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Best Kathleen Poems

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Premium Member Lady Kathleen
She crossed a wide ocean, during war times, in danger
A life of adventure, of courage, of fear
Yet, nothing reveals the hint of the years
that have...

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Categories: kathleen, friend, history, people,
Form: Epic



Premium Member To Sail the Sky
* For Mary Kathleen Lessard Caithness *

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Categories: kathleen, adventure, imagination, metaphor, sea,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member You're The Only One I Want
We have that moment in our life
where love comes down into one's heart
the desire from deep within explodes
hits one there pierces like a love dart

Kathleen...

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Categories: kathleen, love, romantic love, write,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Two Women In My Life Who Are Big, Beautiful Reds
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Categories: kathleen, funny, happiness, life, people,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Meditation on Light
Ethereal, fleeting, incandescent
I grasp loosely at the airiness
So vibrant on the escarpment
X-rays pass through bone and flesh
Leaving no mark
I hold emptiness

Where are the diamonds?
Filling my...

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Categories: kathleen, beauty, body, dance, death,
Form: Free verse



Downhill Racer
The day was brilliant--Sol spreading diamonds in the sky-- 
When Kathleen and her father faced the slope, 
He with trepidation, she with hope.

They scanned the...

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Categories: kathleen, family, father daughter, humor,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member L'Assimilation Non Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Assimilation No by T Wignesan
L'Assimilation – Non! Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “Assimilation – No !” by T. Wignesan

Born Kathleen Jean Mary RUSKA on November 3, 1920, in the North...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: kathleen, anti bullying, child abuse,
Form: Free verse
Phoenix immortal
Mass of red and gold plumage
blood of supreme incessant immortality flows within
Only I alone can reign stronger
a fortiori
than the army of any man or beast
Symbolic...

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Categories: kathleen, adventure, animals, death, education,
Form: Free verse
Being Me
I know what's it's like to be me,
it's not the greatest, but I manage to survive,
I'm an average teenage girl who just happens to not...

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Categories: kathleen, anger, anti bullying, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member THE CHARM OF FRENCH CLASS
i become a stone,
   still a leader,
but translation
transforms me,
   as i learn
      “le crayon est rouge.”

“Je...

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Categories: kathleen, school,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member C'est bientot l'aube - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Dawn is at Hand by T Wignesan
C'est bientôt l’aube – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “The Dawn is at Hand” by T. Wignesan

(Note : In this poem - the title poem of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: kathleen, best friend, celebration, devotion,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Can't Get You in My Mind
           

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Categories: kathleen, art, black african american,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Out Of The Mouth Of Babes
The emergency call reached the paramedic. A baby was about to be born.
He could hardly see through his windshield, as he battled the raging storm.
A...

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Categories: kathleen, baby, old, dark, baby,
Form: Rhyme
Disappointing Pain
Here alone, sitting at my desk thinking "why?"
After all the things we went through, yet you still did it
Knowing the pain, anger and disappointment it...

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Categories: kathleen, body, depression, farewell, friendship,
Form: I do not know?
I never meant for it to rain
The day was good,
the sun shining, a breeze 
winding around the pines.
Two mockingbirds 
were playing 
guess me.

Cumuli loitered 
above ground shadows
with cats jumping
from one to...

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Categories: kathleen, imagery,
Form: Free verse
unchain my heart from kabilya
Unchain my heart from Kabilya
Unchain my heart, my amazigh son

You make me weep

You left to Algiers

And I dare not cry

You are on your way to...

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Categories: kathleen, introspection, loss, lost love,
Form: I do not know?
Dr Harold F Shipman Psychopathic Killer
Psychopath definition: A mentally ill or unstable person. A person who engages in antisocial behavior and exhibits a pervasive disregard for the rights, and feelings,...

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Categories: kathleen, betrayal, death,
Form: Narrative
Gaping Hole In Budget
Gaping Hole In Budget

Went on trip when from reality was escaping,
And to do it up some money was scraping
Finally after I had saved enough and...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: kathleen, allegory, analogy, anxiety,
Form: Limerick
My Little Girl
In the spring of '92
I got the best of gifts it's true.
A gift that gave my mind a twirl,
my daughter, my youngest, my little girl.
Beautiful...

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Categories: kathleen, daughter, family, life, future,
Form: ABC
My Best Friend
God is my Best Friend, and I want to make him proud of me for others sake.
I try to be a good person, which is...

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Categories: kathleen, blessing, christian, devotion, god,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member GREEN WITH ENVY


I met her when I was sixteen or seventeen
One old mean vicious queen called Josephine 
Her skin the texture of a tangerine
And its color plasticine...

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Categories: kathleen, age, beauty, fantasy, green,
Form: Monorhyme
He Didn't Make It Back
He sat down with a pen and paper,
   to write a letter in the heats vapor.

His wife at home tending to the kids,
...

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Categories: kathleen, death, loss, sadold, love,
Form: Rhyme
God Loves Me Though I'm Old
When I was young and vibrant I had so many friends
Some of them told me they'd be with me to the end
Now I'm old and...

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Categories: kathleen, inspirationalme, day, jesus, me,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Make It Your Own
Sometimes I take material that is not a poem
and then I rewrite it and make it my own.
Below is a FWD that I once reveived.
What...

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Categories: kathleen, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In Honor of Teeds
Multicolored tears
For one gone too soon
And one who’s denied her hand to hold
Halfway through his journey towards manhood 

“Life’s not fair.”
She told him so
Mothers do
When...

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Categories: kathleen, death, friendship, loss, mother,
Form: Elegy