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Accusingly Poems - Poems about Accusingly

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Premium Member I am Alone
...too bad Being alone Days grow into weeks Sunday or Monday Who really knows? My novel untouched, glares accusingly at the vacant chair In my remoteness, I have misplaced the remote No images No sounds Alexa left ......Read More
Categories: accusingly, loneliness, lonely, longing,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member How Did My Sister Bear This
...daily. I yell for the nurse, but there is still time to hurt ourselves, watching. Mother's eyes flicker. Clock ticks, accusingly, knowing my thoughts. Morphine is given. She is finally released from this cancerous body. We are together,......Read More
Categories: accusingly, death, mother, mother daughter,
Form: Verse
Premium Member I Was Tricked
...y, sitting next to Tony’s sister, Carla……there she was! “Heard ya’ had a date last night with Bobby Giavonni,” I began accusingly, “I know it’s true because “Carla called my mother up and told her ----- Didn’t ya’, Carla?” (F......Read More
Categories: accusingly, funny, humor,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Glastonbury dress
...the wet fabric of the dress. That dress. The Glastonbury dress; the dress you wore for him. Your vacant eyes stare accusingly as if you didn't have it coming: Whore.......Read More
Categories: accusingly, anger, betrayal, body, death,
Form: Imagism
......come closer... Dark depths hide many mysteries. A giggle blown on the breeze, I smile. Death, bloated, stares up accusingly. A pond-skater pauses to read the nursery logo. Another comes to confirm. Crocodile jaws close over their ......Read More
Categories: accusingly, angst, death, imagery, introspection,
Form: Blank verse

Premium Member She Puts Us Through Our Paces
... She can hear a candy wrapper being opened a mile away. She races home, and tears through her dog door, Stares at us accusingly, gets on our laps, to smell our breaths. We always save her a piece. She has fallen into heaven, my girlf......Read More
Categories: accusingly, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Free verse
...RHYTHM OF TIME 7 15 pointers race accusingly. Crawl out of bed. Hurry to bus 8 00. Tulips open imperceptibly in the sun. Bus creeps through gridlock.......Read More
Categories: accusingly, time,
Form: Personification
... Six of them stare at me accusingly unblinking, motionless, all in a line, their silence since their sentence came to be bears witness to them......Read More
Categories: accusingly, death,
Form: Sonnet
The day of the single glove
..., now triggered as December snowflakes come, the single glove now rouses from it's sleep. On pavements fingers point accusingly or maybe show places where one might slip, one looked liked it was going to pounce on me and hold my throa......Read More
Categories: accusingly, clothes,
Form: Sonnet
Birthday Reflection
...ell and puppets accidently plunged That expression of sheer outrage your face did engage When your tiny head suddenly accusingly lunged I laughed 'til I cried as I intuited your desire to expunge You were so much older then your young......Read More
Categories: accusingly, birthday,
Form: Lyric
War Graves Visit
...dful field I walked, Where bodies lay All torn and bent, Their eyeless gaze stared back at me, It seemed, I thought, accusingly. I rushed out of the cemetery And looking back neat rows of graves Was all that I could see, And all th......Read More
Categories: accusingly, war, world war i,
Form: Verse
Is That the Moon I See
...e hours, Imagining myself a prisoner behind bars in medieval towers. The sight of the imperious moonbeams shine forth accusingly; The heartless eye stares down upon me, even if it can’t see. Unlike the daytime sun, it casts off no burst......Read More
Categories: accusingly, nature,
Form: Lyric
Right at Wrong
...d down to the bank Step inside and holler HOLD UP As I was running late All the tellers they screamed And pointed accusingly at me As I stood there in the middle Of all the melee The cops roughed me and cuffed me And took me t......Read More
Categories: accusingly, funny, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Prologue to Spring
...A frozen winter’s chill hangs in the air Icy landscape under a cold clear blue sky Frosty branches point skyward accusingly. The cold brittle air catches in the throat As if it is about to break in two as Winter casts its frigid......Read More
Categories: accusingly, february, memorial day, spring,
Form: Free verse
King Of The Field
...linquent crows. Redundant pose of a one-legged king leans into nonexistent wind, pointing malnutritioned sticks accusingly at the ignoble intent of winged demons. An impertinent robin perched on his dilapidated crown, sounds the......Read More
Categories: accusingly, nature,
Form: Free verse

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