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Premium Member Aced
There was a young man named Dennis
Who thought he was an ace at tennis
He missed every shot
An ace he was not
He is now a Gondolier in Venice...Read More
Categories: aced, 10th grade,
Form: Limerick

Everybody, Let's Get a Move on by Having Fun at the University
K: I'm so not sorry for what I've done
I was in a university, having so much fun
In a university in this splendid city,
J & K: But you don't see me
You don't see me
Everybody, let's get a move on
From dusk to...Read More
Categories: aced, emotions, feelings, happiness, hope, joy, word play,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member WHAT LOVE IS
A daughter came to her mother, “Mommy what is love?” she quizzed.
Her mother knew it was difficult to describe just what love is.

“I’m not sure I can answer for everyone.” She said, 
as her daughter climbed upon her knee
“But I...Read More
Categories: aced, love,
Form: Verse
With Bated Breath

When you left me in mild mid-summer twilight
I heard you say you’d return on a silvery night
Through the dust of full moon of spring when
Hues would flush the first rose of my garden.

Beyond the blue haze of bright night’s beguiled
And...Read More
Categories: aced, imagery, international, lost love, spring, symbolism,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member COMPASSION
Coming back one cold winter morning from our local mall,
Outside McDonalds, a worldwide favourite port of call
Miserably, visibly frozen, shivering from head to toe,
Paced a vendor with a variety of goods, business seemed slow,
As thin as a rake, shivering...Read More
Categories: aced, poverty,
Form: Rhyme

Ladders Move Me to Laughter
The fall of sixty-three, I envisioned myself
"Miss Sorghum" of our Hancock County Fair.

I aced the talent phase on piano
but needed practice crossing a makeshift stage in heels.
Destiny roared, that fatal afternoon,
my clever escort list'ning for the judge's voice,
grabbed my hand...Read More
Categories: aced, child, fate,
Form: Free verse

Type casting Pirates of Penzance
Lining up those who’ll sing and dance
Some aced the illusion
Others beyond delusion
Laughing so hard I wet my pants 

Submitted on April 8, 2019, for contest PIRATE THEMED LIMERICK sponsored by TANIA KITCHIN  -  RANKED...Read More
Categories: aced, dance, funny, judgement, voice,
Form: Limerick
Little known holidays occurring on February fifteenth
Little known holidays occurring on February fifteenth...,
awaiting commercial sponsors to become...
what else...,but hand over fist money makers?

Excess Valentine's surplus sweet treats
and assorted paraphernalia
need not go to waste
said sappy accouterments
can be repurposed

quickly without haste
less pronounced celebrated fetes faced
overwhelming stiff as an...Read More
Categories: aced, america, appreciation, celebration, february, humorous, memorial, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Binary 101
Binary 101

Numerically double-edged,
Duplicitous it is paired
Likewise and two fold
Its twin coded binate, not spared.

Double barrelled
Bilateral couple,
braced – unified.

Mated and single
Coupled, unpaired
Mixed radix,
Can be shared.

Digitally based
Systematically aced
Zero blocks the chain

Based at one
The power redefines
Linear thinking holds

Only conversion
The values you will...Read More
Categories: aced, computer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ACED IT

She belted out a song
Knowing she could do no wrong
Making a win her life mission
She blew away the competition
Everyone was so impressed
They didn’t need to hear the rest

posted on October 18, 2018...Read More
Categories: aced, success, tribute, woman,
Form: Rhyme

Celebrity Limerick
Pipped to the post!

Neil Armstrong shot off to the moon
Strapped into a cosmic cocoon.
He came to renown
When one foot went down
Ahead of poor Buzz -what a boon!

But as they returned to home base,
Buzz had a big smile on his face.
For...Read More
Categories: aced, funny, moon, success,
Form: Limerick
Trawl Tale Of A Fictitious Seaman
(scoured from dregs of me muss held head)

I shore up a vignette to free 
my ("FAKE") grandfather Hymie,
whose scrunched countenanced 
evinced beetle that of browed monkey
he spent his entire life at sea
his thick calloused hands

and ruddy complexion re
enforced non verbal...Read More
Categories: aced, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Narrative
Premium Member To The Aced Ones

Out of the day, veiled
in curtains of deceit and lies,
on the wings of realities I sail,
dispelling inferno-like evil cries.

Bullies come in all shapes and forms,
practicing their craft with assumed powers;
some even claiming they represent the norms
with little or no respect...Read More
Categories: aced, allegory, analogy, bullying, evil, imagery, political, vanity,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Last One You'd Expect
Eli…my dear Eli….

We’d never imagined it would end this way,
she was so perfect, so impressive.
Seemed like she could do anything
that she set her mind to.

Her reasoning was flawless,
a thing of profound beauty,
and she was such a quick thinker,
she lapped all...Read More
Categories: aced, death, loss, science, science fiction, sorrow, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Tale Of A Fictitious Seaman
My grandfather Hymie 
     spent his entire life at sea
his thick calloused hands 
     and ruddy complexion re
     enforced non verbal body language 

voluminous tomes as testimony
 ...Read More
Categories: aced, adventure, art, character, deep, god, memory, solitude,
Form: Ode
Premium Member I love you Dad
So many things I want to tell you my Dad
But I choke up in tears feeling awfully sad,
I grew-up so fast since the day you died
Pledging urgently to do well as tears dried.

Don't recall listening to anything you said
Never took...Read More
Categories: aced, grief,
Form: Quatrain
Sick n tired of u phonies
No such thing as loyal homies
Shaking hands, hugs
Taking pictures like u love me
Oblivious of the difference
In "friends"and being "friendly"
Try to pull some buckshots
You'll get a not so happily ever ending
Walking around acting as though
They got...Read More
Categories: aced, cancer, dream, friend, lonely, trust, truth, words,
Form: Rhyme
By Valerie Odom
Feb 28, 2015

They told us that we’d come into the world unblind
That it was our time
That our generation was the one
And when I’m with the quarters before the dimes

They said our generation was too much to handle
That we’d...Read More
Categories: aced, conflict, spoken word, truth, youth,
Form: Free verse
One For The Sports Writer
One For The Sports Writer

When young kids achieve successes in competitions...
Parents, they bubble with pride and hanker for some recognition...

Hey, you know something? My kid, he just aced the competition...
Yup, my son (or daughter), he has just emerged the champion...

Here,...Read More
Categories: aced, celebration, community, cool, dedication, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Hope Is
Hope is the possibility
That you might overcome challenge
Hope is praying you might
Get first chair in band
Hope is getting up 
On the stage and 
Singing your heart out
Hope is that maybe
You aced the test
Hope is a cannonball
Into the pool
The day before...Read More
Categories: aced, hope,
Form: Free verse
Poetically Inclined Delusions
She's the closer in her
   own intangible talent,
came upon an absurd
   assumption she
might be a poet, merely
 discernible as conveyed
  ill-drifting  imagination 
betwixt dispersed antagonism
    and magniloquent coercion,
her mediocre existence aced...Read More
Categories: aced, allusion, conflict, confusion, fire, hyperbole, identity, poetess,
Form: Personification
Premium Member A Shakespearian Sonnet For Gos
This day we come to celebrate a friend
Whose absence we imagine not at all
For comradeship like this should never end
Though mighty stands the tree before its fall.

Adventure seemed to be our daily fare
For frequently our path was overgrown,
With sturdy backs...Read More
Categories: aced, friend, friendship,
Form: Sonnet
I wound the dressing around my wound,
has I tear it off a tear.

Runs down my cheek and I realize,
what your eyes are about to hear.

The wind can't wind my watch I watch,
and see it isn't so.

The bark can't bark its...Read More
Categories: aced, art, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Look, No Stone
Since there was no stone to close Jesus’ death tomb
According to modern Christian myth, it had vanished,
But as of the Gospel version of this story, boom,
In Luke 24:2 the stone was rolled away - astonished?

Matthew 28 verses 1 to 6...Read More
Categories: aced, culture, easter, emo, faith, jesus, social, society,
Form: Quatrain
I gulp a flame of desire
At the sight of your ecclesiastical attire
Being proxy for a pacifier
That elicits a comfort for my quagmire

Your smile, your smile 
A sun in a darkened profile
A moon that illuminates the eventide. 
Oh lily of the...Read More
Categories: aced, beauty, cute love, for her, girlfriend, poems,
Form: Rhyme