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Hieronymus Poems - Poems about Hieronymus

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small exorcisms
...When your heart corresponds with your mind, then, give it a shot, you write back to me what expressions you so badly need to bleed; the characterisation of letters are alphabe......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, metaphor, mirror, poets,
Form: Free verse

...An interesting muse has form, not a template of something else, but its own odd shape. This muse, for the time being, is sensually curved like a Ruben's nymph. It has dimples and plump folds ......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Clerihew Bosch
...From Holland came Heronymous Bosch with intricate detail never at a loss Painting the greatest fantasy ever* his imagery oh so clever * More
Categories: hieronymus, art, people,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member The Garden of Earthly Delights
...So many colors Leading the eye away From Eve's nakedness Inspired by "The Garden of Earthly Delights' Hieronymus Bosch circa 1500, Wikipedia More
Categories: hieronymus, art,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Paper Tigers
... "Paper Tigers" eyes mark slow time spotting leopard rhyme never changing its spots black balled white pops the want-to-be bees sting the dripping honey spot slap......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, dark, muse, poets,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Heironymus Bisch the Musical Fish
...Hieronymus Bisch, a swamp-dwelling fish, musician extraordinaire carved out his niche, by gathering the garbage humans tossed away cleaning and sawing, was determined to play his compositions ......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, children, fish, fun, poems,
Form: Rhyme
...He has a gargoyle on the top of his nose, a knobby, kibbled excrescence The gnarly nose is outstanding, it rules his kindly face like a goblin prince. Rose hued it is crusted with craters. Poor......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hieronymus Hippopotamus
...Hieronymus the Hippopotamus, Implied at times that he was xylotomous; Even claiming to be most gregarious. Real time though, he loved to be autonomous; Only dec......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, animal, funny, humor, silly,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member The Deconstructed Lilith
... "The Deconstructed Lilith" Decomposing from a past left forgotten and buried under the weakness of the first man banished from Her Forest, She rests, bound i......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, dark, mystery, psychological,
Form: Narrative
The Rapture When Reading Aloud
...though strictly Fermi, and oh...(en Rico) plus sun dre other parvenues, a rapture surges thru me, when audibly communicating, enunciating, and speaking English words as if hi ke......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Remaining - Prologue: Terra Firma and the Bitumen
...“The Remaining” PROLOGUE: “Terra Firma and The Bitumen” "The slow descent into Hell Had led Her mind to escape to Heaven Her firmament was Her Mind Her body just a Shell" ...Read More
Categories: hieronymus, angel, daughter, god, heaven,
Form: Free verse
Dream Lady
...Saturnalia my Dream Cycloidal forms transmuting to the involute obduration under duress a malleable direction coming to nothing just the gearing of time Spartan gates left open to a millennium......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, evil, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Garden
...You spoiled my coat with your vile contempt and relished your dung lit fires upon my shoulders I offered pristine views you gave a careless void disturbing me with your disgust turning my gree......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, metaphor,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Swingin On a Star
...After: Harlequin’s Carnival by Joan Miro, 1925.PD After: Bing Crosby - Swinging On A Star (1944) I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music. - Joan Miro ......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, allusion, art, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Maudlin Mary
...Modeled by the skilled and clumsy hands of artists and artisans into an ideal state of she-ness, a penniless waif appears on a stool last week a stranger called her Mona Lisa. Statu......Read More
Categories: hieronymus, allusion, symbolism, woman,
Form: Ekphrasis

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