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I admit without shame or apologies,
I kept secret my patch of raspberries,
and there was no scarcity of them
this year, enough in fact, I can condemn
myself for keeping them all to my own.
Had the boy in me not yet outgrown? ...Read More
Categories: admit, rights,
Form: Light Verse


My dentist is called Doctor...Read More
Categories: admit, giggle, jobs,
Form: Limerick
Sick of Sorrow: Under Pressure
I want to be relieved
I have already grieved
Show me Your serenity please
You swayed me next to you, being at ease
Show me Your prosperous peace
I have already grieved
I long to be relieved

However, our love –
Long story short…
I keep on thinking of
You...Read More
Categories: admit, angst, emotions, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ebony Beauty
crow, raven, coal, haven
computer keys, rim of clock
heartfelt letters, 
with a tick and a tock

ebony eyelashes, 
cell phone screen when off
Heels of shoes,
That readily scoff

Raven hair, fanciest evening gown
Black is the most elegant color around.
Dogs and kittens, with splotches and...Read More
Categories: admit, art,
Form: Rhyme
The Preacher with Steel Hands, Part III
...The media was stunned by this action,
and even more so when he retired,
he said he could not hit a man again
after what he had just seen transpire,
that making money of televised strife
couldn’t justify the taking of life.

Most figured this just...Read More
Categories: admit, change, forgiveness, meaningful, pain, people, spiritual, sports,
Form: Narrative

Various Heresies
If God
is good
half the Bible
is libel.

Willy Nilly
Michael R. Burch

Isn’t it silly, Willy Nilly?
You made the stallion,
you made the filly
and now they sleep
in the dark earth, stilly.
Isn’t it silly, Willy Nilly?

Isn’t it silly, Willy Nilly?
You forced them to run
all their days...Read More
Categories: admit, atheist, christian, faith, god, heaven, religion, spiritual,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Human Mind
The human mind,
great organizer of endless data.
Creating cubby holes of information.

The human mind
is not designed to allow freedom to the pieces,
not designed to let go of form and preconceived notions.

The human mind is frail.
When first I tried to challenge my...Read More
Categories: admit, discrimination, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Flies and Immortality

Few flies ever get a proper funeral
much less a respectable burial:
No ornate tomb, no mausoleum,
no eulogy, though a few of them
have been immortalized on canvases
of famous Dutch floral masterpieces.
But only a few in all of flydom
have achieved what has become...Read More
Categories: admit, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Different Spirits Within Me
It's too many different spirits within me
My personality is constantly shifting
I'm the most humble but act different next minute
I'll admit it I'm twisted
Tell me to act innocent on my living sisters I'll kill it
Dead ass until the point we get...Read More
Categories: admit, autumn, beauty, change, crazy, dedication, devotion,
Form: Bio
I write this, broken.
I’m suffocating.
I’ve finally been paid back.
For the hurt I have inflicted.
So here I am.
Ready to confess.
For a promise,
Has broken me.

Here it is.
This moment was bound to happen.
I feel cold.
So cold.
So much happiness.
So much hope.
All destroyed,
In one moment.
Because...Read More
Categories: admit, 11th grade, age, betrayal,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Shocking Willaker Stalking Again
I have to admit it is shocking
That Mr. Willaker is stalking
that pretty miss
with a large kiss
Bites mouses head off, whiskers locking.

...Read More
Categories: admit, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Limerick
Abide: after Aubade by Philip Larkin
by Michael R. Burch

after Philip Larkin's "Aubade"

It is hard to understand or accept mortality—
such an alien concept: not to be.
Perhaps unsettling enough to spawn religion,
or to scare mutant fish out of a primordial sea

boiling like goopy green tea in a...Read More
Categories: admit, addiction, death, depression, drink, fear, religion, solitude,
Form: Sonnet


being humbled by an invisible virus

is now at the verge of realizing his limitations 


that would force him admit his inadequacy 


make him demolish the vain edifice of superiority

that his vanity has built up throughout the millennia


hopefully,...Read More
Categories: admit, god, life, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I That Once Rose To Greet Dawn's Sweetest Voice
I, Who Once Rose To Greet Dawn's Sweetest Voice

I, who once rose to greet dawn's sweetest voice
and with joys of life, made loving my choice
while in searching for romance and its gems
fiery rites of passion opened rose stems.

Moonlit skies, quenched...Read More
Categories: admit, art, deep, encouraging, endurance, inspiration, life, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
They Don't Give A Toss
The most selfish will say others act for attention, 
it’s the easiest way to dismiss a situation, 
they don’t believe others suffer 
and also believe themselves tougher 
their inward claiming outward 
not dependable and a coward 
self important asking favours...Read More
Categories: admit, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
The Lectures
I was strolling down a side street of our little town last night.
Did I say strolling, no that’s wrong; I was a sad and sorry sight,
And God knows what the time was, but I knew that it’s past ten,
‘cause that’s...Read More
Categories: admit, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Killing in the name of

Stretched to the limit,
past breaking point,
On the torturers rack,
bones popping out of joint,
Gone too far already,
sinews and tendons tear,
Now the skin is breaking,
blood spurts into open air 

All this suffering, to get a
forced confession,
At the mercy of an inquisitors,
demonic obsession,
You...Read More
Categories: admit, abuse, christian, evil, humanity, pain, truth, violence,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Albany
The visual sleek and deco style.
The carpets with their plush red pile.
The line of people out the door.
The queue that snaked around the floor.
The posters in their convex frames.
The "Coming Soon" and big star names.
The James Bond pose and action...Read More
Categories: admit, film, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Trust In Jesus - The Linked Style

~ Trust  In  Jesus    ~
 (  Linked   )


Trust in Jesus 
Jesus loves you 
You, me and all 
All in this world 
World needs the Lord 
Lord...Read More
Categories: admit, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Ask Why
I ask why-

do I sometimes
feel a sinner though I try not to be
not strong enough at times
to turn away from wicked thoughts
I want love and kindness in my heart
courage to accept my suffering and grief
I want my soul to be...Read More
Categories: admit, life,
Form: Verse
leave me alone
I want to tell my fright 
Please leave me alone....

I want to tell my fear 
Please let me live...

I want to tell my dread 
Please let me fly....

I want to tell my negativity 
Please go away from my life....

I want...Read More
Categories: admit, loneliness, lonely,
Form: ABC
Together Lost
Just feeling a bit out of place
Same old empty feeling once more
Give me something more than His grace - 
Instead of another closed door…
Turn on the lights...switch them on…
Fight the good fights...before dawn…

We’re all in this together…

Your pain is my...Read More
Categories: admit, emotions, endurance, lost love,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Dont Know What Lies Ahead - The Monchielle Style
~ Don't Know What Lies Ahead      ~
 (  Monchielle  )


Don't know what lies ahead 
What will happen tomorrow 
So each day just enjoy 
Thank God for all you have 
Shout Holy name...Read More
Categories: admit, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Living things are dying thieves
Living things are Dying thieves

When my legs turn cold
Sing only old songs all day

When my eyes deny sight
Hold my right hand and walk with me all night

Take me to places I have less memories with
Take me to places where breathing...Read More
Categories: admit, 12th grade, africa, america, funny,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member I'm Simply Better Than You
When I look into a pool and sense my noble bearing
    in a reflection meant to dazzle and impress.
I see a gentle fellow imbued with love and caring
    whose need for adoration has been...Read More
Categories: admit, funny love, humor, satire,
Form: Rhyme