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Antiquarian Poems - Poems about Antiquarian

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Literate lettered latitudinarian
...Literate lettered latitudinarian Presents the following slapdash higglety-pigglety bupkis, whereby reader experiences being mentally hogtied perusing pseudo poetic perambulation devoid of sens......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, 12th grade, adventure, blessing,
Form: Free verse

Looking Back With The Hand Break Off
...Being older than I once was, inevitably places have changed, yet where I was born now looks like an alien city to me, it’s now a tourist destination for the ever rootless. Back then people were da......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...A KIND RECONSIDERATION OF THE ABRAHAMIC FAITHS IN A DIFFICULT TIME I I am interested in Moses, the baby in the bulrushes who eventually was able to speak truth to power and delivered his peo......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Whoami Within following figurative nutshell
...Whoami? Within following figurative nutshell: Yours truly just a fluke of the universe worming his way hook, line and sinker thru the meandering time stream, which current speeds up the older I......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, age, break up, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
84 Charing Cross Road
...It did not cost a fortune and gave her so much joy I sent a book to a lovely friend ‘twas second hand though good as new I love the odour I love the look I love to ho......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, books, giving, love, words,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member MAGNIFICENT in decay
...stylised landscapes rural&urban churches&momuments historic in appearance openhand egalitrian vidual arts modernism in manner planes of colour antiquarian abstract......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, art, people,
Form: Ekphrasis
Arthurian Poems
...At Tintagel by Michael R. Burch That night, at Tintagel, there was darkness such as man had never seen... darkness and treachery, and the unholy thundering of the sea... In his arms, ......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, england, romance, romantic, true
Form: Verse
I Became an Explorer
... Shortly after the Internet discovered itself, I set out to be an explorer; not of land and water, but a finder of the odd and peculiar. My first inclination was to search for antiquarian ar......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
...Sometimes I think the way we view the world is a little antiquarian for instance we have words to label everyone…from Capricorn to Sagittarian… Take Deborah and I…we don’t eat meat…we are proudly......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, humor,
Form: Verse
Theater of Utter Charm - Part 27
...your first observation must be I seem to be persisting LOL it is easy to be dangerous these days but deeper still is less a guess than it was a thousand years ago and what is revealed can alway......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
... Antiquarian classic lovers embrace Orangeade silken light, circles around his place Romantic satin in black lace, gifts bestowed to thee Delicate ruffed red confection eyes, he showed me Digni......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, wedding, red,
Form: Free verse
...An unusual melody, a reticent antiquarian I will wear my galloping age with your dark eyes. The lines were drawn in the crocus fields. We were fighting for the wild immitative geckoes. A......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, art
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member A Broad Abroad
...The desert wind scours the land Home to all of civilized man Ankhs hang from leather straps No turkey gobbles nor Auntie naps. Kids in mosques and chapels abound Singing chants of eastern sound......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, travelme,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member The Train to Wimbledon
...With a snakelike hiss, the tangerine train doors close and the engine rock-rumbles forward clicking over each joined metal coupling. Long gone are the pristine days of virginity and t......Read More
Categories: antiquarian, childhood, travel,
Form: Free verse