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Thomas Chatterton translation: Excellent Ballad of Charity
An Excelente Balade of Charitie (“An Excellent Ballad of Charity”)
by Thomas Chatterton, age 17
modernization/translation by Michael R. Burch

As wroten bie the goode Prieste
Thomas Rowley 1464

In Virgynë the swelt'ring sun grew keen,
Then hot upon the meadows...

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Categories: abbot, allegory, christian, england, faith, prayer, religion, romantic,
Form: Ballad

Premium Member Stranger Than Fiction PART 1
My name is Tom Cunningham, I’m retired now but thirty six years ago I had a very strange experience that I have never mentioned to anyone until now.
It was November the twelfth, nineteen eighty two,...

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Categories: abbot, religious, scary, world war ii,
Form: Prose
simple synchronization x
Weary weapons wearing writhing works wonderfully wreathed wigs...... Oh wow how magnificent the yellow radiance of a piece of straw. Leaning bending learning. Admire nit a wisdom curl if a pitch of ball. Throw away...

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Categories: abbot, baseball, bird,
Form: I do not know?
The Vampire Monk, Part II
When the abbot came to the iron gate
he made no move to invite me in,
said,”I’ve seen fell creatures before this night,
you are a monster of death and of sin.”

I said to him,”Yes, that’s what I’ve...

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Categories: abbot, change, dark, evil, faith, horror, religious, uplifting,
Form: Epic
The Vampire Monk, Part III
But I had a much higher purpose now,
damned or not, I would serve the True God,
for thirty years I served with my brothers,
upon a humble path I faithfully trod.

Maybe I wasn’t a miracle worker,
though I...

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Categories: abbot, change, dark, evil, faith, horror, religious, uplifting,
Form: Epic


This is a cliché. That's my name for an old aside or an adage here we go into the 
world of CharlaXFabels once more gentle...

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Categories: abbot, funny, nostalgia, parody, people, satire, science fiction,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Plaque
Last day at school for me
Some thirteen years Ive had
And Im going to be a farm hand
Just like me dear old Dad

Here now its Mr Peters
A silence falls over the class
'Registration' he says as he...

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© Steve Sant  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abbot, war,
Form: Rhyme
My Idiom Oneliners Part 1
Elsie the cow was slower than molasses,
that's why they finally decided to put her out to pasture.

With Stormin' Norman around you'd tremble with fear,
because all around him was lightning and thunder in the atmosphere.

I try...

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Categories: abbot, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Cannabis Sativa Mini Seedy Saga
(cuz ma life iz such a drag...
this toke kin “FAKE” hemp  
pyre aye roll out to you dear reader).

As a double jointed mathematical abbot 
and amateur chemist 
   specializing in cannabinoids

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Categories: abbot, 12th grade, 9th grade, drug, flower, history,
Form: Free verse

Fred the farmer he bought a new tractor
The milk maid he wanted to attract her
He said you wanna ride 
So she jumped in beside 
Said tis slow can't it go any faster .


In ancient times...

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Categories: abbot, humor,
Form: Limerick
The Keystone Cops were funny,
Chaplain, Keaton, Lloyd, and Fields too.
Laurel and Hardy, and Will Rodgers,
Were just some of the names we knew.

Who can forget the Stooges, 
Or all the pies we saw them throw?
Who didn't...

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Categories: abbot, dedication, funny, people, thank you
Form: Rhyme
Georgia Hermitage
Georgia has mild Cerebral Palsy, 
And was loved by her PE teacher, 
At George Abbot School friendly, 
But didn’t then become a runner. 

The 2012 Paras got to her heart, 
Guilted her with school memories...

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Categories: abbot, body, daughter, desire, destiny, dream, emotions, happy,
Form: Quatrain
Living in Brooklyn
Flatbush . . . Bedford Stuyvesant . . . Saint Jerome's . . .
Our Lady of Good Counsel School . . . The Sisters of Mercy . . . The Franciscan Brothers.
Double features at the...

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Categories: abbot, change, childhood, culture, growing up, life, remember,
Form: Free verse
The Keystone Cops were funny
Chaplin, Keaton, and Fields too.
Laurel & Hardy and Will Rogers
were some of the names we knew.

Who can forget the Stooges
or all the pies we saw them throw.
Who didn't laugh at the...

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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abbot, dedication, funny, giggle, humor, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Putin v Abbot

At the G20 meeting, many nations steps they trod,
where the Abbot in his Budgies,  tried to fight the Putin sod,
oh it came down to leaders, now to fight a war for us,
no casualties no...

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Categories: abbot, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Just A Few Clerihews
Warning, if you are under 60 you may not "get" some of these.

Mohammad Ali
taunting with poetry,
his opponents he'd zing
as he danced 'bout the ring.

Graham Kerr "The Galloping Gourmet"
oft with our minds he would play.
Why else...

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Categories: abbot, fun,
Form: Clerihew
Immortal Bamyan Budhdha
Oh heaven… Cease to exist there!
And fall on them: the abbot of unreason!

They play mortal games on immortal themes
with faint afflation they desecrate
years old medium of tenets divine.
The hands that rose for blessing 
lay in...

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Categories: abbot, angst,
Form: Blank verse
Food Banks
Food Banks. 
There is a cloister up north where you can knock on its oak door 
and get food parcels. The abbot, a stern man, will give you food if
you are nicely dressed, have a...

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Categories: abbot, food,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member monk camera
watching a documentary on Netflix a Saturday night alone
to my surprise the main character I know in his a viscose robe
his brother will bring him along regularly to the place I worked
hostess, bartender and waitress...

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Categories: abbot, destiny, introspection,
Form: Free verse

In a little town away out west ,
the Contract was out,
 the thunderboxes best,
Tommy Bumble offered 20 cents a tin,
To take the human manure in,
With the contract he was blest,

Tommy Tartar was in haste,
He offered...

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Categories: abbot, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Liberal tory predjucide
Liberal tory predjucide

457 visas 2 help the jobless score,
a hundred thousand jobless,
upon our Aussie shore,
one hundred thousand imported,
by howard the duck billed rat,
{still here}
fat ole bat got 30 thousand more,
are you aware of that?
so special...

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Categories: abbot, adventure,
Form: Ballade
knocking in a basin filled with leaves
A potatoe cake bathing with an onion ring is an iconic sealed ring in a genuine abyss of calm. But an abyss is neither an abbot nor an abbess. For pretty tunnels created in a...

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Categories: abbot, assonance, baby,
Form: I do not know?
a slow quite morning
small old house with 
blackberry bushes 
gathering in the backyard 

squirrels climbing on a railroad 
tie stuck in the ground, 
 sitting with folded hands 
to say their morning prayers.

the liturgies of autumn
held in broken...

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Categories: abbot, morning,
Form: I do not know?
The lonesome visitor approaches
With its thriving exuberance
With an infinite endurance
It meanders and broaches

It moves with blithe and glee
Clothing all that comes its way
Whether big or small; it ne'er say
"I wont for you give me no...

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Categories: abbot, nature, endurance,
Form: ABC
Joined Spirits, Shared Will, Loss of Name

After so many years in the monastery, Monty 
wants to use his name which 
is never allowed due to the 
pledge of anonymity. 
He owns nothing there of course, 
no one does. It all belongs...

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Categories: abbot, desire, identity,
Form: Free verse