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Intermingling Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
A Celebration in Spring Lindsay Laurie Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, bird, nature,
Premium Member Poem Raining While Priest Is Entertaining and More James Horn Limerick Limerick intermingling, allegory, analogy,
Mysterious Journey Alex Longo Lyric Lyric intermingling, art, blessing, celebration, memory,
Premium Member Poem England - gleaming in the distance Ian Love Narrative Narrative intermingling, conflict, destiny, england, history,
Premium Member Poem Random Excerpts from Ice in my Eyes, Smoke in Yours - A Novel T Wignesan Free verse Free verse intermingling, fantasy, growing up, lost,
Premium Member Poem Beannchor Looks On, Fabulous Pivoting Place Ian Love Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse intermingling, future, history, ireland, places,
Premium Member Poem The Turning john fleming Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, celebration,
Premium Member Poem Song From Beyond The Stars part 1 The Approach Ian Love Verse Verse intermingling, adventure, destiny, future, imagination,
Premium Member Poem Embers and Snowflakes - Red and White Emblems John Anderson Free verse Free verse intermingling, fire, snow,
Premium Member Poem The Story Of Potential Ian Love Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse intermingling, analogy, universe,
Love Letter Kristina Whitmore Free verse Free verse intermingling, analogy, love, passion, perspective,
Fallen Eugene Harvey Haiku Haiku intermingling, autumn, nature, peace, together,
Yesterday's Tears Manoj Kumar Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, life, loss, relationship,
Premium Member Poem Ancestry Endangered Fossilized John Anderson Free verse Free verse intermingling, history, time,
Premium Member Poem Transparent Intentions Andrew Travis Free verse Free verse intermingling, friendship, love,
The Leaves Of Autumn Daniel Miltz Quatrain Quatrain intermingling, nature,
Premium Member Poem Twilight Kai Michael Neumann Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, love,
Premium Member Poem Moon Spoons Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse intermingling, love,
Premium Member Poem Organ Donation Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse intermingling, love, universe,
Premium Member Poem Which paradise is not the elusive chimere T Wignesan Free verse Free verse intermingling, heaven, innocence, myth, paradise,
Premium Member Poem Free Verse Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse intermingling, write,
Premium Member Poem Island of Fantasy Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse intermingling, fantasy, truth,
The Knife that Killed Me Crow thepoet Bio Bio intermingling, anger, anxiety, betrayal, break
Premium Member Poem Put Her Clothes On James Horn Couplet Couplet intermingling, humorous,
Baptism by fire Sir William ABC ABC intermingling, bird, celebration, cool, destiny,
Bassnectar Red Rocks '13 Amanda Lynch Free verse Free verse intermingling, adventure, beautiful, community, happiness,
One With The All M. L. Kiser Prose Prose intermingling, god, inspiration, inspirational, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem Love Intermingling Julia Ward Free verse Free verse intermingling, love,
Premium Member Poem Colorless Confessional John lawless Prose Poetry Prose Poetry intermingling, family, introspection, relationship,
Life Is Like A Maypole M. L. Kiser Prose Prose intermingling, celebration, may, poems, poetry,
UTOPIA Teddy Kimathi Acrostic Acrostic intermingling, art, fantasy, imagery, imagination,
Premium Member Poem Twilight Dr.Ram Mehta Quintain (English) Quintain (English) intermingling, nature,
Premium Member Poem Olive Frazier 1854 - 1895 stark hunter Epitaph Epitaph intermingling, death,
Purple Juliet Ligon Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, art, beauty, blue, color,
Premium Member Poem Wishing Beyond a Dry Well Richard Lamoureux Free verse Free verse intermingling, loss, metaphor, romantic, woman,
My Desire --Reverse olusegun Arowolo Free verse Free verse intermingling, desire, life,
Kaleidoscope of Sound Carolina De Las Salas Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, beauty, color, image, music,
The Wasteland -part 2- Laura Breidenthal Free verse Free verse intermingling, adventure, allegory, angst, art,
Premium Member Poem Picture Perfect Day Francine Roberts Kimo Kimo intermingling, weddinghappy, happy,
Tendrels cherilyn fry I do not know? I do not know? intermingling, nature
The Reunion Julie Conerly Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, funny, life, nostalgia, parody
Premium Member Poem Autumn's Reign Joyce Johnson Tanka Tanka intermingling, nature, seasons,
Ribbon of Light Chrissy Downing I do not know? I do not know? intermingling, inspirational
Where Is My Mind Jessica Arteaga Free verse Free verse intermingling, allegory, confusion, imagination, introspectionevil,
Premium Member Poem THROUGH MY EYES Marycile Beer Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, inspirational, naturered, red,
vignette-Ode to Joy Raul Moreno ekphrasis ekphrasis intermingling, music
Forfeiture of Thought Michael Degenhardt Quatrain Quatrain intermingling, sad,
The Septuagenarian Ernesto P. Santiago Romanticism Romanticism intermingling, funny, love, nature, people,
Insatiable Necessity Tennielle Burgess Rhyme Rhyme intermingling, love,
Liberation Bintu Kabba I do not know? I do not know? intermingling, love, me, me,

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Intermingling Poem Example

Olive Frazier 1854 - 1895

Olive Frazier

1854 – 1895

To my many august friends,
Mere survivors under this hungry consuming California sky.
Before you can reach high to the stars, my friends,
Both feet must firmly be set upon the ground first.
This, in essence, is the lesson of a lifetime.
Here in Clark Cemetery, the soil is rich and fertile.
In my prime years I have walked here
Walked on many an afternoon and many an early evening.
Walked and slowly strolled and ambled
Like a solitary tumbleweed in a restless wind.
Like a knock-kneed crab in a dark watery place
Commiserating with the barnacles.
It was on such a stroll
That I encountered the handsome Mr. Frazier.
Milton by name, bricklayer by trade.
We watched the sunset that evening.
Two hawks in flight high in the blue
Swaying effortlessly in the high breeze.
We found love in the dust
And we found heartbreak in the endless shadowed distances
Of Clark Cemetery.
I left this earth giving birth to my baby.
And now together we peacefully reside in this deep hole.
Together with Milton, my love.
Together now and forever in the dirt and the dust.
Milton, I am sorry I left you alone when I died.
So sorry you had to go on without us.
Often when the clouds above give drink to this dead land,
I think of us
Wondrously and miraculously alive,
Strolling to the east under the canopy of the walnut trees.
Your hand in mine
Your heart and mine intermingling magically.
Thank you my husband.
I was indeed privileged to be your wife.

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