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Premium Member Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews
"Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews."
By: Miracle man
3-27-2020

Up Golgotha’s hill Jesus carried a cross,
to take upon himself all of mankind’s dross.
Thereby to be hung between two convicted thieves, 
each Easter we hear the story His death leaves.

But this isn't...Read More
Categories: affixed, easter, jesus,
Form: Rhyme



The Porter's terms
The Porter’s terms
Are highly irregular today
It’s Theo Chocolate nibs
Playing the stark domme fuhrer role
Submitting this docile subject
Into crazed tyranny
Only appreciated by the gullet
Impatiently waiting for its helping
Scores of thieves
Affixed in parallel thoughts
And steely fortitude
Look to match the ABV
Doled out like...Read More
Categories: affixed, appreciation, art, senses,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Thoughts on Friendship
My Thoughts on Friendship
Written: by Miracle Man
1-22-2020

They are not always friends
who come to you with outstretched hands,
and being friendly doesn't constitute friendship.

But I can be a friend to you
without your being a friend to me.
Our demeanor often keeps friendship from...Read More
Categories: affixed, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Harvest Is Plenteous
The Harvest Is Plenteous*
Written: by Miracle Man
1-9-2020

In chasing filthy lucre, notoriety, or fame,
We allow these to take us out of God’s game.
We accumulate earthly goods, all timely spaced,
And in this pursuit, allow God, to be displaced.

But nothing in life comes...Read More
Categories: affixed, god, heaven, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All the Senses Beach Card
Dear Gran, open your card and smell the dried seaweed, affixed.
Its for you Grandma, to see, feel and sense the beach, now you are too old to travel.
Find the shell and lift it to your ear, to hear the sound...Read More
Categories: affixed, sea, senses,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member One Brick At A Time
One Brick At A Time

The boy shimmied like a determined squirrel 
upward stretching reaching 
for the ascending bricks of the chimney flue.

one brick at a time
one foot snugly ensconced 
in its leveraged place
and then another toe-hold there
as he sat atop...Read More
Categories: affixed, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Wake to frequent reality I lack pride and joy
Alternately titled inferiority
complex since little boy
oft times ponder what
afterlife like beyond far horizon ahoy...

No matter scarce giddiness wave
did carry and buoy yours truly aloft
analogous to dwell amidst
hermetically sealed croft,
imagining small rented farm,

especially one in Scotland
comprising plot of arable land
attached to...Read More
Categories: affixed, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
My Wake
Sails upon my planet
A ship of cooling granite
Across the depths of time and space
Barely do I leave a trace

White caps and troughs erase my wake
Time will heal my neighbors ache 
I leave no crease upon earth’s shoal
Sails affixed to my...Read More
Categories: affixed, absence, boat, death,
Form: Rhyme
Chief egalitarian garbage taster ie white trash
Chief egalitarian garbage taster i.e. “white trash”

As Halloween costume, 
one year during early grade school, 
my father got brilliant idea 
for sole son dressed
uniquely rubbish qua 
putrid offal getup. 

Missus Shaner (talon clawed, 
shriveled relic archaeopteryx dinosaur, 
who taught fifth...Read More
Categories: affixed, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 5th
Form: Free verse
Maybe
Maybe I can see myself written in 
His Word, 
Maybe my story can be on the very pages 
of his heart.
But my story seems so unworthy,
to be listed among one so great.
The King of Kings and Lord of Lords,
how can...Read More
Categories: affixed, appreciation, celebration, inspirational love, journey, religious, trust,
Form: Blank verse



Tidepool
*WritersCreed (part of the Tumblr writing Community) posted a weekly challenge for Lauren aka lzlabseesu who has been an incredibly huge part of that community for as long as I can remember. Sadly she recently succumbed to a hard fought...Read More
Categories: affixed, deep, how i feel, humanity, imagery, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Dark Angel
Hold still my courage tightly grasped.
Guard it against my building weakness.
Surely my hedge stone of strength falls fast.
For with gaping mouth_ my soul's aghast.

Upon you I trust all that make me
The vivacious heroine I currently be.

With mounting weariness my nerves...Read More
Categories: affixed, 2nd grade, angel, dark, death, dream, fate,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member 'The Letter'
  
The letter had come in the morning mail,
and the neat writing on it made me pale;
the return address a complete surprise,
there were sudden tears falling from my eyes;
his signature written-   so very frail.

The letter was affixed...Read More
Categories: affixed, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
Mixing Words
Well you’re mixing words
That have no business
In Working together
But I’d be remiss if this
Was the first time
We’ve been through 
That gaping wound

Mouth, sword 
Insult, slash
This is the process 
Of destruction
A carving of will 
Measured in blood
And burials in the meadows

Incontrovertible...Read More
Categories: affixed, america, corruption, immigration, political,
Form: Free verse
ARGH NO MORE MEDICARE
ARGH! NO MORE MEDICARE!

A worst nightmare loomed large
notification courtesy Montgomery County
Assistance Office caseworker
implied medical coverage axed
I felt hammered, nailed, shingled out...
livid with rage
frenzied, harried, jarred...
railing away
fit tubby tied to train tracks
ready to kill myself!

Bajillion dollars for medications
yikes - anxiety/panic attacks
slated...Read More
Categories: affixed, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, dark,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Socialism
Socialism
My Opinion
Tom
8-1-2019

Politicians promise anything to get, or stay, elected,
Socialism won’t save the world and should be rejected.
They endeavor to convince others that their role is in sync,
Armed with opinions, and like armpits, most stink.

I wonder how many promises we might...Read More
Categories: affixed, anxiety, culture, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
How boot a mud pie for the birthday girl
How boot a mud pie for the birthday girl?
(yes, that would be the snoozing missus,
hook lames to need mooch beauty sleep),
hence who might not arise for bajillion years.

Thou me noggin forced to remember
how me heart used to ache
asper in no...Read More
Categories: affixed, age, animal, appreciation, dream, food, for her,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Megan's Quest Part 2of7
Now Regan and Megan were down on their luck
    and faced with little or no choice.
So with a quiet trepidation... a deal was struck
    and from now all would speak with one voice.

'A good...Read More
Categories: affixed, adventure, funny, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Inebriated Couple
By Valerie D. Staton

A plethora of expletives the couple exchanged
Curious eyes affixed to window panes...
It’s big boned Retha and pretty boy Wayne
And their outrageous antics once again

Walking down the street throwing blows
Slapping, kicking, punching – toe to toe
In route to...Read More
Categories: affixed, change, drink, forgiveness, peace, relationship, sin,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SQUIRRELS
We have a bird feeder on our porch we fill with bird seed every day
We love to watch the different birds visit…the cardinals, the wrens…the jays

But every time we fill the feeder we painfully become aware
how the squirrels also like...Read More
Categories: affixed, humor, humorous, nature,
Form: Verse
Average Size Non Boldface Type Longfellows
Alias Adobe Jenson Albertus Aldus here
wed Alexandria (Algerian, an all around
American Typewriter gal) scattershot
with Antiqua ancestry, she told me
after I Aster while Aurora Borealis

shimmered overhead, while temporarily
embarking on long day's
journey into night
("yule Jean," I uttered
for no particular reason,
while taking a...Read More
Categories: affixed, adventure, allegory, friendship, humorous, meaningful, mystery, proposal,
Form: Free verse
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris...

Lovely bones long since disintegrated
into dustbin of genealogical history,
if still alive would rank as oldest person
clocking another one incremental increase
asper in chronological number
anniversary of his birth occurring within July

year unknown, but within
latter decades nineteenth century
obviously conceived nine...Read More
Categories: affixed, 8th grade, birth, family, grandfather, july, kid,
Form: Prose Poetry
Another Bon Voyage On Next Leg Of Journey Into The Unknown Lovely Lass
Beloved daughter dubbed "Munchkin",
an appellation engineered by "mother"
now evinces enviable survival skills,
this papa dismissed himself attaining,
and though sites set
to attain satisfactory income

courtesy asper keeping
your inherited Semitic
nose to the grindstone
(cute as a button)
toward fiercely dedicated
academic success to

acquire Bachelor's Degree
objective self instilled...Read More
Categories: affixed, absence, adventure, encouraging, goodbye, heart, inspirational love,
Form: Ballad
Ruing The Emotionally Prosperous Papa Razz Zee Life I Did Not Live
Arduous agonizing affliction
doth unrelentingly assail...
aghast to exhale lest...lose
desperate clinging clutch
held by bloodied cracked fingernail
phantasmagoric tendrils constrict

stoppering me to whisper or wail
yawning abyss menacingly beseeches
hmm...release could immediately curtail
cumulative (lifetime's worth) travail
freefalling, pirouetting unnervingly,
unstoppably, unwaveringly... zipping

into infinite black hell hole ail
mince vanish...Read More
Categories: affixed, anger, beautiful, devotion, family, graduation, meaningful, poverty,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member In The Darkened Foyer
In the Darkened Foyer


There you are again.
Walking this darkened foyer, and that carpeted hallway,
Eyeing the sunken-eyed dancer who forgets she’s not alive;
She’s just passing by all the sickness of dissipated humanity, 
Wrapped in a single walk, and a solitary stretcher,
With...Read More
Categories: affixed, death,
Form: Free verse