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Premium Member reply from the nonexistent
please tell me ...

what happened?
what dire damage have i wrought?
what did i do to ruin it, that friendship, rare?
you once knew me better than most ...

my darkness didn't frighten you, didn't rattle,
you sighted those demons...

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Categories: achingly, friendship, loss, memory, missing, missing you, teenage,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member Home Again
      I am home ...

Oh, my heart ...
        pray, hush its cadence ...
          ...

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Categories: achingly, heart, loneliness, lost love, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Payment, Past
"Listen to the wind, it talks. Listen to the silence, it speaks. Listen to your heart, it knows." - Native American Proverb

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Categories: achingly, adventure, age, analogy, time, travel, true love,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Payment, Past
He stood upon a mountain, attending to her heart,
          For surely such a hallowed sound would be
         ...

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Categories: achingly, journey, longing, love, soulmate, time, true love,
Form: Epic
LoVe HuRtS
Love could be pure beauty... Love could be a temporary high with an awful hangover...I can't deny that I loved you to the extreme - that changed so suddenly 
Opting out on love affairs, I...

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Categories: achingly, addiction, deep, grief, heart, lost love, love,
Form: Acrostic



Premium Member Changing Systems
I'm reading this book called
"Systems Thinking for Social Change"
by David Stroh.

Although this is not his paradigm of systemic choice,
He talks about WinWin strategizing
for optimal outcomes
Rather than WinLose compromises
for suboptimal conservation
of the miserably under-performing status quo.

Future:
A....

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Categories: achingly, change, earth, health, peace, race, usa, violence,
Form: Political Verse
Battlefield Of Love's Torment
Achingly, I watch as you frequently fall
For the idyllic notion of unconditional love
The dream, the desire, the fantasy
Drawn, inexplicably, to the potent flame
Of one who ignites the spark
You learn from her, confide in her
Losing yourself
As...

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Categories: achingly, longing, lost, love, sad,
Form: Free verse
About a girl
The problem is her lips.
They don't form smiles any more than waves decide of their own accord 
to lift themselves up off of the ocean's surface.
And if lips are meant to be drowsy shutters
then hers...

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Categories: achingly, love, universe,
Form: Free verse
Daddy and Jasmine
Daddy: I tried to throw aside childish ways. But to no avail.  I was already in jail the day you 
came into this world.  When I first saw the tiny little girl. ...

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Categories: achingly, daughter, father, loss, love, nostalgiafather, school, father,
Form: Free verse
Pathogen Given Provision
Ocean girdled nation had prospect for absolute containment
Overseas observers, in distant comfort, complacent 
Wuhan origin arrivals sparked a catastrophic failure
Leaving lock down 25th January, flying into Australia 
Similar instances followed, action came agonisingly belated

Contamination suppression...

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Categories: achingly, age, confusion, death, endurance, hurt, memory, political,
Form: Rhyme
IF ONLY I COULD CATCH THE SUN, ever so softly

I try to ignore the squirming Hyde within 
And, with effort still,
I raise myself for the last traces 
of sunshine and fun.
What was left of the day, I savor for me. 
As the withering leaves of silence
have perfected...

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Categories: achingly, children, depression, emotions, environment, flower, fun, garden,
Form: Free verse
Rumpelstiltskin rebranded as outre designer couture
the daughter of a miller abducted, exiled, held 
locked as prisoner didst bawl
achingly, effusively, indubitably murmured plaintively 
quite riotously didst call
out for help, when stalked with facing john deere reaper 
with nary a blues clue...

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Categories: achingly, abuse, allegory, anger, art, daughter, fate, freedom,
Form: Imagism
Meander
A Renga for Poetry Soup:


Meander

Time and the river
Endless silver morning
Autumn leaves float by

Shimmering streaming mountains
Pines swaying in constant winds

Morning mirror
Another gray hair
Ah! the wind of time

Spring's last daffodil
Plucked for a dinner paty

Diamond blue fragments
Reflecting off...

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© Jim Wilson  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: achingly, lifeold, winter, sound, autumn, old, sound, winter,
Form: Verse
Repeat
This is a collaboration I had been working on with a friend a while back. We might change the title. Her name is Rebecca Larkin. She started the poem with the first line and from...

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Categories: achingly, absence, abuse, addiction, adventure, analogy, anger, angst,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Celtic Cross at Ile Grosse
The Celtic Cross at Ile Grosse
by Michael R. Burch

“I actually visited the island and walked across those mass graves of 30, 000 Irish men, women and children, and I played a little tune on me...

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Categories: achingly, christian, courage, death, faith, family, immigration, ireland,
Form: Free verse
Throw-Away Child
The Throw-Away Child

Heaven above shine down on us
We need your light to guide
Our days as we make our way
Through times of testing, times of trial
In hours of need, years of pain
As we witness the Throw-Away...

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Categories: achingly, faith, hope, introspection, lifeheart, children, heart,
Form: Free verse
Pain And Somnambulism
Pain is a solitary shaft of sunlight
piercing the fathomless depths of a wishing well,
reflected off the tin-can shards in dark prismatic waters,
refracted spears of realisation and the blinding truth they tell.
Looking backwards with somnambulistic vision
I...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: achingly, introspection, life, loss, teen, time, time,
Form: Blank verse
Sarah Hill
this spine tingling reaction that flushed testosterone from heads to toe
sketched out sometime from ~july or august 2012
and triggered a chain reaction
of wishful desires in overdrive seeing this aesthetically pleasing gal
in the summer of her...

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Categories: achingly, appreciation, blessing, family, integrity, me, mentor, my
Form: Free verse
on change
on change

in that quiet place, faint
amongst the soft chatter,
the drizzle of little things hanging,
or the operations of daily dispute;
i’ve dipped down into the trough of self,
indulged in uninterrupted reverie,
as hallucinogen and spirit slow dance, 
or...

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Categories: achingly, age, august, change, creation, fate, freedom, identity,
Form: Free verse
Beloved Contrast
I am placed along the line of your existence
seeking for the stray reflection of my shattered heart.
Your laughter consumes my sighs,
like a whirl full of ebullience.
My lament covers the dulcet sound of your breath,
resembling a...

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Categories: achingly, allegory, divorce, loneliness, love,
Form: Free verse
Melancholy - She Lives
Melancholy, like a tipping light
Receives its glory within the spite
An hour of unrest bringing with it art
The wind blowing perils while seas do part
Like ransomed thought trimmed off the track
The gloomy, murky night does snack
Upon...

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Categories: achingly, art, beautiful, beauty, confusion, dark, death, depression,
Form: Rhyme
Passionately Waiting
Can you imagine a garden without flowers
A sky without clouds
A winter without rain,
A summer without sunshine?

Can you imagine living without breathing
Can you imagine a heart that is not beating?
Can you imagine a body without a...

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© MiAiM K.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: achingly, love, passion, me, heart, heart, me,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Say 'I Apologize' And Mean It
Whenever you slight someone, 
     sincerely say "I apologize"
          You said something bad or untrue
       ...

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Categories: achingly, encouraging, perspective, truth,
Form: Free verse
Impending Night
The impending night has fallen upon us
It woke with much persistence
Our hearts fled from its rage like a doe from a rifle
But the blast had already been made. . .

People fall like rain
The clouds are...

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Categories: achingly, angst, confusion, dark, fear, girl, holocaust, hope,
Form: Free verse
For What You May Have Done
For every wonder free inside your mind
And every dark thought of miscontent.
For every disappointment in your soul
And your memories of a life’s intent.

For every desolate night you feel alone
And every mistake, that you have mourned.
For...

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Categories: achingly, depression, introspection, sadtime, time,
Form: Iambic Pentameter