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Icicles will melt, rains will come and go. Nature strikes us deep with awe, at her every show. Whose turn to turn another leaf, fall prey to pity or to grief. Spread wings to finally fly...Read More
Categories: destiny, fate, freedom, future,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member 4 Winds of Sins-
I must confess, mans not a moral compass his sins are vast from the far reaches-The North, the South, the East and the West; 1/19/21 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. ©2021 ...Read More
Categories: analogy, conflict, destiny,
Form: Monoku
In the world of dark nights I'm in the urge of searching some light, Waiting for nights giving tender embrace of bright With a nyctophilic soul and selenophilic heart; May be I'm addicted, But this is my life. In the...Read More
Categories: beautiful, crazy, desire, destiny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Humanity CoArises Destiny
Who would become so fundamentally foolish to separate a strong dancer from her flowing dance? The secular singer from his sacred song? Mountainous storytellers from our rivered story? Felt humane communion from our most nakedly divine communications? Spirited habits dispirited from Earth's natural habitats? Evangelical legends from...Read More
Categories: destiny, earth, environment, health,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ''A Monologue on Free Will and Choice'' Remolded
Between life and death, I employ my nobler cause; and sojourn here despite my mind's most meager joy. Can discord's violence be near my fragile bliss to now...Read More
Categories: death, destiny, hope, joy,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Our page in history
This page in our history will not read too well in the future. Tomorrow’s scholars will sigh and balk when they try to argue or justify. Great minds of the future will not understand how...Read More
Categories: corruption, courage, destiny, fear,
Form: Free verse
Rally, Rally around me
We are free today to speak our minds. by the sacrifice of men and women, Who died from the words they spoke. and from passion and actions, it evokes. Rally, Rally around me words, We shall win,...Read More
Categories: destiny, america, celebration, christian, courage,
Form: Free verse
my destiny stems far and beyond born with the spiritual no need for a magic wand within, ancient wisdom corresponds people unintentionally fear the black swan I’m a freedom fighter better than Flynn from the movie Tron the force in me...Read More
Categories: destiny, dream, life, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Someone Waits
Morning Sun to Wash My Skin Air So Crisp and Clear Musical Songs From Every Bird Soft Laid Upon My Ear Bougainvilleas and Magnolias Beauty From Every Shore Upon My Face, all Heaven Placed, I Could Not Want for More. Yet Somewhere Someone...Read More
Categories: beauty, destiny, emotions, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Death, Be Not Loud
Death, be not loud, for undoubtedly, That would be a mighty dreadful way to go, If something noisy from either end should flow, Imagine how embarrassing it would be! It is not a picture I want anyone to see, Though...Read More
Categories: death, destiny, nonsense, parody,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Moving Away
In a trail of crumbs along the path We leave the turbulence of society. In the drag gripping unto our breath. Slipping on wintry surfaces wet and icy. In search of the better way to live...Read More
Categories: desire, destiny, family, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member HONEY BEE
You, divine honey bee How much I envy thee Only for a month, you live. Yet, you never the fields leave. Working from dawn till dusk Till you finish your every task You visit many a flower. Within the time of an...Read More
Categories: destiny, devotion, god,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Life Fled As I Sought Yet Another Day, verses born from the illusion of immortality, 1977 Part One
Life Fled As I Sought Yet Another Day, ( verses born from the illusion of immortality, 1977) Part One As I went beyond that black veil, Having trod this earth and seen hell, I look back while daring to...Read More
Categories: appreciation, art, destiny, fate,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Old Country Cemetery
I wandered down an old country lane A shadowy stroll into the past An old cemetery laid still in the shade A resting place at last Here, long ago, and old church had stood But some time past, had burned...Read More
Categories: destiny, bereavement, death, death of
Form: Rhyme
No Impeachment
I don’t believe Donald Trump should be impeached, He’s brought light to the Presidency, a dynasty, Of a long line of ‘born again’ believers, screeched, Wiling government into a god-inspired fallacy. Burocracy is not an heuristic term or value...Read More
Categories: america, desire, destiny, devotion,
Form: Quatrain

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