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Intervening Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
February 28th 1968 matthew harris Bio intervening, 2nd grade, abuse, anti
I Seek The Uncensored Inside Scoop matthew harris Free verse intervening, addiction, adventure, anger, care,
Death Be Not Proud matthew harris Free verse intervening, 11th grade, 12th grade,
LETTING GOD AS I LET GO Beata Agustin Rhyme intervening, appreciation, devotion, faith, god,
Who's Fault Ishika Gupta Lyric intervening, anxiety,
Kimberly Hartzell matthew harris Free verse intervening, 10th grade, 11th grade,
London Knife Crimes Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble Free verse intervening, abuse, anger, bereavement, bullying,
Premium Member Poem Beannchor Looks On, Fabulous Pivoting Place Ian Love Dramatic Verse intervening, future, history, ireland, places,
Premium Member Poem Two Hawaiians, A Sunset And A Memory Bernard Chan Prose Poetry intervening, blessing, happiness, memory, places,
The Second Wife KENG CHUAN SENG Free verse intervening, anxiety, community, conflict, confusion,
The Morning is Still Mike Gentile Rhyme intervening, child, death, loss, sorrow,
Reunion ilene bauer Rhyme intervening, how i feel,
Premium Member Poem De ja vu Maria Williams Lyric intervening, dance, lost love, romance,
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The Dawn of Sunset Freddie Robinson Jr. Romanticism intervening, devotion, life, love, romance,
Utopia and the soap bubble Ram Ram Free verse intervening, allegory, allusion, how i
Soul - an outcast Ram Ram Free verse intervening, how i feel, introspection,
MAGIC Sandra Riley ABC intervening, child, dance,
Senectitude - The Age Before Dotage Arrives Denis Barter Acrostic intervening, age,
Crowded Rooftops Iman Roy Free verse intervening, change, drink,
Point Of View cortney bartholomew Light Verse intervening, absence, devotion, fruit, love,
REAL FAIRY TALES Iger Rolyat Narrative intervening, black african american, blessing,
Premium Member Poem Unquotable quotes: Olympic Antics - XXXIII T Wignesan Epigram intervening, character, dedication, humorous, international,
IF I COULD CHANGE THE WORLD karen johnson I do not know? intervening, bible, black african american,
Premium Member Poem The Clown Kai Michael Neumann Free verse intervening, life,
I'm Feeling It: The Uncanny Motivation J.W. Earnings Rhyme intervening, angst, beautiful, deep, desire,
SAP Programmer, Lead or PI Arthur Zozulya Concrete intervening, satire, work,
Colorless Petals Andres Rocha Free verse intervening, absence, art, deep, how
Affect vs Effect Rachel Preston Rhyme intervening, education, humor,
Forbidden Reality Matt Forshay Rhyme intervening, philosophy,
Premium Member Poem Operational Culture for the Warfighter Robert Ronnow Verse intervening, body, city, father, history,
Ghost of the Future Robert Ludden Free verse intervening, allusion,
Premium Member Poem Edge of the Forest Gary Bateman Free verse intervening, allegory, appreciation, beautiful, emotions,
Premium Member Poem The Lighthouse - Lighthouse Rhopalic Verse Contest Seren Roberts Verse intervening, sea,
Premium Member Poem DEIFIC INTERFERENCE Verlena S. Walker Free verse intervening, baptism, inspirational, prayer, religion,
Divine Whisper Gordon McConnell Rhyme intervening, birth, life, spiritual,
God's Miracle in Me Gordon McConnell Rhyme intervening, god, me, miracle, spiritual,
Premium Member Poem RETROSPECTIVE BLOG PHRASIS part 1 Brian Strand Verse intervening, poetry,
In the Midst of Summers SIN Pace INK-U-SCRIPT Free verse intervening, addiction, life,
Premium Member Poem RETROSPECTIVE PHRASIS part 2 recited Brian Strand Bio intervening, poetry,
Upon Watching Children in a TireSwing Karen Ruff Free verse intervening, childhood, lost love, remember,
I Can't Stop Laura Breidenthal Free verse intervening, angst, art, confusion, courage,
Stream of Consciousness Robert Ludden Free verse intervening, adventure,
The Great Spectacle David Smalling Dramatic monologue intervening, life, old, life, love,
Black Diamond Night Poet Destroyer A Epic intervening, body, death, history, lonely,
Baby Naming ilene bauer Rhyme intervening, nostalgia, people, baby, baby,
the intervention andrew delapruch Free verse intervening, life, life, life,
My Inner Child, one of several Fitz Cook Free verse intervening, allegory, life, passion,
10,000 poets Goode Guy Couplet intervening, introspection, on writing and
What is Love Stacey Behal Blank verse intervening, life, love, words, people,
The Camarilla Poet Destroyer A Dramatic Verse intervening, dedication, fantasy, joy, life,

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Intervening Poem Example

Black Diamond Night

Black Diamond Night (a coal miner’s cemetery) 

Where the ebony, we call “NIGHT”,
Old black rocks sit under the twilight
Diamond shape eyes unclear and lonely, 
Sinister through hostile spirits only,

I stumble across these stones without a bone
A solitary confinement alone,
From a barren zone the light transcend
Only in time, our minds will mend

Endless valleys and limitless stones
These bones- these bones they sit alone
The abyss, of rotten cavities with no fill,
A system no power can unwell the drill
The blood that passed over without a spill
Peaks collapse into a spellbinding chill
They are trapped! They are trapped!
Another diamond in the rough
Is what they left

Obsessed with the dead without a death
A death that impatiently awaited their last breath
Gushing, into the gems of dead chemistry,
Diamonds holding its own intensity,
These lonely graves, on top of sycamore hill
Coal mining hearts that will never heal
If only shiny eyes could see?
These lonely bones inside of me!
Moving in every direction possible
Flowing in every direction noticeable
Sockets without eyes.
Stones hiding under the cobalt skies.
The mad sparkles, the madness dies.
Throughout this mess, we held in the blasphemous
Intervening lots of gems so miraculous
  
Into a stone of self-religion,
A black night filled of legions
Acknowledging the soul's capacity of free
Near the frail bones that sit alone,
Alone they sit in a morbid home.
Through a path unclear and all alone,
Troubled by the visions of my own stone
Where the night takes place in the dark
The ebony rides under the diamond bark
Along with the coal miners who never got to see the;
“Diamonds of another day!”

:) pd

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