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Long Assonance Poems

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by Michael R. Burch

How can I write and not be true
to the rhythm that wells within?
How can the ocean not be blue,
not buck with the clapboard slap of tide,
the clockwork shock of wave on rock,

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Categories: assonance, extended metaphor, language, metaphor, music, poetry,
Form: Verse

Premium Member A Poem For My History Teacher
I wanted to write
 The best slavery poem   ever written—
Perhaps win a Pulitzer or Faulkner. 

I had every intention of conforming 
To the standards 
Of modern verse and composition, 
Lyrics fluidly written, 

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Categories: assonance, forgiveness, history, holocaust, humanity, memorial, slavery,
Form: Rhyme
Identity Apples
Identity Apples

iam a fat skeleton, resurrecting 
from the sad memories of dada 
and dark mysteries of aminism 
iam buganda 
i bleed hope 
i drip the honey of fortune 
makerere, think tank of africa 
i dance...

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Categories: africa, analogy, anxiety, assonance, bangla, bereavement,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Celena, Brave Celena- Part 1
From Judges 11.
Pronunciation: Seh-LAY-nah

His brothers cast the young man out, the child of an harlot;
He fled away to distant Tob before they found an outlet
For anger, more than what they'd done, to fully disinherit
And drive...

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Categories: assonance, bible, christian, dance, goodbye,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Professor Yangyinstein's Agenda
The Professor's campaign
although stealthily benign
still co-arose fair hecklers.

How can you reassure me
that our vulnerable children
will not hate me
and you
for stealing from all Earth's tribal presence,
and any possibility of healthy future?

While Yangyinstein stood stunned
with wonder
about all...

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Categories: assonance, beauty, culture, math, political, religion, science, society,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Young Brilliant Poet That Left Us Far, Far Too Soon Second Poet In Dedication Series
Percy Bysshe Shelley,  Born 4 August 1792
Horsham, Sussex, England[1]
Died , 8 July 1822 (aged 29)
Gulf of La Spezia, Kingdom of Sardinia (now Italy)
Occupation	Poet, dramatist, essayist, novelist
Alma mater	University College, Oxford (no degree)
Literary movement	Romanticism
Spouse	Harriet Westbrook
(m. 1811;...

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Categories: appreciation, art, assonance, beautiful, blessing, encouraging, poets,
Form: Rhyme
The day was fine and sunlit,
Decorated by several clouds 
drifting aimlessly in the radiant ocean-blue sky.
Chorused by gentle puffs of the morning breeze,
Sending leaves on the streets twirling like
ballerinas in a dazzling and mesmerising dance.

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© Jamie Pan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: assonance, courage, fear, metaphor, natural disasters, school, ,
Form: Imagism
An Open Relationship
Social settings have stigma attached to this. 
Atmospherically climactic negative correlations sustain society. 
Civilized individuals are naturally monogamous; serially… 
On the other hand gender segregated facility.

Men and woman,
Penis and vagina,
Birds and bees,
Conditions and stipulations…

A rule...

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Categories: assonance, relationship, social, society, together, trust, truth,
Form: Didactic
Choose unironically ripping off a film to be ironic
Choose now because then will never be enough
Choose puff puff puff puff puff pass because you’ll never have enough
Choose feeling guilty in the morning because it’s better...

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Categories: assonance, addiction, anxiety, depression, drug, happiness, political, youth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Celena, Brave Celena- Part 2
Their rending cries, when all is still, reecho in the moonlight;
They lie about in fitful slumber on the ground at noonlight,
Their virgin hair spread in the dust; for nothing really matters:
Who then will see their...

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Categories: assonance, bible, courage, daughter, farewell,
Form: Narrative
Love Me
Love me and come close to me
Love me and dine with me
Love me and dance with me
Love me and sing with me
It is such a wonderful feeling to wake up this morning
To wake up with...

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Categories: assonance, beautiful, best friend, blessing, crush, desire,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What Is My Name My Name Is Child of God
Test many people are unaware this
 relishing the thought
 Many things have been purchased and bought
 what is a human a thing
 Unless my color is my being
Been birth and born
Shackled dragged and torn
Been a...

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Categories: america, analogy, anxiety, assonance, discrimination,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Such Wonders Are Breathtaking To Behold
Such Wonders Are Breathtaking To Behold


The morning dew on red rose does glisten
As early dawning sun beams brightly down
Such beauty, bees decorate that soft gown
As Nature's music plays, creatures...

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Categories: assonance, art, beautiful, imagery, inspiration, men, nature, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Lamentations 1
How deserted lies the city, once so full of people!
How like a widow is she, who once was great among the nations!
She who was queen among the provinces, has now become a slave.
Bitterly she weeps...

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© Chui Munga  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, anger, anxiety, assonance, betrayal, bullying, butterfly,
Form: Free verse
The Things That I Do






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Categories: age, america, analogy, angst, animal, appreciation, assonance,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member My Heart's In the Write Place
Dear promising poet,

for me, modern poetry provides a peek into a poet’s inner world. Through this artistic medium, a poet speaks in expressive language of imagery and metaphor conveying varied textures of emotions and observations...

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Categories: assonance, encouraging, poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Prose
The Beginding
(Door bell rings)

 — The damn dog barks and a voice is heard. Arms stretch, forming a letter Y. A head shakes. Dimples become this smooth cheek; lips form a letter O... Exhaled respiration sighs; the break of...

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Categories: adventure, allusion, analogy, animal, appreciation, art, assonance,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Five Secrets
The Five Secrets"

?????? I had this amazing dream .....

I had this dream. I dreamt I was in this room and there were bookcases from floor to ceiling on all four walls, with no windows. The...

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Categories: anxiety, assonance, dream, old,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member New Time Same Problem Still Prejudice

I am colored by my skin type is...
Dark brown I am black
If the color of my skin offends you, then
Just close your, eyes close your eyes;
Be surprised everything in the...

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Categories: anger, angst, anxiety, assonance, discrimination,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member To Gregory Pardlo, Pulitzer Prize Winner
As soon as I heard 
You were the First African American Male
To win the Pulitzer prize for Poetry
I wanted to run out and celebrate
I wanted to wake up Hughes and Dunbar
And Baraka and say we...

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Categories: assonance, black african american, books, muse, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bigger Than You Think
Bigger than YOU Think

The internet, 
is large... indeed. 
It starts here and never ends. 
It just starts over somewhere else. 

In the beginning AOL, 
time spent waiting to connect. 
Now we sail across the sea,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addiction, allah, america, angel, appreciation, assonance, august,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Theories For the Way Some Understand
I have a theory Gislane Maxwell was jailed
Another theory she worked with and for Epstien
One more theory andrew windsor is served trial Doc's
Another theory 56 million was the pre pandemic death rate
A theory there was...

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Categories: addiction, analogy, assonance,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Well-Known Stranger
'Twas a sound I thought alarming, most assuredly disarming;
Up I rose from peaceful slumber to discern what it might be.
While my candle flickered, wavered; whilst my heartbeat halted, quavered,
At my window I was favoured by...

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Categories: absence, assonance, feelings, miss you, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Tonight the act of naming fell through the floor.
We speak permeable solids inflect’d by light.
Things move indistinctly: a pine palette floats
momentarily from semi truck’s bed, crosses
its body with windshield; ovidian shift from a
Forest to an...

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Categories: angel, art, assonance, beauty, myth,
Form: Blank verse
Light On the Devil's Chord - the Memory
Light—I was barely even myself, but some light…
Her light—no my own enemy Himself! 
—The Lord Eternal!—
How could I let this happen to me? – 

And I could feel my hand around her tiny arm,
Anxiously awaiting...

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Categories: assonance, conflict, confusion, courage, giving, war, wisdom,
Form: Epic