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Adjectival Poems

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Just because an impetus arose 1
Just because an impetus arose

Thank dog, and cat,
     no pet tee filed - late fee
incurred from this
     sole heir, matted son
     Avenue of Harris communique
to his youngest sister
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Categories: adjectival, angel, dad, dedication, forgiveness, kiss, little sister,
Form: Light Verse



Premium Member Fear not the Clause
FEAR NOT THE CLAUSE

There is no cause to fear the clause
It has no teeth, has no sharp claws
Though analysis may give you pause
Dissect it, then you’ll be the one to dictate

It has a subject, and predicate
But a usual function subordinate
It...Read More
Categories: adjectival, graduation, language,
Form: Rhyme
YOU BELONG HERE
Cup your emotions
In your adverbial hands
Let the air rejoice
For our love has no bond
I sees you in the moon
And you sees me in your heart

Preserve my breathe
Never dream in the adverbial 
Pretense of lost trust
Hide my pretty smiles
For  you...Read More
Categories: adjectival, age,
Form: Name
The Illogicality of Commonsense
By Stanley Collymore

At first I wasn’t in the least interested in you. 
But then, why should I be? You, after all, 
are an unmarried and out-of-work mum 
just turned 23 and, additionally and 
quite evidently in the general mix 
of...Read More
Categories: adjectival, love, life, life, mum,
Form: Prose Poetry