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Internalized Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Facebook As Sounding Board matthew harris Dramatic Monologue Dramatic Monologue internalized, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Premium Member Poem Adopting Adaptive Integrity Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, appreciation, caregiving, earth, health,
Blessed Anonymity Of Cyberspace matthew harris Free verse Free verse internalized, anti bullying, community, life,
Premium Member Poem GreenSanctuary Intentions Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, community, creation, green, health,
Premium Member Poem Toxic 2018 Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, anti bullying, fear, hate,
Neurological Tinder Box Doth Hotly Kindle matthew harris Bio Bio internalized, crazy, dad, fear, howl,
Premium Member Poem CREATIVE comfORmigthy Kai Michael Neumann Free verse Free verse internalized, creation,
Premium Member Poem What Daddy Demands Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, bullying, caregiving, gender, health,
pipe dream shari thomas Lyric Lyric internalized, psychological,
Premium Member Poem it has not always been PATRICIA CRESSWELL Free verse Free verse internalized, anger, anxiety, conflict, courage,
Ghosting Jon K Free verse Free verse internalized, anxiety, death, depression,
Premium Member Poem When I Fall In Love Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, earth, health, humor, integrity,
Premium Member Poem Two Cultural Feet Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, culture, earth, health, humanity,
Premium Member Poem WELL UNDERSTOOD Cyndi MacMillan Free verse Free verse internalized, feelings, language, people,
Premium Member Poem PermaCultural Trust Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, art, birth, bullying, earth
Unforgettable Delta Blue curtis johnson Couplet Couplet internalized, america, appreciation, beauty, black
Premium Member Poem It's All in the Zero-Zen PolyNomials Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, community, health, humanity, humor,
Premium Member Poem Resonating RightBrain Politics Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse internalized, beauty, environment, health, political,
Premium Member Poem Optimal Wins Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry Prose Poetry internalized, beauty, deep, earth, environment,
Premium Member Poem Failed Disposition Brian Davey Couplet Couplet internalized, betrayal, depression, sad, sad
Premium Member Poem Professor Glory's Active Hope Gerald Dillenbeck Narrative Narrative internalized, creation, culture, deep, environment,
unwary Julieta Salzano ABC ABC internalized, blue, books, candy, cat,
Through Her Eyes m.n.i.w m.n.i.w Free verse Free verse internalized, deep, fire, for her,
First prose I've written in over seven years Joel Thornton Prose Prose internalized, art, destiny, devotion, fear,
Used As An Experiment J.W. Earnings Lyric Lyric internalized, angst, beauty, betrayal, blue,
Extrication Erin Evans Rhyme Rhyme internalized, absence, break up, goodbye,
City Skin Jack Jordan Prose Poetry Prose Poetry internalized, home,
EDEN AT 16 matthew harris Lyric Lyric internalized, angel, beautiful, birthday, care,
Street ilene bauer Rhyme Rhyme internalized, art, urban,
Envelopes James Fredholm Sonnet Sonnet internalized, forgiveness, loss, pain,
love is coming home John Goodman Free verse Free verse internalized, history, inspirational, love, peace,
Mind Games Ends David Smalling Acrostic Acrostic internalized, sad,
I'm more than what you thought Adrienne Gresham Light Verse Light Verse internalized, forgiveness, friendship, girlfriend-boyfriend,
Secret Souls Tamika Critchlow Rhyme Rhyme internalized, lifeme,
Elegy for Michael Jackson (4) L'nass Shango Elegy Elegy internalized, death, dedication, historylife, dance,
Teacher to Teacher Maria Elena Enriquez I do not know? I do not know? internalized, education, friendshipchild,
Poet Confessor maggie flanaganwilkie Free verse Free verse internalized, on writing and words,

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Internalized Poem Example

Elegy for Michael Jackson (4)

Refrain
You shimmering waves on the ocean blue
Dance not again, he cannot dance with you
You weeping forests where the winds wail too
Let your bright tears fall in the pool of dew
The world of pop will never be the same again
The king is dead, and life is a dream so vain.

               Do you ask me why does my sorrow flow so
               Endlessly for him? Is he not gone the way 
               Of men that many went before? O I do know
               My time may not be long, and lessons delay.
               Who do think was the man in the mirror? did
               You see us there, did you know it oppressed him
               When like wanton dogs drugged and rabid
               Went heedless along the callous way being dim.

Look at the dance videos again, tell me
You see the what he begs to beat it. Off the wall
Are shadows falling like an inner expose
Where he internalized the world, and yet did call
In many songs - his troubled world was us
But now the king's sun set to dust, and we
Remain to heed and weep the vanity of lust
The tangled truths of out tentacled history!

                  Michael was God's gift to our season, and how I
                  Wish he would dance for me across the tribal plains
                  Of Africa again, where warriors ride in the sky
                  Through the fire make us brothers without chains
                  A global oneness where dreams deny the child
                  Nothing again. O death, what oneness beyond this
                  Can we find? Treat him kindly there, be mild
                  To him who in this troubled life knew no bliss.

Michael I miss you; O genius, sleep now in peace
The storms of life are over, the lightning ends
And droughts will come again, but I'll never cease
To proclaim your virtues to foes and friends;
Sleep beloved. Your glory stream in summer's eye
And Harlem's street are filled, old men remember
And old women interrupt their planning to cry
Farewell, Michael ... the grandest star is but an ember.

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