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Premium Member Facing Temptations
*Facing Temptations
Written: by Miracle Man

God is sovereign, the supreme authority over all,
He allows no tempting above what we can stand.
During each temptation Jesus is at our beck and call,
To make intercession at the Fathers right hand.

When God allows temptation to...Read More
Categories: beck and call, god, jesus, prayer,
Form: Lyric

Empowered to Serve
Empowered to serve
With humility and grace
Elegantly standing completely
Adorned in the Father's Armour.

No foe can disarm nor conqueror
The one empowered to serve
For the gates of hell shall not prevail.

Empowered to serve
Helping the wounded and the
Ones who have lost their way.

Empowered to...Read More
Categories: beck and call, inspiration,
Form: Pastoral
Never Let Me Go
There’s little left to do…
but, looking back, we carp the moment — 
its squirmy, scaly shape aflutter in our palms.

The evening’s ether gathers in the hallway
and shapes itself into the faces that we loved.
They’re blown away.
Their whispers’ echo is but...Read More
Categories: beck and call, death, introspection, longing, love, pain,
Form: Lyric
Needle less explanation concerning
Needle less explanation concerning...

Fabled, faded, and faint scars courtesy varicella,  
a highly contagious infection caused 
by varicella zoster virus can still be seen
unlike kids today inoculated during childhood,
thus youngsters deprived mild fever and 
rash of itchy inflamed blisters yours truly
contracted said infection bedridden, and
served tall glass...Read More
Categories: beck and call, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, kid,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Fantasy
If I close my eyes
I can be six feet tall instead of five
Slim and elegant, wealthy, too
Live in a grand house
With a harbour view
Have servants at my beck and call
I wouldn't have to work at all
Could talk on the telephone...Read More
Categories: beck and call, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member I Can't Believe the Hatred
I Can't Believe the Hatred
By Franklin Price

I can't believe the hatred  that runs rampant through this land
The supply of it astounding, far exceeding all demand
All because of politics, it's so hard to understand
It's not even natural, it's mass produced...Read More
Categories: beck and call, america, anger, betrayal, evil, political, pollution,
Form: Couplet
Beck And Call
Is your greatness unendorsed
by godly symbols old and new

Is your strength contained and held within,
as broth begets the stew

Is your message clear with no defense,
either martial or sublime

With freedom at your beck and call
—all stricture cast aside

(Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 2019)
...Read More
Categories: beck and call, freedom,
Form: Rhyme
Finding peace

Grown from my womb
I never thought you’d become so rude

Lost within your selfish soul
Even a mother has to say no!

You of all my six children
I spent years at your beck and call

I have to put an end to cowardly soul
I...Read More
Categories: beck and call, child, daughter, evil, farewell, freedom, identity, poetry,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Faithful Are The Heirs
Nations come and go…
but the underlying good 
of humanity remains constant
and strong; God is not 
dead, but awaits our 
Beck-and-call—We are not
the first generation
to grow strong,
nor will we be
the last; for Spirit
transcends Time and
Politics. Be peaceful
and reassured in 
your mind...Read More
Categories: beck and call, courage, devotion, faith, inspirational love, life, love,
Form: Free verse
If you were a handbag
I'd only carry you
when you matched my dress.
I'd sling you over my shoulder
and ignore you,
unless I wanted to get something 
out of you.

But you are not 
part of my outfit
or at my beck and call.
Nor can...Read More
Categories: beck and call, rights, romantic love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI 51 - Tongue-Teasing Epigrams

If you want to give someone a « taste of his own medicine", you must first obtain sufficient quantities of the same medicine in the market, and if it’s out-of-stock - TOUGH LUCK ! - you...Read More
Categories: beck and call, corruption, judgement, planet, poetry, science, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member At Your Beck And Call - CT

The egg and I 
In traction
Feminism is a rubber chicken

Oiling my feathers
Sounds like role play


Collaboration Of Your Titles Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Charles Messina...Read More
Categories: beck and call, society, women,
Form: Light Verse
Choking Back The Tears
Choking Back The Tears!

This papa did accurately
surmise undeclared war
strong armed lance pierced my armour, fondly he recalls
early fatherhood days of yore,
when daddy's first born girl

did effusively adore
yours truly, he likened self as topnotch
trooper, who mustered vigour
exhibiting untrammeled unconditional
tender loving behaviour
before...Read More
Categories: beck and call, betrayal, conflict, daughter, grave, heartbroken, nostalgia, sad,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
With red and purple sunset
melting into blackened sky

The hummingbirds have bedded down
and shortly so shall I

As crickets sing their lullaby
into a dream I fall

The things of night begin to stir
at moonlight's beck and call

...Read More
Categories: beck and call, moon, night, peace,
Form: Rhyme

        Come here before me my love darling love, would you still love me?
               ...Read More
Categories: beck and call, appreciation, beautiful, desire, for her, i love
Form: Free verse
The Moment Sustained
Each verbal success
  leads to higher new ground

Where the words beck and call
  with a heavenly sound

The trail to my future
   fades into my past

As the gift they inspire
  —my present to last

(Grantham New Hampshire:...Read More
Categories: beck and call, time, words,
Form: Rhyme
Old Flames
They called her the Fire Woman
for wherever there was fire
she was there

In the Fall
when all
the brush needed clearing
in Spring
when everything
else needed to be burned
she showed up, smiling
beguiling flames
to her beck and call

Her tall, brown-skinned frame
'though lean and weathered
and stooped a...Read More
Categories: beck and call, age, life, love, people, uplifting, woman,
Form: Free verse
The fear mongers have a field day
Fear had all but a few intrepid explorers in its icy grasp,
And even they not resisting the right of fear to Lord it over the land.
Things looked bleak indeed for the human race,
With all means of advertising at fear's beck...Read More
Categories: beck and call, addiction, anxiety, cancer, community, confusion, freedom, friendship
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Witches

A pimply nose
To be feared by all
So Halloween friendly

More terrifying than ghosts
Placing eye of newt in cauldrons
Pure evil in our fantasy books
Horribly foul and mean in faerie tales.
A frozen heart places children in ovens

Crones of the worst sort avoided at...Read More
Categories: beck and call, perspective,
Form: Etheree
The Podium of Casanova's Odium
Tell me, Casanova, how long you’ll pine
On sodden sleeves your heart you’ve worn
Reputation on the line in decline
Sterile standing in society shorn

Of its aura of charm and calm
Reduced to tatters
With no love balm
In sight, your maneuver no longer flatters

As you...Read More
Categories: beck and call, poems,
Form: Free verse
But for the poverty of words
I'd tell of the beauty
Which Venus envies
And Cupid, bent on sweet revenge
For his mother's sake
Could not resist
And instead of his bow
It was his love piercing...
A virgin birth, no doubt
And the first blood, pure
Like the spit...Read More
Categories: beck and call, appreciation, beauty, eulogy, sweet love, women,
Form: I do not know?
natural soporific narcotic
recurrent suicidal thoughts vain
     gloriously wend 
     (o'er a death cab for cutie weeknd)
     yanking zeal

becalming this crash test dummy rolling 
     stone temple...Read More
Categories: beck and call, 11th grade, 12th grade, conflict, nature, obituary,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Great Grandma McCormick
My great grandmother had about 49 children, so she also, probably never slept at night.
They were a large happy-go-lucky farm family, so somebody had to do those great big chores, right?
My own grandpa was the oldest boy, who lived because...Read More
Categories: beck and call, grandmother, grandparents, heaven,
Form: Free verse
She is not the type you just find anywhere
In an auditorium of 100 girls, she still wasn't there
Even in her absence, I'm overwhelmed by her presence
Cos deep in my thoughts she sits in graceful elegance
Sitting Indian style while my mind...Read More
Categories: beck and call, beautiful, beauty, crush, me,
Form: Pastoral
A Bohemian Maze of True Evil
Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As evil red-eyed demons rain down upon us in their dark-sprit forms, 
Whilst our unsuspecting mortal Earth is flush in an...Read More
Categories: beck and call, creation, dark, evil, god, heaven, mother son,
Form: Narrative