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Admiral Poems

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The Red Admiral
Despite the distance prohibition
    I was visited today by an audacious caller
          Defiantly coming within an inch of me
         ...Read More
Categories: admiral, butterfly,
Form: Free verse



Admiral of all at Sea built from wood on the Hanging Tree
So this is where the trail ends
in a long forgoten paper town 

Flipping dirty mattress in the ghetto turning tricks for matchsticks all for money lending

Because we born unto it like scarlet vixens in classic literature told to believe in

So...Read More
Categories: admiral, slam,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THRU MARITIME MILES 4-DANGER ON THE HIGH SEAS
In spite of the choice that I made to be wed
The call of the sea was the voice in my head
The wreck of a ship that I bought on a dare
Was ripe for a trip with a little repair

I gathered...Read More
Categories: admiral, conflict, fishing, humor, ocean, scary, voyage, war,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Appreciation
Andy!

          -Aaron!
          -Aloha!

Aloha!
All
A-ok?

           -Absolutely

Amy?

        ...Read More
Categories: admiral, addiction, devotion, family, friend,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXX - Bang Bang Who Shot Me Down Like A Pariah Dog - Follow Up
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXX -  Bang! Bang! Who Shot Me Down like an Un-licensed Pariah 
Dog ! Follow Up !

IF ever I had a country, a country without a dim shadow of a doubt not subject...Read More
Categories: admiral, america, environment, humor, planet, satire,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXIX - Bang Bang Who Shot Me Down Like An Un-Licensed Dog
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXIX -  Bang! Bang! Who Shot Me Down like an Un-licensed Dog !

IF ever I had a country, a country certainly 
not subject to the whistle of a Woman Referee -- even of...Read More
Categories: admiral, america, fantasy, firework, humor, power, war,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Butterfly Dance
The sun shines bright, 
 brilliant glowing white
 and the last flowers of the day, 
 catch the last of summer rays.

Morning glories wake
 white, purple, pink along the gate
 and the climbing roses wither and rebloom
 as the bees...Read More
Categories: admiral, butterfly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CAST FEARS ASIDE LET GOD HOLD THEM-
A lot now nor even be
 frightened of anything
 if those fears be known
You're a child of God
You're a general
You have moved mountains
And overcame
The Lord said just received, believe
Let Me Hold It
Was Fear let me allow 
allow me to dry...Read More
Categories: admiral, anxiety, appreciation, beautiful, confidence, depression, fear,
Form: Free verse
Dark Moon
Poet: Ken Jordan
Poem: Dark Moon
Edited by: Sparkle Jordan
written: February/2014


There's a dark moon rising over
the Stars and Strips.....
An ugly wicked dark moon;

It want go away -

When you think that the most
heinous slaughter of human life,
in American history has long been
forgotten think...Read More
Categories: admiral, america, conflict, evil,
Form: Dramatic Verse
NO PINK GUITAR STRINGS ALLOWED
GOOD OLE NUMBER 659 UNION MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
HELD IT'S ANNAUL " LOVERS COUPLING SOCAIL EVENT"
IT'S MEMBERSHIP BRAGGS OF HAVING 620 MALE MEMBERS
AND 666 FEMALE MEMBERS. DURING THE "PLEDGE DRIVE":
46 FEMALE MEMBERS, WITHDREW FROM THE UNION, SITING 
LONELYNESS AND HAVING TO DEAL...Read More
Categories: admiral, music,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



something for ya
because you are best
                             and great they consider you
   ...Read More
Categories: admiral, appreciation, celebration, confidence, devotion, encouraging, endurance, music,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
I love AFRICANAMERICAN Christian Culture: Forgiving slaveholders and Tyrants
Some serious religious sophomores claim Christ ('Witness' Bluff)
Almost like Columbus: to hit the Other, take their STUFF

Nothing Doing here; I am a Minister of Jesus' Gospel
For the same Reason they fled HERE to Native Indian lands

Catholics to Lord Baltimore's Maryland,...Read More
Categories: admiral, africa, bible, black african american, columbus day,
Form: Verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : LVIII and LIX
IF ever I had a country : LVIII - LIX

			LVIII

IF ever I had a fantasy country
And if ever I were left to choose a country existing in reality
I'd certainly opt for a country not run by one who studied philosophy
For...Read More
Categories: admiral, anti bullying, corruption, drug, freedom, murder, political,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
GOD IN HIS ROYAL GRANDEUR
Poetically sees the Almighty Lord* with faith's vision
my illumined eye is awed along gratefulness' bliss...
Looking unto Jesus Christ midst the regal blue sky,
my spirit's pen is inspired to indite...

Rejuvenating my spirit against zaffre angst, 
God in His royal grandeur 
of...Read More
Categories: admiral, blessing, encouraging, faith, god, inspirational, spiritual, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Cerulean Serenity

Time stood still with me
on aegean beach at tiffany twilight hours,
the cold sun sank in admiral splendor 
beyond  the lapis horizon,
the cobalt sea soaked the cyan sky 
ribboned by periwinkle cloud
blown by aquamarine breeze.
You came flying on its sapphire...Read More
Categories: admiral, analogy, color, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : XI and XII
IF ever I had a country: XI - XII

IF ever I had a country
And if ever I were but the Admiral of the Fleet
I'd issue an edict to keep ships out of foreign waters
I'd order all on deck on or...Read More
Categories: admiral, deep, environment, green, ocean, pollution,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member TRAFALGAR
                         

Nelson paced the deck of the Victory
In waters off the coast of Gibraltar
Signalled to his...Read More
Categories: admiral, england, french, sea, spanish, war,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member MORE Glorious Insults

If I wanted to kill myself I'd climb your ego
and jump to your IQ

Your birth certificate is an apology letter 
from the condom factory

Looks like your face caught on fire and someone 
tried to put it out with a shovel

There's...Read More
Categories: admiral, hilarious, humorous,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Alaskan Pipeline
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to east 
Northern Alaskan mountain chain.
An area 40 miles wide by 15 miles deep,
(Although, flat as...Read More
Categories: admiral, education, environment, history, technology, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse
A haiku Anthology - Theme Summertime
wildflower meadow
as tall as a muntjac
cuckoo cuckooing
-
farmers haymaking
grasshoppers stridulating
don't touch a stinkbug
-
wood admiral glides
honeysuckle its host plant
humid the hot nights
-
warm is the river
fish rising leaping for flies
life seeking cool shade
-
inverted swimmers
water boatmen taking in air
cygnets follow pen
-
as fall approaches
swifts are...Read More
Categories: admiral, june, nature, summer, sun, sunshine,
Form: Haiku
My Mobile Bay
Do you dare an attempt at retrieving decisions of yesteryears                              ...Read More
Categories: admiral, america, confidence, courage, freedom, future,
Form: Free verse
Question of Loyalty

Look at this new rear gunny,
his uniform sure fits funny
Are your sure, he’s one of us?
Put him at the back of the sub,
six decks below
Begging your pardon, Admiral,
that is where
she was assigned to go
Gunny has 
top merit of her class
Torpedo...Read More
Categories: admiral, discrimination, humor, parody, truth,
Form: Light Verse
Captain Obvious

She’s the woman in the white uniform,
walking with an authoritative gait
on the top deck of the boat
As you pass by, she asks, 
without looking your way — 
do you have what it take 
to make her dinghy float
She says, it’s...Read More
Categories: admiral, desire, humor, satire, woman,
Form: Light Verse
The Night Clerk
The night air with owls cry invitation of canopies of writers to write the 
Days using the night pen jolting candle to the candidates aspiring to arson 
night. The pans and pots exchanging strong actions to the curve of the...Read More
Categories: admiral, beauty, daffodils, longing, solitude, sorrow, , Lullaby,
Form: Acrostic
Bring To Senses
Bring To Senses

We should bring him not 
To knees but to his senses
For peace to obtain.

Just heard that an Admiral 
had said this about North
Korean leader.

James Serious Mysterious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

...Read More
Categories: admiral, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick