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Premium Member Our budding chef -- Thanks
Back when he was seven, our son won a contest
   In his class, his turkey recipe adjudged the best
He was so happy, floating so high on cloud nine
   but first prize was something less than 'quite...Read More
Categories: adjudged, bird, boy, father, food, mother, thanksgiving,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member FactoidMan and ShallowMan - Part 2
[Now ShallowMan is quite content
receiving FactoidMan’s consent
to quibble and express dissent
as long as keeping covenant
with fingers crossed and belfry bent
when viewing Facts in sealed cement:]

SM
“The Facts you give me circumvent
those ‘truths’ your chuckles supplement;
although they might disorient
they can’t be wrong,...Read More
Categories: adjudged, society, truth, universe,
Form: Rhyme
A SEASON OF INDIGENCE
A SEASON OF INDIGENCE

This drought and curse
Of hand to mouth;
An unrepentant encroachment of pauperism
Impregnating our back country
Discern,
Our bigwigs in back country
Stand aloof
While,
Season after season
Millions of Pickneys
Flourish with kwashiokor
I,
A son of the soil,
A citizen of the world
Peruse no light
At the end...Read More
Categories: adjudged, world,
Form: Free verse
SHOULDA READ THE FINE PRINT



SHOULDA READ THE FINE PRINT
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

in bygone days I did the football pools
and always hoped my X had marked the spot?
making sure that I had read all the rules
an agent did the post ere I forgot.

for years not one single problem,...Read More
Categories: adjudged, judgement, truth,
Form: Sonnet
After the Meeting
After the meeting
She no longer returns my calls
She rather hangs up her telephone anytime I call
save a few mistaken times that fell on deaf ears
causing an irreconcilable hindrance
to the constant flow of our conversation

After the meeting
She no longer writes to...Read More
Categories: adjudged, best friend,
Form: Free verse



LIBEL OR SLANDER, I LOVE THEE
...And so once more I summon
this courage to write of thy frame...
Though I wonder if this time I would
not be seriously charged for libel.
Albeit the last time I spoke of thee
just like this one the very same,
I was adjudged for...Read More
Categories: adjudged, love,
Form: Rhyme
Juvenile Involvement-ZYX
Zillion youths x-rayed when videotape unravel
the security risk, questioning people’s obligation ,
not many leaders know juvenile involvement
hoist great fellows ,excluding  dangerous criminals
being adjudged .
...Read More
Categories: adjudged, life, youth,
Form: ABC
The Old Man And the Sea
The Old Man And the Sea
© Ben Burton 12-19-2014

"I'm troubled by the humbling plight of man's mortality"
The old man said aloud while kicking sand
"Why can't we be as timeless as the soulless, salty sea
Or even as the muddy Rio Grande

"Why...Read More
Categories: adjudged, philosophy, religious,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rosalia - The Evil Black Witch of the Harz, Part Seven
Rosalia - The Evil Black Witch of the Harz, Part Seven

The Final Days:  Rosalia’s Death and Destruction
In the wake of such evil, debauchery and depravity what can be said now in the case of Rosalia?

Now in her mortal form...Read More
Categories: adjudged, allegory, evil, halloween, horror, magic, mythology, scary,
Form: Narrative
The perfect painting


What worth was my work,
If I intended to cause a hurt,
Adjudged the best still a sad loser,
Model of success is beyond any measure,

Art in blood, zeal and hard work ,
All were certain, I surely will do wonders,
Yet one similar zest,...Read More
Categories: adjudged, art, caregiving, feelings, hurt,
Form: Free verse



POACHER
The mother carries about her jutting womb,
pains, torments, fatigue… her daily companions.
For nine months or thereabout no one relieves her
of the bulk, and the toil attached to it.
At labour she is—oh! It’s unbearable!
If a baby girl she gives breath to,
She...Read More
Categories: adjudged, marriage, metaphor,
Form: I do not know?
POACHER
The mother carries about her jutting womb,
pains, torments, fatigue… her daily companions.
For nine months or thereabout no one relieves her
of the bulk, and the toil attached to it.
At labour she is—oh! It’s unbearable!
If a baby girl she gives breath to,
She...Read More
Categories: adjudged, marriage, metaphor,
Form: I do not know?
throwing the last stone
the episode took place near the sewer
the boy lay lifeless on the stiff ground
his white clothes dipping in red
a rowdy mob encircled him
like vultures awaiting the surrender of a fighting  spirit
his horrified eyes gave their last look
but no one...Read More
Categories: adjudged, funeral,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Welcome Back Home
I will be with you tonight,
Fondly sharing the love of your beholding sight,
Embraced meanwhile by the warmth of your absence,
Blazing passion causes me to be happy,
Distance displays disputes readily promoting a fight.
Thus conflict arouses beeping conscience,
Challenges cautiously undergone spark up...Read More
Categories: adjudged, home, lonely, love, passion,
Form: Sonnet
Across Ticks of Losing

Menaced by a triumphant chanting of lament
Entrancing the soul of Hades’ kin
Missed eruptions of the sensory nerves
Onomatopoeic of hollow gongs 
Resonating, maimed through the indescribable facets of
Your  forgotten youth.


Adjudged 3rd Place in Black Eyed Susan's Acrostic Contest
© 07-31-2012
...Read More
Categories: adjudged, angst, depression,
Form: Acrostic
Where Traffic Should Be
Only wheeled things come in traffic
And not the meek earth-tilling brown hands
Coerced to stoop low, dogged to contrabands.
Spirits and bones chastised by stick,
A contract avowed played on a trick.
Now on the edge of cliff justice stands.
Only wheeled things come in...Read More
Categories: adjudged, people, social,
Form: Rondeau
The Wayward's Road
As I stumbled on the pebbled road 
I broke a toenail and it left bloodstains 
On the humble stones.

“Why did you let me get wounded,” I asked.
A voice from behind the obsequious hills answered,
“I did not,” the voice said reassuringly.
“I...Read More
Categories: adjudged, faith, funny, voice, me, voice,
Form: Narrative
Retribution
The cardinal shattered the chalice
with blood of his former god and
the men garbed in tainted white
glorified their new Son
sheer roars, juddering
holes in riot
meet your god
'neath your
feet!


(c) Glenn Sentes
Adjudged Fourth Place in Nette Onclaud's IMAGINATION Contest
6-6-12...Read More
Categories: adjudged, satire,
Form: Nonet
Mama
A sword of ice stabbed my chest
My nails blackened, my nose bled.
They’re chasing me, wanting to devour my wholeness.
Until a gentle arm pulled me up.
Mama!

Then I felt heaven.
Her face, her eyes, her smile, her breath.
Everything of her is a therapy—
Fragrance...Read More
Categories: adjudged, love, mother, me, love, me, i love
Form: Free verse
The Inn
Sshh…
I can see it
Creeping behind the wounded paper
Fabricated in the surface of the wall
The wall. Yes the wall.
Countless stains embedded
Thousand images magnified during midnights
Raindrop stains transformed into wars
Inkblots turned into murder scenes
A dot of blood resurrected into a horrible monster
And...Read More
Categories: adjudged, confusion, imagination,
Form: Narrative
Privileged Feet
Damn your feet that crushed and squashed thousands of grapes in the pool!
While we only have eaten those purple drupes in our wildest dreams
And did you just say you would make wine from those feet-ground fruits?


Glenn Sentes
For Nette Onclaud's ON...Read More
Categories: adjudged, funny,
Form: Sijo
Then Hue Lure My Being
Fill my craving with your zesty rind
In the mist of my longing, come splashing
Ingest my inn with your piquant smiles

Will you rain like dew for my pipe is parched?
Drizzle my windows with decorative light and
Melt your pot in that multihued...Read More
Categories: adjudged, happiness
Form: Verse