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The Green Mile

soul
blessed with
healing force
took others’ pain
gift


Entry for Royal Trevino's "My Favorite Movie" contest


Copyright © Diane Locksley | Year Posted 2011


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All About Cecilia

Middle child of seven siblings and has had a troubled childhood
It has made me a stronger person, just not easily understood
Had a baby at seventeen and had to grow up in a flash
Now tends to over think, tries not to do anything rash.

I have dark long blond hair, hazel eyes and an infectious smile
Patient, laid back, but still gets frustrated every once in a while
Likes long hot showers and is wise with money
Drinker of herbal teas and hot lemon with ginger and honey

Friendly, outgoing and loves to laugh
Driven, ambitious does nothing by half
Enjoys to read, dance and play scrabble
Inspired by poetry, in writing it I dabble.

Is a PSW in long term nursing care
Empathy for the elderly I can't but share
Loves truly and deeply, is a hopeless romantic
Directionally challenged without a GPS I become frantic.

Mother of three sons, who enriched by life with so much joy
Recently blessed with a grand daughter, who I cherish, love and enjoy
Kindhearted, non judgmental and a very loyal friend
I'm always there when needed, on me you can depend.

Never smoked, did drugs and rarely ever has an alcoholic drink
Likes crosswords and sudoku, games that make me think
Loves sea food, sauteed onions and homemade soup
Energized by biking, long hikes and is a leader in a scouting group.

Moved by Nickleback's song, 'If Today Was Your Last Day'
For we should live life to the fullest, let nothing stand in our way
My favorite movie is 'Ever After' starring my favorite actress Drew Barrymore
Hoping like the movie that my prince charming will soon walk through my door.

****Sidney ~ LeeAnn's " All About ___ " poetry contest ****


Copyright © Cecilia Macfarlane | Year Posted 2012


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SCARLET WINDS

Through years of turmoil,
'tis your love I crave.
My sigh of silence,
in your calm return
into her embrace.

I stand aside
to let you love
until no more
your heart is free.

Gone is love
like arid
cotton fields

cleared by
scarlet

winds.


T.J Grén
January 4th, 2016

Favorite Movie – Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Nayda Ivette Negron



Copyright © Teppo Gren | Year Posted 2016


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The Perfect Storm

wave
towers
ship struggles
Andrea Gail
lost



*For Royal's Favorite Movie contest.  The Perfect Storm was
based on a true story.  The Andrea Gail and its crew were
never found.


Copyright © Carolyn Devonshire | Year Posted 2011


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The Three Floozies Mary, Flo and Burly (A known Feminist)

Come join the three for another cheap, meaningless day in their lives
They consider themselves to be hip, part of the same sex marriage, Burly the 
husband, Flo and Mary the wives
Their day always starts at the breakfast table bashing  the males that exist 
They wish the males could be on the endangered species list
Sometimes things change among the three, as the estrogen level rises in Burly
Once a month, she wants to be a wife and act very girly
As for Mary and Flo, they think Oprah is hot
Burly thinks Rosie O'Donnell has the goodies she so much has sought
They sip their Busch Beer out of Nascar Coozies
There is no more room for anymore women within the circle of The Three 
Floozies
From their point of view, all men should be women's slaves
Burly  has a strong scent of Old Spice after shave
They love watching domineering women type movies
The popcorn is shared by all Three Floozies
They go out to only all girls clubs
They cheer on the under dogs, their favorite one is the Chicago Cubs
Their closets are full of clothes by Dickies
They leave each other love notes on little stickies
Mary likes champagne on a store brand  soda budget
Flo likes Butterbeans with cumin to make them smell pungent
Burly likes Pickled Eggs and sardines
Burly's favorite movie line is In space no one can hear you scream
Flo's favorite movie line is Go ahead, make my day
Mary's favorite movie line is My name is Chucky, do you wanna play?
Burly dreams of one day wrestlin' steers
Mary is concerned that Burly one day will leave, that's her worst fear
Flo watches the WWE, she is such a loyal fan
Burly uses her forehead to smash empty beer cans
None of you are mothers, so on your peanut butter selection, quit being choosy
Mary, Flo and Burly are today's Three Floozies





Copyright © Eugene Carmen | Year Posted 2008


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SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION



While there's no salvation From a doubtful offense, He drains in a pained cell Watching stars from a hole That ignites burnt desire; To soar the eagle's flight And imprisoned dream bears uncertainty when sundown fades off, that rams jailhouse chains pinching more bruised nights. Yet… he still grasps strong will’s escape, and burn candles holding time's grace. In his world… fervor roams; bathed by hope reaping new days free! Written 1/17/2016 Your Favorite Movie Contest Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron ----------- http://www.nytimes.com/movies/movie/133417/ The-Shawshank-Redemption/overview


Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2016


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Guido's Humorous Laughter

How could a father tell his son
that seeing people boarding 
trains and sleeping in bunker 
beds was only a silly game? 
I'm sure, he never meant to lie!

And that innocent child
went along having fun;
his dad told him to behave,
promising him a large tank.

Guido's humorous laughter
was the mask he wore
to shield him from terror.

Not thinking his dad would be shot,  
he smiled when soldiers took him away.

The war ended, he got a ride in a tank!


Favorite movie: Life Is Beautiful


Copyright © Andrew Crisci | Year Posted 2016


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Favorite Movie - Poetry Contest

such atrocities subtract us humans irrespective of but then comes along, common sense approach decisions made find him alive, send this boy home mothers grieving combat found bridged safely firmly held Ryan freedom saved .


Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2016


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Brian's Song

Brian
football
strong friendship
cancer takes him
sad



"My Favorite Movie" contest


Copyright © Michael J. Falotico | Year Posted 2011


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The Ship Of Dreams, Titanic

 
A sad love story, A luxury ship, In broken pieces, A girl and a boy, A heart-shaped diamond. An old woman, Tells the story, Of Rose and Jack, The doomed lovers. Rose so lost, Life mindless, And endless. And Jack, Artist. Poor. Bow of ship meeting, Love their destiny, The heart will go on, Unsinkable ship, O, but it did sink. Row boats for rich, Desperation, Freezing water, Lovers entwine. The ship split, My heart will, Go on . . . on. The song, Music. Sad. _________________ January 2, 2016 Diminished Hexaverse For the contest, Favorite Movie Sponsor, Nayda Ivette Negron First Place


Copyright © Dear Heart | Year Posted 2016


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Peaches

Wherever peaches grow I go and pick 'em.
When they get ripe I try and swipe 'em.
The farmer runs out with a shotgun and wonders where's the varmint gone?
I'm hiding by the railroad tracks stacking the peaches I've found.

Then a freight train about a mile long rolls by hauling a bucket of rain.
I hop aboard while beautiful clouds gather to the north.
I put my peaches in the bucket and lug it to a hidden part of the train.
The rain begins, the night looms in, it's summer and it's thoughts and warm.

To the clacking rumble and the patter I close my eyes and dream.
An earthquake swallows up the people who wear horrible masks of fright as
      their daily tasks are trampled.
In a favorite movie theater an illumined lady puts her hand in mine, warm
      mouths, breath, skin, hair wing-soft, whole bodies, wind, bare.
I open my eyes at sunrise there's a steady glow of light around.

If you can believe in God, you can believe the mountains go from purple to
      green.
While the last partier meanders home to bed the first farmer is up to milk his
      bread.
Fruit of the world ripens audibly and cities make a silent, distant sound.
Kind of a lonely guy stretches, rubs his eyes, pees out a passing train, has a
      breakfast of peaches and rainwater.







Copyright © Robert Ronnow | Year Posted 2015


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Pretty Woman Favorite Movie

  Pretty Woman

Oh, pretty woman
You have caught my eye
On a business trip
And need a tour guide
With beauty and wit

Week rendezvous
Evening delight
Dining, fine wine, 
Falling in love

We're from two
Different
Worlds dear, but

Say you'll
Stay with 

Me

1/6/2016

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Poetry Contest: Favorite Movie 
Sponsored by: Nayda Ivette Negron 

 Pretty Woman is a 1990 American romantic comedy film set in Los Angeles.
A man in a legal but hurtful business needs an escort for some social events, and hires a beautiful prostitute he meets... only to fall in love. 
Director: Garry Marshall 
Writer: J.F. Lawton 
Stars: Richard Gere, Julia Roberts, Jason Alexander



Copyright © Eve Roper | Year Posted 2016


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Identity Crisis

Looking in this mirror
Wondering who it is I see
The face looks familiar
But it doesn’t look like me

I’m at a loss for words to describe who is staring
I’d like to think it’s someone brave
Someone bright
Maybe someone daring
I don’t know who they are
But I feel connected somehow
Because we even share a scar on our left eyebrow

She wrinkles her nose when I do
And I wonder if her favorite color is also blue
Does she not get a fever with the flu?
And is it herself that she looks up to?

Does she prefer hoodies to jackets?
And Fall to Summer?

Is her favorite movie Spy?
Or is that also a lie?

Looking in this mirror
Wondering who it is I see
The face looks familiar
But it doesn’t look like me


Copyright © Kayla Ball | Year Posted 2015


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Favorite Movie

Favorite Movie Ernest Hemingway's book, "A Farewell To Arms" was made for movie theaters and stirred my emotions in the year 'fifty-eight. It was a big hit then. Since I was with child, Catherine awakened such deep maternal feelings inside me. I felt how she felt. Sad times ahead. Baby born dead; mother passes. So traumatic. Broken hearts; sober scenes full of grief. My eyes, full of tears. Sandra M. Haight
~1st Place~ Contest: Favorite Movie Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron Judged: 01/24/2016 Six Stanzas: Syllables: 6-5-4-3-2-1 A Farewell to Arms is a 1957 American drama film directed by Charles Vidor, based on Ernest Hemingway's book of the same name. Characters Frederick Henry (Rock Hudson) is an American officer serving in an ambulance unit for the Italian Army during World War I. Catherine Barkley (Jennifer Jones), is a Red Cross nurse he had met earlier, near the front, and they engage in an affair.


Copyright © Sandra Haight | Year Posted 2016


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The Big Short

Before the world was made to suffer for the mismanagement of people’s assets by corrupt bankers there were small groups of wise men who simply looked and foresaw the truth. They got rich We got screwed Banks got off The Big Short of It! Written Jan. 2016 for the Favorite Movie Contest of Nayda Ivette Negron


Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2016


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Tomorrow


                     I hardly know you,
                           your favorite color,
                       or what makes you
                                 smile or cry.

                     What is your favorite movie?
                     Or does that really matter.

                     Tomorrow when I roll over,
                          you will be gone.

                      And if by chance we meet on a street,
                           will you remember my name?


Copyright © Tucker Carwile Jr | Year Posted 2012


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FAVORITE MOVIE-CONTEST

GONE WITH THE WIND

One dozen writers
And Three directors
Pursued day and night 
Shooting epic scenes
Two directors fired!

Goodbye line quote
"Frankly, my dear,
don't give a damn!"
made Clark famous

Scarlett cried,
"Tomorrow,
I'll cry then"

Gable
Scarlet
endure             

Time 


Copyright © Judy Konos | Year Posted 2016


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All About Ralph

This was quite a challenge!
You could call it - My potpourri!
It will give other "Soupers", a little glimpse,
of what it is that makes me - me!

I spent 21 years in the Air Force. 
One year in Vietnam.
Been to several Foreign Countries,
thanks to Uncle Sam!

I love classic country music,
like Jim Reeves and Johnny Cash.
I enjoy the older sitcoms,
like "Golden Girls" and "MASH"!

What's my favorite movie?
"Driving Miss Daisy", I must say!
My favorite singer is, Dean Martin,
even though he passed away.

Meatballs and Spaggetti,
that's my favorite dish.
I kinda favor, Italian food,
but I sure do not, like fish!

Baseball hats, on backwards,
and drivers on their "cell",
Tattoos, lip and nose rings,
bug me all-to-Hell!

I love golf and watching baseball.
I'm a die-hard Yankee fan.
I love to snack on Oreo cookies,
and "Cadbury chocolate, when I can!

I have an addiction to cruising.
December is when I go.
It's on "Royal Caribbean" or "Carnival" lines,
for the last 10 years in a row! 

Ralph Taylor
05/23/12



Copyright © RALPH TAYLOR | Year Posted 2012


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A Perfect Day

I sink into the steaming bath and soak my cares away,
A glass of wine to cure the pain the damp brought on today;

No screaming son to demand my time, today is just for me,
A book is all I need to be as content as I can be;

I call the local pizza place as the water cools and bubbles fade,
I order up a large for me and hope it’s not delayed;

Soon the delivery man is on his way with a heavenly pizza pie;
And I intend to enjoy every slice, just me, myself and I;

The rain is coming down in torrents as I snuggle up on the couch;
I slowly start feeling more like me, instead of Oscar the Grouch;

I turn on my favorite movie, the one I’ve seen a thousand times;
I enjoy every second as I relax, feeling sublime;

My family will be home soon and their needs I’ll have to tend;
The sun sinks lower in the sky, as my perfect day draws to an end.


Copyright © Tirzah Conway | Year Posted 2012


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Contemporary Hook Up

Shadows and neon lights
flood the hotel room
we are actors in a soap opera
the pillows drool
at your sexy eyelashes
I anticipate you and I
will share the smell of exhaustion
as we cling to each other
in our soon to be well worn skin...

Perhaps I don't really know
where you've been
or who you hang with
all I can feel right now
is to taste your lips
lick your dark brown skin
I don't wish to know
your favorite movie
you don't know how I like my tea...

This just may be
an acted out
fairy tale romance
or it may just be
a dark night of erotic tricks
then I'll ask for your number
this most dangerou game....
~ ~ ~


Copyright © Ken Carroll | Year Posted 2015


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The fault in our stars

I was completely alone struggling with a demon called cancer
I didn't seek for a cure , just a one little answer
How the story will end

Then I've met you , fell in love with what you are, the flawless destiny brought you to me
You gave me a new life  , full of happiness completely different about what it used to be
Now my soul is connected to you

I gave you my favorite book to read
And you gave me another from a different bread
Then you mailed my favorite writer to answer about what I seek

To Amsterdam we decided to fly
But never thought that before I go I must die
You gave me your last wish

Lucky me I fought so well
Went to amisterdam , then back to hell
You were too sick , even more than I but you hid your pain

I've stood by your side through your own fight
Hope I can get this twisted end  right
But I was too late

I had to stood in your funeral to say the word of goodbye
God damn it, how much I wished if  this was just a freaking lie
You passed away and I've stayed with my sorrow

It was not your fault nor mine to fall in love , the fault in our stars
 It's their fault to cause us these un destructible scares 
 I've got your last letter , and tears went like a waterfall down on my face

But I swear to you my love to never forget you , you'll be remembered as your last wish



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Copyright © Dalia Shahein | Year Posted 2016


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Dirty Dancing

Summer vacation
romantic first love
Dirty Dancing to
great sixties music
The Time of My Life

Johnny Castle
Handsome dancer
These Arms of Mine
Baby's Love Man

Hungry Eyes
water lifts
Cry To Me

Yearning
for love

Sigh ~


January 3rd, 2016
Favorite Movie Contest
Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron


Copyright © Lin Lane | Year Posted 2016


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A BEAUTIFUL MIND

on pages of snuffed nights rise rebirth of life
****************** *from the Oscar-winning movie bearing same title (( for Royal Trevino's " My Favorite Movie--Lanterne "Contest))


Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2011


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The ghost and Mrs Muir

                                               
Haunt
Lucy
Captain Gregg
Love beyond death
Ghost

                                                       
                                                             
                                                    
                                                   
                                                            



Contest: My favorite movie
Sponsored by Royal Trevino
Form: Lantern


Copyright © Sharon Ruebel | Year Posted 2011


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SPLASH, LOVE STORY OF A MAN AND A MERMAID

 He has a near-death
 Hallucination.
 Years later, Allen
 Wakes up on a beach 
 Once again and then

    Encounters a 
    Pretty mermaid  
    Exposed woman
    Kisses Allen.

       The mermaid
       On the land
        For her love.

            Allen
            And she

                Splash.
----------------------------------
 Falls into the sea
 And meets a mermaid
 Madison she calls
 To herself and keeps
 The secret from him.

    They fall in love
    Strange behavior,
    Unexplained things,
    Discomforts him.

        Things go wrong,
        Tail flapping 
        In public.

            Both in
            Water.

                Free.


Date: 15/01/2016
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Sponsored by: Nayda Ivette Negron




Copyright © Archana Garg | Year Posted 2016