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Admiring Poems

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Easter Plans Hatched
Forsaken pontoon predicts my departure 
Impatient yacht chases nautical next
Mislaid terrain erases my history

Authorities patrol obvious places
I'm admiring the Sea of Revolt
Remarked upon venture presents... 

Moss drowned rocks of tumbled tumult
Scorn orders aghast of tranquil abiding
Rationale's arms push bold abandon

Cavernous...Read More
Categories: admiring, adventure, confidence, discrimination, journey,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Mutual Solitude
I see you, my two-legged neighbor
Stopping and standing at the yellow-tape barricade to my home.
I wonder where you all have been?

I miss you walking on your looped path through my backyard
With wires going into your ears and those branches you...Read More
Categories: admiring, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member LOCKDOWN
Solitary sun in sapphire skies,
beams its rays upon Earth's radiance.
A tepid breeze flows between
daffodils and bluebells, gently rocking.

Spring is in the air,
yet streets remain silent.
Masked men in green suits,
bearing arms, patrol -
perturbed by unsought peace.

Anticipating unauthorised motions,
they wander past eerie...Read More
Categories: admiring, angst, environment, hope, spring,
Form: Alliteration
Chateau de Versailles
 Roaming in these magnificent halls.
Seeing all the mirrors and paintings.
 Alone I stroll, looking at history.
Loving the stories they once told.

 Staring at the crystals on the ceilings.
Admiring the lights, a golden scene.
 Everything classy and old.
The memories appear...Read More
Categories: admiring, appreciation, happy, history, love, paris,
Form: Blank verse
Mother

                                       ...Read More
Categories: admiring, mom,
Form: Cinquain



MOONFACE
Like a thrill that stroke
And woke me up right at dawn.
Wondering at the hard rocks
That held my home.
And the morning dew
That weeps over its walls.
Beautiful flowers in the flower show
Admiring the strongest eyes,
Catering to nature's upbringing.
Like hours to go for...Read More
Categories: admiring, birth, creation, deep, dream, feelings, moon, philosophy,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member He Touched Her


He mentioned that she was beautiful.
He mentioned, perhaps too eagerly,
that she was kissable.

He touched her
(as he would any work of art)
needing a tactile communion.
He simply wanted to curve
where she curved,
to hold lightly the blessing.

She pulled away affronted.
She cell phoned her...Read More
Categories: admiring, poetry,
Form: Free verse
A VISIT TO CURSE
Literally, it's pain of feelings to her circle.
But for her, it's deeper than the depth of the Earth.
She started admiring at couples now
With craved heart," why can't it be us?"
Sometimes, she ought to twin herself to take care
After a long...Read More
Categories: admiring, anger, break up, care, feelings, july,
Form: Lyric
Women's day
On this day 
I am so proud to be a woman
Phenomenal woman
Empowered
Impacted amazing
Turning dreams into reality 
Making things happen
Driving our own boats 
We are the captains
Entrepreneurs
Doctors, nurses,curers 
A woman of many hats 
Taking them off 
Putting them on 
Admiring the...Read More
Categories: admiring, america, art, beautiful,
Form: Prose
mind's eye
not admiring her
from afar for she
was just across
the table but
i was able

to see her hair
bounce off her
shoulders and
follow her low
cut neckline

taking my time
while letting my
eyes travel down
cleavageland
with more

bounce but though
with sweat on my 
brow her dessert
ful pezones must
have caught

a chill...Read More
Categories: admiring, muse,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member I Bear-ly Survived
The beauteous days of summer were here at last,
And the primetime of nature was coming so fast!

We sat on the porch, watching a lazy day go by,
With no interesting views, to gladden our eyes.

Then one of us said a hiking...Read More
Categories: admiring, adventure, animal, fantasy, flower, imagery, nature, tree,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Dimension of Love
On a balmy evening, I was out enjoying a walk,
Admiring the flowers and scenery on my block;

Moonlight poured, and nobody else was about,
Because I had become restless, I had gone out.

Fireflies were dancing, reminiscently green,
As roses recall to mind the...Read More
Categories: admiring, adventure, joy, love, nature, nice, peace, people,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A 9-11 TALE WITH HEART

A beautiful, perfect, autumn day it was. 
The gold and red sneaking in the Central Park leaves as it 
always does. 
I wanted to stay home with my wife and son. 
But realized there were bills to 
be paid and...Read More
Categories: admiring, america, god, heartbreak, violence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pride and Prejudice: The Lacking Margins


Pride and Prejudice, a passionate novel by Jane Austen, published anonymously in three volumes in 1813. A masterpiece of English literature, composed with penetrating wittiness and exquisite character delineation, it concentrates on the tumultuous relationship amongst Elizabeth Bennet, the daughter...Read More
Categories: admiring, marriage, meaningful, men, muse, sister,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Freeway Accidents are Annoying
so annoying
when a wreck happens
on the interstate

I always watch the semis
When they vie for the fast lane
I do too

Using their highway prowess
Except this time two were wrong
They led me into a lane that did not move

Six cars were off,
All apparently...Read More
Categories: admiring, car,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member He Touched Her


He mentioned that she was beautiful.
He mentioned, perhaps too eagerly,
that she was kissable.

He touched her
(as he would a sculpture)
needing a tactile communion.
He simply wanted to curve
where she curved,
to hold lightly the blessing.

She pulled away affronted.
She phoned her attorney.
She threatened harassment.

He...Read More
Categories: admiring, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Man of Many Hats
A subtle man of such flair-
Comes and goes as in thin air!
Always trimmed neat his hair.
Never certain what he'll wear.

He's been seen in many rooms;
Master of bold costumes!
Where he goes, fashion blooms;
As butterflies emerge from little tombs!

He, a master of...Read More
Categories: admiring, fashion, mystery, society,
Form: Rhyme
The Early Riser

It’s him again, the early riser, pressing
his blazing beard against my bedroom window 
like a peeping Tom. He’s hoping, I think,
to catch a glimpse of me nude.

And I’m not the only one he looks in on,
the whole neighborhood complains about...Read More
Categories: admiring, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member In My Next Life I Will Be
The next life will see me as a skyscraper
Thirty seven stories tall
With shiny clean windows
Overlooking Kansas City
Which had never had one before…

I will overlook my fantastic fountains
Admiring multi-colored people pointing up at me
Loving their astounded faces
I will be painted orange...Read More
Categories: admiring, fantasy,
Form: Prose Poetry
second movement: twalette
finished
admiring
the finish
line but

caution tape
is yellow so
i take the
natural

next step which
in reality was
that's one
small

step 
for a
man
and

i'll tuck
it back
in and
flush
...Read More
Categories: admiring, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Christmas Letter
Little Ben picked up an ink pen,
To write a letter to his father,
Sat at his little table and chair,
In his mother’s bedroom up stair!

He started with salutation ‘Hi’!
Which at writing was his first,first try,
He followed it up with list of...Read More
Categories: admiring, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, child,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Ode to Autumn
“Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness” By John Keats

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness
Autumn comes with light rain and fallen leaves,
Shorter days, chills but lots of blessedness.
As pretty doves shelter under the eaves,

We sit on benches admiring the lake,
Some birds...Read More
Categories: admiring, autumn,
Form: Sonnet
Reclusive rhymester ruminates
Alone within emotional wilderness
(mine) biding leisure time
January 19th, 2020
without reason nor rhyme,
yet woke with sublime

pained acute awareness,
how once prime
merrily rightful autochthonous occupants
their land stole equivalent value
not much more'n dime.

Simple man dwells admiring
mother nature's architrave
home of the free land of the...Read More
Categories: admiring, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, abuse,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Cruise Wish
Elated by the thought that soon my love would come,
   I sat on a bench admiring the cruise liners sailing by
       Wondering when we could one day go on such a trip.
Then...Read More
Categories: admiring, sea,
Form: Quatrain
When the Clock Chimed 3: Contemplating Once More Until 7 AM
Pursuing peace and prosperity passionately
When the clock chimed seven to eleven
Earnestly emerging elegance into everlasting effulgence
When we experienced our earthly heaven
Oh so enduringly and oh so endearingly

Aimlessly acknowledging the amazing anxieties and admiring them from afar
My uncanny ways took it...Read More
Categories: admiring, strength, time, word play,
Form: Free verse