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Premium Member LIFE IN ETERNITY
LIFE IN ETERNITY*


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The cheerful trumpet of miraculous life, imperatively sounded in 
My mother’s life-giving womb,
Heralding with its melodic tune another animation: MINE!
And as my innocent...

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Categories: ignominy, birth, life, universe,
Form: Epic



House of the Tragic Poet
Two thousand years, a tragedy is past
Yet it's history still leaves us aghast.

On a night, dreadfully dark
A  volcano erupted, leaving it's historical mark

Mount Vesuvius...

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© Amy Green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, city, house,
Form: Couplet
BLOODLESS - Tale of a Hero and the People He Died For
You knew you were going to die. 1
And yet you came, thinking no matter how insane,
the man on the seat of power would never want...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, change, corruption, hero, history,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Pied Piper from New York City - Part Two
The Pied Piper from New York City – Part Two

This is quite despicable and very inappropriate for someone holding the 
“Highest Office in Our Land.”...

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Categories: ignominy, allusion, america, betrayal, corruption, judgement, new
Form: Political Verse
Reckless
Reckless flirtation:
The lingering sweetness of wine hindering rationale
as lips engage greedily;
heated breath intoxicating drunken senses even further.

Desire for exploration heightens arousal for the taboo ~
revealing...

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Categories: ignominy, angst, loss, passion,
Form: Free verse



Goodbye, Dear Friend


Memories of the good times
Haunts me back to reality
Thoughts of the dreams and promises
Like a gust of wind
Everything gone
In the wake of a new beginning
The...

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Categories: ignominy, absence, best friend, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Proposition 8
In the back of bars, 
Places my soul Shouldn't
Be. 

But isn't this an 
Altar, just like the 
One you worship? 

Differences and 
Similarities are 
One...

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Categories: ignominy, angst, dark, slam,
Form: Free verse
The Tsar- For whom the bell tolls
	The Tsar

Bronze Titan, the Leviathan
our Empress Anna's child
borne incandescent from the pit
Tsar Kolokol I'm styled.
Stand inside me, hear your voice
for thou shalt not hear mine
intended...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, music,
Form: Rhyme
Mind Of A Woman
The summer winds caress my skin.
Teardrops like squeezed  lemon drops spill.
A joy ride down my cheeks.
Joy emancipated from sadness speaks
Splash, it splatters on the...

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© Sam Raj  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, how i feel, woman,
Form: Free verse
apostrophe
Apostrophe 

A derogate demons asperity
Calumniate my integrity
Malicious deceit
Holding no truth
Held on to nothing!

My inglorious ignominy
Your repulsion Satiate!
Nauseated glut unsensual sodomy
Surfeit and salt in nasty infected...

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Categories: ignominy, angel, candy, conflict, dance, integrity,
Form: Free verse
AGAINST ALL ODDS
Against all odds by Phuti Morifi
Breaking it loose from the toughness
Moving the mountainous stones not slipping trough the rocks
Walking a thorny road barefooted and ...

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Categories: ignominy, anger, cheer up, deep, depression, education,
Form: Free verse
Demented Soul
Dementia has taken hold of my mind.
There is nothing, my reasoning controls.
Sorry for my demeanor.
I don't mean to hurt anyone.
Its paralysis of my thinking mind.
Please...

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© Sam Raj  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, dark, depression, universe,
Form: Free verse
Purity of Purpose
Purity of Purpose

The flag follows the trade
The hunger chases the bread

The logic follows no convention
The facts are amusing just as fiction
The doubts alone breed the...

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Categories: ignominy, wisdom,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Mnemonic Devices: Rhyme and Alliteration in the THIRUKKURAL, Canto 4, K35
Mnemonic Devices: Rhyme and Alliteration in the THIRUKKURAL, a random example: Canto 4, K35 by T. Wignesan

alukkaaru avaavekuli innaacchol naangkum
ilukkaa iyanrathu aram (refined, shorn of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, memory, poetry, tamil,
Form: Epigram
Oh What a Day
My New Poem, Raw and Uncut
Oh What a day
Oh What a day when black people stop pray 
Pause and realize where their horizon lay
Where the...

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Categories: ignominy, adventure, allusion, black african american,
Form: Free verse
A naked woman
She was walking naked
On the river bank
And in her hand holds the revenge dagger for honor
Ah! If she knows
How this dagger screams?
In her pregnant hand...

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Categories: ignominy, life, woman, women,
Form: Free verse
A naked woman
She was walking naked
On the river bank
And in her hand holds the revenge dagger for honor
Ah! If she knows
How this dagger screams?
In her pregnant hand...

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Categories: ignominy, life, woman, women,
Form: Free verse
She's not for burning
She’s not for burning

Remnant of dried out pistils
If burnt
May fill nooks and corners
With their inimitable fragrance
But that doesn’t look aesthetic
Rather disparaging towards
Fascinating gift of nature;

History...

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Categories: ignominy, anxiety, culture, destiny, evil, feelings, gender,
Form: Blank verse
That which destroy kings
Sampson’s Destiny was on a divine construction
Until a conniving Delilah brought him to destruction
A ‘Chick’ nearly destroyed David’s Kingdom
His son followed and defiled his wisdom

‘Cause...

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Categories: ignominy, betrayal, lust, mother, power, strength, vanity,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : LXXII - Continued-
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : LXXII

IF ever I had a country with or without nationality
And if ever I were elected or nominated Chief...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, betrayal, patriotic, satire, slavery,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
I Have Seen The Stars Fallen
  I Have Seen The Stars Fallen

  The pageants veiled, and gnawed at gladness,
  As prism from far inter-stellar space;
  And...

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Categories: ignominy, introspectionsky, stars,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Metre in the THIRUKKURAL: Kural 35 of Canto 4, a random example
Metre in the THIRUKKURAL: Kural 35 of Canto 4, a random example.

alukkaa ravaavekuli yinnaacchon naangku
milukkaa viyanra tharam (unrefined, given in the original state of ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, poetry, tamil, word play,
Form: Epigram
back to the drawing board
The ignominy of buying and 
selling 
Is disgustingly despicable 
The church of God 
Has lost its taste 
Its flavour diminished 

The worldly purview 
Is warming...

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Categories: ignominy, angst
Form: Didactic
death cry be heard
let the death cry be heard,
of those dalit murdered,
and seek emancipation,
against the discrimination,
ask not for justice,
if that only leads to injustice,
for they don’t even try,
to...

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© rahul gade  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ignominy, introspection, social
Form: I do not know?
The Slithering Stalker
It started with a small sentence
Picked up by one who demanded repentance
Innocuously sent and meant for so few
With the one the ignominy simply festered and...

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Categories: ignominy, people
Form: Rhyme