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An Ill Wind Poems

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Today
No one can know of tomorrow
An ill wind may blow as they say
Stand back and give me the morning
For the whole world is mine today

9-13-19...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, today,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LV - Mind unwinding tweezers
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES : LV - Mind unwinding tweezers

If you let « bygones be bygones » , there’ll be no FUTURE left, and since we can’t always live in the EVER PRESENT (yet that’s what we all do), WHAT are we...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, humor, satire, wind, word play, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member NIGHTGARDEN
       
The midnight hour nears as I await thee
Our old oak chest filled with treasur'd mementos
Is with me, ready to share my love
Crescent moon o'er head lined with silvery cloud 
Illuminates the nightsky, softly
Our...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, longing,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLVI - Tongue-Twisting Epigrams
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLVI - Tongue-Twisting Epigrams

An aborted foetus never stops growing in the mind of the aborted mother. She never tires of making more babies to nurture the memory of the aborted baby.

The Heart and Soul are as close as...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, humor, irony, people, satire, word play,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Satans Voice
Satan’s Voice
By: Tom Wright
10-2005

That reminding voice that whispers in my ear,
Rouses thoughts that long have slumbered.
But forgiveness has erased all guilt and fear,
Now by erstwhile deeds I’m not encumbered.


Sooner or later an ill wind blows for each of us,
We err...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, forgiveness, sin,
Form: Lyric



Premium Member The White Roses Died With You
We planted roses in the spring
when love was floating in the air.
A diamond glittered on your ring
reflected in your hazel eyes
the rainbow hues of paradise.
We had so much to give and share.

The months went by, the roses bloomed,
but when one...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, change, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Industrious Stitch
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
In a hollow on the council tip, where
Motionless it stands, in time rigid; still.
Fashions in one’s mind, grandma’s legacy
Of skill, stitched in a place named ‘Tunic Mill’
A long row of stone wall terrace houses,
Families of...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, angst, nostalgia, war,
Form: Free verse
Run Your Race
Run your race at a sedate pace
With steps primed to succeed
Regardless of faces of stress
Blown your way by an ill-wind. 

Run your race with all the vigour
Bottled up deep within your soul
Saturated to perfection with the rigour
To surge forth as...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Musing
She said, if I correctly recall,                  
That, for her, a sustaining love is an 
Absolute prerequisite for what 
Would be a total commitment...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, destiny, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Summertime
An ill wind blew December in

Allowing pause for meditation

And memories of less torrid times

In sweeter and much warmer climes

Than our more recent past had known 

But which I had been shown 

when once upon a time I’d loved you.

No, 

So...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member An Ill Wind
He has talent first seen as delinquency
That has given him fame, perhaps infamy
When he’s mad or chagrined
He’s inclined to break wind 
With a sound like a Beethoven symphony
...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, humorous,
Form: Limerick
cast my now fate to an ill wind
Ever reliant placid pilled compliant nevertheless undefined anarchaic fool fk clandestined anamorphoric clumsy apparentless undistinguished negiligent aforthought defiant scopic blind congenital aborted panoramic distilled coherent brain dead dynamic stagnant democratic fascist positive negative here now there when arrow bullet bandage...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, angst, conflict, confusion, psychological, society, , 2nd
Form: Free verse
Sirocco
An ill wind blows
Straight across the land:
You can feel it now.

It’s a desert gale
That dessicates compassion;
A sandstorm
Scouring empathy from the heart.

It’s a parching blast,
A dry sirocco
That burns away kindness.

A wind that turns landscapes
Into arid civic ruin.
...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, anxiety, change, dark, fear, freedom, political, prejudice,
Form: Political Verse
Waiting For The Man, 9 11
When the attacks on the towers began
I was sicker than sick, and waiting for the man
Bodies fell on bodies, stone fell on stone
‘Welcome to the Orange answer phone’

When the force of the second plane hit
I was rushing to the toilet...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, addiction, death, horror, murder, self, sorrow, sorry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mother Nature Misbehaves
An ill wind blows this hurricane Sandy ashore,
Making everyone wonder just what is in store.
The full moon will amplify the already large waves,
And Mother Nature in her glory will misbehave.

In a mega storm people will come together,
Knowing God is in...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, natural disasters, nature, ocean, religious, storm, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Freedom
I couldn’t fall asleep
So I put on my hat and coat 
And took a walk
Down the old mountain trail
That led from my home
Down into the center of town
And each time a gust of wind
Pushed over my left shoulder
I stopped to...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, truth,
Form: Narrative
Winds of Change
Ride
the winds
of change with
care and wisdom.
Beware an ill wind.
A hurricane,
can ravage
your life,
fast.
...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, change, future, poems, poetry,
Form: Ninette
Premium Member Toot Suite
TOOT SUITE


Alas, as hunters treed their prey
envisioning the feast
gravied meal at end of day
sopped up in breaded yeast.

An ill wind blew
and no one knew
from where it emanated

As sugar in the innards boils
and then - a little toot uncoils
...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, food, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Center of Attention
An eccentric drama queen or two,
Oh yes indeed, I’ve known a few.
Ex-daughter-in-law comes to mind
The sweetest girl you’d ever find,
But should an ill wind chance to blow
She changed to someone you don’t know.
She threw a fork across the table,
I asked...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Working Class French

Average high school
Namesake 
A mediocre 
President
Imposing square box
Towering over small frame homes
Where Mothers wait behind closed doors
And Fathers return at dusk
Newspapers tucked under
In different signs and languages 
Sport side up
In blue collar tradition.
French teacher listens
Eyes shifting from side to side
As...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, life
Form: Narrative
Ill Wind of
Ill Wind of


It comes replete with verve and belief

Full blown in its gusto and rote of surety 

Yet its goal is to confound and mislead

And bury all the true faces of love

It’s an ill wind that disguises the truth


Sanctimonious it...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, life
Form: Free verse
The Facets of Love
There are many facets of love
And like the most precious of jewels
Love radiates  a light that transponds
And touches souls
There is the love a mother has for a child
It is a deep bond and all forgiving
Knowing one day that child...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, love, beautiful, beautiful, love, spiritual,
Form: I do not know?
DEPATURE OF THE TRUTH
Heralded by the sounds of guns
They came like an ill-wind
Sweeping towards our choices
we fled and upon return
Blood, blood every where was seen

The gun of thunder boomed 
Onthe trunk of the toads
We were the toads 
Whose choices sunk under-feet
our ballot boxes...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, sad,
Form: I do not know?
Ghost Town Trains
By a rotted down shack 
Near an old railroad track,
The trains rattled past and sometimes came back;
There’s a thin plume of smoke
From the old chimney stack,
An underfed scar on a night painted black.

Hangs a dead end sign
On the long disused...Read More
Categories: an ill wind, allegory, history, social, night, old, night, old,
Form: Rhyme