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Is our health being compromised
now our food's industrialised,
plastic packed and standardised.
Milk is often pasteurised;
semi-skimmed or sterilised.
Chicken now is phosphatised
so water content maximised.
Protein partly hydrolysed
and fats now are stabilised
to stop them being oxidised.
Beef is bright red colourised
and some is enzyme tenderised.
Sugar-Free...Read More
Categories: advertised, food,
Form: Rhyme

Field Commander Zed
Based on L. Cohen’s Field Commander Cohen
Dedicated to my mentor and friend Z.M.  

Field Commander Zed, 
he was a poet not a spy, 
firm believer
that his duty
was to fill the void with beauty
of his metaphors and rhyme,
it is infiltrated
with...Read More
Categories: advertised, friendship, song,
Form: Rhyme
Beware When you answer your phone
Oh! Be ware whenever you answer your cell,
or land line phone. I received a call from the 
Everett's Marriott Hotel.  And did not answer
my cell phone. My personal friend, told me. 
It is a place for prostitution. And I...Read More
Categories: advertised, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Bio
Premium Member Cabin Fever

A dream comes true, a nice log cabin within a glade in the forest
Bought as advertised; with not a soul to be seen, this promised

Bags packed and off I went, for peace and isolation, at long last
3 tins of...Read More
Categories: advertised, animal, appreciation, desire, peace, solitude,
Form: Couplet
About nothing
The emptiness of space is all about nothing,
or nothing from some thing must be something.
Beyond our limited senses and so much more,
faith, believe and fanatic perceptions to adore.
Scientific conspiracies and mythological fact,
gracious impressions upon to act.
All ‘if ‘stories by purpose...Read More
Categories: advertised, 12th grade, humorous, mystery, nonsense, parody,
Form: Ballade

Premium Member Lonely Hearts Ads

Once upon a time not that long ago,
people used newspaper ads to find love;
they were very creative in their wording,
making themselves sound so dreamy. 

Now we have dating sites for that,
yes, on the internet love can be found;
it is "the...Read More
Categories: advertised, heart, loneliness, love,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A Narrative of Life
On this morning after the dogs have been fed and run       around the yard barking at the crows and squirrels as they find the morning treats I have left them, the sunflower seeds the...Read More
Categories: advertised, feelings, life,
Form: Narrative
An Arrangement
The new 'Betagrain' produce store,
advertised for a manager.
The directors were more than pleased,
with the regime of Teddy Tiesler.
Ted’s to have two understudies;
Robby James and old Billy Syme.
Also Rex Collie, ‘though a mite slow,
would be his roustabout part time.

The first thing...Read More
Categories: advertised, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Censorship’s alive and well
In Dickson, Tennessee,
Whose Roxy Theater advertised
Upon its proud marquee:

“Heckboy,” playing there beside
Both “Dumbo” and “Shazam.”
Of course, there’s no such movie
And that title is a sham.

The owner thinks profanity
Should not be on the sign,
So “Hellboy” was a name...Read More
Categories: advertised, words,
Form: Rhyme
The vendor advertised his wares
Eliciting assorted stares.
For just six bucks (a price quite wacky),
You could buy some pants – in kaki!

English likely’s not his tongue
And yet, before that sign was hung,
You’d think he wouldn’t be confused
On how to spell the...Read More
Categories: advertised, words,
Form: Rhyme

as advertised

vigorous with 

a slightly spreading 


fruit is sweet 

like a pear 

and crisp like 

an apple with 

lots of juice 

medium to large 

size fruit 

has an 

attractive golden

skin best for 

fresh eating but

also makes 

great pies

heat tolerant 

self...Read More
Categories: advertised, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My New Years Resolutions Have Been So Great
My resolutions have been so great, so terrific, and terribly nice.
I have liked them down to my toes, the first was to be a cop of vice.
I wanted a fire truck, and clang the bell, and drive myself to the...Read More
Categories: advertised, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, funny
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Mimic And Me
It is unfathomable, I say.
Chance, the village repeater, says, “UnFAM-IT-BLE!” and smiles at me. 
Louder than I was, but with more feeling.
I cringe, pre-seeing how this village meeting might unfold.
“Incomprehensible!” I announce, watching for eye movements.
An avid proponent of psttacism,...Read More
Categories: advertised, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Common Interests
The obsessive narcissistic lover of hers
climbed the hill of challenged.
Beating his head against a brick wall
for his pure love was damaged.

Whilst meeting they seemed to get along,
with common interests per usual.
Neither proudly advertised;
for this was unconventional.

Upon leaving he stirs and...Read More
Categories: advertised, funny love, men, silly, soulmate, women, word
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Feel Good Against Revolution
A difference between co-dependent feel-good rallies
and interdependent revolutions
is also the difference
between Negative LoseLose bipolarity
and Positive WinWin Energy,
dipolar co-arising.

CoDependency is a double-binding
tolerance of addictive mendacity
sharing common grounds of fear and anger and, eventually, hate
with corresponding lack of freedom's non-violent gratitude
further imprisoning...Read More
Categories: advertised, anti bullying, fear, health, integrity, mental illness,
Form: Political Verse
It's a backward world we live in
things seem up-side-down.

What used to be important, now,
doesn't seem to count.

They plot and plan how to cheat and steal,
while telling you they are for real.

Some walk around in suits and ties
practicing to tell their...Read More
Categories: advertised, environment,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pandemically Pacified

You can keep your suicidal suit wardrobe wars...drawers of destruction
In your consumption of insubordinate illusions...intrusions of insanity
You can keep your vanity and desired disease...appease the ego
In your tuxedo tailor-made by tyrants...compliance and conformity
You can keep your deformity and defamation...population desensitized
In...Read More
Categories: advertised, conflict, corruption, society,
Form: Free verse
Behind Life
Days and nights
Ab to core
Land, too many minds
Kindles kids, but joyful smiles 
Jewels of some sort
Shining through little hearts 
A big deal and a life lost
Riddles too answers 
Answered many questions

Teachers and principals
But no school for scholars,
So its pay and...Read More
Categories: advertised, deep, image, life,
Form: Verse
My Successful Poem
My Successful Poem

My poem I did do intend to send, 
Page found on will fold and bend;
Great ideas is certain to contain;
Read often and not ever refrain.

Reading was all finished and done;
Certain this became greatest one;
Incredible contest entered it into;
Hope...Read More
Categories: advertised, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
The Friends
Peter I knew since our childhood
though as a youth he wasn’t good,
but then Joan cured him of all that,
two babies in a two roomed flat.
Now Frank came later to my life,
by when, like him, I had a wife,
so here...Read More
Categories: advertised, childhood, friendship, murder,
Form: Rhyme
Al Burj Khalifa- Dubai


A feat,
A pinnacle of
Engineering at almost
A thousand meters high,
A colossus, an omnipresence  
Comparable to God-
a man made concept 
advertised to exhaustion.

Amongst concrete caricature
cliche’d into postcards and keychains, I am
The subject, the focus and distinguished character;
an over- exaggerated needle...Read More
Categories: advertised, city, evil, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Passionate Predators

Restless soccer moms,
whose kittens have all become mature,
got plenty of suburban boredom
Time enough for sure
to get hooked on every advertised lure
As daytime soaps and gossip kitsch
are the mundane, daily double feature
So they buy themselves some 
beautiful, youthful promises,
packaged in a...Read More
Categories: advertised, life, marriage, perspective, society,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Ersatz Ecstasy

Substitute happiness
modeled on material things
Buy new iterations of the same 
every seasonal change
Improved, your life will be
from promises of acquisition guarantee
Ersatz ecstasy ... 
cankered desires rotting the spirit from within
Manufactured joy
bought with paper and plastic 
Non-biodegradable debris
tossed away in a...Read More
Categories: advertised, happiness, paradise, truth, vanity,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Common Cold
It begins, almost always, with a sneeze, 
Which, in some cultures, 
Invites blessings, 
But, in some others, a curse,
As it’s held to be ominous!
Blessing or curse, soon the frequency
And the decibels increase—
Incredibly, irritatingly, inconveniently, and embarrassingly!

I wonder if it is...Read More
Categories: advertised, funny, irony, philosophy, psychological, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Your love is Near

From the lyrics on the duet of loneliness
I hade seen the spark in your eyes and your smile
It is not what the past is saying to you,
It is not what the present is displaying to you,
Not even...Read More
Categories: advertised, adventure, cute love, encouraging, life, love, sweet,
Form: Prose Poetry