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Pleasant spring like day January 12th, 2020
Pleasant spring like day January 12th, 2020

Courtesy climate change
(think global warming),
I would never wish to exchange
unseasonable temperature
way out of range
far to balmy, undoubtedly
ole man winter
weather did shortchange.

Once thermometer readings rise
even smidgen one moost not minimize
Earth way out of balance,
I haint...Read More
Categories: aggravate, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member TIME AND JOY AND SORROW
Time is often hard to comprehend…she can be our enemy or she can be our friend.
She can mark the joy of a new beginning or the sorrow that surrounds an end.

We’ve all have similar experiences sharing the joy of a...Read More
Categories: aggravate, time,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Sheer Happiness Aggravates the Naysayers
It is so peaceful today!
SHHHHHHH someone hisses.
You will ruin it.
But it really is a terrific day.
Three people give her a quick glare.
She laughs.
Not caring at all. 
Optimism cannot be squelched.
She is in a wonderful mood.
Begins to sing Oh What a...Read More
Categories: aggravate, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, joy,
Form: Free verse
The voice of truth
Speaking truth through lies, in a society so guarded, 
Desperate proclamations simply disregarded,
covered by what is maleficent,
unheard and insignificant, 

within the draught a cocktail of emotion,
patronising rumours ignite the commotion,
Preconceptions mask the integrity of one’s word,
Misunderstandings faintly disperse, no-one’s truly...Read More
Categories: aggravate, truth, voice, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Trump Trumped Decree Targeting Undocumented Americans
No secret the Don did abrogate,
his strict ban barring employees to acclimate
themselves, to live within United States
legal tender, and accommodate
themselves comfortably anonymous,

though "NOT FAKE," but accurate
reliable, trustworthy, et cetera
resources who did activate
my awareness, his hired hands receive adequate
pay, (perhaps greater...Read More
Categories: aggravate, abuse, anger, bullying, judgement, leadership, pain, self,
Form: Free verse



A Smoother Ride
Life is short but shorter still
If all your battles go uphill
So sometimes, keeping thoughts inside
Will help you have a smoother ride.

If you just can’t, at least you’ll know
Resentment will have room to grow,
Providing bumps along the road
From anger that has...Read More
Categories: aggravate, life,
Form: Rhyme
1148 Greentree Lane
Circa: 23rd of Tevet, 5760
     to 15th of Tevet, 5770
     in accordance
     with Hebrew date
(converted, asper Gregorian
     Calendar) courtesy of Google,
   ...Read More
Categories: aggravate, absence, atheist, grief, jewish, mental illness, my
Form: Free verse
Never Rub Salt Into The Gash
Never rub salt into the gash,
Making not bad things even worse;
Say sweet inspiring lines instead
That are found in the poet's verse.

Never let difficult status
Turn into harder condition;
Nor allow the painful feeling
To become damaged emotion.

Do not ever accentuate
The negative circumstances;
Neither aggravate...Read More
Categories: aggravate, poems,
Form: Quatrain
Too Many Groceries, Not Enough Cash
You brought a hundred dollars worth of groceries to my sales counter but you only have twenty bucks.
You knew you were bringing much more than twenty dollars worth of groceries to my counter, you suck.
People always bring too many groceries...Read More
Categories: aggravate, food, money, people,
Form: Rhyme
The flood
The atmosphere was hot despite the threatening rain 
The sky had been overtaken by fever
 It cried  aloud in torrents of rain
The wisps of smoke emanating from the dying embers of fire irritated her even the more. 
In anger,...Read More
Categories: aggravate, natural disasters,
Form: Narrative



Return or Burn
I've been good to you and I let you live in my house rent free.
You did something even though you knew it would anger me.
You've really ticked me off because of what you did today.
You came in my house with...Read More
Categories: aggravate, anger,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Spring Peekaboo
Today, the long lost sun plays peekaboo,
prodding patches of snow to evaporate.
Green tinges on trees faintly accentuate
bare branches with a halo effect in view.
Yawning yellow daffodils nod and protrude,
after egregiously succeeding to navigate
winter weather alerts sent to intimidate.
Tornadoes rage in...Read More
Categories: aggravate, absence, environment, light, snow, spring, sunshine, weather,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Break Not My Heart
Break not my heart, don’t wreck my part
To entertain, maintain or retain your fancy
Pour empathy and sympathy into me to heal your heart
In the end, mend both your life and your love for Nancy.

Break not my heart, don’t wreak into...Read More
Categories: aggravate, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member WHAT IS POETRY
Poetry Often is an "Open Prayer".
Or; “What came first “The Lyrics or the Song”?
Poetry could be. Hypnotizing and mesmerizing.
A spell cast upon the receiver/reader to intoxicate -
Lubricate-and thought to combine.
Poetry, can educate, eradicate, aggravate-agitate.
A good write, could-incite, cause spite or...Read More
Categories: aggravate, poems, writing,
Form: Prose Poetry
Stopping by the Q on a Weekday Evening
Which train will come, I’ll try to guess
But that won’t really help my stress.
It’s building up as crowds surround
Creating quite the urban mess.

The tourists all must think we’re nuts
To cram on platforms where such gluts
Of humans stream without an end
To...Read More
Categories: aggravate, parody,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member PoetrySoup Ask What Is Poetry
Poetry Often is an "Open Prayer".
Or; “What came first “The Lyrics or the Song”?
Poetry could be. Hypnotizing and mesmerizing.
A spell cast upon the receiver/reader to intoxicate -
Lubricate-and thought combine.
Poetry, can educate, eradicate, aggravate-agitate.
A good write, could-incite, cause spite or delight.
A...Read More
Categories: aggravate, poems, smile, words, writing,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Fearful
Fearful of taking the leap;
Fleeing an alleged stability
Wonder struck – can my devotion be so deep?
Resigned to a prevention of ability

Escape this captured state?
Scared of rejection
Cowering from the pain you may aggravate
Not understanding the complexion

Perchance I have been conditioned
To accept...Read More
Categories: aggravate, emotions, leaving, life, loneliness, longing, love hurts,
Form: Rhyme
Indoor Tent
Inside the little indoor tent,
H and H and Nana went
To sit there cozy, warm and snug;
It felt like an extended hug.

A private world we did create
With nothing there to aggravate – 
My grandkids (ages 1 and 3)
And happy (but exhausted)...Read More
Categories: aggravate, grandchild,
Form: Rhyme
A Few Things That Please Me Now
Instead of walking briskly, I often shuffle:
Watching TV I’ll cough, sniffle and snuffle:
This riles my wife and creates a kerfuffle,
Then flipping channels - her feathers I ruffle!
Such are the things that please me now!

Will nap in the chair, till dinner...Read More
Categories: aggravate, humorous,
Form: Narrative
Retinal Bleeding Moments
From what is available for reading ...
One can improve blood supply to the eyes....

A diabetic friend  recently suffered retina bleeding...
Eyes nourishing supplements would probably aggravate the bleeding..

Now as I'm but merely a quack doctor, my layman's intincts do advise...
Should...Read More
Categories: aggravate, community, crazy, emotions, friend, irony,
Form: Free verse
That Are Transgender
That Are Transgender (TAT)

When pretty women politicians are prolific
Wouldn't that really always be terrific?
Go ahead and applaud giving them a hand
New ones are quickly becoming in demand.

Of course, by men they are being refuted
Eyes dilated wanting women to be diluted
Then...Read More
Categories: aggravate, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
Per Ardua Ad Astra
...inspired by 'Science-Fiction Cradlesong'
        by C.S. Lewis


Were we to try for heaven,
by dust and stars be riven
to lust for foreign places
where we might find strange faces,
the cost could be pre-emptive,
marginalize incentive.

In tubes of...Read More
Categories: aggravate, writing,
Form: Verse
Scruples

Truth is a two-edged sword, 
you will be cut by nonsense 
and by circumstance, my sons, 
full blinded to its darker side 
you'll drift in seas of innocence, 
carefree as two neophytes 
with all the answers pending, 
daft and delirious,...Read More
Categories: aggravate, inspiration,
Form: Verse
Healthcare Is Supreme
If I could state the most important act of the government,
It would be giving medical aid to the poor, to all people,
And not the defence of the nation which could aggravate, 
The less developed, less democratic countries capable.

I would not...Read More
Categories: aggravate, body, desire, health, heart, political, wisdom, world,
Form: Rhyme
Per Ardua Ad Astra re-post

...inspired by 'Science-Fiction Cradlesong' by C.S. Lewis


Were we to try for heaven,
by dust and stars be riven
to lust for far off places
where we might find strange faces,
the cost could be pre-emptive,
marginalize incentive.

In tubes of strengthened metal
to demonstrate our mettle,
at speeds...Read More
Categories: aggravate, writing,
Form: Verse