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Premium Member Achilles, Bloody Battles, Death's Black Hand As Was Fated Part Three, the Conclusion
Achilles, Bloody Battles, Death's Black Hand As Was Fated
Part Three, (the Conclusion)

Dawn, bright rays fell upon Achilles and his band
exiting ship, Greek sandals felt soft...

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Categories: conclusion, art, character, dedication, literature,
Form: Rhyme



Four, Gone, Conclusion
Three children and their grandfather died yesterday,
They died all together in a most tragic way.
Moments earlier, they were happily driving down that country road,
When you...

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Categories: conclusion, anger, bereavement, children, death,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member H Stands For Human Resources

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Categories: conclusion, philosophy,
Form: Shape
Premium Member My Song
~Not Like Me~ 

When you were first put into my arms, 
I begged God, to make you nothing like me 
For my sins, ask for...

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Categories: conclusion, betrayal, conflict, depression, emotions,
Form: Free verse
To Touch the Breast of Twilight
I await with yearning in my heart
for day's journey to reach conclusion
Restlessly, I feign the virtue of patience
pending sunlight's surrender into the sea

With skies awash...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conclusion, moon,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Who Knows if Magic Exists
Who knows if magic exists,
if dreams come true
and whether miracles take place
(all of these things we thought we knew)

... buried in our haste
to dig childhood's...

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Categories: conclusion, appreciation, beauty, family, friendship,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Will to Survive
Tribulations of testing times,
when a result of human crimes,
bring only melancholic rhymes.

You just desire to be understood,
when overwhelmed tears begin to flood.
Where there is not...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conclusion, abuse, pain, strength,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sepia Recollections


As I sit upon these old porch steps, that I have always known
A weathered stoop, with gray floorboards, that shake with every wind
These creaks and...

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Categories: conclusion, family, grandfather,
Form: Free verse
Artwork - what am I
Scratching their heads 
They look at me
Am I a tree stump
Am I a grotesque face
Inside I am  laughing
I know what I am.

Am a freak...

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Categories: conclusion, identity,
Form: Personification
The Song of a Blind Man
The blind man held his tin cup;
Bewildered was he as he felt
Slippery hands on his own
The cup getting heavy as he knelt.

A voice said “That’s...

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Categories: conclusion, friendship, music,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Whisper of Death
My life spirals ever downward...
The grave taunts me with its laugh.
Death's bony fingers are affixed my throat
As the jester of my unmerited epitaph.

My angst at...

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Categories: conclusion, angst, confusion, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our Hand Hold

When your hand holds my hand
	we stand a complete one
		as only two hearts true can do.
Let the strongest of winds come –
   ...

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Categories: conclusion, blessing, devotion, endurance, fate,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The Mirror is a Liar
Time to banish that old broken mirror
It only shows sadness it gives you tears
Its faulty reflection can paralyze 
Don't listen to its voice tell you...

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Categories: conclusion, dedication, metaphor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cherished Blessings
    "Cherished Blessings"



Life has not ended, only changed
and so our lives are rearranged
for one so special now has gone
their spirit, to the...

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Categories: conclusion, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An ABC Love Song
Leaves have fallen around us throughout these many years

Mist has clouded our eyes with vapors of vast confusion...

No one told us then, how storms might...

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Categories: conclusion, devotion, love,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member Poetry Police # 2
Many (con)-ARTIST are drinking more than the soup
A kidnapping of the mind
Confessions/conspiracy/rounded up in groups
Interrogation on a  prowler /who's words robbed us blind
Corrupting our...

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Categories: conclusion, dedicationwords, me, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I did This to Myself
The days go by so faintly,
But the pain throbs in my heart.
I wish I could do this over,
And begin again from the start.
Words are scattered...

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Categories: conclusion, life, losssad love, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Cut
A country yearns industry
from assiduous minds revolutionary,
cities conceived with mind set and skill
yet lay insipid in the body of Britannia
those in need of life’s blood,
akin...

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Categories: conclusion, inspirational, memorial,
Form: Free verse
A Magic Adventure Of Peter The Pan
A Magic Adventure of Peter The Pan/AKA Peta The Fwying Pan

Peter was a fine young pan with blue eyes
Like all the other pans his age,...

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Categories: conclusion, allegory, depression, faith, family,
Form: Personification
Premium Member The Theft of Ones Self
The paintings where discovered in an old barn
The crime of the century
All six paintings masterpieces
All the locals where questioned at length and width
No one had...

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Categories: conclusion, art, humor, paris,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ON GOD'S EXISTENCE





What am I?*

Am I just matter?
Am I just spirit?
Or
Am I a combination of spirit and matter?

If we examine the first case- that I am matter-then...

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Categories: conclusion, faith, god, people, universe,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Mother Nature ?
Mother' has no nature,
T’s  mind’s illusion,
Brings to that conclusion,

T’was God' who made the worlds,
And saves from perils,

Also the vast expanse,
T’was not by chance,

By great...

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Categories: conclusion, inspirational, love, peace
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member IMMUNITY
I came to one conclusion 
all that we see is an illusion 

Tic Tock  ….. Tick Tock

As I run around the block 
I got...

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© Alexis Y.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conclusion, angst,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A WISH FOR FISH
A WISH FOR ALL FISH

Washed up on shores around the world
Already dead, a whale, a dolphin a shark, 
All marine life is suffering, the situation
Has...

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Categories: conclusion, fish,
Form: Free verse
Achilles and the Tortoise
In ancient times as told in rhymes 
    there was a hero Greek
Whose mother said, “Before you’re dead 
   ...

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Categories: conclusion, humorous,
Form: Rhyme