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Passing through
There's many things in this world that will    
take your breath away. Holding on to what  
we have growing old until our dying days. 
It's just an old face but the heart got much to say,
love...Read More
Categories: achieved, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Prose Poetry



Flies and Immortality

Few flies ever get a proper funeral
much less a respectable burial:
No ornate tomb, no mausoleum,
no eulogy, though a few of them
have been immortalized on canvases
of famous Dutch floral masterpieces.
But only a few in all of flydom
have achieved what has become...Read More
Categories: achieved, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member What do we know
We look at this world from our hiding place,
Through a mist of ignorance and prejudiced gaze,
From a tiny little hole with a tiny little piece,
We interpret the whole blooming space!

Intellect is locked and we have thrown away key,
Our God given...Read More
Categories: achieved, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, bible,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tragedy Loss and Sorrow
The way of tragedy is not for humans to know
For Karma can play a heavy hand.

With many people in many places 
Marching back and forward in a Time called Memory.

Some feeling needless loss, others the deepest sorrow
While others ho-hum along...Read More
Categories: achieved, death, eulogy, grief, judgement, life, loss, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Masterpieces of Love
Written by Gail DeBole
on March 11, 2020


- Putting together a scrapbook of your child’s best moments
- Creating an heirloom bedspread out of old T-shirts for your child 
- Framing a child’s stick-figure picture like it is the Mona Lisa
- Creating...Read More
Categories: achieved, child, children, family, love, parents,
Form: List



A RATTLING RHYME
A RATTLING RHYME

Hannah McCustopha, married to Mustapha,
Couldn’t stop chattering, just like her dear Mama.
Yat ta ta Ya ta ta, Na ta ta Na ta ta.
That was the cause of Ma’s parting from her papa.

The feminine side of the family McCustopha,
Famous...Read More
Categories: achieved, mother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THE PERFECT DEMOCRAT







He is
the perfect democrat 
for
he cares less if one is:
a man or a woman
young or old
black or white
rich or poor
powerful or weak 
knowledgeable or ignorant 
Christian or Moslem 

Who is this ruler that has 
achieved this incredible exploit 
that 
no...Read More
Categories: achieved, allegory, discrimination, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Talent
Talent
is a sword
that cuts down the walls of impossible
so that a dream
can be created and achieved...Read More
Categories: achieved, analogy, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Nietzsche
Pain is everywhere
Springing from the crown 
Of the head and like jellyfish 
Expanding proboscis
Cover the whole body
Till the end of the toes
He collapses in epilepsy
And lays there on the cold floor
For the whole day
Till the senses start coming 
Back the...Read More
Categories: achieved, anger, anxiety, deep, philosophy, visionary,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member All Things Can Tempt Me
All things can tempt me from composing words
I long to write praising these carefree birds.
A nice sonnet by noon could be achieved,
But first my bladder needs to be relieved!
Oh wait, there’s gardening that must be done,
Plus meals. Then chores –...Read More
Categories: achieved, bird, poetry,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Soliloquy
SENTIENCE'...And Whispers the  earth revolving , birds fly against its direction 
The wind is dying as the moon is getting along in this solar system, not far nor
Very close; the oceans murmer, tectonic plates rumble and cable cars ascend
Over...Read More
Categories: achieved, allusion, appreciation, confusion, fashion, international,
Form: Prose
No Teacher's Pet
When the coronavirus came
The news said there's no one to blame
It killed off my master
His dog a bit faster*
And that's how they both achieved fame.

*A dog in Hong Kong has tested
positive for the coronavirus
...Read More
Categories: achieved, dog, education, health,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Neighbours
They hate me for what I am,
Not that I did anything to them,
I have not as much said a word,
But they have decided I am bad!
They do not look me in the eye,
When they see me there is no Hi!
When...Read More
Categories: achieved, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poetry Soup
We have all done wrong,
there is but one true God.
Only he is perfect,
the rest of us are flawed.

Forgive and forget,
this can be achieved.
Let the good lord guide you,
and always believe.

We are not here to judge,
we are all here to share.
The...Read More
Categories: achieved, appreciation, inspirational, thank you,
Form: Rhyme
A Great Confusion
Is, it, to be called classi?cation?
Or is it a destruction of paci?cation ?
Or are humans still to undergo humanization ?
In which being humane is considered main quali?cation
Which is not being achieved due to illusional mesmerization,
Should we call it misconception ?
Or...Read More
Categories: achieved, anti bullying, confusion, corruption, irony, jealousy, journey,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Premium Member The Classic Car In The Glassy Globe
Over eighty years ago, my father
made a miniature Model T Ford
from scratch to scale out of
paper, paint, cardboard, wire and glue.
He could cradle it in his palm
the size of a small teapot,
half globe used like a cake cover,
glossy black chassis,...Read More
Categories: achieved, car, children, dad, grandmother, kid, march, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I'm Simply Better Than You
When I look into a pool and sense my noble bearing
    in a reflection meant to dazzle and impress.
I see a gentle fellow imbued with love and caring
    whose need for adoration has been...Read More
Categories: achieved, funny love, humor, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Loss
The world of astrology is in lament,
And on deep mourning is intent,
For the sad loss of Robert Zoller,
Medievalist and Latin scholar;
It is always a blow when such people are lost,
Astrologers will be counting the cost,
Fellow medieval devotees
May include nominees
To further...Read More
Categories: achieved, appreciation, death, eulogy, heaven, stars, sun,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Flying Friends in the Firmament
In the midst of a quiet summer day, while the sun is peeping
And the gentle breeze brushing everything, dancing and passing
Our hero, an ant, seen sweating and puffing, but still climbing
Like a soldier on mission, to the top of a...Read More
Categories: achieved, butterfly, friendship,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Democracy On Fire
In "On Fire"
Naomi Klein reminds us
win/lose capitalism invites a cooperative action vacuum
and abhors restrictions on money-accumulating freedom,

But Earth,
healthy global climates,
wealthy ecosystems
invite regenerative win/win climax
of cooperatively nurturing health systems
and abhor inhumane definitions of "wealth"
as privately-held and autonomously sequestered currency
energy
natural resources
human resources
labor
equity
capital.

Climate...Read More
Categories: achieved, earth, engagement, health, integrity, political, psychological, social,
Form: Political Verse
Pure victory
Is a clean win important? 
And does it matter if it doesn't? 
That's my problem: 
Are the damage my words? 

What difference does it make how you achieved it 
What do you have now? 
And you're no longer in debt,...Read More
Categories: achieved, analogy, career, day, poems,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member MY SOUL - TWIN FLAME
TAKE MY SOUL – My Twin Flame

?The Material one Wonders, sewing doubts, maybe?
The Soul completes, two emerge as one,
The chaos of the divide collapses
Material succumbs to pressure as diamonds

Obstacles fade, diminishing, unseen evermore,
Where comes these Shadows of material world,
Sewing doubt,...Read More
Categories: achieved, i love you, love, miracle, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
What I Would Be I Now Be
I was always made to feel that I would be a fail, 
so now I have become a fail I feel I have done well 

I feel I have fulfilled the fate of failure set for me, 
and will forever...Read More
Categories: achieved, lost,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member War and Peace: That Midst Nations And Nationals


War and Peace, a classical fiction by Leo Tolstoy, first published as Voyna I Mir in 1865–69. This picturesque reflection of early 19th-century Russian culture saw as its power of vivid detail and change from subconscious interpretation, is commonly viewed...Read More
Categories: achieved, allegory, angst, life, marriage, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Leviticus
I must confess that, for years, the third book of the Bible called Leviticus was never one that I enjoyed or looked forward to reading. I had found it to be meticulous, hard, and difficult to read.  Perhaps it...Read More
Categories: achieved, bible,
Form: Acrostic