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Premium Member The Forgotten holidays
The Forgotten holidays

Written or in this case typed…
correctly; “The” as it was at the beginning correct. 
“Forgotten” as it was naming not the action but the lost.
(holidays) No capital as they are thought to be...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addressee, celebration, chanukah, christmas, easter, graduation, presidents day,
Form: Narrative



The Younger Me
I'm searching for the younger me,
Together we'll survive.
The person that I used to be
Has ruined all my life.

I wish she helped me understand
What's hidden in the lies,
What demon forced her to pretend
And play a lover...

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Categories: addressee, emotions, feelings, introspection, life, nostalgia, sad, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lima, Peru
Lima has a pulse
arterial and venous it flows…
	all the colors of the rainbow glow
in the mist of Pacific sea's
hectic days and disco nights
	 beat into the sand at the ocean's lea.

Lima's life flows 
from Palacio...

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Categories: addressee, dedication, life,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Come On
I am lying beneath the Christmas tree,
And am a most intriguing shape,
Beneath two layers of vermillion crepe;
I imagine you are looking at me,
Wondering to yourself what I can be,
And longing to cut my intricate tape,
See...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addressee, christmas, dad, day, me, tree,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Premium Member Pencils, Pens, Crayons, And Markers
Pencils, pens, crayons, and markers
Makes me
An artist of the highest degree.
I can make the neatest tree
With a bird family using it as a new addressee.  
 It will have all sorts of flowers around...

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Categories: addressee, adventure, appreciation, art, beauty, inspiration, love, mother
Form: Rhyme



I'm last years Valentine
Eyes dead to the world
Emotions switched to off
A flame that once burned bright
Burned down and out

Love given does not equal received
Emotions  returned addressee unknown 
You are just someone in a crowd
Literally just one in...

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Categories: addressee, love hurts,
Form: Free verse