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Aerials Poems

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Premium Member Moonstruck
Moonstruck

We are so close my love, 
     that on certain dark days
we set each other aflame
     exploding like aerials that
quickly burst then dissipate
     leaving vapors of remains
that the...Read More
Categories: aerials, dark, life, love, moon,
Form: Free verse



Drivel
we balanced along 
The embankments edge,
And past the Dead Dog Tree.
The view from the eyes that 
Flew above aerials hum
Left us down in the gravelled
Crawl. Scratch and tap among 
The ash heaps and the concrete
Cracks. Left to lie in the
Heart...Read More
Categories: aerials, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Grounded

Stood at the upstairs window, hands face down
fists clenched, knuckles touching cool windowsill.
Crows, silhouette cut-outs surveyed the town
from aerials and ranged the skies at will.
I watched their dark progressions jealously,
from eggshells cracked they burst and rove the sky
roaming when needs...Read More
Categories: aerials, identity,
Form: Sonnet
Through new eyes
The train approaches in the distance
Through a tunnel we gave birth
The chimney smog marries the low clouds
Of increasing heavy traffic and haze of garbage fires
Red roof tops absorb long wave radiation
The neighbourhood’s listening to the world
Through aerials and satellite dishes...Read More
Categories: aerials, africa, community, political,
Form: Prose
Desire doesn't belong
Desire doesn’t belong........

Desire dives into the ocean of the heart
Like high waves rushing to sweep the sand
Like grey clouds all roaring in unison
Gushing to douse the drought ridden land

Desire yearns to light an enduring spark
Like auburn flames kindled by ignition
Like...Read More
Categories: aerials, desire,
Form: Rhyme



Selector Is Dead
I chose the reggae mix
Not because i have long hair
Not because i have read eyes
Not because I chew the cud 
Just because i love selector

I chose to listen 
Because of Selector 
He reigns in the kingdom
Of my old box radio
With...Read More
Categories: aerials, humor, humorous,
Form: Elegy
ham
i'm a book collector of the old,
ham radio books to me are gold,
the ancient ones with valves and such,
I make long wire aerials to keep in touch,
i'm vk4pr of  Queenslands fold...

dont do it now so much...


Don...Read More
Categories: aerials, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Snazziest Wheels In Town
The very first automobile that I ever owned,
Was a 1937 Ford sedan that was many times preowned!
I bought it when I was a junior in high school as I recall.
It would do about 55 miles per hour with the pedal...Read More
Categories: aerials, funny, teen, me, me, high school,
Form: Rhyme
I Slept with a Female Mosquito - part III
I Slept with a Female Mosquito
(part III)

Honorable Adjudicators.
How did she enter? Anopheles!
Oblivious, she trailed me?
To my chamber, stalker – to my bed, bawdy
Sneaked in my quilt
Skirting – 
The radar of my eye
The aerials of my ear
And the tax of my...Read More
Categories: aerials, political
Form: Narrative
Premium Member As You Who Had No Toil
The rosebud has little to do
Just drink its fill of waters
From the strong sturdy vine that's true
Kissed by dew that matters

And enjoy the kiss of sunlight
Upon woven petals
Open  little each day that's bright
Sun radiant aerials

When opened sufficient indeed
Host a...Read More
Categories: aerials, animals, fantasy, husband, inspirational, life, nature, work
Form: Rhyme



Skateboarding
Sidewalks and skate parks;
   Old swimming pools drained.
Kickflips and split lips;
    young ankles sprained.
Aerials and Varials
    and being called a punk.
Tail taps and  grip tape; 
  and tricks that take...Read More
Categories: aerials, family, people, sports, urban,
Form: Acrostic
Register the Mundane
I have no problem
Finding beauty in the most ordinary things
Like sunshine’s crystallized mourning song
Falling down the Arizona sky like raindrops from India
Purple, pink, orange destiny
Slowly reclining before the ebony embrace of twilight

There is nothing wrong
With a coffee before bedtime
Rich pumpkin...Read More
Categories: aerials, introspection, beauty, beauty,
Form: Bio