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Premium Member 4th Generation Soda Jerk -- BOTH Audio and Text
This is one excited kid and one PROUD father...



I took my son to the lumberyard last Tuesday afternoon. The day itself, though toasty, was the best in quite some time.
And when we’d finished shopping -...

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Categories: aisle, father son, relationship, youth,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member Likeness ssenekiL: Part 1
*Image of Many Meanings by KWC.

Likeness ssenekiL: Part 1

(HOMONYMS: Homophones & Homographs)

He'll heal his heel.
They sow so they sew.
His aide aid with an ade.
You saw a ewe eat a yew.
I ate on the ait eight...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, word play,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member A Most Courageous American President for the Ages
A Most Courageous American President for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate for me to take a moment to
share some of my reflections on the life and distinguished public
service of the late 41st...

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Categories: aisle, america, celebration, character, inspiration, patriotic, political, tribute,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member King Cyrus The Great
CYRUS II - THE GREAT

So; here comes the story of that, King Cyrus the Great 
Whose history for some of us; is still well up for debate

But; it’s such a darn good story, it well...

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Categories: aisle, history, leadership, literature, word play,
Form: Epic
A Glimpse In A Life
A Glimpse In A Life
By James Hackett Jr


Grasping Sand
The harder i try to reach you, the gap seems to expand.
Its like grasping at sand the harder I squeeze the more slips through.
I do not know...

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Categories: aisle, beauty, betrayal, conflict, death, family, growth, inspiration,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Gossip On the Bus
‘Bout 8:15 this morning, on the bus that I was riding, I overheard a woman tell some gal it seemed she knew,
Her pastor - reverend Bishop - and a “tacky looking woman” we’re spotted leaving...

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Categories: aisle, funny, humor,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The reading of Villon poems at West Berlin's Free University during the 1957-58 Winter Semester
The reading of Villon poems at West Berlin’s Free University, Winter Semester 1957-58
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, inspirational, passion, poetry, poets, remembrance day, surreal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Job - part 2
On the plane I meditated or at least I tried to.  Most of the time I get a seat to myself.  These days it’s just a ****ing Greyhound in the sky.  I...

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Categories: aisle, death, desire, first love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The ParaTOTALLYNormal
The problem with trying to prove clairaudience, clairsentince, out-of-body, and Near Death Experiences to a Mudblood is not as simple
as it could have been.
Is it because Para-science is totally unsubstantiated?
Not in MY family.
Scientifically un-sound?
Sure, by...

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Categories: aisle, adventure, cute, emotions, encouraging, fantasy, feelings, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UnWoven Memories
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear pants,
yet with a surprising matriarchal cooperative understory.

The boxers outnumbered the...

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Categories: aisle, culture, family, farm, happiness, health, political, usa,
Form: Prose Poetry
My fifty years in a nut shell
I was born fifty years ago on April 10th 1964
Looking back through the years I began to explore

My mama said when it was time for me to be born
I decided to come early and fast...

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Categories: aisle, family, life, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Canned 'STINK' - State of the Art for Crowd Control
                 Canned ‘STINK’ - State of the Art for Crowd Control
        ...

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Categories: aisle, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In a Quandary
I am so upset with anyone who has anything to do with Washington, the President and the swamp. The following is a compilation of my concerns. You don't have to read them, and if you...

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Categories: aisle, america, anger, conflict, feelings, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FOOLED FOREVER FOOLED
My man’s veiled message unclear
I’ve dallied for four long years
Sis, have I ever been
Fooled!
Turns on the charm on a whim
Parades what you saw in him
Just a tad so you are
Fooled
There’s not a ring
not a vow
no...

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Categories: aisle, song,
Form: Lyric
Tell Me What You Hear
I have been listening to the different sounds around
The town and they can tell you where you are bound
I have been listening to the sounds around the town
And they make me want to frown,
 good...

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Categories: aisle, age, appreciation, birthday, celebration, community, confidence, devotion,
Form: Narrative
Just Passing Through
Bang! Bang! Bang! 
The sound of gun shots echoing in the air
Shattering windows and, smashing glasses 
Sending people pouring out in the street
Gun shots penetrating the clouds 
With a message that is very loud

People are...

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Categories: aisle, business, change, city, death, deep, destiny, emotions,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Great InterFaith Revolutions
Executive Summary:
To optimize Great Faith Revolutions,
combine all toxic ingredients 
of Make America Great Again,
and then feel
then hear
then do
then say
then cooperatively touch
then develop a compassionate taste
for just the opposite
fundamentally regenerative erection
election
direction
selection.

Thesis and AntiThesis:
I suppose we might...

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Categories: aisle, faith, gospel, health, integrity, political, power, religion,
Form: Political Verse
THE WOMAN I LOVE
1st year(In university)
I was sitting in the lecture room, looking at that girl sitting next to me. She was my ‘best friend’. She had nice hair, humble and was very beautiful. I wish I could...

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© Don Bukana  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, absence, adventure, africa, angel, anniversary, august,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Paybacks Are Hell - BOTH Audio and Text
Kirby Kirby’s sister’s brother’s cat bit Bill Belushi’s 45 lb. Yorkie on the *** last Tuesday night,
And I’m a real big fan of dogs so…when it comes to felines…bitin’ canines ANYWHERE, well...I don’t think it’s...

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Categories: aisle, hilarious, humor,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A True American Hero for the Ages
A True American Hero for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate to take a moment to
reflect on the life and public service of the late U.S. senator,
retired U.S. naval officer and aviator, and...

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Categories: aisle, america, celebration, character, inspiration, patriotic, political, tribute,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Mama's MasonJar Theology
My mother-in-law
drinks her morning gin
out of a pint-size Mason jar,
and self-righteously prides herself
for not wasting water by adding any in
and for not pouring or drinking
before her biscuit and red-gravy breakfast,
usually about eight a.m.
now that she's...

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Categories: aisle, christian, creation, health, humor, mother son, racism,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Shoplifters - BOTH Audio and Text
Just a couple months ago, while heading home from work, I stopped to grab some basics at a small-town grocery store. 
I’d only just begun to wander through the crowded aisles to find the few...

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Categories: aisle, forgiveness, uplifting,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Got Me on the Edge known-DEEP HITS TOUR 2020
Got Me on the Edge known
It was the evening of March 5th on a Thursday pre evening I left my job and just approximately two blocks away at the Baxter Arena convention hall it was...

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Categories: aisle, analogy, appreciation, celebration, community, engagement, inspirational, meaningful,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member GOT ME ON THE EDGE-KNOWN A TOBY MAC CONCERT 2020
Got Me on the Edge known
It was the evening of March 5th on a Thursday pre evening I left my job and just approximately two blocks away at the Baxter Arena convention hall it was...

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Categories: aisle, analogy, culture, engagement, environment, inspirational,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Dear Laura
Dear Laura…

I have an inclination that when you read this down the road you will have lived a long healthy and happy life. These things I pray for you.

I pray for guidance when your daughter...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, blessing, life, universe,
Form: Verse