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Premium Member People of Faith
It's hard to say where and when our town's People of Faith Cooperative started.

After all,
we have all emerged together,
and are still emerging
people of TaoGod,

Our faith includes defining our still humanizing species
as among those not capable...

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Categories: auto, culture, earth day, education, health, humor, nature,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member Old Man Crabb - Both Audio and Text
Sixty some odd years ago, when I was just a kid, our home was on the very edge of town.
The man that lived next door to us - a Mr. - O. M. Crabb -...

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Categories: auto, inspirational,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member No God Of Mine - 2021 edit
[This poem 'No God Of  Mine' was seemingly confounding readers as
to its meaning. Ordinarily, if I felt a poem wasn't  cutting it, I'd delete
it, but on this occasion, I've been asked to explain it... so here goes.]


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Categories: auto, evil, horror,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Back Door Side Door Front Door : Which door might a Confucian take
       Back Door Side Door Front Door : Which door might a Confucian take
..................for René ETIEMBLE (Jan. 26, 1909 – Jan. 7, 2002)*

In homage - dedicated to the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, books, eulogy, french, poems, son, tribute,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Just -- Trust Me - 1st HALF Text plus FULL Audio
Here's the deal, folks...
   This is, as indicated, the 2nd HALF of this fairly lengthy poem. Due to Poetry Soup's file-size limitations, this piece had to be posted in 2 parts. 

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Categories: auto, car, funny, humor,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Growing Up, La - Part 1
- - - Chapter 1: Early Days - - - 

My father was a rich man, la, *
Though schooled in poverty, (1)  
As such he seldom raised his head, 
Displayed humility.
The center of the...

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Categories: auto, life, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
	A Bluto is not that Disney dog
	It was when a mewling 
	that I would scream 
	Should they wet my body
	And then apply cream
	Ablutophobia – fear of bathing, washing, or cleaning

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© Ian Howard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, on writing and words, hair, me, pain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The ParaTOTALLYNormal
The problem with trying to prove clairaudience, clairsentince, out-of-body, and Near Death Experiences to a Mudblood is not as simple
as it could have been.
Is it because Para-science is totally unsubstantiated?
Not in MY family.
Scientifically un-sound?
Sure, by...

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Categories: auto, adventure, cute, emotions, encouraging, fantasy, feelings, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member En-trumped

There are many en-tities. Narrative psychologist speak of living and telling 
a story. Our lives should be as we en-live them and en-story them. We tell 
our tale as we see it, at the moment...

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Categories: auto, horror,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member afflictions and perspectives
foisted upon her was the merry go round crystal chandelier

it stuck in her beautiful mind like a beacon of flaming desire

of clouds fried by a cuckoo with an indestructible socket

her eyes wide upon pupils dilated...

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Categories: auto, addiction,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cruisin' the Drag
Sipping cherry limeade, driving in the car parade, 
we're cruising in the Lone Star state.
Didn't want a bucket seat; the thing it couldn't beat, 
was sitting up close to your date.
One hand on the wheel...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, car, funny, growing up, high school, me,
Form: Rhyme
I am Me, Set me Free
I am given to you by Creator Himself
My Limbs long to grow straight and tall
Bathed in sunlight from above, paying homage
Fulfilling my God given task
From the dawn of creation, in the Holy Books I’m told

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Categories: auto, cancer, creation, environment, health, inspirational, nature, planet,
Form: Ode
Premium Member No God Of Mine
Cement, sand and gravel, blood, body and soul
Eternity bred from hell's darkest hole
Combine gruesome aggregates, hydrate the mix
Mould them and dry them, then stack up the bricks.

Thought in advance and precision laboured
Set automatic, eternity savoured

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Categories: auto, halloween, horror,
Form: Rhyme
One Sunday afternoon in spring,
i was tending my garden,
trimming and watering the roses,
when he first passed by.
I remember standing up to break the ache,
and as i ran my hand across the face,
to wipe off the...

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Categories: auto, lust, sexy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Purposes of God
VIDEO/AUDIO on YouTube above. NOTE: On the video; double-click to enlarge, and/or, right-click for the drop-down menu and click on 'Loop' for auto-repeat, click settings and pick the highest level for quality viewing.
VIDEO: Lyrics in...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, creation, easter,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member When It Comes To Me
I often sit for long periods of time
hoping the perfect beginning will come to me.
To write a poem that starts with a pristine Capital
leaving readers with great expectations.

But after much torment, with not a fleck...

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Categories: auto, adventure, celebration, change, identity, passion, poetry, writing,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Preyed upon Victim
I’m sure you don’t remember me
Yet forever branded upon my memory is your evil spree
I was far from your only victim
You and your pack bullying ever so gruesome 

You first noticed me in the 7th...

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Categories: auto, bullying, character, childhood, judgement, , 7th grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member SHOULD THE LEVEE EVER BREAK, Act 1, Scene 3, part 5
Mitchell: Good sirs, my word was fair. No discrepancy stains the pages of my ledger. The fifth tier is a sub-basement beneath the cellar floor of the temple’s vestibule. Any woman who is not tagged...

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Categories: auto, allegory, society,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Bygone Days
Bygone Days
Written: By Tom Wright

Remember the slogan
 “Haskell is moving, are you pushing?

The railroad depot stands no more
In the spot it occupied for so long.
Instead in it’s space, a Homeland store,
But in my memory it...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, age, eulogy, time,
Form: Lyric
SWTOR enthusiasts strike along with signal mistake worries
Bioware custom Bill Wallace (incredible! ) offers simply set up the warm article detailing (within excellent fine detail) a few forthcoming mechanised ramifications for that Aged Republic's Heritage Program. For individuals who are not within...

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© Lea Hela  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, computer-internet, people, may, people, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Venerated paternal puissant prophet
Venerated paternal puissant prophet...

His buzzfeeding spirit jump started
and kindled eternally his uplifting karma,
thus I present genuine psalm
remembrance of things past hallelujah!

Lemme automatically shift figurative gears
and apprise thee dear reader,
when a series of irreversible unfortunate events

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Categories: auto, adventure, atheist, car, celebration, dad, death, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Consonant Like A Vow el
Consonant Like A Vow (el)

Now ma nada twirly (to early) twittering 
condolences to the esprit de corps, qua 
(just recently) late John McCain, and his 
surviving family suddenly damning original 
way word odd did see,...

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Categories: auto, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, america,
Form: Free verse
the last of the funerals
“the last of the funerals”

today “the last of the funerals”
takes place &
the killings in CT get placed on the
alongside the deaths at Columbine,
Virginia Tech...

those were the “big ones” right?

well, now, Aurora was a “big one,”...

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Categories: auto, life, high school,
Form: Free verse
Hide the Details

Everybody got a Hollywood life story
to tell
More meat on the bone
give juicier bites 
to sell
Nobody ever turns in a tarnished silver screenplay
Those warts and mistakes
get Photoshop casting couch edited away
Baby Jane rude attitude don’t make...

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Categories: auto, allegory, fun, metaphor, word play,
Form: Vogon
Premium Member Monoku Monday - July 2021
"Debby Downer edition"     posted 5 Jul 2021

the chill pill you took this morning      appears to have been a placebo

misery loves company     ...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: auto, humor,
Form: Monoku