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Pack it in
Pack it in





As emotions rush,
tears of anguish will flood,
Until you pack it in aces,
of yesterday's ecstatic moments.






Written Dec 19th, 2015
© Dr. Upma A. Sharma
For "Something...

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Categories: pack it in, grief, lost love,
Form: Verse



Premium Member Broken And All Hope Lost, What Does One Do
Broken And All Hope Lost, What Does One Do

I am old, tired and I no longer want to write
the old kettle is broken and tea...

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Categories: pack it in, art,
Form: Rhyme
Why I Love Poems: the Satori Effect
Why do I love poetry? Well, it's none of the usual: beautiful words, lofty thoughts, noble sentiments. I can get all that from Tolstoy or...

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Categories: pack it in, allusion, analogy, appreciation, creation, meaningful, poetry,
Form: Prose
How Much Sugar
In your coffee and your tea,
how much sugar do you take?
You have enough I see
to bake yourself a cake.

What I have noticed as of late,
you...

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Categories: pack it in, food, life
Form: Quatrain
Winter Leaves
Winter Leaves
                  by Odin Roark

Seemingly adrift
Without care
Emblematic of...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, nature,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Dreamy Cadillacs---COLOURFICATION

          "Dreamy Cadillacs"....COLOURFICATION


Decided one Sunday afternoon to indulge in something I love!
Being "Olde School" with an...

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Categories: pack it in, car, dream, imagery, passion,
Form: Free verse
Night Writer
Rubbing my forehead, Hand in my hair,
All I see is paper, are there any words out there?
I search and I search, racking my brain,
It seems...

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Categories: pack it in, feelings, fun, funny, humor, night, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Gotta Play the Game
Gotta Play the Game
            by Odin Roark

Okay
There's this big choice
Pack it in
Or play the...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, father,
Form: Free verse
Slightly Fat
I heard about a study
Which had proof that where it’s at,
In terms of living longest,
Is to be just slightly fat.

When one weighs sixty pounds too...

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Categories: pack it in, health,
Form: Rhyme
Packin In My Dreams
45 years behind me
I’m startin', reachin’ for the dream
I left my front porch crying
Only tears of fear
Then wiped my face
To keep it crystal clear

Your too...

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Categories: pack it in, cowboy-western, funny, on work and working,
Form: I do not know?
A Slam Pam Kill-o-gram
Sit down clown and drown your sound bubble before I puncture it with my slam,
I'll show you an epic wham bam epigram 'cus I am...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, slam,
Form: Rhyme
Working Man - Revised
This man cannot grasp 
His task at hand.
With fervor he tries
Diligently.
Trying, working, his
Sweat soaks his brow.
It is getting dark.
What will he do?
He tries to finish
But,...

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© Mike Beard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, age, courage, integrity, life, stress, tribute,
Form: Carpe Diem
I Am Not A Quitter
I was told to "Pack it in."

"No!" I am not a quitter.

I never give up until I win.




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20 Words
Lin Lane -December 18th 2015
Something With Great...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, pride,
Form: Verse
Working Man
This man cannot grasp 
His task at hand.

With fervor he tries
Diligently.

Trying, working, his
Sweat soaks his brow.

It is getting dark.
What will he do?

He tries to finish
But,...

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© Mike Beard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, allusion, class, fun, growth, hurt, journey,
Form: Carpe Diem
OLD GUY DESIRES
I still look through
young man’s eyes,
          though
skin and bones are
aging,
my mind’s eye
disagrees with it, 
 ...

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© Jim Tidd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pack it in, age,
Form: Rhyme
The Lonely Cowboy
The Lonely Cowboy

I think I'll pack it in & buy a pickup head out to L.A.
 A seed that I planted in this pile of...

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Categories: pack it in, beach, betrayal, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Devin's First Deer, Part I
Devin crunched slowly through the frosted grass
as he made his way down his grandpa’s field,
it was the morning after Thanksgiving
with a chill that was bracing...

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Categories: pack it in, adventure, autumn, family, farm, grandfather, growth,
Form: Narrative
Dragged Through The Mud
Dragged Through The Mud

well to bring cadence amidst the fallen dew
hope springs a new through the vibration of sorts
we have erected pyramids to honor our...

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Categories: pack it in, anxiety, art,
Form: Free verse
Things she could have said
Give it all to me;
every last ill word
and every/
aching creature
in your heart 
that's ever stirred

Give me all your sadness
your deepest depths
of endlessness
and ever jagged corner
you...

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Categories: pack it in, anger, angst, child abuse, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Justice For All
crack pipe out on the street
old man peeing off to side
condoms in war zones we call schools
the righteous get torn by the wicked
a woman in...

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Categories: pack it in, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Burn Out The Day
Burn Out The Day

We look into hearts of love to unfold
 pause and really think before you write
 Each of us is being examined by...

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Categories: pack it in, abortion, absence, addiction, age, animal, autumn,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Missing Both of You
When will I see you again?
Maybe when my dieting is at an end
You supported me for all those years
Now there is so much pressure it...

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Categories: pack it in, funny, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member five sets of stitches
When I was young, I took a tin can to the lip
courtesy of a best friend
I ran away crying for mother
my first set of(flesh) stitches,,,

my...

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Categories: pack it in, angst, childhood, fun,
Form: Free verse
Circle Line
I watch the Circle Line glide past,
The passengers on deck;
Binoculars in hand or
At the ready, on the neck.

The tour guide points and tells them
That the...

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Categories: pack it in, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
V Twin
I bought myself a motorbike, two cylinders, vee twin
With a hundred wild horses waiting patiently within 
I release them when I take it out and...

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Categories: pack it in, funnyme,
Form: Light Verse