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Adios Poems

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Premium Member ADIOS FOR NOW

Chased the setting sun
To the cliffs of time
Adios my love
A metamorphosis
To jet black velvet sky
A trillion diamonds
Fluttering there
Amid eternity
Dreams launched
Into infinity
Pending in wait
Till we meet again    

posted on February 9, 2020...Read More
Categories: adios, goodbye, hope, lost love, sky, stars, time,
Form: Free verse

El dolor llega, una vez más
El suelo brilla por la lluvia
El invierno está terminando, la primavera está cerca
El cielo está triste por que sabe que hoy me iré Dios no me me llamo yo quise ir me antes que el...Read More
Categories: adios, angel, cry, death, depression, father, feelings, heaven,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member A Year of Smiles in 2020
Goodbye to Old Year
Please come in New One
Changes happen anyway
What was impossible becomes 

Be gone sad yesterdays
I really hope you stay away
Imagine another brand New Year 
And the same old problems again

Adios to me before
This New Year can't be the...Read More
Categories: adios, new year,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Appreciation





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Categories: adios, addiction, devotion, family, friend,
Form: Alliteration
Word Hobo And Heroes in Poetry Especially Prof Jim Link
A Peace Poem for Jim Link and Word Hobo:
This close to CHRISTmas what may I say
You two have seen so much, fought so well ...
And for the underdog, Prof. Jim Link, you and I
Travelled the Maryland trails of poetry and...Read More
Categories: adios, destiny, farewell, gospel, jesus, poets, prayer, writing,
Form: Salaam

How I say :: Elegiac stanza
Regret, how I lost you forever, though
I truly loved; you know what twinge me most
memories of few moments with you, know
it won't make sense now, but I stay engrossed.

Think, your leaving made me worthless, although
our heart to heart...Read More
Categories: adios, farewell,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Premium Member Go Go Boy
Go Go Boy 
He’s got the moves 
Smooth like vinyl
Without the grooves
Zip zip zap zap
Making those toes tap
The mood’s psychedelic 
as the girls scream and clap

Go Go Boy’s so smooth 
 They’ve gotta groove
Those kinda vibrations 
makes Their bodies move
Scrumptious...Read More
Categories: adios, character, crush, cute love, parody, passion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Adios, Summer
You brought joy to our longing souls

How we cherished thy languid days

Thy bright sun and blooming flora

And thy life-sustaining showers

Yet, thy season was all too brief

Winter storms we foresee with dread

Oh! How we yearn for thy return

Entry for nette onclaud's...Read More
Categories: adios, seasons, summer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MADAME SIERRA--
Madame Sierra
if you think you can have another man, on the side;
Then it's off with you, then you and you friend need to go bye-bye-bye-bye;
Don't shed a tear in front of me;
I'll give you know sympathy, my, my, my
As you...Read More
Categories: adios, anxiety, appreciation, break up, devotion, lost love,
Form: Lyric
Hello, flamingo amigo 
Welcome to the clouds; 
Where you never been before. 
So say adios to all you've known....Read More
Categories: adios, funny,
Form: Free verse
Boo who
Boo who?

My apathy is my gift.
Without it I would not be able to live.
If I had to always care,
Then I would exist in perpetual despair,
And you would all get under my skin.

Keep your love and share your money.
Love is just...Read More
Categories: adios, depression, dream, emotions, goodbye, love, me, sad,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Poet Snarkies

The Poet Snarkies

These are the pigtailed cuties who play in the parkies.
Also, so darling and sparkly, they are the the life of all parties.

Till a new girl comes in and tries to simply
jump rope,
She has no idea they are Snarkies...Read More
Categories: adios, angst, girl, jealousy,
Form: Rhyme
Goodbye For Now
Goodbye for now,
I promise I'll come back somehow.
Ciao for now,
I'll return to you somehow. 

Sayonara for now,
My role in your life's play ends with a bow.
Adios for now,
My influence shall be in your memories now.

Au revoir for now,
I promise I'll...Read More
Categories: adios, farewell, goodbye, repetition,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member An Upside Down Frown

An upside down frown is the symbol of a clown
No troubles, just a real happy trip through town
With a big red nose
In his hat, a red rose
Bet you're smiling saying adios to your frowns

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Categories: adios, love,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Burden
                Plunged deep into chaos Man adios
                  ...Read More
Categories: adios, anger, inspiration, poets, stress, words,
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member Adios Roseanne
Adios, Roseanne

Roseanne's racist tweet caused big trouble

So she voiced remorse on the double

     The Trump-loving comic

     Appeared catatonic

Her hit show was tossed to the rubble

In secret she now keeps opinions

But where are...Read More
Categories: adios, celebrity, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member ME THUNK

Took one or two shortcuts
Thunk I’d get away with it
But it did catch up with me
No time for play
Now I’m paying
I’m out of balance
‘Twas meant to pass
But one by one
Let slip my good habits 
Thunk I’d take a break
But life...Read More
Categories: adios, conflict, hope, integrity, introspection, meaningful, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Translation of David Broza's Ay Amor Que seria de mi, Lyrics by E N Glass
Translation of David Broza's " ! Ay Amor ! Que seria de mi ! " by T. Wignesan

( I'm not certain if this' s the original title of the lyrics composed by Eitan Nahmias GLASS. My translation is made from...Read More
Categories: adios, anxiety, break up, heartbreak, sad love, song,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
A Poet, a Hero
A time when only a few dared to fight
against a foreign tyrant,
A Poet rose to speak

Oppressions suffered by Filipinos
in his writings, he revealed
A Poet with no fear

Freedom he sought through his powerful pen
Killed for his words and beliefs
A Poet noble...Read More
Categories: adios, hero, history, poets, tribute,
Form: Kimo
Premium Member John B Jackson 1880-1911
John B. Jackson

Norma knew.
Norma, my erstwhile friend of a thousand hunts;
Only she knew the feel of my beading thumb,
As we sought out promising locales, and
Our clever quarry, from points near and far.
From the salty marshes by the Pio Pico adobe,
To...Read More
Categories: adios, life,
Form: Epitaph
WHAT I'm visualizing

Hock what ever have to get here
A place where bodies never ache 
folks aging brittle bones and hips
never bother them never break.

Moments of pure sanity stays
and forgetfulness disappears.
On blanket under navy skies
creepy crawlers raise no fears.

Fields of possibility...Read More
Categories: adios, earth, future, imagination, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member WEATHER FORECAST 2018

Good evening ladies and gentlemen!  This is your friendly meteorologist at local station lucky 13 on the dial with the upcoming forecast for 2018.

On the horizon, we have a grizzly cold front blowing in from DC. ...Read More
Categories: adios, allegory,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Five Letter Words
Filly calls early, phone rings
“Hello Honey,” sweet voice sings
Filly tells Fella, feels alone
Hurry about, avers using phone.

Filly needs, sweet touch today.

Fella comes later, Filly waits
Loves sweet dance, sated mates
Filly happy, rouge robin sings
Fella upset, Filly wants rings.

Money tight, Fella needs...Read More
Categories: adios, break up, love,
Form: Rhyme
Alone, aging actor alive after abuse.
Adult adept, adapt action above acute ankle.
Admit ached, agree affix aptly crepe.
Ashen apres, amigo angry apart afore. 
Asked aloof aunty avoid awful baloo.
Alarm nurse ahead, agony alert.
Aggro afoot...adios amigo....Read More
Categories: adios, anger, care, courage, cute, hurt,
Form: I do not know?
Adios, Sayonara, Adieu
I think I might just turn about
and proudly walk away
I think I might just strut right out
without another word to say

Keep my calm, maintain my poise
Perhaps it’s best that way
Lips pressed tight, there’ll be no noise
As quiet as the break...Read More
Categories: adios, bereavement, farewell, lost love,
Form: Romanticism