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Categories: africa, america, anger, appreciation, london, patriotic, people, perspective,
18 The All-time Greatest Great Britain
by Nick Trim
This small island civilization.
Its empire was the largest creation
with the widest trade connection.
There are mixed views of our colonization.

Many modern countries exist because of the...

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Categories: london, loneliness, parents, solitude,
Kitchen Sink
by Oliver Furlong
By the kitchen sink my time is lost,
hovering by a random fruit fly flies by,
by a hanging holiday trinket of a glass blue-eye 
foreground to...

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Categories: art, boy, care, cute london, loneliness, lost, magic,
Nubile Love
by Bhavini Chohan
Nubile love seeking
mature adventures.
Pulling into its irresistible appeal,
without control,
beyond fathom.
Quiescent desires regains consciousness,
compelling to live again. 

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Categories: london, lust, psychological,
At the close up cinema
by Zara Bosman
Saturday evening in Brick Lane
Air electric
Two girls
Barely strangers
A train 

Like magnets spinning across the city
A convoluted constellation
Cryptic to a fault
Lost in translation

The conversation was good
If...

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Categories: bereavement, family, holiday, london,
A poem to mope about
by Julian Scutts
It was a lovely morning and we - that is Marge and me 
decided the kids deserved a treat, so off we went. 
We live...

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Categories: leadership, leaving, little sister, london, longing, loss, love,
The pain of waiting
by Kishan sharma
Wait waiting for you to wait.
Come on,let me tell you once.
Love you, love you, we love you.
But you can not meet us once.

You have been...

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Categories: london, november, peace, people,
London Bridge is Falling Down
by amapola white
London bridge is falling down
for the sins of London's sons

Silver spoons that choose to fight
should never have the right of our heads bowed

Silence is for...

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Categories: international, internet, london, symbolism, thanksgiving, world,
London Rises
by Dollin Holt
we're wading through 
a storm:

hate
wickedness

It straps on a bomb
It wields a knife

it knows no
race or colour

and still London
rises

my city of colours
my city of friendship
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Categories: america, angel, beautiful, blessing, london,
Bloody River
by Christine Phillips
I took a ride through the park to relax my mind
I stood on top of the hill  observing  the burnt trees 
standing patiently...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, city, depression, london,
Premium MemberMile End 1812
by arthur vaso
Scrooge I am
Lovers cold and lost
In forest frost
Paintings chipped
Slippers of golden illusions

I feast on
Yesterdays dreams
With turkey and sour ice cream
Maid so overpaid
 
I beg of...

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Categories: abuse, corruption, dance, depression, london,
Trixie at the Peppermint Panda
by John Michaels
Dank club
Beasts' hub

Sleazy
Queasy

False smiles
Damp tiles

Lights dimmed
Eight-limbed

Client?
Pliant.

Tawdry
Bawdry

Creased notes
Fiend gloats

Cash gripped
Head dipped

Lewd song
Will strong

Gyrates
Primates!

All stare
Rent bare

Whistles
Bristles

Tunes cease
No peace

Rump pawed
Applaud

Defile
Fight bile

Soul stabbed
Clothes grabbed

Backstage
Does rage

Crushed dream
Tears stream

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* "Peppermint Panda"...

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Categories: celebrity, character, culture, dedication, london, political,
The Non-Wastrel Queen
by Brian Sluga
a true legend with spoken words
the world’s oldest reigning monarch
rarely gives interviews
personal feelings not know
her beliefs fundamental importance
well known for her dry witticism
habits were parodied...

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Categories: angel, blessing, blue, encouraging, london,
Speed Limit Fifty
by Christine Phillips
I had a funny feeling today
that forced me to go to the park and pray
I was neither happy or sad but I felt a bit...

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Categories: anxiety, england, flying, funny, london,
Premium MemberFlying Dutchman
by Richard Breese
There once was a pilot from London
Who at takeoff would eat an onion.
But whenever he'd speak
His flight crews would freak,
So now he just drinks a...

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Categories: london,
Premium MemberThe Queen
by Jack Ellison


Send her victorious, happy and glorious
Long may she reign over us, she sure took that serious
She's close to a century
She ain't done yet evidently
If I...

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Categories: london, together, tribute,
Premium MemberLondon tube explosion 2017
by Gordon Alexander
LONDON TUBE EXPLOSION 2017

Another explosion in London today
When will they learn to go away?
General public hurt yet again 
These terrorists are a real big pain

Setting...

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Categories: inspiration, inspirational, london,
My life is a success
by Ubong Kingsley
MY LIFE IS A SUCCESS 

My life is a success;
Carved out of many troubles
Iike gold, I was cooked
Fire went through me like crude. 

My life...

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Categories: london, lost, voice, writing,
Premium MemberIron Bells
by Judy Emery
Iron Bells

Clang,clang the old iron bell ringed
deep in the heart of an ancient town
while the old bells made its sounds
around that darken town,

The old iron...

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Categories: city, cry, heartbroken, horse, london, loneliness, writing,
Premium MemberThe Winter Of A Lonely Day
by Judy Emery
The winter of a lonely day 
is starting to settle down its pest
where withered leaves are playing at my feet
while I see a homeless man...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, funny, light, london, pain,
Big Smile
by Reason A. Poteet
a saraband

Big smile, laughter with a reason.
Clowns oft disguise their pain with mirth,
like the buffoon, Jackie Gleason.

Stand-up comics are risible;
Dick Van Dyke's stunts were visible.
Grimaldi...

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Categories: london, loss, murder, tribute,
Premium MemberTHE BELL TOLLS FOR LONDON AND MANCHESTER
by JAN ALLISON
Bells
now toll
in sympathy
Innocent victims died
and many people were wounded
on the streets of London and Manchester.
Please can you remember them all

in your
prayers

*prayers counted as 1 syllable...

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Categories: london, love, violence,
Premium MemberNo Easy Answer - London Attack
by Gregory R Barden
How do we fight this war on mirth,
When love and life now have no worth?

How do we alter such twisted souls,
With death and horror their...

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Categories: london, loss, love hurts,
philosophy giants
by jan oskar hansen
Philosophy Giants  

So here we are motley crew of Facebook writers
We rattle our cages spew our anger on the Persian rug-
In our imagination- but,...

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Categories: london,
Lone Londoner
by david bucknell
I look at this wonder, 
This art, 
The landscape behind her blushes, 
Lone Londoner, 
She defeats my love, 
Trumps my harmony, 
Warms my blood, 
She...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 7 of 7
by Michael Coy
Conclusion

So, there it is.  We’ve had a little glimpse
into the human life of one straight street,
where wants and wishes wash and clash and meet
(should...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 6 of 7
by Michael Coy
(In 1964, Paul McCartney was staying at 
57, Wimpole Street, the home of Jane Asher.  
McCartney was allowed to use the basement 
for writing...

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Categories: london, , cute,
Wimpole Street, Part 5 of 7
by Michael Coy
The Barretts of Wimpole Street

Imagine you’re a woman, with a mind
as trained, acute and fertile as exists.
Imagine that your erudite, refined
creations top each year’s best-seller...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 4 of 7
by Michael Coy
(Sir Frederick Treves, Victorian surgeon, has the
following claims to our respect: (1) he discovered
and cared for Joseph Merrick, "The Elephant Man":
(2) He followed the route...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 3 of 7
by Michael Coy
(In a 19th-century legal judgment studied by all who 
learn the English common law, Sturges v. Bridgeman,
the court found in favour of a "nice" doctor...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 2 of 7
by Michael Coy
(Alfred, Lord Tennyson, the greatest of Victorian
poets, formed a very close relationship with
Arthur Hallam and frequently visited the Hallam
home in Wimpole Street.  After Hallam's...

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Categories: london,
Wimpole Street, Part 1 of 7
by Michael Coy
(Wimpole Street, in the West End of London,
has been the scene of many interesting events,
from the elopement of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
to The Beatles composing "Help!")

The...

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Categories: london, love,
We Too Shall Overcome
by Tim Smith
Suspended
clearly looking above the guilt
held fast like a driving rain
penetrating
a soiled skin laced with sin

Innocence
celebration of love     lost
in shadows of the...

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Categories: anxiety, conflict, football, horror, london, murder,
Bethlehem
by Daniel Handschuh
Bed.
Bedlam.
Bethlehem.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy:
Something with football and clandestine
Conferences, like political campaigns.
Suicides just outside the bride's bridal shower,
Because of a concussion?
Numerous concussions? In London?
Perhaps it was rugby.
Poor...

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Categories: courage, culture, england, hero, london,
What I Did for Art
by Michael Coy
You want to know its merits? 
Very well, then. Daylight slants 
deliciously across the boy's 
inclined, thoughtful face. 
His lace collar, crumpled, 
houses valleys of...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, death, life, london, love, spiritual,
Brompton Cemetery
by Phil Lator
A place of sorrow that brings such comfort,
One of death yet cherished by the living,
The lines of tombs and ancient burials mean naught,
Compared to the...

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