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Ergo Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Metamorphoses Into Poignant Womanhood matthew harris Elegy Elegy ergo, angel, appreciation, daughter, devotion,
Cogito Ergo Erras Kurt Philip Behm Free verse Free verse ergo, truth,
50 Words for Poe: The Lacrimosa Lady Labyrinth Free verse Free verse ergo, birth, dark, death, devotion,
peaceful solution Wendy Watson Limerick Limerick ergo, career, humor,
Premium Member Poem Lo and Behold Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse ergo, inspirational,
Cogito Ergo Something Ed Morris Limerick Limerick ergo, philosophy,
Cogito Ergo Sum Carissa Marie Free verse Free verse ergo, angst, depression, self,
Premium Member Poem Contests and Alphabet Turds CayCay Jennings Lyric Lyric ergo, break up, poetry, poets,
Premium Member Poem Refurbished Fairy Tales: Cinderella, if the shoe fits, Part One Jim Slaughter Light Verse Light Verse ergo, cinderella, fairy, humor, magic,
Palindrome Panic Reason A. Poteet Quatrain Quatrain ergo, 10th grade, adventure, dog,
TGIF Andreas Simic Rhyme Rhyme ergo, appreciation, children, funny,
Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum Sam Perkins Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue ergo, conflict, growth, heaven, identity,
Premium Member Poem One Man's Heresy Jim Slaughter Free verse Free verse ergo, perspective, philosophy,
Knowledge and Science Julian Scutts Free verse Free verse ergo, bible, poems, science,
Drone in Emaj Dave Collins Free verse Free verse ergo, allegory, change, culture, fate,
ORDERED DEGREE OF CHAOS Ernest Robles Free verse Free verse ergo, poetry, words, , atheist,
Perfeito Giacomo Nerone Free verse Free verse ergo, business,
WORDSWORTH A TRIBUTE PART II Sanket Jain Monorhyme Monorhyme ergo, analogy,
Quem sou eu 2 Giacomo Nerone Free verse Free verse ergo, business, change, community,
Thorough Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme ergo, poetry, rap, wisdom, word
Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc Michael Coy Sonnet Sonnet ergo, history,
Oblique void Universe in a nutshell dai kia Free verse Free verse ergo, imagination, inspiration, light, love,
Diamonds of Inspiration Probir Gupta Free verse Free verse ergo, beauty, blue, image, inspiration,
The Rewrite Daily News A Never New and Never ending Story Ingrid Showalter Swift Free verse Free verse ergo, lost love, wine,
I Think Therefore JG Collins Prose Poetry Prose Poetry ergo, art,
To Create One's Future Through Love KalMiQAz ProLiterate I Free verse Free verse ergo, analogy, creation, dedication, french,
Florida and the 46 Travis Wolfkill 6188588 Free verse Free verse ergo, allusion, assonance, poetry,
Premium Member Poem THE ENLIGHTENED ELITE a dogma for today Brian Strand Quatrain Quatrain ergo, england, international, leadership, political,
Here is the enlightenment you are searching for Aa Harvey Free verse Free verse ergo, dedication, growth, journey, mystery,
Social-Light Tom Quigley Rhyme Rhyme ergo, growing up, me, social,
Equanimity Toni Orban Free verse Free verse ergo, philosophy,
I'm The Brain Julian Miles Rhyme Rhyme ergo, career, character, cool, i
Premium Member Poem Villanelle: The Dilemma of the Non-Violent - 64 T Wignesan Villanelle Villanelle ergo, death, judgement, nature, violence,
Premium Member Poem Eternity's Viral Hourglass Gerald Dillenbeck Free verse Free verse ergo, culture, destiny, environment, math,
Poetic license Sic Stet Amor John Beam Rhyme Rhyme ergo, allusion, art, language, love,
Why Doesn't He Speak Su Ben Narrative Narrative ergo, god, men, philosophy,
The Devil's Pathway Denise Morgan Prose Prose ergo, conflict, corruption,
IN THE LIBRARY- for contest Anulaxmi Nayak Free verse Free verse ergo, art, beauty, blessing, books,
SEPTEMBER Thabang Ngoma Acrostic Acrostic ergo, birthday,
Premium Member Poem I THINK THEREFORE I AM Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser Free verse Free verse ergo, character, how i feel,
Cogito Ergo Sum Confusion PV Harrington Rhyme Rhyme ergo, imagination, philosophy, wisdom,
After Hours Jazz Jerry Bolton Free verse Free verse ergo, lust, romantic,
The Castrated Bull Mandal Bijoy Beg Quatrain Quatrain ergo, creation
It's a Small Wacked World After All Dave Collins Free verse Free verse ergo, education, freedom, love, political,
Inquisition poetry 101 Dave Collins ABC ABC ergo, allegory, angst, change, emotions,
Family Chukwuemeka Anyikwa Free verse Free verse ergo, family
Perspective Bertrand Raven Banda ABC ABC ergo, society
Malapropisms and Mondegreens Tim Ryerson Prose Prose ergo, funny,
Hey, Who Said Odin Roark Free verse Free verse ergo, growing up, philosophy,
Hey, Who Said Odin Roark Free verse Free verse ergo, growing up, philosophy,

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Ergo Poem Example


I THINK THEREFORE I AM "An ounce of hypocrisy is worth a pound of ambition" --Michael Korda Liberty... This everyone's want-- stretching an autonomy to unbuckle self-discovery I got mites and bugs living in my head-- infesting my mind. They... daring a chance to worm my guts and electrify my peace. They adulterate seeking ways to emerge from claws of doubts to grains of trust. My veil of grace they bite and bite devouring me 'til I set to pursue my act. Should I repulse... then spread my wings to fly? or should I be a little puppet-- controlled, slave to strings attached to me? or I'd rather choose a mask-- my gamble to earn sympathy or popularity; my weapon sheltering my luck; my fall or my win? Cogito ergo sum. I think, therefore I am. The mites and bugs in my skull blown from shocks infused by my firing drive. My cavalry of Modesty, brave to rise face the furnace of battlegrounds. Insincerity. Malingering. Pretension are artillaries luring hypocrisy but love, honesty and bravery: the bombs I defy to conquer the trades. If God is with me, who can be against me? Standing like a Molave rooted evergreen, ever strong. My face bulletproof to those who I believe wrong. A standing soldier ready to offer her life to fraud and tyranny. I refuse to be fed on standing lies. The harpoons of verity, I battling dart, raining towards the barbaric boxes as they... They are my lioness roar, my freedom and my soar piercing the pumping heart of those who eat innocence, I... dauntless! _________________________________________________ ** I think therefore I am is said by Rene Descartes Romans 8:31-- If God is with us, who can be against us? O. E. Guillermo 10:43 pm, April 18, 2015

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