will, 
are we controlled by fate
or is life an intermingling of the two?

Do we have as much choice as we like to think 
as we travel...Read More
Categories: accident, destiny, fate,
Form: Verse
Feeling Numb And Out Of Place
I never thought I would have to say that my youngest brother passed away
A freak accident took his life
Always thought that I would die first.
Feeling numb and out of place
Can’t see anything but his face
Constantly missing and mourning him 
Hoping...Read More
Categories: accident, brother, death, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Accident Prone


Sitting in traffic on my cell phone
Thought perhaps I might be accident-prone
Got softly run over
Minor injuries to my rover
Now just sit here playing on my xylophone




...Read More
Categories: accident, adventure,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Look Outside
And as I look behind me
Where the hell did I come from
A night of thoughtful thinking
Has left me lying numb.

Once a youth in innocence
Asked tell me why I'm here
Not what was told you long ago
Something to quash your fear.

To assuage...Read More
Categories: accident, 12th grade, angst, life, perspective, riddle, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Head Games
Head Games

You love to play them. 

When you treat me badly, 
I let you, as I thought that meant…
I was loving you. 
I was wrong. 

When you stomped on me, 
or often if not always put me last, 
I thought...Read More
Categories: accident, allah, anti bullying, anxiety, appreciation, arabic, atheist,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Conquering Pain
Conquering Pain
(Through Mental Toughness)
Written: by Miracle Man
10-9-2019
I try not acknowledging that nemesis pain,
I view pain as a temporary irritation.
I won’t surrender, letting it become my bane,
Unless brought on by some ablation.

Any lacerations, I’ve always viewed as minor,
Whether stapled, sutured, glued...Read More
Categories: accident, pain,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member CALAMITY JANE


Everyone was staring
Frozen in their seat
Down the stairs
Made quite an entrance
Calamity Jane
Without her underwear

Her buxom figure
Generously in full view
For everyone to see
Down the stairs
All watched Calamity Jane
In her birthday suit

The whole incident
Might have gone unnoticed
But no such luck
Frozen in their...Read More
Categories: accident, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Captive
The memory of your warm kisses embraces my fear
As I lay in this huge bed, in the middle of nowhere
Crashing surf calms me as I try to close my eyes to sleep
But anxiety grips me, I cannot settle, my fear...Read More
Categories: accident, fear, grief, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In the Beginning
Life
A blank canvas in Space
At a selected Place
In Time.

‘Do your best work.’

An object perceived…

In a dream
A thought
A vision
Or sensed.

To see, and desire 
Right or not, a beginning
Observed, wanted by intelligence 
Identified as applicable.

Right cause
Act, this Time
This Place
This Space. 

To pursue...Read More
Categories: accident, 12th grade, 8th grade, celebration, dance, destiny,
Form: Free verse