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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Old Young Boy AliBaba Saito Free verse i am,
50 Words for Poe: cor unum Lady Labyrinth Free verse i am, inspirational, journey,
THE ESSENCE OF BORN Marrio Biggs I do not know? blessing, hope, i am,
Premium Member Poem Inside my mind Lewis Raynes Quatrain i am, crazy, emotions, feelings, i
Set the hook Chris Hyatt Enclosed Rhyme i am, adventure, age, blessing, giving,
Whats in a name AKSHAYA MADHU Free verse i am, judgement, world,
Who Are You and Why Are You Here airatmaninravi AiR Prose Poetry death, i am,
Facade Lana McLoughlin Lyric confidence, hope, i am,
Black Hole P.M. Richter Haiku freedom, i am, space,
Madly waiting Dibbendu Dwip Blank verse i am, animal, anxiety, art, i
The buyer Kevon Worrell Rhyme i am, dark, death, desire, fear,
The Genealogist Dave Moore Rhyme i am, funny, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem Indescribable Berteena Harmony Of The Soul Free verse confidence, i am, identity,
This is me RUCHITA SHARMA Prose Poetry appreciation, encouraging, i am,
The Beggar Girl Brita Roy Rhyme i am, emotions, feelings, girl, i
THE BEAUTY OF IT Sibusisiwe Ncede Free verse i am, adventure, africa, change, creation,
Ode to aNew Day Allegra Silberstein Free verse appreciation, encouraging, i am,
Resourceful Scribbler Crista Billings Bio i am, identity, image,
Premium Member Poem Immortal Man Susan Jeavons Rhyme i am, betrayal, christian, god, humanity,
Human Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble Free verse i am, appreciation, blessing, change, christian,
Every Ounce A Man Phil Capitano Rhyme i am, life,
I am me Alunamda Yokwe Narrative i am, confidence, conflict, courage, growth,
Life is sweet Janny Vellinga Lyric i am, blessing, color, happiness, i
Color of life deepak srivastava Monoku i am,
Premium Member Poem We Both Got A Second Chance Caren Krutsinger Free verse i am, nostalgia, sometimes,
It's Not Too Late Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme desire, i am, life,
More than good Janny Vellinga Lyric blessing, happiness, i am,
Reminiscing ii Piercing Words Light Verse blue, deep, i am,
Deaf Catelyn Meeker Free verse i am, deep, depression, dream, emotions,
Artist Avant-garde Subimal Sinha-Roy Bio art, i am, life,
Darkness Gabriel Cutmore Enclosed Rhyme i am, conflict, dark, endurance, how
Premium Member Poem I Was Finding My Goodness At Twenty Caren Krutsinger Free verse i am, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Letter to the Shepherds of the Lord LIde Sangtam Free verse i am, blessing, christian, father son,
Premium Member Poem Note To Self John Conde Rhyme i am, confidence, cool, courage, destiny,
I will never be a bad bully robin davis Rhyme i am, anger, anti bullying, i
Premium Member Poem Looking Backwards in Time Julie Leigh Rodeheaver Free verse family, father, i am,
I Am Sean Wolff Free verse drug, i am, magic,
Premium Member Poem I'm, I'm Kinda Lost James Fraser Rhyme confusion, i am, loss,
Therefore I Am Ripple Subimal Sinha-Roy Free verse analogy, dream, i am,
Making Of An Island Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme i am, time, travel,
Breaking the Bonds Ryan Federkiel Free verse flying, heaven, i am,
The Modern era milady Piercing Words Couplet growth, humanity, i am,
Always Sunshine Shine Personification i am, anxiety, feelings, how i
I Swetha Vangaveti I do not know? i am, identity,
The Quest Piercing Words Epic i am, identity, imagination,
65636260 Sakushla Gunasekara I do not know? appreciation, i am, identity,
The Cooling Tektite Tears Free verse i am, art, culture, freedom, i
Awkward Aardvark Rhona McFerran Free verse i am, animal, how i feel,
Be Still Rhona McFerran Free verse faith, i am, people,
My Luster Jessy Sue Free verse i am, confidence, feelings, growth, how

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THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE

THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE In modern English people time, when the world was full of eminent joy, there lived a man of prestige who was totally the opposite of anyone who strives to form the perfect environment that established his person in which he was the brother of Ebeneezer. Alabaster was his first name. For sure, he was a Scrooge. He was a modest being in his undertakings. Endeavoring to form a best way that was better than what his time presumed, Alabaster Scrooge conceptualized where life is itself and living is meaningful. In boundaries of time in place, dynasties were fabricated. To writers such as Alabaster, this enriched his focus and denied his procrastination. He was thematic and topical to what he wanted to perceive. The world he desired was imagism of his prolific deeds. As he architects, he would become a great civil engineer. Hitherto, he was a mover of economic power. Yet, he was not an economist. Alabaster Scrooge was respected as a mind-of-minds that provided greater acumen. Marginalized journalism was in its day and age. Alabaster would laugh at these homogeneity that lack the focus of tradition. He expanded his ideas of the modern family by writing about the great advantages of capitalism. His driving focus was his pen mightier than his sword. Alabaster was an imperialist refined. Where 'the throne of Ireland was united to that of the British'. Where the expansion of private enterprise formed the Industrial Revolution. Alabaster Scrooge was a mover and a shaker. A forerunner of his time, which is a true trailblazer. A catalyst mind-sets people within his surroundings. Alabaster name was known for just that. He wrote about the wills and ways of humanity. The system of regulation that existed did not ostracize Alabaster commentary. It only provided the world a torchbearer of integrity and truth. Alabaster Scrooge was a Fabian, 'one who spreads socialist principles gradually'. As a result, Alabaster would become a true transformer of communities. Transmogrifying what needed a humorous effect, Alabaster editorials impacted society to a positive change. He would tabloid that which needed to be sensationalized. His work was stated to be the rococo effect. Alabaster influence was so illustrious that an immediate response manifested. One example was that of ‘the tiny class of pauper apprentices in textile mills’ who lives were jeopardized from the lack of protection via industry. Alabaster Scrooge wrote: – “To regulate the conditions of industrial employment is simply to invest in good business. Therefore, why do the mannequins deny safe hours of labor and sanitation, protection against accidents, mealtimes and holidays, the methods of remuneration, as well as a decent wage itself is because these tailored dummies deny the range of Factory Legislation.” Reaction, retreat, and abandonment Alabaster would disclose. Many noble people did not conform to the laws. Wherefore, society was dampened by their atrocities and civil demonstrations became the scene. Alabaster expositions provided the less fortunate with the means to address issues foreseen. Never a day he did not provide propaganda about current policies. Society became a hub of political ideologies. The Perspective of Alabaster Scrooge was published weekly. ‘Social sets, sociability, and community’ became Alabaster’s academic miens. ‘Spaces, places, and material culture’ interconnectivity was palpability. Across regions, his dialogue would capture scholastically. Alabaster examine’ the town planning, churches, forts, farmhouses, merchant’s stores, and state houses' to explore the power of visual language to architecture and design. He aspired to allow people of this epoch to preserve ‘common cultural experiences’ across the different landscapes that exist to inform their individuality. Alabaster Scrooge provided empiricism to the interaction linking ‘physical construction and social themes’ where ‘race, identity, politics, taste, gender, and domesticity’ reins as material culture in such a way that the people who ‘built, occupied, and used the spaces’ are ruminated through the complexity of this cultural exchange. That exchange that exist between its era and the New World. A range and depth of imagism that is well-argued and sets a high benchmark for this emerging field. Alabaster Scrooge intellectual agility brilliantly forms within the endowment of the humanities. _____________________________________________________________________| Written 3/11/2016!

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