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Charger Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Dessert Debjani Mitra Rhyme Rhyme charger, age, friend, joy, old,
Premium Member Poem Gallant-Try Judy Dunbar Rhyme Rhyme charger, adventure, character, desire, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Bygone Days Tom Wright Lyric Lyric charger, age, eulogy, time,
Premium Member Poem Politicking Change Tom Wright Free verse Free verse charger, change, how i feel,
Modern Romance Thomas Harrison Free verse Free verse charger, analogy,
Premium Member Poem The House Is On Fire Dear Heart List List charger, fire,
Premium Member Poem Charger One and Charger Two Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charger, family,
i met god and he was a f ucking psychopath Ashlea Senft Free verse Free verse charger, god, religion, spiritual, surreal,
Premium Member Poem City in the Sky Janet Bingham Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charger, christian, encouraging, god, how
Hurricane '05 - Katrina Colette Dright Narrative Narrative charger, appreciation, change, endurance, grief,
Premium Member Poem I'm All About Fire Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric Lyric charger, absence, death, fire, life,
Premium Member Poem Let There Be Limericks: For Halloween Jim Slaughter Limerick Limerick charger, halloween, humor,
Premium Member Poem The Beheading of John The Baptist Dennis Spilchuk Sonnet Sonnet charger, betrayal, bible, christian, education,
Even Smart Asses Will Bow Daniel Hunter Rhyme Rhyme charger, dark, destiny, gospel, judgement,
Continue To Be A Hard Charger The Brooklyn Six Project Free verse Free verse charger, courage, encouraging, inspiration, inspirational,
snowfall Deborah Guenther Beachboard Haiku Haiku charger, winter,
Of legends and lore John Smallshaw Rhyme Rhyme charger, fantasy, loss,
Stephanus Marcus 16 Alfred Berggren Rhyme Rhyme charger, england,
Cries from middle Earth Steve Eaton Rhyme Rhyme charger, fantasy,
Premium Member Poem Culturally Viable Duncan R. M. Ferguson Sonnet Sonnet charger, world,
Stephanus Marcus 4 Alfred Berggren Rhyme Rhyme charger, england,
Blackout ilene bauer Rhyme Rhyme charger, power,
Tired Sam Allen I do not know? I do not know? charger, life,
Happy Ever After Stephen Gregory Free verse Free verse charger, allusion, christian, dark, romance,
the oppressed jan oskar hansen Sonnet Sonnet charger, arabic, art, assonance,
I've got a phone to pick with You Rose Johnson Blank verse Blank verse charger, analogy,
I've got a phone to pick with You Rose Johnson Blank verse Blank verse charger, analogy,
I've got a phone to pick with You Rose Johnson Blank verse Blank verse charger, analogy,
Either Or Freddie Robinson Jr. Verse Verse charger, bible, christian, death, evil,
Premium Member Poem Technology Vera Duggan Rhyme Rhyme charger, car, computer, confusion,
Premium Member Poem More Than I Care Duncan R. M. Ferguson Verse Verse charger, care,
REQUIEM FOR 8:34AM CHICANO EDDIE Free verse Free verse charger, art, baby, bird, birth,
Relations Amit Dhiman Rhyme royal Rhyme royal charger, relationship,
Premium Member Poem Unquotable quotes:Gals, Dolls, Bitches and Broads - XXXVII Part One T Wignesan Epigram Epigram charger, family, girl, husband, men,
Premium Member Poem Glad iPad Rhoda Monihan Quatrain Quatrain charger, business, computer, internet, people,
Charging Blues KENG CHUAN SENG Free verse Free verse charger, anxiety, blue, stress, sympathy,
Premium Member Poem Making Hay While the Sun Shines Keith Trestrail Rhyme Rhyme charger, nostalgia, summer, youth,
Nights out with friends Lisa Costigan Rhyme Rhyme charger, adventure, friendship, funny,
Meditation on Movement Garth von Buchholz Free verse Free verse charger, birth, dance, death,
Premium Member Poem Where do we come in T Wignesan Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue charger, caregiving, character, humanity, leadership,
GOSSIP BURT HEACOCK Canzone Canzone charger, death,
Horse Nigel Fawcett Cinquain Cinquain charger, animal, nature,
Low Battery Flashing KENG CHUAN SENG Light Verse Light Verse charger, anxiety, confusion, dream, imagination,
charger sonnet jan oskar hansen Sonnet Sonnet charger, crazy, environment, eulogy, good
charger sonnet jan oskar hansen Sonnet Sonnet charger, crazy, environment, eulogy, good
charger sonnet jan oskar hansen Sonnet Sonnet charger, crazy, environment, eulogy, good
Where Shall I Go and Live Another Life Su Ben Verse Verse charger, allusion, death, life,
A Thinker Who is Sitting on a Toilet Seat Su Ben Free verse Free verse charger, life, metaphor, philosophy,
THE PATH OF DAWN, REALM OF RESTITUTION LEWIS NYAGA Free verse Free verse charger, angel, creation, god, heaven,
No One Calls Me Anymore Lehel Lorant Kiss I do not know? I do not know? charger, depression,

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Charger Poem Example

Tea Leaves On The Bosphorus

Tea Leaves On The Bosphorus

Seated at a table by the stirring water,
My eyes absorb the shore of Asia.
Minerets and aged worn stone
Stand haphazardly along the banks.
Istanbul is a lady with secrets
She'll lure you with her unrevealed virgin beauty,
Then seduce you with her ancient lovers.

Grilled sardines filled my charger
Fish pulled from the strait just minutes before,
Lay garnished with parsley and mint .
Red pickled turnips and warm flat bread
Are the implements that help feed me 
And scoop up the humus,
Turkish nourishment for my soul.

The empty plates are cleared by a handsome waiter
With dubious intentions I feared,
But I was flattered none the less.
A bowl of yogurt was placed before me,
And my admirer arrived with a comb of honey.
He held it high above the creamy cloud and let the heavy ochre
languidly pour atop the milky whiteness of delight.
After his seduction,he left me alone to my pleasure
As I lapped at the sweet and sour heavenly temptation,
that parted my lips and elevated my being.

As I recovered from my rapture, two eyes caught mine.
The heathen that destroyed my diet approached the table uninvited.
He pulled up a chair and sat down across from me.
In his hands, a cup.
He offered to tell me my future.
White, small, as fragile as an eggshell with the top lopped off.
Within was a dark tea with floating leaves.
In a chivalrous attempt at English conversation,
He handed me the libation and the offer to read the remains.

I, alone in a man's world, unmarried, and of a certain age,
Did not need encouragement and I accepted his offer.
I drained the tea in one gulp and returned it to his hands.
He placed the cup in one palm , then turned it upside down,
Allowing the remaining fluid to drip out around the cup and onto the table.
Once the cup was upright again he studied the leaves, then he spoke.

His voice was soft, at times , unintelligible
His reading was honest, and truthful, and painful.
His prophecy, amusing, and entertaining
His vision and it's accuracy were astounding.

Fifteen years later, the leaves delivered on their promise.
Long fluid lines inside the cup foretold of a marriage,
To a man who  would cross a sea to find me.
Two shorter drippings were the children that now delight me.
The  tea ring that he was able to complete around the cup ,
Was the warmth of a love that would soon envelop me.


Tea, anyone?




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