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Premium Member The Penetralia Ruby Queen
Hark and listen well, if those foretoken in the eyes of hungers lust
Trapped in their illusion, trampling the Stars into dust
Forced with the detestation stench by the swamp of absolute disgust
Thy blackest scorpion be accursed,...

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© G. Jay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, allegory, beauty, creation, fantasy, god, inspiration, integrity,
Form: I do not know?

Conflicted or star crossed lovers
Not a day goes by I don't think of you
you have permeated my fortress and walk freely in all its rooms
(examining it's furnishings)
how did I allow you entry without the
usual search scan and seizure ?

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Categories: admittance, inspiration, life, love, metaphor, passion, truth, visionary,
Form: Free verse
Throwing stones at Philosophers
Throwing stones at Philosophers

Critical conscience is not an admittance of ambivalence,
But a philosopher once said:
“You threw a rock at my head Fred!”
A road along a path is but a journey to nowhere,
If your cart is...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, dream, fantasy, humanity, journey, philosophy, scary, time,
Form: I do not know?


My first day of community service at Glen Oaks
Assigned to spend time with a few elderly folks
Spotted an old gentleman staring out into space
Weathered beaten hands and a sun etched face
How are...

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Categories: admittance, war, world war ii,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 50 Words for Poe: Automata

“50 Words for Poe: Automata”

Haunted eyes of an automaton
the monkey grinds his music
outside the Magic Theatre
Harry looks on

"For Madmen Only"

He enters of his own volition.

Boxcars he rolls
Double Sixes! the Macabre Maestro
conducts his orchestra
Hermine still sings


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Categories: admittance, gothic, horror, muse, mystery, poets, psychological, romance,
Form: Free verse

Lessons From Nature
Upon His soul leaving the body it once rested in,
a storm of atramentous clouds formed over the mountain top
that we once stood upon like kings.
Loss caused the quaking thunder
to shake the foundation of my heart,

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Categories: admittance, absence, death, father, god, life, nature, tribute,
Form: Romanticism
Circumstantial Evidence 1
  In hindsight it was a very dark day when this child
was born. It is a terrible thing to say about an
innocent child, but looking back, you will understand
as this story unfolds.

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Categories: admittance, child, murder, mystery,
Form: Free verse
My Public Service Part One
My occupation is supplying individuals with the substance of their worst desire
Most dealers driving force is the desire to increase their wealth, monetary gain
My driving force the result of my own treacherous case of Heroin...

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Categories: admittance, abuse, addiction, desire, jobs, sin, drug,
Form: Prose Poetry
Final Admittance Part 1
Baby you want to be my friend, why is all I can ask,
Do you really believe that is a easy task.
Where do you get off, telling me those lies,
Then saying your sorry for my sobs...

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Categories: admittance, depression, loss, lost loveme, heart, heart, love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Divine Appointment
There lies before me a portrait most captivating and divine.                         ...

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Categories: admittance, color, god, light, stars,
Form: Prose Poetry
Filched Physiognomy Mine
Filched Physiognomy - Mine!

Absolute zero escape
velocity guts dance
sing days (contra and square),
cuz metabolic full abundance
abdominal adipose tissue acceptance
not in accordance

with light as a feather
miss lost acquaintance
the boy within forced admittance
as sure man tanks of fat...

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Categories: admittance, age, anxiety, betrayal, conflict, grief, health, mirror,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Slavery or Exploitation
This poem is not meant to be a speech nor is it written to offend or give anyone blame.
It just a mere observation of how today leaders choose to bring civilasation back into the slave...

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Categories: admittance, abuse, africa, betrayal, black african american, columbus
Form: Free verse
Premium Member It's A Crying Shame
George Washington would never believe it and call it a crying shame. I have observed the prohibition of prayer in public schools. Free speech is not free but is for sale to the highest bidder....

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Categories: admittance, america, god, leadership, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Final Admittance Part 2
I hope your happy and you get what you want,
But I hope my memory will forever haunt.
You know I was special, I coulda been the one,
But you played little games I hope you had fun.

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Categories: admittance, depression, life, loss, lost love, loveheart, heart,
Form: I do not know?
Mo' fun than three ringed circuits
Poof issued from invisible magic dragon,
which nobody dead sea
immediately disrupting electricity
whereat mice elf (Stuart Little), i.e. me,
no particular rhyme nor reason
called Mickey, plus the missus Minnie

found ourselves literally
in the dark, no pleasant thrill
as well adjacent...

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Categories: admittance, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Social Security Electronic Deposit
Social Security Electronic Deposit ruff lee = A Dog Send!

Node out if Trump
     pad hiz way...
this scrivener would
     batten down in skidrow
with the missus,

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Categories: admittance, angst, atheist, care, dark, faith, fear, health,
Form: Metrical Tale
Piece De Resistance Lauded
Pièce De Résistance Lauded...

Ninety years April 9th 1929
after maiden USA début
hoop fully more than a few
remain, a filial connection
I can cultivate and hew

cuz, the ghost o' me late
mother, would be Jew
(red eye with swollen tears),

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Categories: admittance, age, birthday, father son, giving, introspection, old,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
No Room For Gallows Humor
Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain
both beloved affluential cognoscenti,
     (took their life via cerebral hypoxia)
     neither death can one explain

left family and friends to speculate

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Categories: admittance, 10th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade, absence,
Form: Free verse
The Road To Peace- part three
Still only a baby in others eyes, it made it so much harder.
The thought of your torment chased away the chill
And soon I was able to fine fulfillment in a choice few things,
For once none...

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Categories: admittance, angst, daughter, mother, peaceme, me,
Form: Narrative

It seems only yesterday Raven was a child, but she is gone now,
Wandering in unknown mist-shrouded fields with  no flowers gay.
Does she recall...

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Categories: admittance, deathlife, may,
Form: Free verse
I dunno
As the tears well up in her eyes she begins to choke them back,
For she doesn't know why they are building like a flood. If she doesn't hold them 
back she's afraid they may not...

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Categories: admittance, confusion, sad, world, heart, heart, may,
Form: I do not know?
Lessons From My Childhood
‘When I was a child, I acted like a child, thought like a child, played like a child,’
But I am no longer a child. 
Yet, the ways of a child are so beautiful and gentle...

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Categories: admittance, adventure, beauty, parents, perspective, society,
Form: Rhyme
Be Best
Be Best..
What does that mean? This was to be the First Lady's attempt to reduce social media attacks on young kids who utilize social media more than ever these days.

This is however, the opposite of...

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Categories: admittance, 12th grade,
Form: Carpe Diem
Is your name written in the Lamb's Book of Life
Is your name written in the Lamb's Book of Life?
And do you possess the Golden Key unlocking everlasting life?
Have your sins been washed white as snow by the Blood of the Lamb?
Or have you decided...

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Categories: admittance, devotion, jesus, wisdom,
Form: I do not know?
No Vanity Set For This Chap No Way
No Vanity Set For This Chap, No Way
(in praise of immortality)

Modesty an understatement,
when eyes chance
to look askew at looking glass,
mine reflection caught at a glance,
an old man's piercing dart

mirrors my blinkered acquaintance
faint recognition communicates 

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Categories: admittance, age, analogy, change, father, fear, funeral, goodbye,
Form: Dramatic Verse