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Humble Poet Pie
As I carefully craft and slow ly chisel
Each individual stanza and verb
I'm polishing my adjectives to sizzle
Meant to be melodious, never to disturb

Coaxing as a pied piper from the cacoon
Every bit of alphabet dancing in my head
Looking for a metaphor...Read More
Categories: adjectives, art, poems,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member 3 Step Poetry

It springs upon you.
Gleaming clawed metaphor
struggle to unhinge.

Many-legged adjectives 
commence to crawl over the page
similar to a robotic centipede
but bigger, shinier, brasher.

Then the seductive purr,
the mannered modes, the manicured forms,
the unmistakable reek of poetry.

The first step they say is recognition,
the...Read More
Categories: adjectives, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fault
At a loss for adjectives
At once objective logic starts
At your throat prerogative
At sure rejection love departs

At will defines your strategy
At times your heart betrayed
At certain points a tragedy
At fault, you swing the blade...Read More
Categories: adjectives, anger,
Form: Rhyme
Incumbent onus to stem tide of global warming
Plethora of humans (think overpopulation)
directly linkedin to planet Earth dire strait
re: environmental catastrophe, née debacle
teeters along brink tipping point inevitably
pitching civilization headlong into oblivion
Homo sapiens (minus those living off grid)
admirably self sufficient unto themselves,

perhaps ecological intentional community
while yours truly, one...Read More
Categories: adjectives, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Make it Glitter Make it Pop
An inkwell cupcake if you please.
Frost it with adverbs.
Sprinkle it with adjectives.
Don’t be stingy.
You can add more.
Make it glitter.
Make it pop!
Startle yourself.
Bake it whatever degree
Coleridge, Whitman, Thoreau and Poe would have used.

...Read More
Categories: adjectives, literature, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, word play,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Word Play Enters My Brain
They entered my mind at four a.m.
An hour past their usual witching hour.
Adjectives arrived first.
Dashing, sparkly, dimpled, dynamic, melodious, mercurial.

By five I have created six poems.
Adverbs are still dancing in my head
Begging for poem numbers seven and eight.
Cautiously, flippantly, studiously,...Read More
Categories: adjectives, poems, word play, words, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member How To Write A Poem

Take a moment of your time
And listen to your heart’s insight
Think about what you should write
Will it be personal or fictional?

Should your poem begin with a rhyme
Or should free verse be your style?
I doubt you’ll discover the best the first...Read More
Categories: adjectives, appreciation, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Opening Lines

The opening line in my story
Gave the reader a nudge
To read the entire tale of prose
To the end that would be golden

The story shook with appreciation
For all the joys they’d found together
Two hearts, two souls, two lives
Bound up into one...Read More
Categories: adjectives, books, inspiration, inspirational, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Words right me and I write them
Beautiful, stunning words flow
From a pen that is soothed
By nouns, verbs and adjectives
Adverbs that are stifling, 
Silky, soft words that whisper
Through innocent verses
I hope they remember to haunt
Their reader with good memories
And compassionate phrases
Melancholy that often favors
The long rhymes that...Read More
Categories: adjectives, inspiration, words, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Haunted House
A Monotetra

I moved into a haunted house,
the ghost there was, an obnoxious louse.
he’d sneak up on me like a mouse,
my hair he’d touse, my hair he’d touse.

My best underwear, he hides,
he’s a pervert, I surmise,
gives me a daily surprise,
patience he...Read More
Categories: adjectives, fun, halloween, house, places, poems, poetry,
Form: Monorhyme

To kill a writer
I draw daydreams devoid of grammar.
Jumble memories with synonyms.
Cook laughter with adjectives.
Flirt with rhymings.
Drool over oxymorons.

My masterpiece is not just another
crushed paper.
Or left stale at the back of a 
hotel bill.
Or a long text message
killed slowly 
with backspace.

It is not...Read More
Categories: adjectives, art, emotions, journey, self, simile, words, writing,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member IN A DREAM landscape
miasma of despair
in brooding silence
                   ...Read More
Categories: adjectives, inspiration,
Form: Verse
Premium Member My Words
Soft, sweet words lay dormant
Awaiting that special moment
When I can pull them out of their closet
Press them with the heated iron
And lie them in a row, like pearls
Connected only by a chain of sterling
Silver, organizing each sacred dream

Whispers of nouns,...Read More
Categories: adjectives, fantasy, imagination, poetry, poets, word play, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who Knows Them All
I finally stopped belittling myself for not knowing them all.
Because who does? 
I mean, really, WHO?
Maybe my mother.
No one else in my family.
There are 600,000 of them in the English language.
Homophones like ate and eight.
Adjectives like gurgling and bungling.
Adverbs like...Read More
Categories: adjectives, word play, words,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member School Days
At school I must have been naive,
for I was told I must achieve.
Add up, subtract even divide,
equations, algebra must be tried,
Nouns, verbs I had to learn,
adjectives were my concern.
In French we should pronounce our ‘R’s’
By making gargling sounds that purrs!
In...Read More
Categories: adjectives, childhood, school,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member IN THE MORNING

     In the morning I chew on birds, 
East-caffeinated chirping words.*
My adjectives ink-up with dawn,
To catch the shimmer of a fawn.

     My mind’s sharp though my eyes are blurred. 
With...Read More
Categories: adjectives, morning, writing,
Form: Rondeau
Humus me My vegetated chokes ingest
Humus me? My vegetated chokes ingest!
(jokes all in jest)

Hard to believe, I orange in a lee
started life as barely visible speck!

Just in the course of healthy growing
season, this former minute nearly
microscopic entity developed into
quite pleasing nose cone herbivorous

specimen, though modesty...Read More
Categories: adjectives, 11th grade, 12th grade, animal, beautiful, crazy,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Adjective Cellar
The Adjective Cellar

Nestling smugly twixt pepper and salt
The adjective cellar begins its assault
When carelessly picked by some epicure
Who sadly considers himself connoisseur

Once the poor dinner guest flips up the top
The words tumble out, they’re awkward to stop
They bounce on the...Read More
Categories: adjectives, fun, language, literature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A COMPENDIUM of alliteration

    ...Read More
Categories: adjectives, poetry, word play,
Form: Alliteration

When words takes you from

                                   ...Read More
Categories: adjectives, anger, anxiety, depression, heartbreak, life, love hurts,
Form: Senryu
I'm like hey!
She be like o why?
But anyways...
I be writing those weird lines again,
Strange got stranger,

Its me G, the diabolical:
O damn I'll be pretending,
Like the world and I'm just a writer!
And my words be the characters:
Doing words, damn those verbs!
Nouns...Read More
Categories: adjectives, allegory, education, fun,
Form: ABC
Premium Member My Poems Propagate Themselves
My poems propagate themselves
               stirring ingredients like adjectives and adverbs
                ...Read More
Categories: adjectives, muse, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, self, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trixie My Muse Keeps Me Alive
My poems propagate themselves
stirring ingredients like adjectives and adverbs
as I slumber, gloriously out of my mindset

I give my muse permission to pay attention
for I am not in body. Astral travel is my go-to-dream place

Taking no credit, I blink awake often...Read More
Categories: adjectives, muse,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ducks and Drakes
Back in the day I used to think that death
could turn the flaws of life into its merits
like water into wine. As though breath
pursues breath out, death, I thought, inherits
a darkness of a dreamless sleep innate
to life. Alas, it soon...Read More
Categories: adjectives, character, death, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member You say: The Commonness
A story about a poet, his girlfriend and their pretty complicated relationship (I)
Kurtistani; aab, cddceec, ffb

You say, we both have a lot in common.
You read such commonness as a good omen,
a sure sign of happiness ahead.

It's true, we have a...Read More
Categories: adjectives, love, poetry, relationship,
Form: Rhyme