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Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLV - Tongue-Teasing Epigrams
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLV - Tongue teasing epigrams

A stitch in time can save an arranged marriage and stave off a family feud, not to mention everlasting vendettas.
Still waters run deep in sleep.
When the hens begin to crow, the cocks don’t grow.
A...Read More
Categories: adulterate, humor, judgement, satire, word play, words,
Form: Epigram
Surrender Into Obliviousness level deux
on path to autonomy, she matured of late,
exhibiting autism during childhood
compliments of intervention, mastered
vanquished every trace to acclimate
self reliance no matter said spate
of developmental delay,
cramped, crimped, and

crumpled cognitive literate
chores abilities, yet
supportive services did alleviate
ordinary setback, now indiscretions,
liaisons, and transgressions, I...Read More
Categories: adulterate, absence, allegory, angst, atheist, baptism, courage, desire,
Form: Personification
Spoiler Forewarning Alert
Spoiler Forewarning Alert!

This averred title announced straight
away so lingering fans
(hoop fully letting me abbreviate)
a short cut so ye
can up and evacuate,
while metered time,

not yet foregone and not to late
hence best heed mine caution
which can protect minimum damage,
asper gray matter within...Read More
Categories: adulterate, character, father, hilarious, humorous, parody, self, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Trump Trumped Decree Targeting Undocumented Americans
No secret the Don did abrogate,
his strict ban barring employees to acclimate
themselves, to live within United States
legal tender, and accommodate
themselves comfortably anonymous,

though "NOT FAKE," but accurate
reliable, trustworthy, et cetera
resources who did activate
my awareness, his hired hands receive adequate
pay, (perhaps greater...Read More
Categories: adulterate, abuse, anger, bullying, judgement, leadership, pain, self,
Form: Free verse



A MELTING SNOWBALL - Poetry Contest, sponsored by Line Gauthier...Read More
Categories: adulterate, pollution,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member FOWL

a feathered flockin farm animal
just a bird
web footed floater who runs

common domestic rooster or hen 
maybe a turkey, I should duck
the meat of a domestic  used as food 

decontaminate, purge, 
disinfect, sanitize
brush rinse, scour
corrupt, rot, spoil

clarify, not cleansed...Read More
Categories: adulterate, allusion, analogy, animal, bird, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
I guess you're seeing a flag?
Trouble comes and go,
The range of my eyes captures all black
Walk with me if life is without you alone,
Steal an emblem to save a city,
When we don't know where to go,breastfeed me to experience your...Read More
Categories: adulterate, adventure,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Adventures of Enea, Part 1 of 13
(In the early years of the 16th century,
the artist Pinturicchio was employed by
Cardinal Piccolomini to decorate the
library of Siena Cathedral with fresco
scenes from the life of his ancestor, Enea.)

The Contract

The Cardinal requires Ser Bernardino, 
as high contracting party to the...Read More
Categories: adulterate,
Form: Quatrain
Earth United in Love
Black or white it doesn’t matter
Why don’t we all live as one?
What’s the hate or suspicion all about? 
Over what exactly
Why don’t we all be like babies?
Babies don’t hate or dislike
Black babies white babies play together 
What’s the gain in...Read More
Categories: adulterate, beautiful, bible, color, community, creation, earth, humanity,
Form: Lyric
Madddening Thoughts
My mind is a mystery,
It knows all that I know
scaring me out of my wits.

I cannot hide my thoughts—
That’s insane!
Why would anyone know
my innermost thoughts?
Least of all, my mind!
That’s between my 
soul and my conscience,
Why would my mind 
corrupts my...Read More
Categories: adulterate, deep, depression,
Form: Free verse

"An ounce of hypocrisy is worth 
a pound of ambition" --Michael Korda

This everyone's want--
stretching an autonomy to unbuckle self-discovery

I got mites and bugs living in my head--
infesting my mind. They... daring a chance
to worm my guts...Read More
Categories: adulterate, character, how i feel, identity, inspiration, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Canto XIX Hell translation
Simon wizard, you poor under his sway
That all things of God, which then of good will
Must be always brides, and you birds of prey

For gold and silver adulterate still,
Now it's time that the trumpet sounds for you,
Because you in third...Read More
Categories: adulterate, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
I Also Burn
Rises my day, even before the sun, 
To smoothen others life, as butter in churn. 
To keep the flow perfect, I always haste, 
Surrounded by my duties, I have no time to waste, 
Making everyone ready, for the day turn...Read More
Categories: adulterate, abuse, inspiration, mother, mother daughter, sad,
Form: Bio

In spite we conquer and in love we hate
In silence there is a question and in noise we hesitate
In laughter we imagine and in tears we extrapolate 
In wisdom we solve and in ignorance we exaggerate 
In good there...Read More
Categories: adulterate, earth,
Form: I do not know?
With windows open my breaths I am counting
While silent seconds are beating in heart's rhyme.
Silence is a deep well, inside its' waters I'm drowning
A chimera's torrent runs me down and to the surface I can't climb.

Silence shouts for those dreams...Read More
Categories: adulterate, peace
Form: I do not know?
Broken love
The woman I loved was not mine to defend,
But the wife of the man that beats me, my friend.
As I heard my jaw crack and break,
I was not here to fight I was here to take.
For we both knew, what...Read More
Categories: adulterate, lost love, lovelove,
Form: Rhyme
Spirit Of Ecstasy
Were you to be less the chosen ideal, 
in solid form, my love would find a way; 
and yet, how to express a sentience pure 
enough if corporeal you graced the day. 

What befits such splendour, my life? 
Mere pittance...Read More
Categories: adulterate, love, passion,
Form: Verse