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Premium Member The Warlord Wars No More -2
Pay heed to those deeds from whence the heart must confess...
You're far from Rome Proconsul Caesar...
As they say, "All roads lead to Rome" Ariovistus
and all tresspasses are treated as threats of war...
My recent conquest of...

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Categories: antony, history,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



Premium Member God with us
In the Last days of January 2016 father Antony was wondering where he could find a person or persons who would be able to clear the badly overgrown Church garden He had inherited just two...

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Categories: antony, god,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Warlord Wars No More -1
Clemency is a quality that I never understood
until after I crucified the Cilician pirates on Pergamus,
amusing isn't it, that I see mercy where brutality stood,
Death has a heartbeat for all of us,
there's no greater mystery...

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Categories: antony, history,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Mysteries of Human Hairs
Mysteries of Human Hairs
Hairs, O’ hairs, O’ lovely ravishing hairs,
Fascinating and beautiful, you often resemble,
When nicely looked after and  softly taken care of.

Your beauty and elegance has often inspired,
Your softness and shines have captivated...

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Categories: antony, imagination, life, love, mystery, passion, hair, men,
Form: Ode
julius caesar
JULIUS CAESAR
When you start reading
You show your feeling
But not in Julius Caesar 
Whose chapters dip you in eager 
Onto the streets of Rome
Lay a royal home
Caesar's it was
Who was the boss
 He was the king
Bright...

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Categories: antony, adventure, betrayal, death of a friend, emotions,
Form: Epic



Confessions of Inanimate Objects- Part 2
Confessions of a Swirly Straw

The Swirly Straw said to the Clear Cola 
“I don’t mean to pry 
but I’m tired of getting double teamed 
Like some harlot in a trashy movie 
If I wanted so...

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Categories: antony, philosophylife, me,
Form: Free verse
Mysteries of Human Hairs part I of II
Revised in two parts 

Mysteries  of Human Hairs  I of II


Hairs, O’ hairs, O’ lovely ravishing hairs,
Fascinating and beautiful, you often resemble,
When nicely looked after and  softly taken care of.

Hairs O’ hairs...

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Categories: antony, life, love, passion, hair, beauty, beauty, love,
Form: Free verse
we were lovers
we were made from the same pot of gold
bathed in the pool of silence, we learned from each other's woes
i was like the pupil and u was the iris, entwined in time no one could...

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Categories: antony, death, desire, heartbroken, imagination, lost love, love,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Heiroglyphs and Holograms
    

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Categories: antony, creation, image, symbolism,
Form: Footle
Hem of the Garment
Pain, pain and pain, with never a pause,
Could I hear the sound of laughter?
Only around me and everywhere, but –
Never had I the chance to hear my own
Till that day, I heard Him coming!
 
Yelp,...

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Categories: antony, god, jesus, pain, recovery from, religious, woman,
Form: Narrative
Carl Ray
He sat in an old wooden porch swing,
Elbows on knees; Salem Menthol burning down.
Thinking, smoking, Salems his favorite thing.
Fingers colored over time a deep tar brown.

Veteran of a war long ago won,
Toured Europe in a...

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Categories: antony, dad, depression, devotion, family, father son,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Mark Antony and Cleopatra
Dispatched by Mark Antony to fetch his queen
An Egyptian with beauty of world renown
Five-thousand mighty Roman warriors sailed
Committed to driving Egypt’s army down

Cleopatra was basking on a Nile barge
While the fleet remained offshore waiting for...

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Categories: antony, war,
Form: Rhyme
Spring Sensations
Spring Sensations by Antony Norcliffe 13 April 2012

And so on to spring the equinox said
Earths Axis tilts over from black in to red.
Throw forward your clocks and take heed of the soil
Sour Cherries and Gardenia...

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Categories: antony, nature, time, april, time,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Cleopatra
Queen of the Nile and yeah of course beauty
Her father left her a Kingdom's duty
Little motherless daughter, everyone adored her
But her dull child brother bored her

She rocked her look, eyes and hair
A dream black as...

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Categories: antony, betrayal, dedication, encouraging, history, inspiration, love, woman,
Form: Rhyme
PoorPoor Casanova
Poor, Poor Casanova



Once in a time,
 in a place known as Umbria.
Spied dist I, oh grand lake!
Trasimeno ,Trasimeno

Twas said,” oh So many roman soldiers 
were slain here in some long forgotten war.”
Unto the waters sleep...

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Categories: antony, romance,
Form: Ballad
A Roman Tale
A ROMAN TALE
By Roy Merritt

Caesar had seizures but Brutus cut him no slack
And though he claimed he was his friend
He stabbed him in the back
He'd taken over the Senate 
And they thought he was a...

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Categories: antony, betrayal, history, love, passion, silly, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cleopatra and Mark Antony
Cleopatra and Mark Antony
 
Cleopatra fell in love with Mark Antony 
She became ruler of Egypt by Antony's decree.
Forced to flee Egypt, her rumored suicide plan...
She let an asp kill her over the loss of...

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Categories: antony, devotion, history, love, suicide,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

 
Egyptian goddess
impetuous and pompous
Cleopatra’s conquests
at history’s bequests
wielded a propensity
for dramatic intensity

She snared the great Marc Antony
lured him into salacious surreality
of whirlwind amorous insanity
their thirst for world domination
stirred a most legendary seduction
concocted in the heat...

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Categories: antony, games, longing, love, passion, power,
Form: Free verse
Spell of Love
“The lover who reasons is no lover” – Norman Douglas, English writer.


Its spell made Antony to fall in love with Cleopatra, and marry her. Threats from Octavian only made their bond stronger.

Its spell made Tristan...

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Categories: antony, desire, history, life, love, mystery, passion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE - Part IX
IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE : IX

IF you pull a long face
Being born with a long face bytheway
Then you have at worst a problem face
None will know if you're sad or gay

Now if you...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: antony, judgement, racism, satire, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Cleopatra And Her Asp !
Pyramids hued in sand like granite,Egyptian
mummies all wrapped from ages of habits!
In those days were not shotrages in
band-aids,History retells tales of kings
being waited on by servants and hand maids!
Royalty amid tribes of the desert ruled...

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Categories: antony, lost love, love, sea,
Form: I do not know?
River crab,river crab
River crab , river crab,why do you not sleep?

I have opened my eyes to see the big and the small.
The mackerel that only sees the small sprat
And not the big shadow it casts on the...

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Categories: antony, philosophy,
Form: Personification
Premium Member What Am I
Who Art Thou?

Thou carriest me to distant clime, to Egypt in my mind.
I’m Cleopatra, naked. In thy folds, I solace find.
Thou art gentle, like sweet Antony. With body splayed, I lie
Upon thee in a valley,...

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Categories: antony, me, nature,
Form: Personification
Inner Child
Inner child, forever confused?
Puzzled by alcohol misused.
His angry dad when so infused,
Did with hand, belt and bat abused.

Inner child, cruelly accused,
With arms and hips then deeply bruised.
His ‘self’ reduced and made diffused,
Mental pain left talents...

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© Ross Blade  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: antony, abuse, child abuse, forgiveness, freedom, inspiration, success,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member CLEOPATRA AND HER CONFIDENTE


Mythological ruthless Cleopatra
Larger than life in 30 B.C.
Her Achilles’ heel being Mark Antony
His untimely death too much to bear

Solitarily confined in her mausoleum
Desperately recluse with her royal asp 
Her only sanctioned confidente
Sole witness to her...

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Categories: antony, animal, dark, death, grief, heartbroken, suicide, tribute,
Form: Free verse