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Alliteration On My Personal lines
ALLITERATION ON MY PERSONAL LINES©
Accolades for an accountable and artistic "alien".
Although, adversaries aspire to amplify my Achilles' heel,
Boring born brainless bold bastards
Bombard bonafide boys buddies,
Breathing bad breath after boozing &
Breaking-out a belligerent brawl,
Conforming to congruous conflict, forcefully coming like a...Read More
Categories: accolades, 1st grade, poetry, writing,
Form: ABC



DEAR MOTHER
DEAR MAMA

We've come to tell you that we never forgot. 
Yeah, ..  We never forgot you. 
In all you went through 
Trying to be a mother 
Trying to be a good wife
Trying to be our teacher 
Trying to be...Read More
Categories: accolades, mother, motivation, mum, my children,
Form: ABC
Graduation
By ways ambitious, and efforts grand, your goals like
tripods on rocky ground they never walked or wandered
neither far nor wide.
At times under stormless blue lit skies
or rakishly brash, bleak black skies,
weather stunts did test the glue of your motives
and fogged...Read More
Categories: accolades, graduation,
Form: Verse
Premium Member No Escaping



In my prime I hurtled around the track
My competitors floundering at my back,
Titles and medals, many won
Accolades, a victors plaque.

Slowed down some in middle age
Wiser too, if not sage,
Aware now of worldly things,
Hormones no longer boil and rage.

Old age now...Read More
Categories: accolades, age, life, time,
Form: Rubai
Sentenced Glory
Writing…
not the beginning of verse,
but the end

Grabbing life by the throat,
the birth of a thought
 —whose story begins

Captive together,
they walk word by word
toward the jury

Scars and accolades,
joy and strife
—in sentenced glory

(Ronald McDonald House: January, 2020) 
...Read More
Categories: accolades, words, writing,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Wasting No Time
WASTING NO TIME

Standing there just a vacuum of an empty void
Visions of dreams within; her head were ployed

She wasn’t playing idle, as filling in wasted time
To her never a circus; more so of a pantomime

Every play then; written by her...Read More
Categories: accolades, allegory, perspective, poetry, visionary, word play,
Form: Couplet
Fore And After
Married to only what’s on the page,
each word I wedded

The cheers and accolades silenced,
my vow applauded

Spoken or read each line was reborn,
within the covers

That blanket the fore and after of time
—betrothed to forever

(Villanova Pennsylvania: December, 2019) 
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Categories: accolades, time, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Into Days And Nights Of Writing Accolades To Poetic Titans True
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Into Days And Nights Of Writing Accolades To Poetic Titans True

Then Hope gave sweetest promise. Of Love's new open hand,
There under moonlit oaks, truth's goddess smiled and sighed.
But Life overruled such benevolent a reward. No mercy
Shall be granted, a man...Read More
Categories: accolades, art, creation, hope, humanity, judgement, life, symbolism,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member THE CELEBRATION CONTINUES
I wished you a Happy Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with merriment and laughter
and now I wish you Happy December 26 the less well known…day after.

(If you are from the United Kingdom or Canada…put this poem away
You have solved December...Read More
Categories: accolades, holiday, humorous,
Form: Verse
Twas december twenty second 1996
Twas december twenty second 1996...
(when all thru house in 1148 Penn Valley
thee eldest scheming to sally
forth unlike her papa hood dilly dally
nothing to chauffeur himself 'cept tally
sheet scored with failure.)

Twenty three years ago
most significant event
within mein kampf,
father time thankfully lent
biologically...Read More
Categories: accolades, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme



HAPPY NEW YEAR
Ringing in the New Year,
Ignites festal cheer.
Sparkling dance floor,
Glasses raise for a toast,
Showers of blessings,
Promises of love,
Youthful exuberance,
Burgeoning wings,
Untrammelled disposition,
Spirits unshaken,
Holidays flamboyant,
Achievements myriad,
Accolades and encomium,
Memories worth savouring rerun.
...Read More
Categories: accolades, new year,
Form: Verse
Words of A Dying God, Part I
Ever since I was a kid in college
something troubling has been on my mind,
put evolution near morality
and many contradictions you will find.

Our instincts versus our sentience,
blood programming pit against free choice,
and now matter how I looked at it all,
there were...Read More
Categories: accolades, depression, god, life, sad, spiritual, universe, wisdom,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Oh little gnat

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Hovering like a gnat that finds a face irresistible
Swatting frantically does no good as
insects will be insects and annoying is part of their plan

As it seems each day you find a new offering unfolding its wings,
buzzing about with your dirty...Read More
Categories: accolades, angst,
Form: Free verse
Giving God The Glory For My Poetry
GIVING GOD THE GLORY FOR MY POETRY

He amazes me with words that come expressed in poetry
And with the comments that return when others these words see.
I never know just why He gives me words right at the time,
And I may...Read More
Categories: accolades, god, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Honorable Mention
When just a child the poet's mom said "Son,
Throughout your life beware the sin of pride.
Remember this when every day is done,
What counts the most is who you are inside."

At first he thought his mother's words unfair
For recognition surely has...Read More
Categories: accolades, child, happy, life, mother, pride,
Form: Sonnet
Every Feather Earned
Life never handed her brocades
no silver lining accolades
Diligence, her saving grace
dreams and faith interlaced

She would know the deepest loss
become the one to fight the cause
Sheltering the brokenhearted
the lost, lonely, and discarded

Her loving choice to enfold
seeing the goodness in every soul
Each...Read More
Categories: accolades, angel, appreciation, humanity, native american, sister, spiritual,
Form: I do not know?
Becoming A Tree
Becoming A Tree
By Chris Casello

You’re taken for granted. Appreciated by few.
They can handle your shade and will lean on you too.
How many of them actually truly understand
how hard it has been for you to connect to the land.

You were neglected...Read More
Categories: accolades, appreciation, autumn, beautiful, nature, relationship, spiritual,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Life's Underdog
LIFE’S UNDERDOG 

I have a rival me, my bruv, with my parent’s that made three
Who took it upon themselves, never to see the winner in me

Every game played, accolades were given every time they won
Every time I won, I soon...Read More
Categories: accolades, character, conflict, how i feel, perspective,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member GARFIELD AND JON
Garfield, a loveable famous, lazy cat,
Who likes to eat and eat, that’s why he’s fat,
Jon his companion, Garfield’s friend or foe dude,
On call twenty four seven, to give Garfield food!
The world knows their love hate relationship
And of course Garfield's innermost...Read More
Categories: accolades, cat,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Magic Worlds
Old books of tasty treasures
give my life, so much pleasure.
Building worlds so bright and deep,
help me to read myself to sleep.

I’ve sailed with pirates, the seven seas;
cooked from books, with smashing recipes.
Dante’s, “Inferno”, took me to Hades;
was present when knights,...Read More
Categories: accolades, adventure, books, literature, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Woke gastroenterologist Mary Kathleen Friedland
Prescribed blood tests
present no qualms,
unlikely nothing askew i.e.
ticking time bombs
nor prone to catastrophization,

albeit anticipatory anxiety
plus demeanor of poetically titled
medical practitioner allays, calms
alleviates agitation exhibited
by dad's and/or mom's

panic minimizes si? no sweaty palms,
nonetheless precautionary measure taken
thumbing apostle Matthew psalms
ayee feel grateful...Read More
Categories: accolades, 11th grade, 12th grade, character, giving, hero,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Iamb beak peck tammy eater
Every friggin day
mother hen runs amuck,
while all chicken's
beady eyes appear awestruck
drawing particular
agitation, irritation, perturbation...

of Punxsutawney (Doctor) Phil
(well grounded) woodchuck,
the latter glaring at henpecked
yours truly rifled
tail feathered rooster,
whether communicating 

nonverbal sympathy
towards me, a garden variety
Gallus gallus domesticus  dumbstruck,
who doth make...Read More
Categories: accolades, abuse, father, grave, marriage, relationship, solitude, strength,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Friends Reunited
Friends? Reunited

By first class post - the invitation 
On flimsy card in pale blue tint
With sprawling “school days” animation
And scrawling script in child-like print
Announcing that another year
Could not surely be allowed to pass….
Would I care to raise a hearty cheer
Alongside...Read More
Categories: accolades, career, childhood, emotions, friendship, judgement, school, social,
Form: I do not know?
A summary
I see me in every little scared child
Littler than even the smallest of her peers
Voiceless outside, screaming inside
Taking solace in a closed space with a dozen imagined friends

I see me in every defiant teenager
Beautiful, smart yet full of lies and...Read More
Categories: accolades, abuse, africa, pain, self,
Form: Blank verse
The Eagle has landed
"The Eagle has landed”

Apollo 11 lunar module named “Eagle”
prediction defied naysayers ain't no boon
dog gull announced successful landing
while voice of Ole Blue eyes did croon

in Sea of Tranquility on moon
sometime about high noon
halting advancing armies
from one after another platoon
set down...Read More
Categories: accolades, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme