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Poems about Poems II
Poems about Poems (II)

by Michael R. Burch

for Richard Moore

Shrill gulls,
how like my thoughts
you, struggling, rise
to distant bliss?
the weightless blue of skies
that are not blue
in any atmosphere,
but closest here...

You seek an air
so clear,
so rarified
the effort leaves...

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Categories: aubade, muse, poems, poetry, poets, work, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme


The Folly of Wisdom
by Michael R. Burch

She is wise in the way that children are wise,
looking at me with such knowing, grave eyes
I must bend down to her to understand.
But she only smiles, and...

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Categories: aubade, child, childhood, children, death, life, time, world,
Form: Sonnet
State of the Art II
State of the Art (II)

These are my "ars poetica" poems about the art and craft of writing poetry. 

What the Poet Sees
by Michael R. Burch

What the poet sees,
he sees as a swimmer 
watching the shoreline...

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Categories: aubade, muse, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Pablo Neruda translation: Every Day You Play
Every Day You Play
by Pablo Neruda
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Every day you play with Infinity’s rays.
Exquisite visitor, you arrive with the flowers and the water.
You are vastly more than this immaculate head I clasp...

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Categories: aubade, beauty, dog, for her, fruit, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Poems about Poets I
Poems about Poets I

The Wonder Boys
by Michael R. Burch

for Leslie Mellichamp

The stars were always there, too-bright cliches:
scintillant truths the jaded world outgrew
as baffled poets winged keyed kites—amazed,
in dream of shocks that suddenly came true ...


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Categories: aubade, inspiration, muse, poems, poetry, poets, romantic, writing,
Form: Verse

1000707 and 1006006 are having a chat
A miniscule minotaur is a mini mayhem by the way. In a catacomb place ones feet in a small bowl then look in the mirror and sing to the shaft of light beaming down from...

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Categories: aubade, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
Naked And Afraid
each of us is naked inside our clothes left as a tender rose as you suppose
an untimely gift so you get my drift in a center from the mind you got this
a tender swept deal...

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Categories: anti bullying, arabic, aubade,
Form: Free verse
a queue for the loo at nine minutes past two ok then
A queue for the loo? is it nine minutes past two?
A windmill dashing to the sea. Ice cold waters in a monticule drip. Laced with the prevalent winds and sands. But sands are not sanding...

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Categories: allah, angel, aubade, baptism, blessing,
Form: I do not know?
with breakfast on their whiskers
snuggled up to the gentle fire
under the moon and stars 
he rests his head
and nestles into
a long lingering
swig of whiskey 
that drifts his mind
on the night breeze
like the billowy puff
slowly eclipsing
the moon 
a sparkling stream...

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Categories: aubade, dog, love, nature,
Form: Free verse
Canticle: an Aubade
Michael R. Burch

Misty morning sunlight hails the dawning of new day;
dreams drift into drowsiness before they fade away.
Dew drops on the green grass echo splendors of the sun;
the silence lauds a songstress and...

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Categories: 10th grade, aubade, butterfly, morning, song, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Why Did You Brought Me Here
The days passes swiftly like a croaking lizard
 embarking upon a ceader tree whose branches 
have fallen on the ground and carried away by
Marids of waves beating upon down the depleted

And the sun with all...

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Categories: aubade, betrayal, city, corruption, courage, devotion, environment,
Form: Narrative
Are dollies and doiles akin to a painting in a suitcase question mark
Dollies, doilies and daisies are not akin to a painting in a suitcase

Turtle trumpeters. The chopping capabilities of the large carnivorous cheese plant. Their leaves dripped with blood. Why run of two live jet streams...

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Categories: art, aubade, bangla, beach, beautiful, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
These Hallowed Halls
These Hallowed Halls
by Michael R. Burch


A final stereo fades into silence
and now there is seldom a murmur
to trouble the slumber
of these ancient halls.

I stand by a window where others have watched
the passage of time, alone,

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Categories: aubade, depression, desire, first love, grief, heartbreak,
Form: Verse
Oracle of Giza
A new day perhaps, of immeasurable tin, sound of din
A hurricane noise, a thrall of riotous cuts, although thin
The blood-curdle choke of rage from before
Now purchased like plasma from the needle store
Go hump yourself, If...

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Categories: 11th grade, absence, allusion, aubade, blue, christian,
Form: Abecedarian
Unpleasant Bruises to a PG Pic

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Categories: art, aubade, word play, write,
Form: Rhyme
Aubade on the Morning After
Im half awake, and glaring at the sunrise
distant brilliance slowly eating at my dry eyes
squinted to best witness the aureate Apollo
refract off blades soaked through with dew
heaven's first blush, midsummer quiet, and coffee scent
cast clarity,...

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Categories: aubade, passionworld, universe,
Form: I do not know?
My Name is History
"My Name is History"

My name is History
I’m here to take you back in time 
To a land called Israel.
I desire to teach you a spiritual truth about two men.
I sincerely hope God will burn it...

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Categories: aubade, christian, inspiration,
Form: Name
A Portrait
The restless night had ended
abruptly. Caught between dreams and
consciousness, the town was arching towards
the sprinkled light of dawn. A perpetual regularity 
reigned over the dusty path that led wayfarers and commuters    ...

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Categories: aubade, death, humanity, life, mother, woman, work,
Form: Concrete
Atlantean PipeDream
Running this way and that, in search of some adventure new
The roads ran their course with flatirons the ruts not few
Over hill, mountain, river, valley, flood, glen and dale
To the open sea with long, sandy...

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Categories: 12th grade, 9th grade, absence, africa, aubade,
Form: Alliteration
For Me Is't Easier This Way: A Collect Of About Two or Three Poems Yestereve Dashed Off
The singularity of my voice, 
Wailing out in this dark, wild, and philistine-infested wilderness
Today; Its uniqueness alone amongst several million babbling, 
Balbutient tongues, and inked pens and platitude-riddled pages on blinking 
Computer monitory screens,
The intelligible and the inane, 

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Categories: april, arabic, art, assonance, aubade, august, baby,
Form: I do not know?
Eyes, in such a way, that some strange virture, some everlasting release
Was imparted to he. A strange bargain indeed; to resist the gods and to please
Satan in his rebellioin from all that was natural, yet...

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Categories: angel, anger, aubade, bird, chocolate, christian, cousin,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member Out of the darkness
Between grains of ancient fine sand
desert roses hidden from sight—
Colourful, exquisitely fanned.
They formed in darkness; pressure shaped.
Each perfect corolla agape
in floral whorl of sharp crescents;
fluorescent and phosphorescent.   
Against injustices they railed—
within shed...

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Categories: aubade, analogy, introspection,
Form: Sonnet
City Dream
One hot summer day,
Unable to bear the scorching heat,
I was lying on the floor
In front of the portable fan, and
I saw 
My neighbour's two year old boy
Toddling in with uncertain steps.
He had no cloths on,...

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Categories: april, art, atheist, aubade, august, autumn, baby,
Form: Free verse
See your dream
Yet know what you’re dreaming for
Achieving takes movement 
Courage takes assurance
Encouragement is a fuel for influence
Take action for what you want to strive for
Get to the bottom of it being the core
However be...

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Categories: adventure, aubade, blessing, care, career, character, courage,
Form: Concrete
Aubade for incipient lovers
Sunrise, just before the dawn                   
Bluebirds, welcome the sun,        ...

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Categories: aubade, adventure, beauty, desire, devotion, dream, love, romance,
Form: Lyric