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the fear that is holding women back
So many women I know are freaked out by germs,
And I lay the blame on the advertisers,
Who will do anything to push the product,
With 99% of their tricks not dirt or germ free.

It does not register with them that children,
Are...Read More
Categories: advertisers, abuse, addiction, age, analogy, anger, bereavement, betrayal,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Premium Member DOWN AGAIN DAMN

Stress and tension, heart pulsating, can’t take more
One day two, three days, perhaps today even four,
Not knowing what we’ve lost, poems I’v saved, but
Comments, views are so important to encourage poets,
In my scribble jotter are my poems where...Read More
Categories: advertisers, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
March 8th International Women's Day The World Over
March 8th - International Women's Day The World Over

Down to the wire, before this
calendrical occasion doth expire,
though arbitrary twenty four hour
time set aside for guide
ding hand of the supposed/purported
fairer gender, yet human race, yet hide
bound male oriented (patriarchal) must
relinquish reigns...Read More
Categories: advertisers, appreciation, beauty, daughter, hero, husband, inspirational, tribute,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Amos Great Aunt P's Magical Dog
My Great Great Aunt Prissy had a magical dog. 
She never needed friends but she did have a blog. 
Her acquaintances were thrilled with her pix 
Of a talking dog with costumes so thick 

She would put hilarious captions under...Read More
Categories: advertisers, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
Waitress of My Order

God since rules and joules
Protects and provides
Thou shall order a Christmas mistress
A true teacher gloved with grace and care. 

Who squarely wears healthy communications, 
In competitive advertisers of sun and moon supervisions.
Danishly blessed with wealthier tolerance,
To pass...Read More
Categories: advertisers, blessing,
Form: Sonnet

Better Off A Cowboy, Part I
My son’s name is Dylan, was country raised
in the hills of Wyoming where cattle graze,
helped on the ranch, but never felt fulfilled,
hated his hometown as teens often will.

But he ‘did his time’ until graduation,
went to college clear across the nation,
said...Read More
Categories: advertisers, change, growing up, growth, political, time, truth,
Form: Cowboy
The fear mongers have a field day
Fear had all but a few intrepid explorers in its icy grasp,
And even they not resisting the right of fear to Lord it over the land.
Things looked bleak indeed for the human race,
With all means of advertising at fear's beck...Read More
Categories: advertisers, addiction, anxiety, cancer, community, confusion, freedom, friendship
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Jump Into The Electronic Age
If you are not computer literate you are missing a universe that is accessible, and ready to greet you.
You are missing a whole language, that the young people understand, and converse in, totally.
You are missing pen pals from all around...Read More
Categories: advertisers, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What Is A Hover Board
Hover boards
I thought they flew
My children want them now
Ones I meet daily often do
Catching fire? Levitate child? What truth?
You have surely heard the rumors
Hyped by advertisers
I thought they flew
Hover boards

...Read More
Categories: advertisers, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member I Demand Some TV Commercials
Toy and cereal advertisers must be going zany these days, and I do know.
When I was a child there were twenty-two commercials to every thirty-minute TV show.

Watching the TV commercials was the cost of watching TV, right, Jim?
These days no...Read More
Categories: advertisers, 11th grade, 12th grade, grandfather, grandmother, grandparents,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Facebook and the Senate
Facebook and the Senate
By Franklin Price

Facebook and the Senate that I have seen today
Make it so apparent that the swamp intends to stay.
The self important Senators, who have shown up for the day,
Are grilling Facebook's  Zuckerberg in a misdirected...Read More
Categories: advertisers, america, business, conflict, internet, political,
Form: Couplet
Beyond the establishment and system
We're locked in system

Bound in chains,

By a system that doesn't want us free again,

Caught in a society that barely cares

Inundated by advertisers selling their wares,

While government forces rules and laws down our throats

In a nanny state society we are all...Read More
Categories: advertisers, inspirational, money, political, work,
Form: Narrative
addictive ampoules annihilate after alluring
amphetamines acquaintanceship assuages 
agonizing aches also advocates amorousness
assiduously activating admiration
aggressive attacks assault afoul 

affable affinity and affectionadumbration
anatomical accidental addiction attested as academic,
although afterward abnegation absolutely arduous,
affianced attired apparently as an anomaly 

Ares and Abyssinian Astarte admixture
acquiescence affliction affected adroitly,
and abruptly...Read More
Categories: advertisers, 10th grade, 12th grade, addiction, community, dark,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's A Faithful Private - 4 with a Clive Bush Comment by T Wignesan
Transl. of Eric Mottram’s A Faithful Private - 4 with a Clive Bush comment on Mottram's poetry 

Excerpt from an article, “From space to caves in the heart recreating the collective world in Eric Mottram’s poetry” by Clive Bush, Director...Read More
Categories: advertisers, england, poetry, poets, political, , memorial,
Form: Free verse
     Politicians lie through smile
     Cunningly hide their greed
     Long nose, at least a mile 
     War for oil, profit, bad seed

  ...Read More
Categories: advertisers, confidence, courage,
Form: Rhyme
The Hidden Persuader
Leave me alone!
I won't buy what is not my taste,
Go sell to another for my eyes hope
And searches for another that satisfies.
Don't entice me with your sugar coated
Tongue full of lies and deceit,
Don't deceive me with your words.

Advertise to that...Read More
Categories: advertisers, abuse, africa, age, art,
Form: Ballad
Outside Looking In
At the karaoke bar, a group of close friends laugh,
Each brainless remark heightening their joys;
They drink to the brim as their boy sings off-tune,
“All You Need Is Love”, by the Beatles

 'all you need is love'...stupid. 
you need air and...Read More
Categories: advertisers, anger, angst, change, character, environment, hurt, identity,
Form: Free verse
Thick or thin, it is the Friday night order in special,
Supreme or meat lovers delight, whatever toppings
You like it, does not matter for it’s 
The all American favorite, Pizza!!
Roll out that dough, cover it with Italians specialty
Sauce, cheese me to...Read More
Categories: advertisers, america, art, devotion, food, imagery, imagination, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Open Letter to a Tory Minister's Wife - From One Wife to Another - Part 2
Because he knows that despite the fact he’s a decent man
There’s no other way to sort this out 
When even the police too are scared to arrest 
Or think it’s pointless 
In case they too are tarnished with ‘racist’ 
Or...Read More
Categories: advertisers, betrayal, political, mum,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Canoeing The Mississippi - Part 5
'Camp Chippewa, ' its tennis and rifle range, X-Class sailing, 
And classic 'Old Town' canvas covered wooden canoes, 
Not the low-class aluminum canoes of a 'Camp Thunderbird.'
Cass Lake - garden of the Mississippi's hidden currents, 
Nature's setting for Star Island's...Read More
Categories: advertisers, boat, dream, journey, nature,
Form: Blank verse
Python CUTS UP Commercial Advisors
Act of inspiration wrestle pythons
Research scientists are the primary audience 
ethics and research breakthroughs

bring the beauty, multi-media presentation allows
Auto loading service pistol-  long awaited culmination

Brutally overbuilt 
disregard" the request for help 
generally docile  the loudest creatures on...Read More
Categories: advertisers, fantasy, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rondelet: Scoop of the World
Rondelet: Scoop of the World		

Scoop of the World
It’s not what rich Advertisers say
Scoop of the World
But yacht golf formula one gold
Where scoop-searching Journalists stray
There the Readers cannot say, “Nay!”
Scoop of the World

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013
...Read More
Categories: advertisers, sports,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Shangri-la, American Style
"Shelter in place!"
Sirens scream from tv monitors
Teleprompters indicate emphasis points
Stringing our fear
Along enough
'Till commercial
When products offered by advertisers
Promise relief

Drink this
Eat that
Drive this
Erect that
Smell this
Swallow that

Drink flouride
Eat gmo's
Drive carbon emissions
Erect a better you
Inhale cadmium-coated chemicals
Swallow cortex syngeing sleep aids



...Read More
Categories: advertisers, crazy
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Not in Your Hands
Those candy-coated chocolate pieces of world-wide fame

since many years ago have made a silly half-true claim.

In your mouth the advertisers say they melt. 

I should think that part is obviously true.

But hold them in your hand a while; your palm...Read More
Categories: advertisers, funny,
Form: Grook
Brand Loyalty
The toothpaste that I use is Crest.
I cannot tell if Crest is best;
But it’s the brand I’ve always used.
A change would get my teeth confused.

For laundry, what I buy is All;
A prior brand I can’t recall.
My clothes get clean; I...Read More
Categories: advertisers, life,
Form: Rhyme