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Premium Member Make it Glitter Make it Pop
An inkwell cupcake if you please.
Frost it with adverbs.
Sprinkle it with adjectives.
Don’t be stingy.
You can add more.
Make it glitter.
Make it pop!
Startle yourself.
Bake it whatever degree
Coleridge, Whitman, Thoreau and Poe would have used.

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Categories: adverbs, literature, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, word play,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Word Play Enters My Brain
They entered my mind at four a.m.
An hour past their usual witching hour.
Adjectives arrived first.
Dashing, sparkly, dimpled, dynamic, melodious, mercurial.

By five I have created six poems.
Adverbs are still dancing in my head
Begging for poem numbers seven and eight.
Cautiously, flippantly, studiously,...Read More
Categories: adverbs, poems, word play, words, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member How To Write A Poem

Take a moment of your time
And listen to your heart’s insight
Think about what you should write
Will it be personal or fictional?

Should your poem begin with a rhyme
Or should free verse be your style?
I doubt you’ll discover the best the first...Read More
Categories: adverbs, appreciation, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Opening Lines

The opening line in my story
Gave the reader a nudge
To read the entire tale of prose
To the end that would be golden

The story shook with appreciation
For all the joys they’d found together
Two hearts, two souls, two lives
Bound up into one...Read More
Categories: adverbs, books, inspiration, inspirational, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Words right me and I write them
Beautiful, stunning words flow
From a pen that is soothed
By nouns, verbs and adjectives
Adverbs that are stifling, 
Silky, soft words that whisper
Through innocent verses
I hope they remember to haunt
Their reader with good memories
And compassionate phrases
Melancholy that often favors
The long rhymes that...Read More
Categories: adverbs, inspiration, words, write, writing,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Who Knows Them All
I finally stopped belittling myself for not knowing them all.
Because who does? 
I mean, really, WHO?
Maybe my mother.
No one else in my family.
There are 600,000 of them in the English language.
Homophones like ate and eight.
Adjectives like gurgling and bungling.
Adverbs like...Read More
Categories: adverbs, word play, words,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Adjective Cellar
The Adjective Cellar

Nestling smugly twixt pepper and salt
The adjective cellar begins its assault
When carelessly picked by some epicure
Who sadly considers himself connoisseur

Once the poor dinner guest flips up the top
The words tumble out, they’re awkward to stop
They bounce on the...Read More
Categories: adverbs, fun, language, literature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unbreakable Impasse
In the fetal position, in leaks of rust and rot, in the wet self-dug grave, a pushy dead man is passing time. An evasiveness of words, a haziness of consolations, a thorough count of merits and sins and the fear...Read More
Categories: adverbs, death, life,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member My Poems Propagate Themselves
My poems propagate themselves
               stirring ingredients like adjectives and adverbs
                ...Read More
Categories: adverbs, muse, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, self, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trixie My Muse Keeps Me Alive
My poems propagate themselves
stirring ingredients like adjectives and adverbs
as I slumber, gloriously out of my mindset

I give my muse permission to pay attention
for I am not in body. Astral travel is my go-to-dream place

Taking no credit, I blink awake often...Read More
Categories: adverbs, muse,
Form: Free verse

The Lost Art Of Composition

The Lost Art Of Composition

too often my thoughts and the ability to express them
are taken hostage without a clue to the cause
this is an affliction familiar to many a writer
as if madness wasn't enough
it proves to be immune to every...Read More
Categories: adverbs, creation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Love Words
The parts of speech
Subject, verb, predicate
Chosen adverbs and adjectives
Writer’s choice, writer’s glorious delight
Delighting, inciting scribbles
Unfolding on paper

Fulfilled living me.
Following spirit.
Dancing my soul dance.
Insanely myself.
Completely joyful.

Follow my dreams.
Advise myself.
Spirit guided

Living large
Being me
Soul feeling.

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Categories: adverbs, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Baffling English Grammar
Durin' my shaky academic career I was an 'A' pupil in gym and art,

But when it came to parsin' sentences, my grades just fell apart!

I could never get the drift or hang of puzzlin' English grammar,

Tho' teachers tried to pound...Read More
Categories: adverbs, education, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Poem guns in hand
we stand ready
to write those poems
that will spin your “heady”.

Sexy adjectives describe nude nouns.
Risky adverbs put dull verbs down.
Smoking pistols shoot sharp rhymes
at fake poets who commit word crimes.

When we win we strut our stuff
like hot chicks...Read More
Categories: adverbs, poetry, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Dead Verses
Inspired by creative spark to write another poem 
began to scibble outpouring thoughts for skeleton 
slowly poetic flashes enveloped and ligamented it
gripped  by writer's fever, intense work followed
mixing adjectives, adverbs in palatable fashion
surprising lines emerged from artistic endeavour.

(A verse...Read More
Categories: adverbs, confusion, inspiration, word play, words,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The EgoTherapist Session
Have you been hearing voices again?

Still, yes.
No new ones, though,
since the Voice Against Death Investment.

So you're still hearing from the Forest Voices
which are actually more of a rhythm and blues chorus
made up of 4-part harmonic Tree Voices 
for HealthWealthy Root...Read More
Categories: adverbs, earth, health, humanity, humor, mental illness, muse,
Form: Political Verse
Parts of Speech
In English there are different types of words.
Like articles, prepositions, nouns, adjectives and verbs
They have special functions and they teach
Us to distinguish the various parts of speech.

NOUNS of course are words for "things"
Some we can touch or feel or put...Read More
Categories: adverbs, word play,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Energy's Dying Wish
So, if I understand correctly,
you want to respond to inevitable energy descent
by upgrading incentives for cooperative communication,
positive information expansion,
research and regenerative design,
and ecopolitical evaluation strategies?

because we achieved current WinWin cooperative communication
and organic networking capacities
by virtue of investment advances
through recent past...Read More
Categories: adverbs, culture, deep, games, green, health, language, science,
Form: Political Verse
one more pill to help me chill
Like Alice in Wonderland I roam the desert of my mind trying to find a way out 
Every day I reinvent myself wondering whether or not to take the next stand
I keep seeking another line a better design a brand...Read More
Categories: adverbs, angst, art, psychological, stress,
Form: Prose Poetry

He said,
The earth laughs in
She said,
You should laugh in
But now,
I'm laughing in
Capital letters
Zigzagged with
Cute adverbs.

©Odion Izegwire
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Categories: adverbs, happiness, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Strangers in Peoria
I met a proper woman in a proper pub on a Monday in Peoria. It was noon, time for lunch, and we were sitting stool to stool over very large burgers at a long mahogany bar. It curved in and...Read More
Categories: adverbs, break up,
Form: Prose
Poets problems
I got it! 
I forgot it!!
Son of a gun!!!

Where's my paper and pen?
Oops I forgot it, will it come back again ?

Repeat it..
Repeat it...
Forget when I need it!?!?

Why's the rhythm sound bad now?
Better start over again....

Synonyms, acronyms, adverbs, and nouns.
That's...Read More
Categories: adverbs, anger, angst, anxiety, appreciation, poems, poets,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Nutritious as a Tree
I know I will never see
or hear or taste or smell or feel
anything more nutritious than a WinWin Gaming Tree,
unfolding across all four seasons 
of healthy wealth regenerations.

Imagine incubating seeded subjects
in an interdependent networked sentence
begin in winterish LeftBrain hibernation,
genesis toward...Read More
Categories: adverbs, body, culture, earth, health, psychological, science, tree,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Prodigal Poets
"And when he came to himself"
Luke 15:17

In another millennial time and Chinese/Russian place,
Taoism began as aphorisms and poetry
about political philosophy,
articulating a bicameral tension
between Conservative Yangers,
patriarchal universalist ego empire builders,
and Unitarian Progressive Yinners, WinWinners,
a matriarchal cooperative 
integrative network of...Read More
Categories: adverbs, health, history, humanity, humor, religion, wisdom, woman,
Form: Political Verse
Disturb A Verb
Disturb A Verb

What if I were to conjugate a verb
Was wrong and many did disturb
Adverbs and adjectives not properly apply
People started asking for reason why.

How about pronouns and preposition phrases
Never knew how to use and it amazes
Me how respect you...Read More
Categories: adverbs, humorous,
Form: Couplet