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Premium Member A Poem For My History Teacher
I wanted to write
 The best slavery poem   ever written—
Perhaps win a Pulitzer or Faulkner. 

I had every intention of conforming 
To the standards 
Of modern verse and composition, 
Lyrics fluidly written, 

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Categories: adjective, assonance, forgiveness, history, holocaust, humanity, memorial, slavery,
Form: Rhyme

Common Cold
It begins, almost always, with a sneeze, 
Which, in some cultures, 
Invites blessings, 
But, in some others, a curse,
As it’s held to be ominous!
Blessing or curse, soon the frequency
And the decibels increase—
Incredibly, irritatingly, inconveniently, and...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, funny, irony, philosophy, psychological, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Words and Poetry
About Bill Posters and Bill Greenwell

Words not to use in poems

In 1993, I (Bill Greenwell) went on a three-day workshop with the poet Peter Sansom, who co-edits The North, and runs the Smith/Doorstop imprint. He’s...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, education, poetry,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Books and Covers
"Books and Covers"

"Books and Covers"

"Covers and Books"

"Stories and Lovers"

"Lovers and Stories"

"Some Time It Took"

"Spinning Wheels Spinning"

"Needles Pricking Thumbs"

"Agatha and Daphne"

"Danvers is Rebecca's Mum"

"Casting Fishing Hooks and Aspersions"

"Bewitching Hour"

"Drinking Potions of Lovespell's Nasturtiums"

"Lost Love Woods" 


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Categories: adjective, mystery, psychological, purple, truth, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Shattering Silence of Falling Leaves

"The Shattering Silence of Falling Leaves"

In Theta waves 
tumbling to 
The Land of Dark Dreams
Trees will capture and save
the falling Princess and Queen
An Bee Cailleach
invisibilia simulacra viro
An Bee Cailleach scries heroes 
incarnate falling in 

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Categories: adjective, dark, daughter, fantasy, journey, light, love, mother,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member 50 Words for Poe: Sibylline

"50 Words for Poe: Sibylline"

Hush your mind

In ancient Persia 
Her sands
drift through your divination hands
Through Her dark mirrors,dethroned now 
Xerxes,you stand before Her naked 
Clairsentient seeps Her ancient wisdom 
Her opium gift to you

Elusive, Her...

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Categories: adjective, birth, dark, death, desire, gothic, psychological, romance,
Form: Free verse
As an attempt, in the most philisophical sense.

A line was drawn in the sand yet filtered;
Through its etched silence within hand...

Amidst twilight with adjective faith will break the mends,

It is my hope that someday we...

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Categories: adjective, adventure, art, depression, faith, family, fear, food,
Form: Free verse
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: adjective, art, celebrity, family, father, father son, sad,
Form: Narrative

Main Entry: relieved Function: adjective Date: 1850: experiencing 
or showing relief especially from anxiety or pent-up emotions 
— re•liev•ed•ly  \-ˈlē-vəd-lē\ adverb Relive One...

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Categories: adjective, fantasy, funny, on writing and words, science
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member You Don't Like Me
you don't like me...and that's ok
you need your comfort zone in tact
and so you keep away
passionately intense people
can make life a little messy
blood bath of emotions
on display
night or day
It's ok

Never thought you had it in...

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Categories: adjective, truth, , literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Naked Truth
Fruitful days are filling up the piles of treasure mesuring the misogyny it shouldn't be a topic of forgery while waiting for break outs throwing correction direction of stereotyping the tipicallity of capabilities in abilities...

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Categories: adjective, absence, africa, art,
Form: Free verse
Fruitful days are filling up the piles of treasure mesuring the misogyny it shouldn't be a topic of forgery while waiting for break outs throwing correction direction of stereotyping the tipicallity of capabilities in abilities...

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Categories: adjective, africa, america, art,
Form: Classicism
lyrics from the left behind



“And I think it's gonna be a long, long time 

'Till touch down brings me round again”  

When I was seven,  

I swung on swing sets  

that were 


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Categories: adjective, abuse, child abuse, divorce,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Now With Increasing Darkness O'erhead
Now With Increasing Darkness O'erhead

Bleating at the rain, the despondent sheep
Their days and nights aching in blinded sleep;
Til masters, their dominated lives take
With true evil, which they never forsake,
For greed and lust demands taking it...

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Categories: adjective, art, betrayal, conflict, dark, evil, humanity, world,
Form: Rhyme
Dancing with the Spirit part 2
The Spirit of the Lord is not mentioned often in the Holy Scriptures 
But if you read the book of Acts you will get the full gospel picture 
Of the power of the Holy Spirit...

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Categories: adjective, dance, faith, god, inspirational, spiritual,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Thorn Pricks
It was not the first time, nor would it be the last, but who's elated about                   ...

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Categories: adjective, fruit,
Form: Narrative
Pieces of Eternity (Seasons Finale)
Maybe it’s unacceptable 
Live a life capable of a true fable 
True friends never end 
But take you back to where it all began 
But hey misery gave us something to believe in 
Stress became...

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Categories: adjective, death, family, friendship, lost love, sad, song-day,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member if I ruled the world
so many unknown variables to consider for such a tasking pursuit

a conditional ‘If’ but what if ‘whether’ reigns in a supreme challenge

conjectures battle refutations and synapses blocked in surrender

as long as suppositions succeeded in their...

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Categories: adjective, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Words Of Wisdom To My Child
You grow so fast, already showing glimpse of awesome creativity
and transform discoveries from the industrious nature of your observations
so squat at my feet and raise your attentive head up high
to be equipped for this compulsory...

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Categories: adjective, blessing, child, education, encouraging, family, father, my
Form: Prose Poetry
                       If I WERE AN ELEPHANT


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Categories: adjective, animal,
Form: Personification
Parts of Speech
In English there are different types of words.
Like articles, prepositions, nouns, adjectives and verbs
They have special functions and they teach
Us to distinguish the various parts of speech.

NOUNS of course are words for "things"
Some we can...

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Categories: adjective, word play,
Form: Light Verse
The bleeding of my eyes cannot
be over emphasis as the a weakness of my heart.
i have been brave thousand times to stop the 
black sky from darken my heart, yet my 
braveness was sold in...

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Categories: adjective, abuse, anger, art,
Form: ABC
out there: the macaw and the hound
somewhere out there

a basset hound lives in the same house as a



the gorgeous tropical bird,

bearing its staggeringly spectacular array of

intensely prepossessing &



dominant in the household as an exotic


whose mere presence in a non-tropical environment


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Categories: adjective, life, bird, bird,
Form: Free verse
Seeking Brunswick Beacon
Seeking Brunswick Beacon

This is our local newspaper for
Brunswick County and Bolivia,
North Carolina. They have been
including poems in their Letters
To The Editor who are a predator
wanting to find new readers and
be the leaders.

God, daily always tried...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Word
In the beginning was the word
Before that, no noun, no thing
Then no sound was ever heard
And no passing bell would ring

So therefore no adjective was needed to describe it or deplore it
No preposition required to...

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Categories: adjective, humor, language, philosophy, words,
Form: Rhyme