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Heaped Up Poems - Poems about Heaped Up

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...Best case scenario - my fame walking into the future, all my failed handiworks recognized as avant garde – well before their time. Honor and distinction heaped-up posthumously. An unexceptional ......Read More
Categories: heaped up, poetry,
Form: Free verse

...It's all here in our market hall at the large fishmonger's stall. World of wet and cold white tile. Fresh fish display, rank and file. Scottish salmon, centre place stretched across a tray of ic......Read More
Categories: heaped up, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pandemic Stew
...Let's do dinner tonight at the Covid 19, the hottest new restaurant in town. We won't need a face mask, we'll sit with a crowd and dine on Pandemic Stew. We'll start with a creamy White Supremacist......Read More
Categories: heaped up, anger, conflict, confusion, dark,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Arms race
... We've heard all about the stockpiling, the toilet rolls, lettuce and beans, but secretly more of this is going on unnoticed, and behind the scenes. The Government, in our best interests, ......Read More
Categories: heaped up, humor,
Form: Rhyme
My Dream For My Nation
...Last night I slept And last night I dreamt Of what has come and gone And that which is to come It was a revelation Of an impending revolution The dream made me to dream The dream is my dream......Read More
Categories: heaped up, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Lyric

Announcement Prayerful and Frolicsomely Playful: Or, A Canticle I Think I'll Be
...A canticle I think I'll be, A rimed thought, hoary and ancient, Stinking as the dust heaped up empyreal on the hills of The Judean sands; And as dulled and dimmed as an archaic coin tarnish'd.......Read More
Categories: heaped up, absence, adventure, allegory, anger,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member THIRUK-KURAL on not offending the Great: Canto 90, K895 and K897
...THIRUK-KURAL on not offending the Great*: Periyaaraip Pilaiyaamai - Canto 90 K895 and K897 [* The "Great" here are indifferently the King or other learned and wise people whom the King ought to......Read More
Categories: heaped up, leadership, political, power, tamil,
Form: Epigram
My Grandmother s Kaleidoscope
... My Grandmother’s Kaleidoscope The stones and the planks of her heart resonate with the pick-axes and the hammers. My grandma’s mansion loses its head, arms and trunk. H......Read More
Categories: heaped up, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Old Container
...And how the wind howled around the old container, wheezed through the cracks, laughed devilishly, fed demonically on our emaciated living remnants. Huddle......Read More
Categories: heaped up, abuse, boy, child, child
Form: Prose Poetry
...It is as if I strangely sit between unfoldment and the pit turn the heart and bend the lip of ageless silent sun and trees of passing pageants aimed to please the garish and the blinded throng fro......Read More
Categories: heaped up, conflict, death, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Blank verse
Word Squirrel
...Rodents can be loquacious That includes your average gerbil They love to prattle, chat and blather They really are quite verbal Hamsters are talkative too Just as garrulous as can be With run......Read More
Categories: heaped up, animal, children, education, kid,
Form: Rhyme
Reason Why the Leaves fall
...the leaves fall not from the tree because of their own weight but the weight of anxiety heaped up like unpredictable tomorrows and days after days of dismal weather compel the leaves to leave......Read More
Categories: heaped up, allegory, anxiety, autumn, tree,
Form: Free verse
Where There's a Glass the tavern in the darkening hours a drunkard swallows the small world reflected in his glass at one gulp, emboldened, he dances with inflamed eyes brandishing the ornamental sword taken down......Read More
Categories: heaped up, imagery, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Why the Stars Rise at Night
...Star is star, only times when it hangs in the skies, once it falls on the ground, it becomes nothing more than a useless piece of stone. Is that why the stars commit themselves to the flames in t......Read More
Categories: heaped up, metaphor, night, stars,
Form: Free verse
Heterodox Genesis the beginning earth was a place uninhabitable to any living thing, it was nothing but a furiously burning wandering fireball in an immeasurable open space while wandering in space, howeve......Read More
Categories: heaped up, allegory, creation, earth, life,
Form: Free verse

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