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Premium Member The Whore and the Sea part 1
The moon was neither full, nor was it not
She shone down radiant lighting the misty ole night
The waves lapped the shore
As a gentle breeze streaked my face
Alone by the sea, clouds, the moon and me


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Categories: admissions, allegory, angel, french, imagination, universe,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member An Offer to Entertain -- 1995
“Wha’da-ya’ s’pose he’s thinkin’ about,” I heard a nurse inquire, “he sits there almost every day just gazin’ at the pond?”
“Hard to say,” a laundry gal replied, “but chances are...if you could, somehow, read his...

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Categories: admissions, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Verse
Ha HA ha super soldiers
15 years, 20 jobs
11 ambulance rides
15 people died
moved 20 times
countless admissions to a hospital
the right to my own person overlooked

4 murders
2 suicides
the police and psychiatrists covering their tracks
lengthy period of punishment
look it up in the...

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Categories: admissions, sports, uplifting, visionary, warfuneral, war, blue, funeral,
Form: Free verse
Bidding for Brands
Boohoo is bidding for Boo-Boo
But Yogi’s not seeking a deal,
He’s scanning the park for a picnic
Looking forward to his evening meal.

Warner Brothers deny their involvement
So investors are kept in the dark,
But rumours are spreading ’round...

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Categories: admissions, angst, bullying, business, clothes, emotions, nonsense, rights,
Form: Rhyme
His hands traveled over my body
Like a blind man learning the lay of the land of my bodied brail world
His breath,
SO intoxicating.........brings forth springs of truth
Disconnected words, but admissions of truth.
Like... I. ummmmm.. just. Not...

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© laura Hew  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admissions, art, introspection, liferomantic, happy, happy, me, romantic,
Form: I do not know?

Fairytale Love
Fairytale Love

This is a story of young love to the old.
Best friends we were at a delicate young age,
Remained that way, until turning of life's page.
Now comes the time for our tale to be told....

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Categories: admissions, love, romance, love, may, me, time,
Form: Narrative
How Delightfully Tyrannical
A man came here to speak today,
students did not like him at all,
egged of by professors, quite enraged,
with no decency at all.
They claim we should ‘hear all sides,’
but when this man dared to speak,
they rioted...

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Categories: admissions, america, discrimination, evil, faith, freedom, political, society,
Form: Rhyme
Another twilight that time just before the comming of a new dawn
to early to start to late for the night it's already gone.
   Back into my past and all it's regrets and what...

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Categories: admissions, life, love, mystery, people, time, time,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Words
Soft, sweet words lay dormant
Awaiting that special moment
When I can pull them out of their closet
Press them with the heated iron
And lie them in a row, like pearls
Connected only by a chain of sterling
Silver, organizing...

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Categories: admissions, fantasy, imagination, poetry, poets, word play, write,
Form: Free verse
C2 Official Oz Omission

Crimson robed closed eyes
in the Holy See
	that don’t say

Upper chamber veiled deceit — 
A wizard wand wave
in the Sistine Chapel cache cave

Young boys’ virgin olive oil innocence
sacrificed on the sunken altar

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Categories: admissions, child abuse, dark, spiritual, truth,
Form: Epic
*S* Spectacular smiles worn by the teachers.
*P* Powerful and poetic to flaunt their features. (Actually character traits)
*E* Engraved-in-anger for unnecessary arrangement. (Extra/absentee periods)
*C* Courageous smiles on super management.
*T* Tight-lipped smile is just for fun.
*A* n...

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Categories: admissions, devotion, emotions, teacher,
Form: Acrostic
Visions Of My Past
Your past life always haunts you in some way in your future,

Whether you're a small time drug dealer or a born again shooter,

Every once in a while I get a drug dealers dream,

I get caught,...

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Categories: admissions, artme, me, drug,
Form: Light Verse
No mark
I leave no mark
There's nothing to erase
My voice doesn't echo
My words leave no trace
Sometimes I feel alone
It doesn't really matter though 
cause no one notices
She's too busy being smart
He's too busy being playing his part

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Categories: admissions, life,
Form: Free verse
A signature a day keeps the worries away
Without a signature, there would be so much delay
Banks are run, brokers have fun,
Work gets done on a signature
Votes are won, Rivals become one.
Responsibilities are shunned on a...

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Categories: admissions, life, on writing and words, may, ,
Form: Blank verse
My Admissions
Escalated had it, through mere words
An argument with a drunk, leaving none sober
Avoidance I practiced, consequential to unity
A day of togetherness, spent alone
My desire to leave, superseding my will to stay. 

You were right, I...

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Categories: admissions, care, christmas, conflict, december, love, pain, sorrow,
Form: I do not know?
My Word, Absurd
I'm born again, Christian
have you not been listening
to my sincere admissions
every since I was a kitten

Ha, my kitchen
is too hot for Hell
keep on constructing 
my own prison, might as well
and then I shall escape it

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© Bj Fard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admissions, passion, religion, slam, song-
Form: Free verse
Premium Member All Wonders Are Free, No Admissions Price
All Wonders Are Free, No Admissions Price

Lord grant me, days in Nature's rainbow hues
Walking among wildlife, searching for clues
Thankful for these very fine hiking shoes
In splendor of morn's new risen sun
This peaceful, calming walk will...

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Categories: admissions, art, beauty, bird, blessing, nature, philosophy, tree,
Form: Sonnet
Those well coheres conditions; and acts without restrictions
they're all without admissions; like disease without remission.
   Walking all alone; his intentions never known
   he seems doomed to be alone; in this world...

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Categories: admissions, imaginationlove, may,
Form: Rhyme
Crumb Unique
At the birth of every male child,
At his hair-cutting event styled,
At first birth-celebrations wild;
At his sister's ear-ring pomp, mild,
At school when their admissions filed,
Blasts the crumb, whole soul forces, piled...!

When enjoying a silent sleep, 

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Categories: admissions, pollution, sound,
Form: Rhyme
Rose-Red Delusional Grandeur
poetically fractured retractions
   gnashing night prayers, 
scribbling braille,
     written sideways
 dipped in holy water's resolution,
compromising statements
     of disbelief's proclamation
spinning music the color

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© Paloma P   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admissions, allegory, dance, metaphor, muse, poetry,
Form: Burlesque
contemptuous concern
                     CONTEMPTUOUS CONCERN
I’ve never held such contempt for a woman I love so much

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Categories: admissions, angstheart, woman, day, heart, love, may, me,
Form: Quintain (English)
CONtempTUouS ConCErn
                     CONTEMPTUOUS CONCERN
I’ve never held such contempt for a woman I love so much

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Categories: admissions, cowboy-western, heart, woman, day, heart, love, may,
Form: Quatrain
Dancing off center staged delusions
Poetically fractured retractions
   gnashing night prayers, 
scribbling braille,
     written sideways
 dipped amid holy water retention,
compromising statements
     of disbelief's proclamation
spinning music the color

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© Paloma P   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admissions, hyperbole, imagery, imagination, metaphor, poetry, psychological, religion,
Form: Free verse
Alluring Creatures
 across this, the living walk
 on this day’s colourless rainbows
 all life thus returning, to this faux solace
 falling for eternity in the darkest night's skies
 as wind’s waves scream, over one’s possessions

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Categories: admissions, analogy, betrayal, culture, deep, imagery, introspection,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Admissions of a Sloth
I like to exercise my mind, but how I hate to work.
Whatever needs exertion is the action that I shirk.
Labor with the brain is fine.  I do it all the time.
How I love to...

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Categories: admissions, funny, workme,
Form: Quatrain