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Adjoins Poems

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Premium Member Four elements
How bottomless you are, the lonely hell,
how dark and joyless, but the love I fell
in is much deeper. Oh, four words you said
so unexpectedly that my ink bled,
four elements, four natures of despair -
the water of my tears, the smoky...Read More
Categories: adjoins, love,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Suddenly Swans

Suddenly Swans

It was not 'suddenly swans' anymore- just one
lonely lady swan, bereft with a broken heart.  
Her mate was gone. Swans stay together for life; 
much like humans, miss and grieve over death.
She had stopped eating, noted the caretakers...Read More
Categories: adjoins, beautiful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Crapitalsm
Once commenced the fest of feasting and giving thanks for genocide,
‘Tis the season to be jolly to replace our thoughts of suicide.

Santa claws his way into a child’s mind insidiously, 
And the air begins to reek again of yuletide idiocy.

The...Read More
Categories: adjoins, christmas, holiday, humor, humorous, seasons, thanksgiving, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Grandaughter
His property adjoins mine.
We never talk, just nod at each other.

He’s weathered and torn from the years.
Wears a natural scowl.
It says, 
Leave me alone…

And everyone does.

But then she visited....

Four years and I’d never seen him smile,
But I could hear his...Read More
Categories: adjoins, age, family, grandchild,
Form: Narrative
Destination Crematorium
Before the dawn 
Listening unfamiliar talk 
Through the buildings opposite 
Following the cluster of temples,
Feelings on my thought mixing-
Morning Prayer gong in peace: the bell.
Living wood on a dying fire ask 
Did we know the truth of us? 
Emitting rays...Read More
Categories: adjoins, judgement,
Form: Free verse



INVERTED
The trembling thumb of threatening thunder
Strikes silvery shimmering of silken sludge
And adjoins an arch on alter of an afforest.
It inverts insipid immobility of irrationality....Read More
Categories: adjoins, mystery, nature, time,
Form: Alliteration