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Premium Member Divine Comedy translation Hell Canto XIV
Because the charity of my native place
Obliged me, the broken branches I the picked up
Them giving back him, who was to debase.

Then we finally reached where had to leap
From the second turn to third, and...

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Categories: acclaim, fantasy, , cute,
Form: Terza Rima

Premium Member Canto XVIII Hell translation
In hell is called Malebolge a site
Completely made of ferrous color stones  
As almost all the rim around looks quite.

Of the malignant field the middle zones
Are the seat for a well much wide and...

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Categories: acclaim, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member MultiColored Houses
I find multicultural capital investment
socially healthier
politically wealthier
than more win/lose capital competitions.

may call this deep social communication capital,
so why don't natural scientists
discover naturally cooperative capital investments
is a long-winded way
of winding around
and appreciating,
not depreciating,
multiculturing health power?


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Categories: acclaim, health, integrity, passion, peace, political, power, presidents
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Saratoga I
   The following sonnets (an incomplete Heroic Crown)
depict a series of battles that turned the tide of 
the American Revolutionary War. The impact of these 
battles eventually marked the end of British rule...

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Categories: acclaim, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Very Fine Imagery
I was touring the lovely countryside, once on a golden Saturday,
Lost within the raptures, of languid summertime's scenic display.

And I came into the vicinity, of a beautiful historic old home,
So being curious and interested, inside...

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Categories: acclaim, adventure, fantasy, house, imagery, mirror, places, world,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member L'Assimilation Non Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Assimilation No by T Wignesan
L'Assimilation – Non! Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “Assimilation – No !” by T. Wignesan

Born Kathleen Jean Mary RUSKA on November 3, 1920, in the North Stradbroke Island, off Queensland, she was deemed as an aboriginal...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, anti bullying, child abuse, conflict, freedom, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE GOLDEN PEN
Lightly the rain falls upon the lamp lit streets, the shabbily dressed figure
Walks with an air of uncertainty down the cobbled stone streets, leaning,
On his rickety cane, the elderly gentleman huddles beneath his umbrella Of...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, celebrity, dark, farewell, fear, halloween, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Passion in Black and White - Erotic Verse
POTD 7th Mar 2018

I trust you like the music video clip which enhances the poem

Like dark molten honey caressing her tongue
and soul food for taste buds addicted to caffeine
Coffee has its own excitation
The book has...

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Categories: acclaim, romantic, sensual, sexy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member heaven
catapulted by a magic trampoline I pass the gates of heaven

          no border control


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Categories: acclaim, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Story of Streets
I was a meticulous city planner, like future plans we make for jasmine days,
And I loved beautifying the big city, like blooming parks where nature plays.

I was ever striving to improve the metropolis, proposing plans...

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Categories: acclaim, appreciation, city, fantasy, imagery, nature, places, work,
Form: Couplet
The revered Reverend Martin Luther King Junior
The revered Reverend Martin Luther King Junior

Born January fifteenth nineteen twenty nine
if still alive seven years shy 
attaining age of centenarian
father of civil rights movement,
the revered Martin Luther King Junior 
honored as benevolent demigod figure

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Categories: acclaim, abuse, age, america, angel, appreciation, birthday, black
Form: Free verse
Eccentric kook's reasonable rhyme zigzags
Eccentric kook's reasonable rhyme zigzags

Doggone poet laureate
wannabe his index finger wags
nonverbally naysaying those,
who doubt mine posthumous
fame and fortune, which snags
eternal renown within pantheon
of storied writers such foolhardiness nags
yours truly keeps bad company with hags
unemployed day...

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Categories: acclaim, absence, august, blessing, cool, dream, fate, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One Way Ships - Part 2
Continued from Part 1

Hungary hounds harangue the highlands,
howl at skies and desert islands…
Below, unfettered carbon crows conceal the parting path she chose

Lighthouse lamps and lanterns lolling…
Mute abandoned fleets are calling…
The shallow shadowed portholes vaunt dim...

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Categories: acclaim, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
The Great Writer's Fate, Part I
My name is Bedford Schiller-Smith,
and you’ve probably seen it before
on the book racks in airport shops,
usually just inside the doors.

I’ve made a career of writing,
tech and spy thrillers are my bag,
but if you don’t’ recognize...

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Categories: acclaim, art, celebrity, family, father, father son, sad,
Form: Narrative

In the beginning, the biblical poets had
the creator declare “I am that I am!” 
Later in the text, the biblical poets had the
creator command with authority and grace
“Be still and know that...

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Categories: acclaim, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Be Amazing Be A Poet
Dear New Poet,
Don't you just love modern poetry! So free to be ourselves in so many fun forms. Never mind the sonnet or finding a rhyme for bonnet. Just ideas flowing to express what one...

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Categories: acclaim, dream,
Form: Prose
I'm in charge here 
I am your chieftain.....your Lord and Master                        ...

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Categories: acclaim, inspirationaleducation, may,
Form: Narrative
MANJHI - Favorite Movie

He was a common man...
Common man's feat defeats
Nature's stubborn blockade
The mountain has taken
away his beloved -
Phaguniya - still haunts

He started cutting...
Rocks with his hammer
and chisel all alone
People ignored
his great desire

He made a road
for us...

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Categories: acclaim, dedication, desire, love, tribute,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Lord Wen Chang's Tract-Taoist Inspired Dramatic Monologue, released into Public Domain
The August Sage recounts, 

For the 17 past lives I have been a Scholar Official, I was neither imperious nor inhumane. I saved the distressed, aided the desperate, succored the orphaned and borne insolence with...

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Categories: acclaim, blessing, devotion, forgiveness, religion, religious, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member The Rescue
Children toil with their buckets and spades sculpt castles into the sand

In joy and in innocence they build towers gates draw bridges and moats

Know deep in their hearts that the tides are stronger than fortifications


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Categories: acclaim, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE QUEEN MARY
A floating grand duchess of her time,
Moored and held captive, by chains of elegance.
The great lady, holds her head up high, with prides honor,
Befitting such as her station allows, behold she is the 
Queen Mary,...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, adventure, history, inspirational, international, mystery, travel,
Form: Free verse


Hour after hour, you reign

Generation metamorphose generation

In majesty, you hold sway

Never given to slackness,

Faithfulness is known your ways

Good or vice, due measure you pay

Harboring justice a place to stay

You reign, yes! Our...

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Categories: acclaim, faithgod, god,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Un-revelling Rivalry
Un-revelling Rivalry

Who am I to speak of historical rivalry I cannot contest
all the clever myriad truths conjectures and refutations
about the two masters the two foes with huge presence
when history acclaim appreciation is subjective personal 

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Categories: acclaim, art,
Form: Narrative
The Gift of Too Much
“Get lost, I don’t care,” snarled the young wolf disingenuously
The naïve stripling wanted little more than acclaim
With no knowledge of why it continued--

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Categories: acclaim, angst, character, freedom, social, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 8400 Miles Nonstop
The bar-tailed godwit
caught birddom by surprise
When word got out
just how far this bird flies

A juvenile Limosa lapponica,
satellite tag 2-3-4-6-8-4
flew nonstop from Alaska
to the Tasmanian shore!
13,560 kilometers nonstop,
eleven days and nights
A new world record for
marathon bird...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, bird, flying, world,
Form: Light Verse