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Adverbial Poems

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Just because an impetus arose 1
Just because an impetus arose

Thank dog, and cat,
     no pet tee filed - late fee
incurred from this
     sole heir, matted son
     Avenue of Harris communique
to his youngest sister
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Categories: adverbial, angel, dad, dedication, forgiveness, kiss, little sister,
Form: Light Verse

Milk Carton Crying

My poor vocabulary babies 
are gon missing
Tell me kind sir, have you seen them?

Us etymological mothers to
lingual children of lost former meaning,
we are milk carton crying

Many hotline tips 
that the academia search party
have been receiving,
unfortunately, has borne no adjective fruit
of...Read More
Categories: adverbial, grief, metaphor, sad, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Why I Write With Confused Adumbrations
Hmm, perhaps titled,
     aye poem already didst aired
though revisiting said theme
     downplayed as thoughts blare

though similar con tent
     invariably communicated
     sans, trademark pi Seine...Read More
Categories: adverbial, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sonnet for realism in action
OR: If a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing badly

We’re told with smug assurance patronising
That if a job’s worth doing, then do well with it
But if we doubt our faultless realising
We’re inclined to say in...Read More
Categories: adverbial, humor, inspirational,
Form: Sonnet
Lady bird, lady bird, why thou sings so beautifully
When other had got their voice cracked in the noon?
Do you sing of peace or lost love?
You have bottled my heart with your adverbial voice
Tending the grains in my garden to peace...Read More
Categories: adverbial, art,
Form: Narrative

Cup your emotions
In your adverbial hands
Let the air rejoice
For our love has no bond
I sees you in the moon
And you sees me in your heart

Preserve my breathe
Never dream in the adverbial 
Pretense of lost trust
Hide my pretty smiles
For  you...Read More
Categories: adverbial, age,
Form: Name