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Premium Member Resistance On The Iberian Peninsula
Resistance On The Iberian Peninsula

“Liberté, égalité, fraternité (Liberty, Equality, Fraternity),” 
Scream French revolutionists as they guillotine monarchists heads,
Then crown Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor of France,
Who commands the French forces in wars raged across Europe.

The Grande Armée...

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Categories: abdication, education, freedom, history, irony, patriotic, war,
Form: Verse



Premium Member Bison, Betrayed
Not so long ago ...
your numbers darkened the west
a noble profile of strength and pride
and the epitome of the innate, free, pioneering spirit
that your country was founded upon ...

It is said that single
groups of your...

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Categories: abdication, animal, appreciation, history, native american,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pig Bladders
We played on all weather turf which was mud and a few sods of grass

Dribbled like Pele and Eusebio in old boot for that one killer pass

From straight after school until there was not one...

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Categories: abdication, political,
Form: Free verse
To My Love Part 5 TBC
As the odyssey in the skiff continued a more sentient being begun to appear,
At times feeling as a eunuch who was unable to change anything,
In zenith of toxicity as miasma on a cold misty morning.
What...

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Categories: abdication, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Brainstorm - A Diabolical Grace

Dark, deep, warm-black arms of an endless night wrap me ...
     head thrown back in abdication, arms spread wide in surrender,
          falling...

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Categories: abdication, abuse, addiction, analogy, introspection, metaphor, truth,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Reverends Yacht
I’d extend an invitation
to all in the congregation
through this speech of inspiration
which is quite a compilation
yet I expect no adulation
and no gest of adoration
for in my own estimation
it’s a trifle occupation
clearing out the obfuscation
of a...

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Categories: abdication, corruption, dedication, devotion, paradise, vacation, visionary, voyage,
Form: Monorhyme
Mary's Farewell
In a short time, you will be my executioner.
Your actions shall be considered a favor.
You say to me “Lady, please forgive me”.
I, Mary Stuart, am grateful for your sympathy.
You are putting me out of my...

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Categories: abdication, historyme, marriage, england, marriage, me, cousin,
Form: Rhyme
It Died Last Night
His heart pulsated blood, ever-increasing in its forceful exertion. 
His eyes received undeniable images, only he was unable to explain.
His legs weakened, buckled by the tension of this sudden desertion.
His stomach churned, violently spinning into...

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Categories: abdication, betrayal, devotion, divorce, loss, lost love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member On Watching Fur Fly
This breezy day outside the truckers’ Gas ‘n Go, 
I brush my doggie's hair of fine white strands-
some short, some long-
all seeming to remove themselves either separately 
or as small fur "cliques,“ 
each one intent...

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Categories: abdication, dog, hair, day, hair,
Form: Free verse
Yield not, but know
Ash - grey chemised
she shifts her shape
as silver flakes float coat
stripped naked places, 
sheath curves and angled spaces
Angry glitter tingle stings
thick earth skin with prickly flames
and rumble rise regurgitates
shimmy - shake shudders
in magma's deep thrombosis.

Her...

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Categories: abdication, natural disasters,
Form: Alliteration
A Muse's Gentle Nudge
As you walk through this misted valley,
and discover a haze, everything here surreal,
you hear a voice, one out of faerie;
 question what you believe to be real. 

At a loss for words, but compelled to...

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Categories: abdication, introspection, life, world,
Form: Rhyme
Onerous anus complex number one
Pain in the ass devoid of dreck
inapropos poetic material what the heck
more unbearable than crick in neck
shiver me timbers, I feel like total wreck
the (see) Edmund Fitzgerald, si?.

Spasmodic cramping imposed
automatic rhyming abbreviation
comeuppance (analogous to daggers
stabbing...

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Categories: abdication, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, fate,
Form: Imagism
Trenchant Recalcitrant Poet Welcomes Animadversion
(alternately titled: aery diction galloped jocosely)

Abbreviation asper "FAKE"
abdication (wishful thinking),
an aberration Trump accepted
abjuration (or alternative) i.e.
ablation, thee apprenticed

president, would never forsake
abnegation (sooner his cold,
dead paws pried loose Putin
on the Ritz Carlton), this
abomination, his indiscriminate

abrogation appears...

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Categories: abdication, 12th grade, fate, goodbye, hyperbole, mental illness,
Form: Free verse
Abdication
The world's greatest tragedy?

Maybe it's when someone you used to talk to,
for hours on end,
someone you used to be so close to,
someone you used to love;
disappears.

Possibly it's when you give up on yourself,
when you laze...

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Categories: abdication, life, loss, child,
Form: Free verse
Sports Scandals--What May Be Next
Sports Scandals—What May Be Next

By Elton Camp

It’s time that sports gets cuts down to size
For it isn’t the important thing to emphasize

Schools should supply an academic education
And not to mindless sports make an abdication

Far into...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abdication, sports, may, sports, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Perfect Painting Love
He softy strokes a canvas, in His style
As She sits there wearing, just her smile
He's studies all Her lines
As he carefully defines
The beauty that exists
Within her soul
He lives and slaves
For this very goal

Pigments mixing, creates...

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Categories: abdication, art,
Form: I do not know?
In Held Sighs
A cold bead of water
The sky’s unrefined tear
Sitting on lonely 
A blade of brown grass
Anger
Sadness
Fear
Of what might never be again 
Almost sort of had
Hoped to see again 
Painted the opposite of hero
The possibility of her...

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Categories: abdication, absence, anger, angst,
Form: Bio
Premium Member True Destination
Monorhyme Contest
Sponsor: Shadow Hamilton

He was a venerable man awaiting his true destination,
mysterious at night, but in the morn’ full of inspiration,
he spoke of good fortune and tranquility with fascination,
every day at noon the town listened...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abdication, conflict, power,
Form: Monorhyme
Covering of the Eyes
Lavish me not with any parting gifts
when I die
Give me no long goodbye speeches
with flowery words
I demand an eulogy of silence
Extol not my memory,
for I am just a mere mortal with feet of clay
now turning...

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Categories: abdication, bereavement, death, grave, self,
Form: Elegy
NAPOLEON'S EUROPE
Europe my realm and my prized possession
I instill in thee our novel ideals,
for your feudal laws our conquest repeals.
Our boisterous wind of emancipation
liberates Spain from draconian inquisition.
Of the proud Brits' stupendous earning power, 
an Egyptian...

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Categories: abdication, history,
Form: I do not know?
King Of Tears
The pools of sadness I have left behind
Broil and lie stagnating abandoned on the heath,
Their surfaces are restless, ill-defined,
Ripple-shot, concealing of the things that drown beneath.

The refugees of memories I suppress,
Wander lost and lonely, ragged...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abdication, introspection, life, loss, lost love, sad,
Form: Verse
Premium Member tasting 2020
the year of the rat

alert spirited and delicate

a fortune cooky roasted


chaotic recipe

        pandemic ingredients

trivia at dead ends

        virulent revival


fertile breeding ground

	imposing...

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Categories: abdication, courage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rebirth of Worth
REBIRTH OF WORTH

Self conceit is thought a trait to be deplored
Despised when recognised in self or others
And modesty is praised with full accord
Instilled in us by Dutch uncles and mothers

Yet if you choose to go...

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Categories: abdication, philosophy, self,
Form: Sonnet
WHISPERS
A.W. Nutter

Can you hear the whispers

Follow us into the darkness
Sanctuary is found in the night
Let us feast upon your innocence
Step away from the power of light

The shadows are calling

Exercise your freewill by defiance
Hearken to the...

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Categories: abdication, imagination, religion
Form: Rhyme
I Cry for Two
You used to say my heart was cold.  You had a point if truth be told.  The highs and lows your passion bred led me to choose a reasoned head.

The years I spent...

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Categories: abdication, caregiving, change, cry, relationship,
Form: Rhyme