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Premium Member Matsuo Basho Haiku translations II
Dusk-gliding swallow, 
please spare my small friends
flitting among the flowers! 
—Matsuo Basho translation by Michael R. Burch

A bee emerging
from deep within the peony's hairy recesses
flies off, sated
—Matsuo Basho translation by Michael R. Burch

That dying cricket,...

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Categories: animates, autumn, death, life, seasons, spring, summer, winter,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member Hunting Healthier Times
If life animates predation,
dynamic investments of time grow ego's prey.

When predative life
captures memories of time's investments
we have opportunity to devour and constipated hoard,
and healthier invitations to absorb with love
and cooperatively re-invest.

Predation is to survival competitions

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Categories: animates, earth, health, integrity, language, science, voice, wisdom,
Form: Prose Poetry
simple synchronization x
Weary weapons wearing writhing works wonderfully wreathed wigs...... Oh wow how magnificent the yellow radiance of a piece of straw. Leaning bending learning. Admire nit a wisdom curl if a pitch of ball. Throw away...

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Categories: animates, baseball, bird,
Form: I do not know?
Brian Cox
Brian Cox 
was on television
pointing out that the 

with no beginning
and no end

The bible say's
God existed 
with no beginning

and no end
he said 
the universe 

13.5 million
years ago

perhaps with the big bang theory
the singularity exploding...

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Categories: animates, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Old Friend We Meet Again
When you meet death, smile as if greeting an old friend.
The fear you feel, is the fear that death will not notice how you've changed.
The lessons you've learned, the tears you've cried, the smiles you...

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Categories: animates, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, change, destiny, dream, farewell,
Form: ABC

Premium Member The Rebel No Anima No Animus
Archetypes flash straight from a pack of Tarot cards
anti-terror Jing Jang synthesis with neuro-spiritual precision
implants explosive animation from the deep unknown
like a taro rootstock growing wings to fly with found suspension

Stereotactic stereotypes archetypes semi-circling soothing...

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Categories: animates, men, society, women,
Form: Free verse
Nature, Friend and Foe
Nature, Friend and Foe

Speak out the words to the soft petaled plants, 
that grow wearily in the distant corners
It is there that the scrub jay alights,
squawking and gorging on berries.
This habitat has brought the wildlife...

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Categories: animates, nature,
Form: Verse
My Writings Garments
>>1111>>MY WRITINGS GARMENTS<<1111<<

Wo! Unto the man who stands
And asserts that my writing intends,
To relate only commonplace things,
And secular narratives, 
It’s not even relative,
For if it were so,
You would want to know,
That in the present times,

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© Quincy Mac  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animates, allegory, meaningful, metaphor, mystery, religious, simple, wisdom,
Form: Epic
I am putting out a beacon on the A-M, I Am Legend morning double-dutch
Pepsi cola, paranoia, post-exilic high school drama. Stop.
Is there anybody out there, I’m hoping you can hear me
Break the door, cover down,...

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Categories: animates, slam,
Form: Free verse
A Flame You Lit
                     A Flame You Lit

     			    I hear...

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Categories: animates, inspiration, poetry,
Form: Concrete
After Death
And if after Death decides to blow my candle out
I step up there where clouds sing
And winds laugh
There where rainbows act out powerful dance moves
There where grass grows merely for the sake of love
And dies...

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Categories: animates, death, faith, life, lost, love, love hurts,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TRUE LOVE WAITS - Two Sonnets
Sonnet #1

A cloying scent this unrequited love
sad saccharine denial of its roots
harsh coo – the chortle of a fleeing dove
escaping from the nest of passion’s truths.

The fetid feel of limply touching hand
upon the fevered brow...

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Categories: animates, betrayal, lost love, love, passion,
Form: Sonnet
I can't breathe
I can't breathe
When I see humans defending 
Their meaningless arrogance,
Torturing the vulnerable
With their destructive powers
Merely to be able to appoint themselves
As the supposed winners!

I can't breathe
When I read of animals or even humans
Being killed in...

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Categories: animates, life,
Form: Free verse
Wolf Drinking Water by Moonlight
Never a crescent but opalescent
This globe, suspended and always present
And the Wolf cannot be flesh or bone
In this void in time's dim desert zone

The Wolf drinks water by frozen moonlight
Tween slurps She's panting with all...

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© lana evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animates, adventure, allegory, animals, art, confusion, fantasy, imagination,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member HAIKU MAZE 13

Evening shadows
Old tree aglow;
Windy echoes


Sadness teary
Wet wild night;
Croaking frogs talk


Bills arrive
Punctual as ever;
Month-end poise


Happy face
Frolic plays;
Playground tease


Last words
Hard copy left;
Soundless grief


Last midday meal
Nap time sleep;
Gone in a breeze


Word draft awkward
Craft unfinished;
Writer's block


Dream flash point
Forgotten fragment;

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Categories: animates, beauty,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Squire Squab
I suppose that nearly every town has its share of self-appointed snobs,
A few old crabs and the usual crowd of ordinary Bills, Jills and Bobs.
In our fair village there's a character whose name is "Squire"...

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Categories: animates, funnyprayer,
Form: Rhyme

Our friends, Animals, 
Your name from the Greek word
“Anemos” comes,
That  Anaximenes, the wise of old, 
The divine wind, that sustains the
Universe, named,
Which with every breath, the lugs of 
Living beings fills 

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Categories: animates, animal, dedication, love, endurance, universe,
Form: Epigram
The Long March Home
A sudden awakening,
An urgent hand shaking my shoulder,
Through weary eyes I see the valley blackening,
Their steady thunderous march animates river and boulder,
Allowing only a moment's reprieve in the timid morning light,
Somber clouds and solemn faces,

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Categories: animates, dad, daughter, death of a friend, deep,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Plain Truth Of Christmas

HARK, a majestic consequence substantiates itself, bribes throughout a period that steads neath overcast skies,
Such being the case, should time regress and place innovates, blinded would Three ascertain where the Bethlehem Star be,
Example be the...

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Categories: animates, symbolism, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Depths of Black and White

What the eye can see
                        or heart can feel,
we fondle nerves of...

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Categories: animates, appreciation, art, dark, light,
Form: Verse
Imagination generates a poetic urge, an unusual unrest.
It roams the green luminescence of a vibrant rainforest,
Drifts away with shining constellations of starry night
And lets eternity of darkness die with colourful insight.

Imagination dives in dreadful darkness...

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© Osman Gani  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animates, imagination, nature, on work and working,
Form: Imagism
Right of evil
Behind old church
Just couple of minutes of march 
 Beyond the back stairs that lead to the church
Sometimes looking up at the rainbow of time forming an arch

Between where the church and the castle stands...

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Categories: animates, anger, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Late Comer

Spent and Battle Weary,
the exhausted figure trudges the well worn path 
like the to-ings and fro-ings of some relentless seaside donkey. 
Utterly defeated,she resumes her rhythmic rocking, almost robotic in its ministry.
No welcome here for...

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Categories: animates, allegory, daughter, devotion, forgiveness, love, mother,
Form: Prose Poetry
Storm personified
Lightning’s silver bullet,
Rips the hollow clouds to ribbons.

Cold September’s rain,
Soaks the steaming skin,

And calms the beating monster,
that punches through today

Like a plane crashing to ground.

Sitting on the balcony,
The clouds’ tears,
Bursting on the stone to my...

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Categories: animates, allegory, silver,
Form: Blank verse
My Universe
In the golden breeze that whispers from the warmest climes,
Sweet balm and light bestowed upon my brow,
The tender touch of you through still or restless times,
Burns with passion of the past and here and now.


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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animates, life, love, passion, heart, heart, universe,
Form: Verse