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Life Is Not Easy by McGavran, Jenna
BAND OF COYOTES by Rodrigues, Kim
Pain by Chukwunyere, Darlington
Thoughts About Marigolds by Wanter, Sunlite
- Striking Fear Home - by mcdaid, liam
- Striking Fear Home - by Smile, Sunshine
MY PAINS by Alexander, Victor
Covered Bridge by Callus, Paul
Trick Tangled Her by pachecho, connie
Leave It Be Well Enough Alone by Anderson, John
Mountain by Walker, Andrew
Donald Trump, Where Are Thou by Vassilev, Ross
Tricycle Bicycle Bebacle by Anderson, John
Election by Vassilev, Ross
Where meadows Bloom by May, Joseph
A Taste of Summer by Callus, Paul
Dumb Campaign by Vassilev, Ross
Captivatingly Spun Curls by Beam, John
CAST ASIDE by ALLISON, JAN
WHOLE NEW BALL GAME by Strand, Brian

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- Striking Fear Home -

 

As the winds breathe heavily darkened within fury
Moaning filled with clouds begins speaking 
Through stormy turbulent assaults with waves that kill

A ballad is blown away like feathers from angels wings
Rain falling heavily driven by natures unyielding force 
Trees bend to salute the host's almighty anger 

Hurricane's orchestra romancing chaos turns 
Striking tempest flashing lightening power of creation speaks 
Rumbling voices roaring echoes carried from the  heaven's  

The action and power of love both earthly and heavenly
Crackling forks sparking separating inside an air like music dawns
Floods flow down a neck chain around the mountain's face 

Rushing to an ocean's source where it's kissed by the salt of grace 
Washed in a seabed finding her resting place safe inside an oyster 
Enormous waves sad and monotonous, which eventually dies










A collaborated poem 
Anne-Lise Andresen and Liam Mc Daid 
14.09. 2017
tristich unrhymed 
Copyright © All Rights Reserved



Copyright © Sunshine Smile | Year Posted 2017

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- Striking Fear Home -

As the winds breathe heavily darkened within fury
Moaning filled with clouds begins speaking 
Through stormy turbulent assaults with waves that kill

A ballad is blown away like feathers from angels wings
Rain falling heavily driven by natures unyielding force 
Trees bend to salute the host's almighty anger 

Hurricane's orchestra romancing chaos turns 
Striking tempest flashing lightening power of creation speaks 
Rumbling voices roaring echoes carried from the  heaven's  

The action and power of love both earthly and heavenly
Crackling forks sparking separating inside an air like music dawns
Floods flow down a neck chain around the mountain's face 

Rushing to an ocean's source where it's kissed by the salt of grace 
Washed in a seabed finding her resting place safe inside an oyster 
Enormous waves sad and monotonous, which eventually dies



A collaborated poem 
Anne-Lise Andresen and Liam Mc Daid 
14.09. 2017
tristich unrhymed 
Copyright © All Rights Reserved


Copyright © liam mcdaid | Year Posted 2017




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Mountain

The airy mountain, lush and green, they call home Perched on shaky rock, the waters beneath swash and foam Goats graze, cattle feed, fields of corn and wheat they comb Stored in the belly of the hefty hill The harvest, food for all, food to fill Spring is here, they forget the winter chill Swimming in the mountain stream, singing of selfish praise Not a worried eye to be seen, to the sky a glass they raise Foolish people dance and scream, their minds muddled, their hearts ablaze Through the earthen caverns they wander Wealth and fortune they do squander They do not think, they do not ponder What a waste these people brought No knowledge gained, no answers sought Squabbles grow more and more, 'ore the land they fought Blood spilled, turning the mountain red The rocks toppled, the peak lost its head Waste away they do, no stopping 'till they're dead.


Copyright © Andrew Walker | Year Posted 2017

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How the Moon does it

The moon spoons pieces of jeweled firmament from the universe's dark heart into her golden bowl, mixes incandescent milk with a cool touch, then pours it all out on us in tender love, hoping we are ready for such a gift. ----------------- December 19, 2016 For Kai Michael Neumann's contest - 'Moon Spoon'


Copyright © Doug Vinson | Year Posted 2016

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Thoughts About Marigolds

Marigolds, bright spot of September,
When all around is drooping limber,
As life in accord with His plan remembers

To prepare itself to sleep.

You perk in yellows and burnished gold,
And tell us winter won't really blow cold,
And we won't truly grow old

As long as you are there.

You hold us in our dreary nature,
And our attention to you capture,
As holidays, parties and glories enrapture

Hot summer hearts with hope.


Copyright © Sunlite Wanter | Year Posted 2017

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A Suicide

White cross bone and a skull Poison's warning symbol For those who couldn't mull


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2017

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A Taste of Summer

a fresh thirst quencher
sliced watermelon in red
alluring beauty

mulberry picking
romantic stolen kisses
dark purple dyed lips

crushed grape juice slithers
into her desirous mouth
she feasts avidly

overflowing bowl
red strawberries and ice-cream
summer temptation

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Contest: VERNAL 2017 Standard
(Three Liner; up to max 12 lines) 
Sponsor: Brian Strand
Placed 2nd


Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2017

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ON THAT DAY a tercet

Brighter,light hearted,looking upward
reaching out..to listen and hear
words of renewal..borne on the wind


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2016

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TRISTICH AGAIN

Wardrobes, full of clothes,
crossstitch cluttered walls-
her shadow still clouds my mind


TRISTICH IS A PARALLEL VERSE(Inspired by Hebrew Biblical parallels) it comprises  L1 theme L2 ECHO of theme L3 Punchline/observation

You may hear me recite this tristich and more of my PS poetry on youtube under my pen name ichthyschiro


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2015

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City Of Trees



I saw one day a city of trees
Walking down a path with me
Following hidden eyes to see

Saplings jungled up together
Like a stream of walkers too
Confused at all by windy weather

Deer pellets scattered walk-aways
Somebody's got to clean that up
Small insects eat away the maze

Emerald canopy of light
Daylight flyers speeding through
Branches complicate their flight 

Crowded young trees struggling tight
Set an arboreal street fight
Leaping tall for teen age light

Botanical light shows in the trees
Sun rays scattering breezily through
Red and green for traffic leaves

Partying fireflies up all night
Celestial revue of starlight bright
Crickets and peepers sing delight

Subway system of crooked holes 
Gophers nudging sexy moles
Touching each other heading home

Spiders vending corpsal flies
In handy snacky six-pack buys 
To homeward-bound commuter eyes

Fauna's eating Flora The Breeze
Loving her out in the hot dry leaves
Completing her lust for life you see

And Green Man is the mayor bold
Dryad, she's his squeeze and maid
Public works by beavers laid

Learning to walk, a child of three
First time I saw the City of Trees
Dryad was holding her hand for me

Dryad, she's my love to be
Taking her inventory of bees
Holding her charms about the trees

So we say and so it seems
City of Trees and sunlight beams
Making love for me and my dreams





Copyright © D. C. Jordan | Year Posted 2016

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The Sleep of Youth

The Sleep of Youth

The yawning of the night light whispers,"Sleep"
As eyes close...And Day's woes...
Are lost in swift retreat.

Dreams saunter, softly searching, whom to grog...
With the ease...Of the breeze...
For sailing 'Tir na nog'. 


1.15.2017©deborah burch 


Form: tristich verse


Copyright © Deborah Burch | Year Posted 2017

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EVEN MORE FORMS I PROMOTED TO MY PS PEERS over the years

DISTICH TRISTICH truth to tell, two or three lines in parallel
TETRACTYS Stebbings did contrive a complete thought in five
DEMI SONNET at  sixes and sevens
VERBLESS POETRY verse in words sans verbs

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Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2016

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TRISTICH TRIO

A TRISTICH TRIO
an unexpected guest arrives,
the daily routine is upset-
cancer leaves its calling card
........
tears begin to fall.
emotion becomes a flood-
a cataract of regret flows
.......
a realisation dawns,
fleeting thoughts crystallize-
as 'as is' moment of hope is born

TRISTICH IS A PARALLEL VERSE(Inspired by Hebrew Biblical parallels) it comprises  L1 theme L2 ECHO of theme L3 Punchline/observation

You may hear tristich  me recite this and more of my PS poetry on youtube under my pen name ichthyschiro

Read over 250 more of my short forms @strand poet on twitter


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2015

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Rainy Days

Silver fog rose Camera won't focus 'pon the gray Raindroplets pose
Form: Tristich ... Parallel in thought A strophe, stanza, or poem consisting of three lines


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2017

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I'M FEELING FRUITY

watermelon smile hard green skin hides your beauty i spit out the pips 12~31~16 THE TROIKA (Haiku with hooves) Contest Three lines of galloping poetic thought similar to the Haiku as it will maintain the 5-7-5 syllable count different in that it no juxtaposition is needed Sponsored by John Lawless


Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2016

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Moon Spoon

with outstretched hand I scoop the full moon

             as it floats on the horizon...

        a wish trickles between my fingers

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                Contest: Moon Spoon
                     [A Three Liner]
          Sponsor: Kai Michael Neumann
                         Placed 3rd
  


Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2016

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WHOLE NEW BALL GAME

re post inspired by Phil contest

WHOLE NEW BALL GAME

still

rounders

in the park


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2017

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Collectables, Treasures and Feelings

 
Collectables Collectables in a antique cabinet, static and dusty relics, yet- a hallow feeling dwells in my heart. Treasures A treasured old doll upon my lace bed, a tattered worn dress in pink & bow- I imagine my grandma at play. Feelings A framed picture on my dresser, hand painted, black on white- within my heart lives on. _____________________ November 15, 2016 Tristich/Collectables, Treasures and Feelings Copyright Protected, ID 850272 Vernal 2017 Standard Contest Brian Strand First Place


Copyright © Broken Wings | Year Posted 2016

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MINiMALIST tercet

Minimal, precise and direct 
neat, sweet conceptions settle
upon a large white s p a c e


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2016

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Travel Light

 
With open arms embrace the light Let the light reveal the darkness Then travel into His presence so bright


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2017

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Haiku with Hooves

       long turbulent nights

   galloping horses roam the

        prairies of my mind

   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 				
        Contest: The Troika
      Sponsor: John Lawless

       © 2nd January 2017


Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2017

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Travelling with the LIGHT




As the s h a d o w of  life lengthens .................
             s h a d o w
each day of travel is suspense -

but the Light of the world strengthens.






01~16~17


Copyright © Jo Daniel | Year Posted 2017

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Onisms Of Despair

Like a small chionophile Trapped in the Sahara Desert Onisms of despair flood awhile


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2017

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Onism

Onism grips depths of my heart Visions of places never seen Dance in view before I depart


Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2017

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BREAD OIL WINE a Tristich

BREAD OIL WINE -a TRISTICH

The Lord makes glad the heart with wine
Oil to make the face shine-
His Bread alone sustains the soul,and make us whole.

Inspired by and adapted from the tristich in Psalm 104:15

TRISTICH IS A PARALLEL VERSE(Inspired by Hebrew Biblical parallels) it comprises  L1 theme L2 ECHO of theme L3 Punchline/observation

You may hear me recite most of my PS poetry on youtube under my pen name ichthyschiro

Read over 250 more of my short forms @strand poet on twitter


Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2015