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And Poems - Poems about And

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The Place that Shaped Me
I left my heart in a magical place. A place that holds years of wonder and awe. A place that knows me better than...Read More
Categories: and, cowboy-western, family, growing up,
Form: Concrete



Premium Member Poetry sets me loose
Poetry sets me loose No, I haven't had the booze! It just gives me a chance To jump into a written trance! I play with all heartfelt thinking And dig out every feel of sinking! I pen it down into lines Hoping...Read More
Categories: and, imagination, inspirational, on writing
Form: Couplet
Premium Member VERMEER GIRLS Recited
VERMEER’S GIRLS Girl with a jug or necklaced with pearls,lute and guitar over the centuries seen from afar.In intricate detail,a patient design, of portraits in time. These looks of love into eternity’s mirror.Their beauty his art with a delicate touch,now frozen in time.Which muse...Read More
Categories: and, art, education, on writing
Form: Verse
Premium Member POETIC FORMS C recited
BROKEN MONOKU just for a moment nothing mattered- ...Read More
Categories: education, on writing and
Form: Verse
Premium Member MY POETIC FORMS A recited
FOOTLE AROUND THE CLOCK Juke box room rocks OLD AGE same chat off pat TEEENAGE back chat off pat SEPTIMAL ART TROUVE lost and found upon the beach INTERNATIONAL SET Hollywood- gone with the wind FILLING IN did Benday give ground to Roy PERFECT SIX Rock n' roll- two-beat blues WHISPERING CAMPAIGN in the wind- rumour mill END OF STORY and thereby hangs a tail Hear me recite...Read More
Categories: education, on writing and
Form: Verse



Premium Member Words
Words Words, this life, knows no stronger force These fragments with such ease we wield Even...Read More
Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Poetry
Poetry Word Collection Penning down lines Expressive, Heart Rendering, Soothing Prose...Read More
Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Cinquain
Foul-mouthed
The sordid words from his foul mouth are enough to make a crow blush. though unknown morphemically despite this fact his vulgar sounds are numerous syntactic f-words. His nouns resound all who have ears his verb usage quite disturbing adjectives objectionable combined they’re...Read More
Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Verse
ZOOKEEPER
Lookin' after pests Keepin' a CLOSE eye on 'em "Those wild animals!" Roamin' around zoo Searchin' for sneaky monkey Hidin' in a tree Zookeeper gets mad "Where's Marty, the smartypants!?" "He TOOK my cage keys!" ...Read More
Categories: and, adventure, animal, confusion, courage,
Form: Haiku
Inferno *****
the ***** is inferno. doomed for hell. sinful with lost indulging in their own ignorance. made into a reincarnation of the devils wishes. the devils wants the devils needs. they say the pigment is the...Read More
Categories: and, christian, confusion, dark, hate,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Chrysaora Quinquecirrha
Camouflaged and coruscating, skating in their see-through costumes, part of the ocean's bold militia, shuffling, you send them on their way. Chrysaora Quinquecirrha, jellyfish abound and flounder 'neath the surface smooth as glass, they pester and...Read More
Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Free verse
like, as
i never saw the doornail die never caught sight of a fox that sly i didn't cure a dog so sick didn't steal a glance of thieves so thick i can't walk tight a rail that thin can't see some...Read More
Categories: and, humorous, introspection, on writing
Form: Couplet
Premium Member From One Poet to Another
From one poet to another Your words in me are a thunder That fills me soul with wonder As my open heart you plunder Though I cannot see your face... Through my poetry covered lace Your deep feelings I can trace My...Read More
Categories: beauty, on writing and
Form: Monorhyme
Forecasts
'...the burnt out end of smoky days' - T.S. Eliot l The evening rumbles in and grumbles, tea is served, the kettle whistles, bread is buttered, weary workers settle, nibble, drink their tea and chatter, as the platter's passed around...Read More
Categories: on writing and words,
Form: Verse
The Song
When does a poem become a song? Does the music make it real? A melody makes us sing along But the words are from the quill Without the words the music's blind It can't see where to go For the words...Read More
Categories: and, goodbye, life, on writing
Form: Rhyme

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