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GIANTVILLISM AND CITY OF THE BEAN PEOPLE PART 1
INTRO

A wonderful world it is contemplated Jake as he planted his seed to grow his beanstalk. He knew that this beanstalk would nourish many so he watched it grow. One day he awoke and the...

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Categories: artifact, appreciation, best friend, birth, business, celebration, courage,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member The Mask of Tourmaline
Twice the night had fallen upon a sleepless slumber,
Yet again awoken by winter when the third was three in number.

I sense that a silence doth sneak ‘tween cracks of weathered wood,
Conniving with that which shadows...

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Categories: artifact, anxiety, horror, imagination, mystery, myth, night, psychological,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Mask of Alabaster
Once the night had fallen upon a sleepless slumber,
Whence the winter woke me when the third was three in number.

I sense that a wince doth lurk and wear which wicked gaze,
Of conniving shadows cast between...

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Categories: artifact, anxiety, confusion, deep, dream, education, fantasy, fear,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Fr Time's Endless NewYear Proposal
Dear National Science Foundation--Economics Department:

So,
here's what I want to learn,
or research,
if you will.

Why do we have a Financial Sector,
Business and Industry Sector,
Religious Sector,
Education Sector,
Health Care Sector, 
Food and Nutrition Sector,
Services Industry Sector,
and a Political Sector,
an...

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Categories: artifact, adventure, birth, business, destiny, dream, humor, life,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Original Mask of Alabaster
A wince doth lurk wearing which wicked gaze,
Of conniving cast shadows ‘tween my windowpanes.

Gazing through the window’s diaphanous gelid glass, 
I see a flushing fluorescent misty haze of frothy brass.

It floats aloft the frost of...

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Categories: artifact, addiction, allusion, confusion, dream, evil, horror, night,
Form: Couplet



Hope dangles on a string
just below a marvelous landmark of a metropolis that see's no end to its expansion, lies a stretch of land. curved by many years of our moons control over what covers more then 50% of...

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Categories: artifact, art, beach, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Avatar of Cooperative HealthRights
As we become Avatars of healthier climates
we absorb nutritional empowerment 
preferring more therapeutic cultures.

What is the difference between cultural awareness
and integrative communication,
successfully regenerative-potentiated communication,
healthy dynamic vitally redundant communication,
nutritiously benign reiterating viral communication,
further enculturing communication?

Perhaps LeftBrain's...

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Categories: artifact, anti bullying, appreciation, community, culture, earth, political,
Form: Political Verse
HOW I MET MY MOM
It was a special day in Olympus, 
City of the gods, the lands of the chosen,
The clouds trembled as the mountain shook,
Darkness for a moment, even Zeus couldn't strike his bolts,
And behold light from nowhere.
@Jockwriter

For...

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Categories: artifact, appreciation, beautiful, beauty, birth, blessing, care, celebration,
Form: Free verse
Words of A Dying God, Part II
...It was from an old colleague of mine,
in southern Russian working a new dig,
of Proto Indo-European tribes,
he believed it would be something big.

Wanted me to come out and take a look
at the artifacts they had...

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Categories: artifact, depression, god, life, sad, spiritual, universe, wisdom,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Revitalized
Clocks in the house were all but removed 
I chose utter quietude over malicious ticks and tocks.
Adhering to schedules was reliant on the angles of the sun,
and the sandy family hourglass artifact sitting by the...

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Categories: artifact, introspection, work, world, family, beach, family, me,
Form: Free verse
Bleeding Verses
Break the fire  that burns the soul
Never couple the blood unless it is hot,
The scented motion are fire proof in the oceans
Where the weeds are the king of the grasses.
Days of unholy beast of...

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Categories: artifact, art,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member The Magical Epiphany of an Old Rusted Can
The Magical Epiphany of an Old Rusted Can

whilst out hiking one day in a countryside area
that was quite desolate and remote from any nearby
city, I discovered, amazingly, an Old Rusted Can
that was at least two-liter-sized...

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Categories: artifact, allegory, god, imagery, inspiration, magic, metaphor, symbolism,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member One Valley Oak
The day I died,  a village cried
and tears washed to the river's side

I meant the world, to my survivors
A Valley Oak......yes, that was me...
A stately tree with history
They drew from me a sense of...

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Categories: artifact, history, nature, tree,
Form: Personification
Ancient Battle
I’m endlessly groping, among these ancient ruins,
Trying to dodge, all these hedges and thorny vines strewn.
I am searching for an ancient artifact, only aided by the moon.
The night has now turned into a pensive day,
Yet,...

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Categories: artifact, 11th grade, soldier,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member April Love
We began our late winter do-over
with a dirty ceramic bowl
during a too-much snowstorm.

Well, no,
obviously that's not where this rebirth story begins
but neither is a cream-colored 
and clean
bowl
where this story ends.

Anyway,
I look at Matilda's mac and...

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Categories: artifact, april, caregiving, family, health, parents, snow, spring,
Form: Political Verse
Violin
This violin is so small but carries like the heaviest of weights,
these cascades of shapes and shades are typically a waste,
and their traces are replaced by the weight the levies take,
you brace for the impact...

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Categories: artifact, depression, fear, girl, heartbreak, imagery, love, truth,
Form: Rhyme
My father s blue Grand Maqruis
My father had this car, not very expensive but very fast. It was old, it was squared, it was blue… a Grand Marquis it was. My dad used to wash it whether it rain, snow...

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Categories: artifact, childhood, father, dad, world, blue, dad, father,
Form: ABC
Memory
You called me Memory 
not realizing that is all I want
I couldn't ask for anymore 
than to be a lovely memory in someone's heart
To be remembered is a great responsibility 
I will wear this name...

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Categories: artifact, analogy, art, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Familiar Beat
Come let's dig deep into Mother's  tale.
her border is the immaculate finger of the sky,
Beside this seashore was her flower taken.
under the rippled moon tale of the northern
Sahara, they made her the dummy of...

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Categories: artifact, adventure, africa, allegory, anxiety,
Form: Blank verse
RELATIONSHIP
Have you being in any relationship
At the beginning of every relationship, our lovers goes like
Baby, I love you
Boo, you are a blessing
Bae, you are my greatest assert
Boo, never will I leave you
I know people even...

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Categories: artifact, spoken word,
Form: Blank verse
Matthews latest blank key
Matthew's latest blank key

Impossible mission, nevertheless
I take figurative aim
to craft poem without
experiencing wrathful blame
avoiding explicitly, ignominiously, specifically...
referencing mine heterosexual counterpart
that infamous she,

whom did ruthlessly claim
yours truly as her husband
snatching mine happy
go lucky bachelorhood
two dozen plus...

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Categories: artifact, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction, adventure, dad,
Form: Rhyme
Sojourn
He's in self-isolation keeping company
a rooftop crow reminding him
a wiser authority is still at work!
No sense of distance within four walls
sickroom alien, where dawn comes early
and long night falls.
He's lost track of time, the pilgrim...

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Categories: artifact, analogy, angel,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Older State
Reached the panicle of an older state;
faced body rugged, as stone or slate;
I must reiterate, I am not old, but great;
I'm imparting of an older state;
A family that no longer calls;
An aged person whom new...

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Categories: artifact, allegory, america, black african american, caregiving, dedication,
Form: Bio
the religions that I see
Religion are words
 that have never
 ending meaning,
every word
 is taken and twisted.

Every form
 is taken and
 used for a 
human’s advantage.
Religion must be
 known as beauty 
and haven,
but known
 as force 
and confusion.

Who are...

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© nour ray  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: artifact, allah, creation, education, inspirational, meaningful, religion, truth,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Tell Me Who Do You Say That I Am
oh my Good Lord for Christ’s sake who have you become

a well-known carpenter who suffered on his own cross

put nails in his own coffin a shepherd who lost to his flock

beggar man in rags once...

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Categories: artifact, appreciation,
Form: Free verse