Crystalline Poems

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couplet, euphony, haiku, kireji

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Premium Member Advice
When in doubt about what other people think. This is what I say. People can disrespect me  as much as, and as many people as possible, as they want. It will never stop the fact that I've utmost respect...Read More
Categories: age, america, anti bullying, appreciation, art, autumn,
Form: Crystalline



Rhythm Of The Rain
I hear the rhythm of the rain 
on my rooftop, 
pit-pat,
tit-tat,
titter-tat-tat-tat.

Spilling from sky 
silver globules leap
onto the thirsty land
and I am lulled into
a relaxing bliss.

Fresh scent of ozone
curling, unfurling
through my nostrils
while the trees
gulp their drinks.

Crystalline orbs
knock upon my windowpane
singing, “hello...Read More
Categories: crystalline, earth, environment, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sunfather
Feel the warmth and strength of the sun
Father to each and everyone....Read More
Categories: father, sun,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member Fragrant scents
Peacefulness, calm and quiescence
        ~ These be fragrant scents of Life's essence...Read More
Categories: beauty, life, peace, senses,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member Fascinating Fire
The fascination of firelight,
So beautiful and deadly a sight....Read More
Categories: beautiful, death, fire,
Form: Crystalline



Reflecting the wonder

~

A creamsicle skyline
of orange and white
Frozen desires
in dawn’s early light

Then as I witness
the first hint of blue
My mind starts to wander
to visions of you

On the horizon
as I start the day
To shimmer my thoughts
in a magical way

Your sapphire eyes
that I so...Read More
Categories: crystalline, good morning,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member disposal of solitude - at least I'm trying
I acquire grievous compost in my mind’s glass eye,
piles and piles of waste debris lingers-
my subconscious feeds my intellect
and I am left breathing pure black ash

sinister by true nature yet pure as the whitest gold,
I seek the landfill only the...Read More
Categories: crystalline, deep, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member a POETIC bio
POETIC BIO

Alliteration,the starting place, alongside

cinquains,apace in time,crystalline

lanterne and rhyme.Inspiration drew forth

footle,broken monoku for a while short

imagist was my style.Sequenced longer

poems metamorphose within this crysallis

changing into ekphrasis.Open,and free to be,

as you see,structured prose poetry.With

cadence and pause,others hear my voice,

aural phrasis now...Read More
Categories: crystalline, people, poetry,
Form: Bio
Day By Day
Waning love is a cold diamond thing
The hurt pressure 
from the thought of losing you
is such a hard burden
Squeezing the hope out of me

Heavy-hearted acceptance ain’t easy,
especially when the weeping pang of separation 
comes prematurely rushing through

Day by day,
I get...Read More
Categories: crystalline, emotions, hurt, pain, sad love,
Form: Free verse
Mum
Tip toes through the night, and mum.. you just turned out the light. 
My mind went into a spin, the memories of the past, 
you, me and the family 
and the love you gave
And then the years past like in...Read More
Categories: angel, beautiful, birth, blessing, care, child,
Form: Crystalline
Northerly thoughts

~

A feather falls, 
 floating on this cool autumn breeze 
 aimlessly spinning 
 until it lands at my feet 

I look up and see two silhouettes 
 against an azure backdrop 
 happily flying towards the south, 
 taking...Read More
Categories: crystalline, good night,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ice Queen Goethe
Sunlight streams through 
the tiny hole in the wall that holds
my heart together;
a crystalline point is trickling 
slow droplets of
ice water the shape of tears.
Slowly melting, I am pouring myself into
my own empty cup.

...Read More
Categories: crystalline, abuse, anger, angst,
Form: Free verse
Soul Elevation
Divine illumination

Transcendent glow 
from those rare gemstones
buried in the Earth

Enlightened innervision

Prism eyes closed,
laying so patiently still
Twinkling flames of sparkling hope
are eternally rising

Sapphire faith ascending

Crystalline tears of joy
be the spiraling, bright rainbow
to the higher ground
That paradise plane of existence

Soul elevation

Heightened saintly...Read More
Categories: crystalline, change, inspirational, spiritual, visionary,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winds Of Change
The autumn leaves glow as winds of change blow
I'm losing you, our summer of love's through
Seasons come and go, but darling you know 
Some things never change, I'll always love you.

Season of fall never fails to enthral
Mixed colours of trees,...Read More
Categories: crystalline, autumn, seasons, winter,
Form: Sonnet
On Visiting St Sophia's Cathedral in Novgorod, 2019
A luminous heart on fire
And Ingegerd dead
Bones crystalline and precious
A portal open wide
Sophia Sophia Sophia
Triumphant and glorious
As Moloch trembles
And Baphomet sinks
At each sunset
A whirwind of black birds
As the holy bones begin to thunder
The birds are circling and circling
And the milky...Read More
Categories: crystalline, appreciation, blessing, christian, freedom, happiness, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Nature's Cello


Nature's divided into four seasons 
each eye-catching in a similar way
and yet, different for many reasons.

Winter's crystalline beauty carries sway
but She is both barren and deathly cold
with a hollowed-out heart of papier-mache.

Spring’s spectacle slowly breaks Winter’s hold
accompanied by a moist...Read More
Categories: crystalline, 10th grade, 9th grade, beautiful, hyperbole, imagery,
Form: Terza Rima
Anthocyanin
Dancing upon the shifting crystal stage
The leaf is destined to dance the dance of the river
Aimlessly floating, turning, twirling

Its petiole dampened by the clear water
Washing over the cheerful green blade
Filtering through its veins

Exultant, is it not?
To be enraptured by the...Read More
Categories: crystalline, autumn, change, life, metaphor, nature, river, water,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Feathered Feelings
Light feathered feelings fell on me
Ones I accepted were filled with glee

...Read More
Categories: feelings,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member Sounds Of Silence
No clamorous reference
Was made to her preference....Read More
Categories: appreciation, encouraging, i love you,
Form: Crystalline
Prosody
Let me try to go by pioneering heroes' spirit 
That motored their antique tides of phrase, 
And treat rapt souls to a mild sublime ode, 
Forged to rhyme with old sonneteers' pace. 

Now where does a tottering novice start
As he...Read More
Categories: crystalline, allegory, allusion, art,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Drink Deeply of This Cup, Dear Friend
Is just Love an oasis in ‘desert of self’
Where my talents seem fossilized bones with no life?
I bless remnants of forebears (expired, long past prime)
That caress life, the breeze that cools brow, whose moist breath,
Does suggest some direction, moves me...Read More
Categories: crystalline, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Somewhere In A Garden

                                     A butterfly flutters...Read More
Categories: butterfly, garden, nature,
Form: Crystalline
Premium Member Creme De La Creme


Sunrise imbues a blemish-free sky
with a cerulean complexion.
And crystalline dewdrops beautify,
like jewels in Nature's collection. 

The sweet scent of wild flowers nearby
offers a sensual selection.
And twittering songbirds verify
that summer has achieved perfection. 

The crème de la crème of days.

(Verse)


09,26,2019
Queen Of...Read More
Categories: crystalline, 10th grade, 11th grade, beautiful, beauty, imagery,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Opportunity knocked
You say, "He interrupted me!"
   Though his name was ~ Opportunity...Read More
Categories: anger, irony,
Form: Crystalline
They All Look Alike
Most now have faith in scientific fact,
And so accept a snowflake lacks a twin.
This maxim states what no man can exact,
For proof is matching endless crystalline--
Which nature shapes according to her law
Though some insist they all appear the same--
Hard ignorance...Read More
Categories: crystalline, allusion, analogy, imagery,
Form: Sonnet